Weezer “I Want You To” The Ellen DeGeneres Show (con bonus track)

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Weezer “I Want You To” The Ellen DeGeneres Show (con bonus track)


El grupo favorito de los ñoños noventeros, WEEZER, sigue promocionando su última placa RATITUDE en programa gringo que se le cruce, esta vez fue en el show de la carismática Ellen DeGeneres, donde mostraron el primer corte promocional del disco, hablamos de (If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To.

[pro-player width=’630′ height=’390′ type=’video’]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDHN3ZI2sPU[/pro-player]

También les contamos que lo último que apareció en el universo musical es el cover de I’m a believer (The Monkees) que Weezer realizó para la banda sonora de la última entrega de la película animada Shrek, que se acaba de estrenar en los Estados Unidos.

[pro-player width=’630′ height=’390′ type=’video’]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuukHV-ZFqc&feature=player_embedded#![/pro-player]

Publicista aparentemente capacitado para la profesión.


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  2. Sarah says:

    Awesome blog! We are very environmentally coincsous but I try to keep an eye on environmental fads that have no basis in science. I prefer to use BPA-Free reusable plastic bottles. I know there are a lot of issues with the petroleum used in their manufacture, but I feel like it’s a process much better for the environment than the mining and treatment of aluminum (or any metal, for that matter). Mining a metal actually uses a lot more energy and produces more carbon emissions than mining oil, so you end up using/burning more petroleum with metal than with plastic.Also, tap water is great, but only if it doesn’t have fluoride, which is a toxic chemical. Many studies have shown that it is not good for people, especially children, to ingest. We reluctantly used Aquafina or Dasani to mix formula when my wife stopped breastfeeding, because they use reverse osmosis to purify their water of chemicals. We drink spring water from the big 3-gallon jugs but there is no purification standard for spring water so it’s not good for the baby. I think in the next 2-3 years fluoride will be the next BPA and hopefully we’ll be getting it out of the tap water, but there is a very strong lobby behind it. It’s great to hear that you are doing your part to make the tour green! Awesome!-Ben

  3. Merita says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:Middleagedplague just has a whole lot to say about bineevilg.I gave good thought to the perspectives that are shared here, and I think you should do too.Maybe everyone really is a believer, only that we probably believe in different things.I love to think for myself.I encourage you to think for yourself.What do you think?

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