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- Posted on Oct 12th 2010 1:00PM by John D. Luerssen
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In addition to a cover of Toni Braxton's R&B staple 'Un-Break My Heart,' the Weezer camp is cleaning out its closet with titles like 'Turn Up the Radio,' 'Blowin' My Stack,' 'I'm a Robot' and 'Odd Couple' slated for the project.
The 10-track disc, which was initially titled 'Odds and Ends' when Cuomo first spoke of it during a 2008 visit to L.A.'s KROQ, features material dating back to the early '90s. Cuomo spoke collectively of these unreleased tracks as "great songs" and "great recordings" that never made the final track sequences of Weezer discs.
As previously announced, the band's deluxe reissue of 1996's 'Pinkerton' comes in tandem with its 'Blinkerton' dates when it hits shelves on Nov. 22. As for rarities, many Weezer fans already know that Cuomo still has an arsenal of material that remains available. Between January of 1999 and June of 2002, he wrote a staggering 384 songs, including a number of tracks such as 'Mad Kow,' 'Mansion of Cardboard' and 'Buttafuoco,' which were recorded during US tour stops in 2002.
The track list to 'Death to False Metal' is:
1. 'Turning Up the Radio'
2. 'I Don't Want Your Loving'
3. 'Blowin' My Stack'
4. 'Losing My Mind'
6. 'I'm a Robot'
8. 'Odd Couple'
10. 'Un-Break My Heart'