UnDebate:Who has the better 'Blue Album'?

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Background information[edit]

In 1994, pop-rock band Weezer released their first studio album, Weezer, which would later be known among fans as just The Blue Album. This album skyrocketed Weezer to Number 1 and cemented their place as one of the greatest bands of all time. However, years prior in 1973, EMI Studios released a compliation album of Beatles songs titled The Beatles: 1967-1970, which would also later be known among these older fans as The Blue Album.

Rivers Cuomo may not be John Lennon or Paul McCartney, but both Blue Albums include some of both bands' best material, henceforth the question; which band has the better Blue Album?

Track listing[edit]



"My Name Is Not of Your Concern", "No One Rapes", "The World Has Turned And Killed Me Here", "Buddy Holly Does Not Look Like Me", "UnDone - The Uncyclopedia Is Done Song", "Surf Board Wax", "Say It Wasn't Me", "In The Bathroom", "Public Holiday" and "Only In Wet Dreams".

Despite having 18 less songs on the album, the Weezer Blue Album still stands its ground aganist The Beatles. "Buddy Holly" was such a hit that Microsoft even bundled it in with Windows 95. Weezers' Blue Album is still considered as one of their best albums, along with Pinkerton, with all ten tracks on that album are among most Weezer fans all time favourite Weezer songs.



"Strawberry Fields Never", "Dollar Street", "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Klub", "With a Little Help From My Mates", "Frank with a Banana in India", "A Week till Death", "All You Need Is Hate", "I Am the Walrus", "Hello, Give Me Your Money", "The Fool on the Steep Hill (And He Just Fell)", "Magical Weed Tour", "Mr Madonna", "Hey Dude, Where's My Car?", "Revolution 69", "Back in the U.S.S.R.", "While My Guitair Gently Cries For Help", "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, I'm Way Too Stoned", "Give Back My Playstation 5", "Don't Let Me Die", "The Ballad of How Yoko Pegged John", "Old Brown Cum Sock", "Here Comes the Sun (All Over My Face)", "Come Together (On My Face)", "Nothing", "Octopus's Garden Party", "Let It Go Mr Bean", "Across the Interstate" and "The Long and Hard Road".

The 28 songs are broken down to two discs, with 14 per side. All 28 are also cherry-picked from the Beatles original albums, with the ones chosen that are the best of the best and/or fans favourite Beatles songs.

Album cover[edit]



The album cover to Weezer, is a solid blue background with all four members standing in front of it. It is because of the blue backdrop that Weezer fans nicknamed it the "Blue Album", as well as later Weezer albums Weezer and Weezer being called Green and Red, respectively. The album cover is also the only Weezer cover to show Matt Sharp's face, as he wouldn't show his face for another 20 years, after it was bashed in by a Netflix employee while he was working at Blockbuster in 1996 for not renting from the soon-to-be streaming giant.



The cover art to The Beatles: 1967-1970 is a parody of The Beatles 1963 debut album, Please Please Me, but instead of looking like their young moptop wearing selfs; John, Paul, George and Ringo are now looking like their Abbey Road selves, most notably John, who looks like the love child of Jesus and a homeless guy.


So, who does have the better 'Blue Album'? Is it Weezer? Or is it the "most popular band in the world", The Beatles? As a major fan of both bands, to the extent to that of a K-pop stan on Twitter, this is a really tough choice to make. So, after much thought and deduction, I have came to the conclusion that the best 'Blue' album is in fact Joni Mitchells' Blue that was released in 1971.