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Weezer Cruise Inspired Everything Will Be Alright In The End
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 Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Weezer fronter Rivers Cuomo says that he was inspired to write the band's ninth studio album, Everything Will Be Alright In the End, during the band's Weezer Cruise in February. Speaking with Q magazine, Cuomo said he was touched by the enthusiasm of his fans:

"One of the most inspiring moments for this record was when we did the Weezer Cruises and we were locked up with a bunch of our fans," he began.

"It was just such a feeling of love and support and passion for the most uniquely Weezer parts of what we do."

Everything Will Be Alright In The End - produced by Ric Ocasek (the Cars) who also produced the band's self-titled debut - is due September 29.

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