Weezer are playing Wembley arena


#21

call it morbid curiosity at this point


#22

yeah ill still go if only to hear a couple of oldies. ill be scowling throughout the others though


#23

aye, I mean I think it's something I'd like to grab a few beers and buddies (I sound like a Budweiser commercial) and just sorta let happen. It's probable shiteness for the majority I hope at least will be fun enough to make it to some big numbers... we'll see


#24

I've seen them a few times. Around 208-2011 was when they were doing the "whacky" stuff like above and having Pat play guitar and a different guy on the drums. But the more recent gigs, they've just came out as a four piece and played pretty much a straight forward 'greatest hits' set.


#25

Can't believe how far I had to scroll down on Spotify to find the good stuff. EIGHT albums since Green!


#26

They were great at Reading, and the crowd loved all that goofy stuff.


#27

Id saaaaay so!


#28

wouldnt take a Reading crowd enjoying something as a sign of quality tbf


#29

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/weezer/2016/manchester-academy-manchester-england-7bf0520c.html

tbf 8/21 is better than I expected


#30

They're too busy enjoying Pendulum


#31

i love blue and pinkerton... BUT... I also like the shit stuff tbh


#32

I was at that Manchester gig. It was my favourite gig of last year by some distance.


#33

I enjoyed white and ewbaite quite a lot, this new song is trash.


#34

It's about time they released an album titled

Pinkerton 2

and it was full of songs like this


#35

God damned you half Japanese girls


#36

They are charging £40 per ticket for this tour. FORTY POUNDS. That's before booking fees, as well.


#37

Hotel booked for Birmingham. Excited.


#38

That song is rubbish but it's still better than that Linkin Park one


#39

oh christ! definitel ynot going


#40

Yeah, me neither. I thought I'd be tempted for old times' sake, but not at that price.

I wonder how many they'll sell? Glasgow Academy was nowhere near full when they played there in 2005. Will they gain a nostalgia crowd this time round, or will they have lost even more fans?