Weezer ‎– Weezer

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– MFSL 1-390, Universal Music Special Markets ‎– B0016078-01
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, Special Edition, 180 gram, Gatefold

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Black vinyl MoFi version which was followed by a blue marbled version MFSL 1-480 Weezer - Weezer and then due to formulae inconsistencies resulted in a solid blue version Weezer - Weezer with no changes in artwork or matrix numbers.

Numbered limited edition, mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl in a gatefold sleeve.
℗ & © 1994 Geffen Records
Recorded and Mixed at Electric Lady Studios, NYC, August - September 1993
All Songs Pub. Designee.
Mastered at Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Sebastapol, CA on THE GAIN 2 ULTRA ANALOG SYSTEM™

Production and Mastering by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Specially Plated and Pressed on 180 grams of High Definition Vinyl • Special Static
Free - Dust Free Inner Sleeve • Heavy Duty Protective Packaging • Mastered from the
Original Master Tapes • Distributed by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc.,
under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab gratefully acknowledges and thanks these individuals and companies for their technical
support and expertise: Tim de Paravicini, Edmund Meitner, Pass Labs, EgglestonWorks, Sound Application, clearaudio,
STAX, Linn & Z-Systems,. Any sonic artifacts present are a product of the original master tape. Attempts to eliminate them
would have negatively impacted the integrity of the presentation.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 21797 13901 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 821797139014
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): MFSL1-390 A ̷2̷-̷1̷ 3 KW @ MoFi 20551.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): MFSL1-390 B2 KW @ MoFi 20520.2(3)...

Other Versions (5 of 79) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DGCD-24629 Weezer Weezer(CD, Album) DGC DGCD-24629 US 1994 Sell This Version
GED24629, GED 24629, 424 629-2 Weezer Weezer(CD, Album, RP) Geffen Records, Geffen Records, Geffen Records GED24629, GED 24629, 424 629-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
GEF 24629, DGC-24629 Weezer Weezer(LP, Album, RE) Geffen Records, DGC GEF 24629, DGC-24629 USA & Canada 2002 Sell This Version
GEC 24629 Weezer Weezer (Cass, Album) Geffen Records GEC 24629 Philippines 1994 Sell This Version
DGCD-24629 Weezer Weezer(CD, Album, Club, RE) DGC DGCD-24629 US Unknown Sell This Version


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January 25, 2019

This sounds pretty weak and lifeless for an MFSL release. Easily the weakest disc I own from the series.


May 10, 2018
Any one else notice the volume drop midway through Only in Dreams?


December 17, 2017

#017960. although the volume is rather low, the sound quality is superb and clean.


June 24, 2017
Not sure if it's because my copy is above the 30k mark but I am not very impressed at all... The top end is particular underwhelming (cymbal crashes sound like static)... A fair amount of surface noise but not enough to really distract. However, my pressing does have a nasty skip during the build-up to the climax in "Holiday". Overall, sounds kind of dull on top of the other issues. Bummer.


June 4, 2017

Mobile Fidelity Sound lab killed this one as they pretty much always do. Mind you I purchased this album quite a few years ago when this version was first released. I would have to say out of my entire record collection, that even though this is not my favorite album (it's one of them), that it is most certainly one of the, if not the best sounding album in my collection, and I buy a lot of vinyl reprints.


April 27, 2017

Just wanted to add that there aren't any real problems with volume on my new copy. Certainly not the loudest LP I've heard, but no cause for complaint.


August 9, 2016
I got 29,517; must be a high print run...anyway this sounds fantastic. I've owned about 5 different copies of this album since it was released when I was a teenager. Hope it'll be the last copy too.


July 14, 2016
Just bought a copy, #029565. At least it's under 30k haha. Very satisfied with my purchase, the price I paid was very reasonable too.


June 17, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
First of all, like someone else here mentioned, the volume/output is WAAAY too low and sounds way too tame. Even after cranking the volume, it's still barely sufficient IMO. Sonically, there are definitely things I do like, I think overall, they did a fantastic job on the mastering, etc.. very full, nice low end, decent separation, acoustic guitars sound stellar, just enough clarity, although, it could stand to be a tad more generous on the top end which would've helped give it a more open sound but all in all, it sounds great, very natural for the most part, not amazing but really good.

As far as surface noise, my copy unfortunately has some minor ticking/popping throughout which for the most part is cancelled out by the music, but in the quieter passages i.e. "Say It Isn't So" and in between songs, it's very present(ugh) again, not horrendously noisy but for a pressing that supposed to be "audiophile" quality and for the money I spent, I'd expect that to NOT exist at all like most of my Music Matters pressings. But again, I suppose I can live with it since I don't hear it at all times.

And yes, like it's been mentioned, the best thing about the pressing is indeed the packaging. The cover itself is top notch and super sturdy as usual. I've never had an OG pressing so I can't compare it to this one, but looking really closely at the image on the cover, it doesn't look as sharp and clear as it should be, but again, I don't know if the OG press is the same. I just know that most reissues these days really fall short when it comes to the artwork being blurry and the colors being off. But having said that, I've definitely seen a lot worse. All in all and for the money I spent, it's not bad and for the most part, it's an enjoyable listen but could definitely be better IMO. I feel that MOFI in my experience, has always and continues to be kind of hit and miss but when you find the right one, it will be worth the money you spend. For now, I'll probably keep this one but seek out an OG UK press for the superior listening experience based off of what I've heard about those pressings but again, I think for a lot of people, this MOFI pressing will most likely suffice.


April 16, 2016
Quick question: does it say "Original Master Recording" on the shrink wrap or on the actual cover art? Thanks in advance!