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Cut of the day: Weezer‘s ‘Only In Dreams‘, taken from their 1994 LP ‘The Blue Album’.

The final track of their debut comes in at a whopping eight minutes and this live video clip of the track is even longer than that.

Speaking to the NME this week, front man Rivers Cuomo says that the band’s as-yet-untitled 12-track sixth album is now complete and is “darker and deeper” than their previous albums.

Whilst waiting for the new record, fans can get hold of Cuomo’s demos collection ‘Alone – The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo’.
You can hear clips from the new demos album by clicking here.

Watch Only In Dreams below here now:




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