She thinks he’s a crooks and he thinks she’s a crook. And a round and round it goes!
Miranda Hunt has followed in the footsteps of her father despite her father’s disapproval. 380 more words
The closing song from Weezer’s now-classic 1996 album “Pinkerton.” This is the song that brings the entire album into perspective, because the title of the album comes from the name of the character in Giacomo Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly” (BF Pinkerton) who seduces and abandons the tragic heroine of the famous opera. 178 more words
“El Scorcho” was the lead-off single for Weezer’s 1996 “Pinkerton” album, the follow-up to their very successful self-titled debut album from 1994.
The story behind “Pinkerton” is now legendary, but here’s the Cliff Notes version: lead singer Rivers Cuomo was having extremely mixed feelings about the success of his band, eschewing further band work to enroll as a Harvard undergrad in the interim. 483 more words