Eric Gavin - Make Believe flac album
Title: Make Believe
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Make Believe is the fifth studio album by American rock band Weezer, released on May 10, 2005 by Geffen Records. The album was considered to be a return to some of the emotionally vulnerable lyrics of Weezer's previous releases, and due to the strength of the hit single "Beverly Hills", the album was a commercial success. In addition, "Beverly Hills" also gained Weezer's first Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song
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Make Believe is a breakthrough for Weezer, a bold step into the world of the two-word album title, with twelve songs running 45:15, positively epic by their standards. Make Believe kicks off with Beverly Hills, the single that revisits the dork narrator of old Weezer songs like My Name Is Jonas, ten years older but no wiser, graduating from comic books and twelve-sided dice to watching the E! channel. It’s a thunderous tune, with an awesomely terrible 1970s wah-wah solo that must have been sampled from Jeff Skunk Baxter.
Lost in my head And I can't leave Watching the rain Falling away Away from me. Days grow cold as I grow old watching my life through a window So I sit watching the rain And I can't leave. I want to feel something I want to feel air that I can breathe I'm tired of being nothing I'm tired cause I don't want to be Make believe. It happened again I freed myself From words never said This road with no end And there's no help. Lost and lonely strangers know me better then I know myself So I sit watching the rain And here I'll stay.
On Make Believe, his personality has vanished beneath layers of self-imposed universality, writing non-specific power ballads like he apprenticed with Diane Warren, and whoah-oh-ohing a whole lot in lieu of coming up with coherent or interesting thoughts. Coupled with his continued obsession with tired power chords and bland riff-rock (surprisingly not sonically boosted by producer Rick Rubin, whose post-"99 Problems" grip on relevance is now officially spent), the creative driving force behind the Weez is asleep at the wheel. So does Make Believe completely ruin not just present-day Weezer, but retroactively, any enjoyment to be had from their earlier work?
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