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Weezer: Video Capture Device - Treasures from the Vault 1991-2002 (Video 2004) Poster

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"Lullaby for Wayne" was cut from "The Blue Album" because it sounded too much like "Surf Wax America."
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Director Mark Romanek almost walked away from the production of "El Scorcho". His treatment was rejected by Rivers Cuomo in favor of one by Spike Jonze. Further problems arose when Cuomo demanded more screen time than the rest of the band, almost leading to Weezer breaking up. But Romanek decided to stick with it, although he states the video is "not what he intended".
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The "Say it Ain't So" video was filmed at 2226 Amherst Avenue in Los Angeles. Where the band lived, practiced and recorded in their earlier years. The house can be seen in the liner notes of their first album "Weezer (The Blue Album)" and the song "In the Garage" is slightly inspired by the house.
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The chapters "Saction" and "Weezer goes to Van Nuys: The Making of Pinkerton" include snippets of the never-before-heard demo "Superfriend." A song the band's rabid fans long to hear a completed version of.
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Brief snippets of unheard, unreleased songs "No Way" and "No More Confusin" can be heard during the "Stoopid Fresh" chapter.
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