April 7, 2020
In this two-for-one episode, Weezee and Slammy try their first episode via ZOOM meeting, as the Coronavirus becomes more and more present in everyone's lives (recorded 3/29/20). In this ep, the two discuss Weezer's Hurley AND Death To False Metal.
Released just about two months apart, Hurley was Weezer's eighth studio release and DTFM was intended as a collection of B-sides and demos--but Rivers Cuomo himself deemed "Weezer's 9th studio album". Whatever the case, they both have their merits, and make for an interesting juxtaposition for a couple of albums by the same band released so close together.
March 31, 2020
In this week's uncharacteristically straightforward episode, Weezee and Slammy B discuss Raditude--another criminally underrated Weezer offering. Make sure to listen through (or skip to) the end where you can learn how to make Weezee take several pies to the face. With toppings of your choice!
March 24, 2020
In this episode--releasing on Weezee's birthday--the boys talk about what might be Weezer's most experimental album: their "Red Album".
This has to be Weezer's most eclectic mix of tunes up to this point--as ALL band members get songwriting credits on at least one song AND they all take lead vocal duties for those songs. Produced in three sections--each with a different producer--this might prove to be Weezer's strangest album, but it might also push their boundaries more than any effort before or after.
March 18, 2020
A little late, but on St. Patrick's Day, our heroes decided to record a Power Hour episode to highlight the Foo Fighters' strongest 60 tunes (taken evenly from each album). The only proper way to listen to this episode is to take part yourself. So, grab five-to-eight beers, listen for the countdown, and enjoy!
The Power Hour begins at approximately the 4-minute mark of the episode.
March 17, 2020
In today's episode, our heroes are talking Weezer's "Make Believe"--the highest-charting album of their career--reaching #2 on the Billboard charts on the strength of "Beverly Hills".
In addition to the album, Weezee and Slammy talk about their most rockin' weekend in recent memory, and they call Slam's dad and he is NOT pleased!
March 10, 2020
In this episode, Weezee's sister joins the conversation to discuss the final Weezer album she ever purchased: Maladroit. The discussion over what Weezee calls "the forgotten Weezer album" is a lot like Maladroit itself: sometimes half-baked--but REALLY hot stuff when it gets going. Enjoy!
March 3, 2020
In this week's episode, Weezee and Slammy discuss Weezer's Green Album--which Weezee claimed as his favorite Weezer album for YEARS. Does he still feel the same way? Do you think he's crazy? Find out in this episode--along with a bunch of cool tidbits about how Rivers went a little bit AWOL and bass player Matt Sharp went a LOT AWOL post-Pinkerton.
February 25, 2020
Weezee and Slam-Jam kick off a new discography today with The Fair Weathered's David Turner Smith as co-host. They're talking Weezer's classic self-titled debut. The boys touch on Pinkerton briefly as well--but for a closer look at Pinkerton be sure to check out this episode, as well.
February 18, 2020
Slammy and Weezee wrap up their Foo Fighters discography with the band's most recent release (at the time of recording): Concrete and Gold. Also, the two are visited by time travelers from Earth-time future, but from "podcast past"...
February 11, 2020
In an episode recorded on National Irish Coffee day, Weezee and Slammy take down...SEVERAL...Irish coffees whilst discussing Foo Fighters' eighth release: Sonic Highways. The two generally find common ground in their opinions on this one--but YOU can be sure to expect the unexpected as our heroes are mysteriously sent through a time travel portal on two separate occasions!