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- Posted on Apr 8th 2009 4:00PM by Benjy Eisen
"I certainly see those records -- the first Rentals record and the first Weezer record ... and then the second Rentals record and the second Weezer record -- as being somewhat of companion albums," Sharp tells Spinner. "They were written around the same period, and we were influential to each other."
For this "new chapter," Sharp is leading the Rentals through a tight schedule with specific goals. The band plans to release a new EP every three months this year, as well as scoring original music for a new short film each week. While it no longer sounds like a Weezer project, the music is liable to take sharp turns at any moment, or go in bold new directions as dictated by the films or by other whims.
"Sometimes It's hard to talk about it because we're still so in the center of the process," Sharp says. "We're discovering it as our audience is discovering it."