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227's YouTube "Chili"-Pork and Beans (song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "Pork and Beans" Single by Weezer from the album Weezer Released June 16, 2008 Format CD, Vinyl Recorded 2008 Genre Alternative rock Length 3:09 Label Geffen Producer Jacknife Lee Weezer singles chronology "This Is Such a Pity" (2006) "Pork and Beans" (2008) "Troublemaker" (2008) "Pork and Beans" is a song from alternative rock band Weezer's 2008 album, Weezer. It was released in digital form on April 24, 2008. The track debuted at #19 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart, and would go on to spend eleven weeks at #1. The song was written by Rivers Cuomo as a reaction to a meeting with Geffen executives where the band was told they needed to record more commercial material. Cuomo remarked, "I came out of it pretty angry. But ironically, it inspired me to write another song." Jacknife Lee produced the track with the band in early 2008. A music video of the song, which incorporated many YouTube celebrities and memes with the band, was premiered first on YouTube and was one of the most popular videos in the weeks following its release. The video won a Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video in the 51st Grammy Awards. The song was featured in the trailer for Yes Man. Contents [hide] 1 Reception 2 Music video 3 Personnel 4 References 5 External links  Reception The song has been generally well received by critics and fans alike. Many reviewers were pleased with what they saw as a return-to-form to the sound of the group's earlier power pop sound, which was present on The Blue Album and Pinkerton. Pitchfork Media writer Marc Hogan gave the song a positive review and described the song as, "a catchy, self-referential rocker, with the buzzsaw guitars and big choruses of Weezer's glory days, and that familiar, self-assured lameness." Simon Vozick-Levinson of YouTube-YouTube-Pork & Beans Acoustic - Tay Zonday and Brian Bell
Entertainment Weekly also gave the song a positive review, "That chunka-chunka guitar hook is pure gold, so much so that I didn't focus on Rivers Cuomo's very clever lyrics at first." Stereogum was also impressed with the song stating it was a "sweet, savory dose of self-referential, self-deprecating Weezer rock...This stuff sounds very familiar in a good, good way." In terms of chart performance, "Pork and Beans" is Weezer's most successful single in their 16 year career. The song reached #1 on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts in only its third week on the charts. It became their ninth Top 10 hit on this chart and third Number One overall and spent 11 weeks at #1, making it one of only 17 songs to ever sit at #1 on that particular chart for 10 weeks or longer and one of 3 songs to have spent 11 weeks at #1. It also represented their fastest rising single ever, reaching #1 after a mere 11 days after release. It debuted at #39 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, where it is peaked at #25 and debuted in the Billboard Hot 100 at #84 with 17,000 downloads of the song on iTunes and peaked at #64. Pork and Beans placed #1 on 102.1 the Edge Top 102 Songs of 2008. This song was number 30 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2008. Chart (2008) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks 1 U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks 25 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 64 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 70 Canadian Hot 100 29 Irish Singles Chart 42 UK Singles Chart 33 U.S. Hot Digital Songs 47 U.S. Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks 35  Music video Weezer plays in the foreground while Fritz Grobe and Stephan Voltz set off Diet Coke and Mentos eruptions behind them in the "Pork and Beans" music video.The music video for "Pork and Beans" was directed by Mathew Cullen of Motion Theory and was first released on YouTube by the band on May 23, 2008. The video features many internet phenomena. Many YouTube celebrities joined with the band to film in the video, including Mark Allen Hicks (the "Afro Ninja"), Gary Brolsma, Tay Zonday, Chris Crocker, Caitlin Upton, Liam Kyle "Kelly" Sullivan, Ryan Weiber, Michael "Dorkman" Scott, Judson Laipply, and Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz performing Diet Coke and Mentos eruptions. In addition, the video references other YouTube personalities such as Matt McAllister, Kicesie, Kevin Federline, Connor Berge, and Lim Jeong-hyun. Other internet memes mimicked in the video include the Dramatic Chipmunk, parodies of G.I. Joe public service announcements, catching Raybans with one's face, "All Your Base Are Belong to Us", the Dancing Banana, "Will It Blend?", the Soulja Boy dance, "Daft Hands" and "Daft Bodies", the Sneezing Panda, Charlie the Unicorn, the Dancing Baby along with poorly-done CGI versions of Donald Duck and King Kong, and the hoax UFO sighting in Haiti. Dan Dzoan, former world record holder for solving a Rubik's Cube with one hand in 17.90 seconds, was present for the shooting but does not appear in the video, though there are Rubik's Cubes in the video, and Dan is present in another video posted by Weezer to YouTube. Neil Cicierega's Potter Puppet Pals were slated to be in the video but were left out due to problems with shipments of props. A mock-up of the Dumbledore puppet can be seen in the video nonetheless. The video shares some thematic similarities with the music video for the Barenaked Ladies single "Sound of Your Voice", which also featured multiple YouTube celebrities. According to Cullen, the video was to be a "celebration of that creativity", an idea that went over well with the members of the band. In contrast to an earlier South Park episode, "Canada on Strike" which parodied the YouTube celebrities, Cullen wanted to embrace the concept of "about being happy with who you are". Cullen hopes that the video will be "a living thing on the Internet"; as the video itself was a mash-up of Weezer's favorite stuff, Cullen hopes others will use the video to create their own mash-ups. The YouTube celebrities were flown into Los Angeles, California to work with the band for the four-day shooting of the video. The video quickly became popular, reaching over four million views within the week and the most-watched video for the week. It was the most popular video of the month in June, reaching 7.3 million views by June 16, 2008. The video was nominated for Best Editing for the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards and for Favorite Online Sensation at the 35th People's Choice Awards.The video won a Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video at the 51st Grammy Awards Show and On January 12, 2009, a remix version of the "Pork and Beans" video was released to YouTube, which included additional footage not previously used in the original video. The new video, in addition to including footage of Dan Dzoan and Potter Puppet Pals, adds in more internet memes and celebrities, including Badger Badger Badger, Little Superstar, Philippine prison inmates dancing to "Thriller", Leeroy Jenkins, Ronald Jenkees, BigDog, Ask a Ninja, Back Dorm Boys, Line Rider, "I Like Turtles", Technoviking, and Pickle Surprise, and ends with the viewer being rickrolled.  Personnel Rivers Cuomo – lead guitar, lead vocals Patrick Wilson – drums, percussion, backing vocals Brian Bell – rhythm guitar, backing vocals Scott Shriner – bass guitar, backing vocals Jacknife Lee – producer  References ^ Koch, Karl (2008-04-18). "04/18/08 Triunfa Del Fjord". Weezer.com. http://weezer.com/news/default.aspx/nid/13443. Retrieved on 2008-04-21. ^ "Weezer Make First New Album Track Available". Uncut. http://www.uncut.co.uk/news/weezer/news/11449. Retrieved on 2008-04-21. ^ "Spring Album Preview". 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"Weezer understands how to work YouTube: allude to these 24 viral videos". Valleywag. http://valleywag.com/392972/weezer-undestands-how-to-work-youtube. Retrieved on 2008-05-24. ^ a b "Spot the memes in Weezer's Pork and Beans". News Limited. 2008-05-28. http://www.news.com.au/technology/story/0,25642,23772877-5014108,00.html. Retrieved on 2008-05-29. ^ Sarno, David (2008-05-30). "Mathew Cullen, director of Weezer's 'Pork and Beans,' shares some secrets". Los Angeles Times. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/webscout/2008/05/some-more-notes.html. Retrieved on 2008-05-30. ^ Cicierega, Neil (2008-05-23). "Pork 'n' Beans". Neil Cicierega. http://trapezzoid.livejournal.com/182970.html. Retrieved on 2008-05-28. ^ a b c Wortham, Jenna (2008-05-27). "Weezer's Memetastic Video Director Spills the 'Pork and Beans'". Wired. http://blog.wired.com/underwire/2008/05/director-behind.html. Retrieved on 2008-05-27. ^ a b c Snider, Mike (2008-05-29). "YouTube stars, Weezer dine out on 'Pork & Beans'". 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External links Official video on YouTube Official remix video on YouTube "Go Behind-the-Scenes With Weezer's 'Pork and Beans'" - Wired Preceded by "Rise Above This" by Seether Billboard Modern Rock Tracks number-one single May 17, 2008 - July 26, 2008 Succeeded by "Let It Die" by Foo Fighters [hide]v • d • eWeezer Brian Bell · Rivers Cuomo · Scott Shriner · Patrick Wilson Jason Cropper · Matt Sharp · Mikey Welsh Albums Weezer (1994) · Pinkerton (1996) · Weezer (2001) · Maladroit (2002) · Make Believe (2005) · Weezer (2008) EPs The Good Life (1997) · The Lion and the Witch (2002) · Winter Weezerland (2005) · Six Hits (2008) · Christmas with Weezer (2008) DVD Weezer - Video Capture Device: Treasures from the Vault 1991-2002 (2004) Singles "Undone - The Sweater Song" · "Buddy Holly" · "Say It Ain't So" · "El Scorcho" · "The Good Life" · "Pink Triangle" · "Hash Pipe" · "Island in the Sun" · "Photograph" · "Dope Nose" · "Keep Fishin'" · "Beverly Hills" · "We Are All on Drugs" · "Perfect Situation" · "This Is Such a Pity" · "Pork and Beans" · "Troublemaker" · "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn)" Related bands The Rentals · The Special Goodness · The Relationship · Avant Garde · Homie · Karlophone · Space Twins Related articles Discography · Karl Koch · Songs from the Black Hole · The Kitchen Tapes · Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo · Alone II: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo · Foozer · Christmas with Weezer (video game) Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pork_and_Beans_(song)" Categories: Weezer songs | 2008 singles | Billboard Hot Alternative Tracks number-one singles | Internet memes | Grammy Award winners | Viral videos
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