Taking the listener bit by bit through parts of frontman Rivers Cuomo's every day, OK Human is a Technicolor symphonic spree that meditates on how over-and-under-connected we all are, particularly in a year where we can see each other with greater ease, but can't be physically near each other at all. 

OK Human is also packed to the brim with some of the best, most personal songs Cuomo has written in the last decade, all of which shine brighter and bolder with splashes of string and horn arrangements courtesy of album producer Jake Sinclair and arranger Rob Mathes.  It’s hard to imagine any other band who came up in the alt haze of the 90s creating a simply perfect orchestral pop album, but that is exactly what Weezer's done; OK Human is a testament to the excellent, enduring melodies Cuomo has written since Weezer's inception, and the ones he continues to write today.


Clear vinyl with various random splattered colours; "Control Room Chaos Splatter"

Indie Exclusive version

Manufactured in France.


A1. All My Favorite Songs 3:23
A2. Aloo Gobi 3:04
A3. Grapes of Wrath 2:51
A4. Numbers 3:21
A5. Playing My Piano 2:36
A6. Mirror Image 1:17
B1. Screens 2:12
B2. Bird With A Broken Wing 3:51
B3. Dead Roses 2:17
B4. Everything Happens For a Reason 0:24
B5. Here Comes The Rain 2:27
B6. La Brea Tar Pits 2:50


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