El Scorcho
Supervision Recommended
Released 1996
Genre Alternative
Language English
Source Rock Band Track Pack Vol. 2
Available November 18, 2008 (Pack)
Playable in
Rock Band
Rock Band 2
Rock Band 3
Rock Band Blitz
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Male singer
3-part Harmonies

El Scorcho is a song by Weezer.

The line, "Watchin' Grunge leg drop New Jack through a press table" refers to the music scene at the time, where New Jack was losing its popularity and Grunge was becoming increasingly popular. It also has a meaning in the world of wrestling: Extreme Championship Wrestling (the ECW) was a wrestling organization where people were put through tables a lot. Grunge and New Jack were 2 of the craziest wrestlers in the federation. (thanks, jen - schenectady, NY)

The line, "I'm the epitome of public enemy" is taken from Public Enemy's song "Don't Believe the Hype." (thanks, Marshall - Sacramento, CA)

Weezer lead singer Rivers Cuomo wrote this while he was studying at Harvard. He finally finished his degree in 2006. (thanks, Bertrand - Paris, France)

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