Raditude seems to take on a rather juvenile tone right from the beginning with songs about going to clubs, partying, and hanging out at the mall.
While Weezer loyalists may feel a bit disappointed by the album’s rather pop-like feel, there is still some meat left on this album. “I’m Your Daddy,” despite its weird name, has the hard guitar riff that rock fans will be searching for, while “Love Is The Answer” makes it seem like Weezer joined The Beatles on their 1968 trip to India.
Though it’s a far cry from their Blue Album and Pinkerton days, this album is definitely worth a listen, with just enough of a rock/pop mixture to keep even the most casual fan interested.
Trial Track: “(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To”