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Weezer Unveils Reissue, DVD Details
Weezer has nailed down details for an expanded reissue of its self-titled 1994 “Blue Album” and the retrospective DVD “Video Capture Device.” Both items will arrive March 23 via Geffen. The CD’s first disc will sport the original 10-track album, while a second disc, “Dusty Gems and Raw Nuggets,” collects 14 rare cuts.
Among them are the B-sides “Mykel and Carli,” “Susanne” and “My Evaline,” live versions of “My Name Is Jonas,” “Surfwax America,” “Jamie” (acoustic) and “No One Else” (acoustic), previously unreleased “kitchen” recordings of “Paperface” and “Only in Dreams,” pre-production versions of “Lullaby for Wayne” and “I Swear It’s True” and the original album mix of “Say It Ain’t So.”
The Ric Ocasek-produced “Blue Album” peaked at No. 16 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 2.8 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. It spawned the rock airplay hits “Undone (“The Sweater Song”),” “Buddy Holly” and “Say It Ain’t So.”
“Video Capture Device” is loaded with 13 music videos, including the director’s cut of “El Scorcho,” a home-made clip for “Pink Triangle” and a self-described “indie-style low budget” clip for “Slob.” Also featured are live versions of “Jamie” and “In the Garage,” footage from the making of the “Blue Album” and the group’s spring 1995 tour and “Say It Ain’t So” live from “The Late Show With David Letterman.”
Weezer’s official Web site reports that the DVD will also boast “a selection of five ‘Raw Nuggets’ from 1991-2002, generally rougher footage, but still of very cool events, plus a selection of the TV ads crafted over the years to promote the release of the band’s albums. There will be optional band commentary on all the music videos and on about half of the ‘Documentary’ and ‘Raw Nuggets’ pieces.”
As previously reported, Weezer is working on its fifth studio album with producer Rick Rubin.