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Essential Listening: Weezer – Pinkerton (For the Strathclyde Telegraph)

Got the chance to write a rare classic review for the lovely folks at the Strathclyde Telegraph. Would like to make this a monthly feature from this point on, so send me some requests for potential classics to cover!  556 more words

Other Published Work

Weezer Pinkerton

1994 saw the release Weezers self-titled debut album commonly known as “The Blue Album” and on the back of this Weezer became international superstars with songs like “Buddy Holly” and “Say it Ain’t So” reaching 12 and 37 respectively in the UK charts the album got to number 23 on the UK charts. 750 more words


Top 5ive 90s Albums: Matt

I am not a fan of 90s music (which I have written about at Christ and Pop Culture) but these 5 albums from that horrid decade of musical emptiness are the ones I return to over and over again. 1,190 more words

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Houston Security Professional Helps Develop Security Partnerships

Keeping your business’s assets and intellectual property safe from those who would use them for themselves is important for success in the business world as well as for helping your employees work efficiently to create the next level of your business’s product or service. 336 more words


Past midnight break

Hey folks, it’s past 3 am in the morning and again, I think that this time is the time of all things beautiful and creative.My mind is never as active as in this early morning hours, too bad our daily routines throughout the year sometimes makes me miss all what comes to life at night. 493 more words


Ruminations on a Weezer Show

In our coverage of Project Pabst last week, we included a brief review of Weezer’s set in our recap of the festival.  However, I wanted to take some time to discuss the ambivalence that I felt as the time for their headlining set approached.   852 more words


Weezer's "Pinkerton" review: a singular music experience

Weezer was on top of the world after the release of their 1994 self-titled debut, a fun power-pop album and a timeless masterpiece. It’s one of those albums that does not age. 535 more words