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The Rentals - Return Of The Rentals Full Album

The Rentals - Return Of The Rentals Full Album Performer: The Rentals
Title: Return Of The Rentals
Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Indie Rock
Label: Maverick, Reprise Records
# Cat: 9 46093-2
Released: 24 Oct 1995
Country: US
FLAC album: 1927 mb
MP3 album: 2498 mb
Rating: 4.4
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Tracklist

1Move On
Vocals [Female] – Rachel Haden
4:20
2Sweetness And Tenderness5:55
3The Love I'm Searching For3:35
4Naive2:19
5My Summer Girl3:12
6Waiting3:13
7Please Let That Be You
Keyboards [Additional] – Jim Richards
3:33
8Friends Of P.3:32
9These Days3:00
10Brilliant Boy4:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
24 60934The Rentals Return Of The Rentals ‎(Cass, Album)Maverick, Reprise Records24 60934Canada1995
WPCR-651The Rentals Return Of The Rentals ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Maverick, Reprise RecordsWPCR-651Japan1996
CDW 46093The Rentals Return Of The Rentals ‎(CD, Album)Maverick, Reprise RecordsCDW 46093Canada1995
4-46093-AThe Rentals Return Of The Rentals ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)Maverick, Reprise Records4-46093-AUS1995
2-46093-AThe Rentals Return Of The Rentals ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Maverick, Reprise Records2-46093-AUS1995

Credits

  • A&RGuy Oseary
  • Design [Graphic Design]Kevin Hosmann
  • DrumsPat Wilson
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bryan Davis, Ryan Boesch
  • GuitarRod Cervera
  • ManagementBob Cavallo, Pat Magnarella
  • Mastered ByStephen Marcussen
  • Mixed By, Arranged ByMatt Sharp, Tom Grimley
  • Photography ByCharles Hamilton , Rod Cervera
  • ProducerMatt Sharp, Tom Grimley
  • Recorded ByTom Grimley
  • Synthesizer [Moog]Tom Grimley
  • Violin, VocalsPetra Haden
  • Vocals, Synthesizer [Moog]Cherielynn Westrich
  • Vocals, Synthesizer [Moog], BassMatt Sharp
  • Written-ByMatt Sharp

Notes

All songs Powhatan Street Music (BMI).
© ℗ 1995 Maverick Recording Company.
Marketed by Reprise Records, a Time Warner Company.
Made in U.S.A. Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing.

Recorded at Poop Alley.
Arranged and mixed at Hollywood Sound.
Mastered at Precision.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 9362-46093-2 2
  • Barcode (String): 093624609322
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 1 46093-2 SRC##01 M1S6
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 1 46093-2 SRC##01 M1S3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): [SRC logo] 1 46093-2 SRC##01 M1S10
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U3O
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 2U3N

Companies

  • Marketed By – Reprise Records
  • Copyright (c) – Maverick Recording Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Maverick Recording Company
  • Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing
  • Recorded At – Poop Alley Studio
  • Mixed At – Hollywood Sound Recorders
  • Mastered At – Precision Mastering
  • Published By – Powhatan Street Music
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation

Album

Return of the Rentals is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band The Rentals, released on October 24, 1995, through Maverick Records, a subsidiary of Reprise Records. The album features Matt Sharp-Weezer's bassist at the time-on vocals and bass, as well as Weezer drummer Patrick Wilson. Other contributors include Tom Grimley Moog, production, Petra Haden violin, vocals, Rachel Haden vocals, Guy Oseary album artwork, and Stephen Marcussen mastering. Return of the Rentals. The Rentals. Alternative 1995. The Love I'm Searching For. The album features Matt Sharp - Weezer's bassist at the time - on vocals and bass, as well as Weezer drummer Patrick Wilson. Other contributors include Tom Grimley Moog, production, Petra Haden violin, vocals, Rachel Haden vocals, Guy Oseary album artwork, and Stephen Marcussen mastering, among others. Return of the Rentals was well received by critics and produced the successful single Friends of P. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. A great album following Matt Sharp's departure from Weezer. In this album you can really hear the talent that Sharp has harnessed. Weezer's song writing has suffered ever since Sharp has left, and in listening to this album,he has not lost a step with his songwriting. If you liked Weezer's first two albums, try this out and then wonder what could have been. The Rentals Q36, releases 26 June 2020 1. Nowhere Girl 3. 9th Configuration 4. Teen Beat Cosmonaut 5. Above This Broken World 6. Forgotten Astronaut 7. Conspiracy 8. Breaking And Breaking And Breaking 9. Great Big Blue 10. Information And The Island In The Sky 11. Spaceships 12. Goodbye, Steve 13. Invasion Night 14. ponkerton I'm usually not a fan of the Rentals' experimental edge, but this project has really clicked me Favorite track: Teen Beat Cosmonaut. jcamp1026. jcamp1026 This is definitely the best Rentals album to date, every song has so much energy and enthusiasm. The concept is brilliant and very well done, I love the space & astronaut stories. Return of the Rentals is the debut album by The Rentals, released on October 24, 1995, through Maverick Records. In addition to band frontman Matt Sharp, the band lineup consisted of Weezer drummer Pat Wilson on drums, Cherielynn Westrich on vocals, Petra Haden on viola and vocals, Rod Cervera on guitar, and Tom Grimley on Moog synthesizer. Songwriting for ROTR began as early as 1993. In May of that year, Sharp collaborated on a song with Rivers Cuomo titled Mrs. Originally considered for an. Return of the Rentals was well received by critics and produced the successful single Friends of P. which peaked at number 7 on Billboards Modern Rock Chart and received significant airplay on MTVs 120 Minutes. Return of the Rentals Q&A. Producers Matt Sharp & Tom Grimley. Writers Matt Sharp. Label Maverick Recording Company & Reprise Records. More The Rentals albums

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Comments: (12)
JOIN
Simply one of the best albums of the 90s. Period.
Throw her heart
Weezer ripoff plain and simple. Good riddance that it falls further into obscurity.
Manona
and weezer turned into hot garbage after Matt Sharp left so.....
ZEr0
lol, dude was in weezer until 1996, so there will obviously be some similarities
Zan
Rentals-"Return Of The Rentals" is one of the true pop classics that has been ridiculously ignored by an increasingly jaded cognoscenti. I so wish I was wealthy just to produce genius like this. Why in the world is this not on vinyl? Maybe it's true that real genius is only finally embraced 100 years in the future, I sure hope not in this case, release this on vinyl damn it.
Ramsey`s
This record needs to be released on vinyl, pretty please?! Weezer's stuff has been reissued to death. Why not show some love to Matt Sharp's Rentals?
Runeterror
This is really a great pop gem.Please, we need a vinyl reissue now!!
Kerdana
VINYL issue already!!!
CONVERSE
We need a vinyl record reissue!!!!!!!
Light out of Fildon
20th Anniversary - First time on vinylYes please!
Welahza
Calling all manic-depressives: this album is your cure. And for anyone and everyone else: you know you love it. You could be JUST about to slash your wrists ending it all in anguish and despair and all you have to do is pop in this disc, and *poof* instant cure! You would have to simply not be human to not be instantly overcome with perma-grin immediately upon hearing the first few seconds of this disc on until the end (except for maybe the slightly melancholy "Move On"). But even the most melancholy of lyrical content turns magically into ditties of pure bliss in the hands of The Rentals. If you dont find yourself bopping (and I do mean bopping) like a retard to each and every tune (except for the aforementioned exception), then you ARE retarded and youd much rather LOOK like a retard than BE a retard, right? So bop on...just like youre retarded.
Made-with-Love
"Calling all manic-depressives"? Well, I finally learned why I love this album so much... :)