''Weezer'' (also known as The Green Album) is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Weezer, released on May 15, 2001 on Geffen Records. The release is the second Weezer album to be produced by Ric Ocasek. ''Weezer'' was the band's first release without longtime bassist Matt Sharp, who had quit the band in 1998 to focus on his own band, The Rentals. Sharp was replaced with Mikey Welsh, who performs bass on this album, his only album appearance with the band. The album is also the shortest Weezer album in the band's history at 28:20 (unusually short for an LP album).
''Weezer'' (also known as The Green Album) is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Weezer, released on May 15, 2001 on Geffen Records. The release is the second Weezer album to be produced by Ric Ocasek. ''Weezer'' was the band's first release without longtime bassist Matt Sharp, who had quit the band in 1998 to focus on his own band, The Rentals. Sharp was replaced with Mikey Welsh, who performs bass on this album, his only album appearance with the band. The album is also the shortest Weezer album in the band's history at 28:20 (unusually short for an LP album).
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''Weezer'' (also known as The Green Album) is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Weezer, released on May 15, 2001 on Geffen Records. The release is the second Weezer album to be produced by Ric Ocasek. ''Weezer'' was the band's first release without longtime bassist Matt Sharp, who had quit the band in 1998 to focus on his own band, The Rentals. Sharp was replaced with Mikey Welsh, who performs bass on this album, his only album appearance with the band. The album is also the shortest Weezer album in the band's history at 28:20 (unusually short for an LP album).

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''Weezer'' (also known as The Green Album) is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Weezer, released on May 15, 2001 on Geffen Records. The release is the second Weezer album to be produced by Ric Ocasek. ''Weezer'' was the band's first release without longtime bassist Matt Sharp, who had quit the band in 1998 to focus on his own band, The Rentals. Sharp was replaced with Mikey Welsh, who performs bass on this album, his only album appearance with the band. The album is also the shortest Weezer album in the band's history at 28:20 (unusually short for an LP album).

''Weezer'' became a worldwide commercial success, charting in numerous countries. The album featured the hit singles "Hash Pipe", "Island in the Sun", and "Photograph", and was seen as a rebirth for Weezer, following a hiatus since their 1996 album, ''Pinkerton'', which was initially a commercial and critical failure. - Wikipedia