Nerd-rockers Weezer, originally made up of Rivers Cuomo, Matt Sharp and Patrick Wilson, added Brian Bell before signing to Geffen Records and releasing their debut self-titled blue album in 1994. Featuring UK and US hit singles Undone - The Sweater Song and Buddy Holly, it set the band off in the right direction bringing their uniquely American geek rock to an ever-growing fan base. After the release of their much-maligned second album Pinkerton in 1996, Sharp left to pursue solo efforts, with the group bringing Mikey Welsh aboard on third album The Green Album in 2001. Their popularity didn't seem in any way to be abating after a year-long tour and subsequent release of Maladroit in 2002 and featuring Muppets on the video to single Keep Fishing. Things were kept cheerful and rocky when the band returned in 2005 with the Rick Rubin-produced album Make Believe that hit Number 2 in the US album chart, featuring the stomping Beverly Hills and This Is Such A Pity. In 2008, the group released Weezer (Red Album), featuring Pork And Beans and a year later came back with 2009's acclaimed Raditude.