"Can't Stop Partying (feat. Lil Wayne)" as written by Jermaine Mauldin Dupri and Rivers Cuomo....
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    My OpinionLove Weezer. But clearly, this is a rap song. I like it, but I feel like I shouldn't. Maybe thats too much of my 90's era "Rap sucks, Rock forever" mentality.

    I don't know what to think of it.
    boobkinoson November 03, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI can't stop thinking this is some kind of joke....
    If this is going to be a hit, I'm sure Weezer will never be as awesomely nerdy like they were some time ago.
    WoeBoeTon November 08, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWhen I first heard this song, it was on the Not Alone album. I thought it WAS some kind of joke. But hearing the album version, it sounds like Weezer/Rivers is actually serious. They're trying to have a club hit.

    This is such a vast departure from The Red Album. There, it was like Weezer (and Rivers in particular) had finally stopped giving a damn what people thought and just did their own thing, and it made for a fantastic album. Raditude is more in line with The Green Album; it is targeted directly at the mainstream. This song is Exhibit A.

    Weezer with a club hit. I could have never even imagined that possibility before.
    fearnotofmanon November 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE LOVE LOVE Rivers!
    Sry had to get that out.. anyway this song was a
    bit suprising. Weezer/Weezy lolz. they are both amazing
    artists! I want Weezer to play my college!
    Udahoon November 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI'm not a huge Weezer fan or anything but I've always felt like Rivers' lyrics had an extremely strong back bone of irony to them, so this type of a song seems right in line with a type of song like "Troublemaker", where it's more of an ironic character or it's a bit exaggerated. That's just his extremely ironic style. That being said, I also don't get the impression that he's being SATIRICAL or mocking hip hop or anything like that, it's just so clear that these lyrics aren't really him that there has to be some sort of playful tongue-in-cheek essence about them
    JohnZumsteinon November 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentMan I really hope you guys are right about this song being ironic because if Rivers is serious this song is complete shit. It's everything I hate about pop music and to think that one of my favorite bands has sunken this low is extremely disheartening.

    At first I thought this is a joke for sure, but then again Lil Wayne is in it so I don't know what to think.

    I feel like even if it is ironic Rivers knows there will be a ton of people who take it seriously (much like what happened with the Beastie Boys' "Fight for Your Right (to Party)") so either way I've lost a ton of respect for him.
    MutedTealon February 23, 2010   Link
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    My OpinionI really do hope this is satire as well. Weezer has been my favorite band since I was five years old. And as their music progresses through the years, I've noticed that they seem to shift shape with the times. The early 90's grunge, late 90's/2000's pop rock, and now this generation's club/hip-hop/rap scene.

    I miss the way their music was around the Pinkerton era. That's just me.
    lifesizepaperdollon April 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI feel like this song is quite tragic. It's about people who think they are having the time of their lives and don't realize that they are actually hurting themselves. Once they realize this, it is too late. It makes me think of rappers who party all the time and disregard everyone who tries to help them. At least I really hope that is what this is about.
    worldsabluron May 13, 2010   Link
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    General CommentOh, you hipsters and your need for irony. Heaven forbid you actually like something.

    Regardless of whether this is ironic, I like it. It gets stuck in my head A LOT, but that's cool.
    gaialesson June 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentYou people need to have more faith in weezer. It's not glorifying the party lifestyle; it's a call for help from someone who can't stop partying. It's supposed to be sad. The music is a parody of modern party songs.

    My favorite version of this song:
    whybother737on October 30, 2010   Link

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