Weezer

Weezer : The Complete Story of Rivers Cuomo's Musical Masterpiece

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Quirky, catchy and cool, they don't get much better than Weezer, brainchild of songwriting genius Rivers Cuomo. They landed big with their debut album and the big hits "Buddy Holly" and "The Sweater Song." Pinkerton became a cult classic. And after that they because a controversial pop rock sensation. WEEZER: THE COMPLETE STORY OF RIVERS CUOMO'S MUSICAL MASTERPIECE takes dozens of freely available Wikipedia articles and brings them together into a convenient print package that tells the entire story of Weezer, from their formation to the recording of their albums to the legacy they leave behind. Insights into their songs, how their albums came about, inner band strife and more - it has it all! For those who like the convenience of a traditional print book rather than reading on the web, WEEZER: THE COMPLETE STORY brings together the best freely available public domain and creative commons material about Weezer and assembles it into one sleek print package. Enjoy!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.13mm | 267.62g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507509618
  • 9781507509616
  • 2,356,893

About Music Masters

For those who like the convenience of a traditional print book, MUSIC MASTERS brings together the best freely available public domain and creative commons material on the Internet about your favorite musical artists and assembles them into one sleek package. We gather and format our comprehensive compendiums of free Wikipedia articles and present them in print format for your convenience, allowing you to read all about your favorite artists no matter where you are, Internet or no Internet - especially if you are book lovers like we are! These volumes are created and distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons license. This book could not have happened without the countless contributors and writers who contribute to Wikipedia on a daily basis. Thank you for your hard work!show more