Limited edition snowy white marbled 180-gram vinyl; includes 12×12 insert. After abandoning plans for a rock opera, Weezer released their second studio album, Pinkerton. To better capture their live sound, the band produced Pinkerton themselves, creating a darker, more abrasive album than their 1994 self-titled debut. Cuomo’s lyrics express disillusionment with the rock lifestyle; the album is named after the character BF Pinkerton from the opera, Madama Butterfly.
Recorded September 1995, January 1996 and June 1996 at Sound City, Los Angeles; Fort Apache Studios, Boston; Hollywood Sound Recorders, Los Angeles; Rumbo Recorders, Canoga Park; Electric Lady Studios, NYC.
Mixed at Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC.
Cover art: “Kambara: Night Snow” by Hiroshige used by kind permission of The Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester © 1996 The Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester.
℗ 2010 © 2016 Geffen Records.
Distributed by Universal Music Distribution.
Spine is printed “B0025153-01 weezer pinkerton”
Includes insert containing artwork, photographs, and credits.
Limited to 2500 copies worldwide.
|A1||Tired Of Sex||3:01|
|A3||No Other One||3:01|
|A5||Across The Sea||4:34|
|B6||The Good Life||4:16|
|B9||Falling For You||3:48|