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76.
A term used to define the reckless abandonment of a bands' true roots for music that is mainstream and marketable. Weak Sauce is generally applied by big name producers who work to destroy the true meaning of indie music, and make every successful band sound alike.
Common applications of Weak Sauce include:
-Limiting of guitar distortion
-Adding piano or keyboards to otherwise hard guitar rock
-Adding ultra-emotional lyrics
-Backup vocals consisting of oooo, ahhh and whoa
-Slowing down of music
-Complete genre change from one album to the next
by arecon May 05, 2006
 
1.
slang; calling one "weak sauce" compares said individual to the "mild" sauce found at Taco Bell; weak, insignificant, attempting to be like the other hot sauces, but not living up to expectations.
Damn, that fool at the gym was weak sauce.
by UCSD - ek2 May 02, 2003
 
2.
Paltry, insufficient, and laughable in effort
Terribly offended, the girl could only point and laugh at the weaksauce in Ximian's shorts.
by DTM Power August 18, 2003
 
3.
Something that is incredibly lame, weak, or uncool.
Jake: Did you see Jarrod's pink shirt?
Frank: Yeah, man, that rag is total weaksauce!
by Mat B December 30, 2005
 
4.
A way of saying that something is lame or boring.
"You mean the phish concert tickets are sold out? Weak Sauce dude."
by Austin August 03, 2004
 
5.
Describes an event or object that lacks inesnity and/or fails to fully accomplish its purpose. Used to degrade, or convey ones dissatisfaction in something.
That concert was weak sauce, I can't believe I paid to see it.

Or

Your Face is weak sauce.
by Little Dog Monk August 29, 2006
 
6.
Adj.
1. Describes the lamest of the lame. The epitome of awful.
1. That bud was weak sauce.
by Kieran Rousch January 12, 2006
 
7.
calling one "weak sauce" compares an individual to the "mild" sauce found at Taco Bell; weak, insignificant, attempting to be like the other hot sauces, but not living up to expectations.
"Dude, that papercut was some weaksauce bs."
by John Smith January 30, 2006