Weezer's third practice
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Weezer's third practice is the first recorded work by the band.
Karl Koch, from the Weezer Recording History:
On 2/14/92 Rivers, Pat, Jason (on acoustic guitar, which he would retain untill late fall 1992), and Matt (newly arrived from Berkeley, CA), got together at T.K. rehersal studios, in West LA, and rehearsed for either 3 or 4 days straight. On the 3rd day, somebody rolled tape for a while...
Note that weezer wasn't actually named yet. On the original tape the following band names were all crammed on the label, a joke on how no one could decide on the name for the band yet. Some were old names, such as "Fuzz", but there was also such notables as "Meathead", "Outhouse", and "Hummingbird", and I know some other names being kicked around were "The Big Jones" and "This Niblet".
details in parentheses are Karl Koch's notes
- "I Can't Forget the Way" (first group recording ever)
- "Underground" (never quite 60 Wrong Sausages, never quite settled in as a =W= track)
- "2 to Tango" ("it takes two, to pack yourself a sandwich for lunch...")
- "Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me" ("thief, of silent dreams....")
- "Megaman" (partial take that breaks down, Pat vocals)
- "Colmusheen" ("cold machines...")
- "Close Your Eyes and Gimme a Kiss"
- "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here" (cut off at end - tape cut off)
- "Spiderbitch" (originally Fuzz, then 60WS, now Weezer)
- "Chasm" (heavy as hell)
- "Aint Got No Words" (originally Fuzz, then 60WS, now Weezer)
- "The Biggest Animal" (originally Fuzz, then 60WS, now Weezer)
- "Answer Man" (originally Fuzz, then 60WS, now Weezer)