9. "My Name Is Jonas"
Only the most devoted Weezer fans know the name Jason Cropper. He was their original guitarist and he spent a year in the band before he left right before the recording of The Blue Album. According to multiple reports, he's legally forbidden from talking about the details of his departure, though their relationship couldn't be that strained judging by the fact he attended Rivers Cuomo's wedding in 2006. His most enduring legacy is the acoustic guitar intro to "My Name Is Jonas," which is the first thing you hear on the first Weezer record. It's a goofy tune supposedly inspired by Lois Lowry's novel The Giver, which features a character named Jonas, who declares at one point "my name is Jonas." The song has opened up many a Weezer show and the fans scream along to every word, even though few people have any idea what they mean.