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Weezer - Make Believe Album
Performer: Weezer
Title: Make Believe
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
Year 2005
Country Indonesia
Label Geffen Records
Catalog Number 0602498817179
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 752
MP3 size: 2252 mb
FLAC size: 2185 mb
WMA size: 2626 mb
Record From: CD, Album, Enhanced

Weezer - Make Believe Album


1Freak Me Out3:26
2We Are All On Drugs3:35
3This Is Such A Pity3:24
5Haunt You Every Day4:39
6The Damage In Your Heart
Violin – Akiko Tarumoto
7Pardon Me4:15
8Hold Me4:22
9Perfect Situation4:15
10My Best Friend2:47
11Beverly Hills
Backing Vocals – Stephanie Eitel
12The Other Way
Mixed By – Alan MoulderSaxophone – Jason Freese


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B0004617-12Weezer Make Believe ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Dig)Geffen RecordsB0004617-12US2005
STARCD 6945 172Weezer Make Believe ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Geffen RecordsSTARCD 6945 172South Africa2005
B000461712Weezer Make Believe ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Dig)Geffen RecordsB000461712Canada2005
MFSL 1-395Weezer Make Believe ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, 180)Mobile Fidelity Sound LabMFSL 1-395US2013
0602498817179Weezer Make Believe ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Geffen Records0602498817179Hong Kong2005


  • Artwork [Illustrations]Carson Ellis
  • Design, Art DirectionFrancesca Restrepo
  • Engineer [Additional Pro Tools Engineering]Ryan Williams
  • Engineer [Additional]Andrew Alakiel, Claudius Mittendorfer, Dan Leffeler, George Gumbs, Jeremy MacKenzie, Kevin Mills
  • Mastered ByVlado Meller
  • Mixed ByJosh Abraham (tracks: 3, 7, 9, 11), Neal Avron (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 12), Rich Costey (tracks: 1, 6, 8)
  • PerformerBrian Bell, Pat Wilson, Rivers Cuomo, Scott Shriner
  • Photography BySean Murphy
  • Photography By [Studio Photograph]Karl Koch
  • ProducerRick Rubin
  • Producer [Additional]Chad Bamford, Weezer
  • Recorded ByChad Bamford, Jim Scott
  • SongwriterRivers Cuomo


Manufactured and Printed in Indonesia


  • Barcode: 06 02498 81717 9


  • Record Company – Geffen Records



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. Album 2005 12 Songs. Make Believe. Rock Believe is Weezers fifth studio album, released on May 10, 2005. The album arrived three years after the band's previous album, Maladroit. s Stephen Thomas Erlewine described the song as a return to musical, emotional bloodletting, adding It may be a spiritual cousin to Pinkerton, yet it's far removed from the raw, nervy immediacy of that album. The album was a commercial success, with Beverly Hills and Perfect Situation ranking as among the band's most popular singles to. Weezer - Make Believe full album HQ. Mariano Quevedo. Отказаться от подписки на канал Mariano Quevedo Нет. Отказаться от подписки. Rivers Cuomo. UMG от лица компании Geffen UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Smith Music и другие авторские общества 11. We Are All On Drugs. Weezer - Make Believe 2005. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock Indie Rock Powerpop. Songs in album Weezer - Make Believe 2005. Weezer - Beverly Hills. Weezer - Perfect Situation. Weezer - This Is Such A Pity. Weezer - Hold Me. Weezer - Peace. Weezer - We Are All On Drugs. Make Believe is Weezers fifth studio album. After nearly two years of composing and recording demos, official recording finally began in December 2003. However, the album was not released until May 10, 2005, exactly eleven years after their original self-titled album was released. Stylistically, Make Believe is quite different from prior albums. The songs showcase a much more personal side from the harsher Maladroit and the Green Album. This personal side reflects sophomore album Pinkertons main pull, leading many critics to consider Make Believe a more polished version of Pinkerton. As a Rolling Stone cover story on newsstands the week before the release of Make Believe made clear, Weezer leader Rivers Cuomo is an odd, ornery sort. He's a genuine rock & roll maverick, at once attracted and repelled by his star status, disappearing for long stretches at a time, often to return to college. He writes and records far more songs than whatever winds up on a final Weezer record, which are often whittled down to just 30 or 40 minutes, leaving untold numbers of songs in the vaults. Every song on Make Believe follows a very strict formula. Don't let happy verses enter any song. It'll ruin the effect of the album in general. There are 2 saving graces in the album that make it bearable. 1 is the apology we fans deserve, Pardon Me. Pardon Me does follow the strict code of ethics I mentioned earlier, but it does have the gift of melody. It starts off nice and soft, but it's crisp vocals, a welcome change, make the song actually very good. It is piano driven in the verses, which makes you believe the emo self depreciating lyrics this time. It has an easy solo, but it's gentle and not at all terrible. Also in the chorus, instead of busting down your ears, it slowly grows