Weezer

The covers of Temple of the Dog, In Utero, the Blue album and Nautical Disaster

Over the last thirty years, the Fulcrum has reviewed a number of albums that eventually became career-defining and altering records for artists. This feature is the first part of a series that will look back on Fulcrum reviews of albums that changed the music industry and helped define an entire era

Weezer (2016), or The White Album, picks up where Everything Will Be Alright in the End left off, and continues to build upon the progress by delivering one of the most consistently strong records in the band’s massive discography. Opening with a trio of instantly classic, alt-rock anthems, the LP immediately exemplifies all of Weezer’s strengths, both reassuring long-time fans and creating new ones.