Cee Lo Green

Album reviews: Weezer, Viva La Elvis, Cee-Lo Green

Weezer, "Pinkerton: Deluxe Edition" (DGC) Weezer seems to take pleasure in messing with its fans — especially when the band has our full attention, as it has in recent months with constant touring, a horrendous new album ("Hurley"), an odds-and-ends collection ("Death to False Metal") and the two-disc reissue of its 1996 classic, "Pinkerton." But why is the band giving the deluxe treatment to an album that frontman Rivers Cuomo once called "hideous"?

List it: Pop music’s Top 5 break-up songs of the last decade (featuring an interview with Cee Lo Green)

One of the most passed-around online videos in recent memory is an expletive-laced exercise in spite and heartbreak. And are we surprised? It may be tough to take the title of Cee Lo Green's new song and its brilliant karaoke-styled video counterpart — the first word starts with "f," the second word is "you" — but several million folks have consumed it on the Web.