Everything Will Be Alright In The End (studio album) by Weezer

Everything Will Be Alright In The End by Weezer
Year: 2014
Release date: 2014-10-07
Overall rank: 1,551st   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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74/100 (from 326 votes)
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Award Top albums of the 2010s (246th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,551st)
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Weezer bestography

Everything Will Be Alright In The End is ranked 5th best out of 23 albums by Weezer on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Weezer is Weezer (The Blue Album) which is ranked number 69 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 21,144.

Weezer album bestography « Higher ranked (1,543rd) This album (1,551st) Lower ranked (2,447th) »
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From 05/19/2021 18:46
Voltando aos trilhos, mas ainda tentando ser grandiosos demais.
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From 01/26/2021 03:04
This is your regular reminder that this is a fantastic record and should be top 20 of the year
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From 11/13/2020 01:04
One of their best records.
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On EVerything Will Be Alright In The End, Weezer finally decided that it was time to return to a more rock-oriented sound, resulting in an album closer to their early material than most albums released after Maladroit. It's a record filled with nostalgia and self-referential lyrics (with lead single "Back to the Shack" functioning as Rivers Cuomo's official letter of apology to the fans). Loud guitars and heavy drums take centre stage, together with the sorely missed harmonies. There are elements harking back to Blue here, such as the guitar solos and the surf rock influences.
What we have here is a rocking record, the most consistent and guitar-driven Weezer has released in the 2010s, along with 2016s' White. There's a lesser emphasis on catchy choruses and a bigger emphasis on the rock sound, resulting in an LP with a bunch of really good tracks ("Back to the Shack", "Cleopatra", "I've Had It Up To Here", "Da Vinci") and a couple of perfectly suitable, if forgettable ones (such as the trilogy of filler songs at the end). The string of songs from "I've Had It Up To Here" to "Foolish Father" is the most consistent the band has been since their debut.
The great thing about the album is that it stays consistent in terms of sound while still offering enough variation to stay interesting. It's noisy but melodic; it's simple and catchy and, above all, it proves Weezer still has the ability to churn catchy singles and please the crowds. It's a return to great instrumentation, strong choruses and fierce energy. The White Album perfected this newfound youthful energy, but after that Weezer has once again turned their attention to a softer sound, which doesn't quite match this greatness.
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From 03/22/2019 15:25
Stunning return to peak form. I love the production and the songs keep hitting it out of the park one after the next.
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From 01/28/2019 21:29
The comeback to end all comebacks. As much as I appreciate 2000's Weezer, it wasn't what you think of when someone says Weezer, they tried new things, a lot of which I love, some of which makes me really sad. So to see this return to form after the worrying last 2 weezer albums, makes me incredibly happy. The self aware commentary on the album is so refreshing to hear from the band, and the songs themselves rivals the catchy-ness of Buddy Holly
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From 03/02/2018 04:51
People tend to credit the white album, but to me this is really the great weezer come back, that really only lasted two albums, thanks to pacific daydream, but still it was fun while it lasted.
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From 09/30/2017 18:33
Weezer's third best in my opinion, after Blue and Pinkerton, there is a lot to love about this album. Catchy hooks, lyrics that alternate between apologetic, fun, and heartbreaking, and blistering dueling guitar solos. The only weak spot (for me) is Da Vinci, and even that is an enjoyable song.

Best Tracks: Foolish Father, Back to the Shack, Eulogy For a Rock Band, The Futurescope Trilogy
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From 03/06/2017 17:05
Favorite Tracks: Go Away, Cleopatra & Foolish Father
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From 02/05/2017 18:23
The Futurescope Trilogy is some of the band's best work throughout their entire career.
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