This category organizes all of the lists that have been featured on the Main Page of Weezerpedia as Featured Lists. There are similar pages for Weezerpedia's Featured Articles, Featured Songs Featured Images, and Featured Videos.
Current Featured List
Featured list: List of book-end tracks
This list collects all recordings that were either the first or last to feature a primary Weezer band member. Neither contributors to Weezer recordings or live shows nor producers of Weezer recordings are included in this list.
|The Blue Album was the first Weezer recording to feature Rivers Cuomo, Matt Sharp, Patrick Wilson, and Brian Bell, as it was the group's debut.||1994|
|"Jamie" was the first and last properly-released Weezer recording to feature Jason Cropper, who had already been replaced by Brian Bell when the song was released. He received writing credits on The Blue Album as well as instrumentation and vocal credits on bonus tracks from its reissue.||1994|
|Although it was technically attributed to Homie, "American Girls" was the last Weezer recording to feature Matt Sharp before he left the band. He would later be featured on the reissue of Pinkerton .||1998|
|"Velouria" was the first Weezer recording to feature Mikey Welsh.||1998|
|"Photograph" was the last Weezer recording to feature Mikey Welsh, even though its music video would feature Scott Shriner.||2001|
|Maladroit was the first Weezer recording to feature Scott Shriner, though he had already appeared in the "Photograph" music video and begun touring with the band.||2002|
Previous Featured Lists
(A list of lists!)
|List title||Note||Date featured|
||This list collects all recordings that were either the first or last to feature a primary Weezer band member. Where Is My Mind?: A Tribute to the Pixies, pictured at left, included Weezer's cover of "Velouria," the first Weezer recording to feature Mikey Welsh.||August 1, 2020|
||This list attempts to document every reference made to a person - living, dead, fictional, or real - in a Weezer lyric. Buddy Holly, pictured at left, was the namesake for Weezer's first big hit.||July 10, 2020|
||This list is an attempt to document every abbreviation used by board members on online Weezer forums.||June 27, 2020|
|| This list is an attempt to document every cover song recorded or performed live by Weezer or solo covers by past or present members of Weezer (including Rivers Cuomo). The below includes only selections from the full list.
Death to False Metal, pictured at left, features a cover of "Unbreak my Heart" by Toni Braxton.
|June 17, 2020|
Pages in category "Featured list"
The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.