Make Believe is the fifth studio album by American rock band Weezer, released on May 10, 2005 by Geffen Records. The album was considered to be a return to some of the emotionally vulnerable lyrics of Weezer's previous releases, and due to the strength of the hit single "Beverly Hills", the album was a commercial success. In addition, "Beverly Hills" also gained Weezer's first Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song
By: Make Believe (2006, Jazz). More albums from Make Believe: Shock Of Being by Make Believe. Going To The Bone Church by Make Believe. View all albums . Of Course. By: Make Believe (2006, Jazz). 1. A Song About Camping.
So why does Tim Kinsella’s voice sound so useless on Of Course, the second album from his 5th musical project, Make Believe" It could be a side-effect of 31 cold Chicago winters, or maybe the result of shouting away so much of his youth. Or maybe Kinsella’s voice is only as good as the music that backs it. Make Believe, despite containing a couple members of previous (better) Kinsella projects, just isn’t that great. Guitarist Sam Zurick (Cap’n Jazz, Owls, Joan of Arc) is definitely a good musician, but his strange style of playing weighs one’s nerves constantly.
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The Land of Make-Believe is a soundtrack with songs from the home video of the same name. It was released on CD and cassette in August 23, 2005 by Koch Records and HIT Entertainment. The Land of Make-Believe was the fourth soundtrack, to be based on a video after Barney's Big Surprise! Live on Stage, Barney's Great Adventure: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, and Barney's Colorful World! LIVE! This was also the final Barney album to be released on cassette. The Land of Make-Believe.
The Home of Andy Dee !! and all things Make Believe. Make Believe records was a Hardcore label run by Andy Dee between 2008-2012 and now due to popular demand the back Catalogue will now be uploaded here. New Track F/C CD Album. Andy Dee- Our Time- F/C Project Badass.
Sometimes an album is just awful. Make Believe is one of those albums. Weezer have been given a lot of breaks in their second era- both The Green Album and Maladroit were cut miles of slack despite consisting of little more than slightly above-average power-pop. The obvious reason for this lenience has to do with the mean age of rock critics, and the fact that most of these mid-20s scribes were at their absolute peak for bias-forming melodrama when The Blue Album and Pinkerton were released. Of course, if Ashley went on to break your heart, fellow critic, Make Believe might be just the medicine you need; put it on repeat and watch your emotional scar be obliterated as collateral damage in the torpedoing of Weezer's legacy.