When stuck on a way to translate the raw energy of the Weezer's seventh studio album -- which features unexpected guests from Lil Wayne to Amrita Sen, who sings in Hindi -- into a concise, marketable title, frontman Rivers Cuomo went to music enthusiast and funnyman Rainn Wilson (aka Dwight Schrute from 'The Office') for ideas. Wilson's answer: 'Raditude.'
Weezer taped a recent Sessions in our Los Angeles studio to support the release of 'Raditude,' and, true to form, brought along another series of unexpected guests: rapper Chamillionaire, pop songtress Sara Bareilles and ... smooth jazz king Kenny G. "It starts to feel stale," Cuomo said during the taping, "unless you do something crazy. We like to spice it up." Mission: accomplished.