Everything Will Be Alright in the End is the ninth studio album by American alternative rock band Weezer, released on October 7, 2014. It is Weezer's only album released by Republic Records, and the third produced by Ric Ocasek, who previously produced Weezer (1994) and Weezer (2001). Everything Will Be Alright in the End departs from the electronic pop production of Weezer's previous two albums, Raditude and Hurley, returning to a sound more reminiscent of the band's earlier albums.
The resulting album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, is a stand-out gem in Weezer s vast and varied catalogue, a reflection of a much-loved band at their very best. Organized thematically around three groups of songs, it is an album that utilizes that sound from the band s earliest days to tell new stories in 2014, creating some of the finest, most heartfelt songs Weezer has ever recorded. 2014 brings us Everything Will Be Alright In The End, an album that has been claiming to be the return to form everyone has been waiting for.
This album is the album any Weezer fan has been waiting for since the release of Pinkerton, where Hurley was a step in the right direction,This album is the album any Weezer fan has been waiting for since the release of Pinkerton, where Hurley was a step in the right direction, Everything Will Be Alright in the End is a triumphant stride. After opening the album with some static and cryptic samples playing over aEverything Will Be Alright In The End is a fantastic rock album.
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But the spirit of reconciliation is strong on Everything Will Be Alright in the End. For the first time since 2001, Weezer reunite with the Cars’ Ric Ocasek, who produced the beloved Blue and Green albums, and who helps land Everything on the same loud, bright power-pop-metal planet. And Cuomo writes effusively about his dad, a Pentecostal preacher who re-entered his life after several absent decades. The album wraps with a three-part suite filled with guitar gymnastics, angrily spat lyrics and gang vocals that feels particularly ripe for a Michael Mayer stage adaptation.
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Weezer’s latest album, on the other hand, is often insincere - or at least it began that way - but always great. For the first time since The Green Album, they retreated to their heads and set out to prove something instead of just indulging every playful genre experiment on Cuomo’s mind. All of this lends a slightly bizarre quality to Everything Will Be Alright in the End, one that becomes especially apparent after hearing more straightforward tunes like the Bethany Cosentino collaboration, Go Away.