Island In The Sun
"Island in the Sun" is the second single from the band's 2001 self-titled album Weezer. It was originally not supposed to be on the album at all, but producer Ric Ocasek fought for its inclusion.
Across The Sea
"Across the Sea" is the fifth track on Pinkerton. It's known to be one of the most emotionally charged songs ever released by the band.
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here
"The World Has Turned and Left Me Here" is the third track on The Blue Album. The track had not been performed live by the band since the Pinkerton Tour until it was resurrected to be played as a part of the Memories tour.
Undone - The Sweater Song
"Undone - The Sweater Song" is the first single ever released by Weezer. It was the fifth track and first single from Weezer (The Blue Album).
My Name Is Jonas
"My Name is Jonas" was inspired by Rivers Cuomo's brother, who was having insurance problems after a car crash. According to Cuomo, the song "explains how The Plan is reaming us all, especially my brother."
The Good Life
"The Good Life" was released on October 29, 1996 as the second single from their second studio album, Pinkerton, as well as an EP in Australia.
"El Scorcho" is the first single from the band's second album Pinkerton, released in 1996. The name of the song was supposed to have come from a packet of hot sauce from Del Taco, labeled "Del Scorcho".
Only In Dreams
At slightly over eight minutes, "Only in Dreams" is to date Weezer's longest song. It is most noteworthy for its three-minute crescendo of the two guitars, bass, and drums.
"Buddy Holly" was released as the second single from the band's debut album Weezer (The Blue Album) in 1994. It was released on what would have been Buddy Holly's 58th birthday.
Say It Ain't So
"Say It Ain't So" was released as the third and final single from the band's self-titled 1994 debut album. The song was written by frontman Rivers Cuomo about an incident he had in high school.