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  • Also, Rosenfeld says, downloading hurt sales of the band's 2001 self-titled album more than it did this year's "Maladroit" -- interesting, since the more popular downloading gets, the more, one would think, it hurts sales.

    Music: How Do You Like It?

  • The group doesn't shy from kitsch: A popular video from the recent album "Maladroit" features Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, puppets that became big U.S. television stars in the 1970s.

    Time Off

  • Weezer "Maladroit" (okay, it's a new one ... but I haven't heard it that much, haven't got any sentimental attachment to it, but thought it might be good to listen to on the road).

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • "Maladroit," Bernard called him once, and the name stuck.

    Ender's Game

  • Maladroit legal arguments swirling on email lists and percolating in the blogosphere have persistently invoked the First Amendment.

    Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza: WikiLeaks and the Rule of Law in the United States

  • You should have called out Maladroit instead of the Green Album, methinks.

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  • The detour didn't take in any of Pinkerton's qualities, but several of the songs on Maladroit sounded a little heavier musically than your average Weezer song.

    Weezer No More?

  • Maladroit!” he cried at last, “she will make mincemeat of her hands.”

    Villette

  • Maladroit i think it's called and i want the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion one coz it cool

    anasthesia Diary Entry

  • -- Maladroit, répond le client, voilà la seconde bonne dent que vous m'arrachez.

    French Conversation and Composition

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