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An introduction to a rapper with a unique ability to rap circles around his competition and write chart-friendly choruses.
An introduction to a peerless catalog of sonically inventive and chart-busting tunes.
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Loaded with geeky humour and gigantic guitar riffs, the best Weezer songs are among the most formidable and colorful in alternative rock.