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Steinhauer, The Kaiser's Master Spy

Title:                Steinhauer, The Kaiser’s Master Spy

Author:            Gustav Steiinhauer

Steinhauer, Gustav (1930), S. T. Felstead, ed. Steinhauer, The Kaiser’s Master Spy; the story as told by himself. 109 more words



I’m an unapologetic Weezer fan. I love everything they’ve done from Blue to Maladroit to Raditude to their new self-titled album, but Pinkerton is their inarguable masterpiece. 700 more words


Weezer's "Pinkerton" at 20: Stories of Admiration, Frustration, and Heartbreak

DFC and friends reflect on two decades of Weezer’s polarizing cult classic.

It’s 1994. Weezer are hot off the immense success of their excellent self-titled record, otherwise known as the  2,279 more words



Happy birthday, Pinkerton! And what luck – platinum certified just days before your twentieth? What an accomplishment! Isn’t that just dandy! Yeah! Dandy. Great. Awesome. 2,694 more words


Weezer's Pinkerton Turns 20: Is It Better Than The Blue Album?

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Art is subjective. Music and movies aren’t about competition; they’re about artistic expression. Well, for those of you who know better than to believe those lies, welcome to another installment of… 4,084 more words

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Pinkerton appreciation post

I’ve been meaning to write something about Weezer for a little while now. Specifically I’ve been meaning to type a bit about their album Pinkerton, just to try to somehow quantify some of the things about it and how it’s made me feel in the past and present, even though I know that attempting to really do that is probably futile and will probably end in disappointment. 2,341 more words