By rights Weezer shouldn't even exist any more; after all their leader Rivers Cuomo's original plan was just to make one album to get him through his college years. As luck would have it, however, their self-titled debut was a massive hit, largely on the back of the insanely catchy single Buddy Holly. Now on album number three Weezer haven't exactly developed much since then, still peddling a kind of geeky high-school pop that mixes Beach Boys harmonies with quirky, humourous lyrics. For the most part it's enjoyable stuff, but if Weezer are to stay going much longer they need to give their tired old formula a bit of a makeover.