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Death To False Metal

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Download links and information about Death To False Metal by Weezer. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Punk, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:05:34 minutes.

Artist: Weezer
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Punk, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:05:34
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Turning Up The Radio (Album Version) 3:37
2. I Don't Want Your Loving (Album Version) 3:03
3. Blowin' My Stack (Album Version) 3:44
4. Losing My Mind (Album Version) 4:02
5. Everyone (Album Version) 2:49
6. I'm A Robot (Album Version) 2:31
7. Trampoline (Album Version) 2:45
8. Odd Couple (Album Version) 3:08
9. Autopilot (Album Version) 2:57
10. Unbreak My Heart (Album Version) 4:11
11. Turning Up The Radio (Album Version) 3:37
12. I Don't Want Your Loving (Album Version) 3:03
13. Blowin' My Stack (Album Version) 3:44
14. Losing My Mind (Album Version) 4:02
15. Everyone (Album Version) 2:49
16. I'm A Robot (Album Version) 2:31
17. Trampoline (Album Version) 2:45
18. Odd Couple (Album Version) 3:08
19. Autopilot (Album Version) 2:57
20. Unbreak My Heart (Album Version) 4:11

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Death to False Metal is a collection of unreleased songs from the band’s fifteen-year career on a major label. How songs as catchy as “Turning Up the Radio,” “I Don’t Want Your Loving” and “Blowin’ My Stack” ever landed on the cutting room floor is a question worth asking. This is hardly an album of inferior outtakes, but more like a lost album coming to light. “Losing My Mind” is a campfire tune where the singer’s life is going down the drain. “Everyone” cranks it up towards the metal end of the spectrum, while “I’m a Robot” bops along with a sprightly and aggressive Ben Folds Five-type bounce and lyrics that once again trend darker than the day. “Trampoline” features the Weezer wall of guitar and some great harmonies. “Odd Couple” and “Autopilot” crunch with new-wave guitar drives and more lyrics that find Rivers Cuomo going off the deep end. Diane Warren’s “Unbreak My Heart” (a hit for Toni Braxton) is given the Weezer once-over and turned into another punk-pop hit.