Weezer’s untitled third album, nicknamed The Green Album, is a lot more subdued than the earlier stuff. After a five-year hiatus, the quartet offers a seemingly better album than Pinkerton. However, it doesn’t reach the same heights of their debut, with the unforgettable singles "Come Undone (The Sweater Song)" and "Buddy Holly." The Green Album, produced by The Cars’ Ric Ocasek, is not your average LP, with less than a half-hour’s worth of music. Before you know it, you’ve heard the whole thing! The first single, "Hash Pipe," has hit Billboard’s modern rock top 10, and the latest single, "Island in the Sun," is at No. 11 on the charts. My favorites are "Photograph" and "Knock Down Drag Out." Reaching back to their roots, Weezer’s album is more guitar-driven and spans musical styles from surf to good ol’ rock.