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Return of the Rentals

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Download links and information about Return of the Rentals by The Rentals. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 36:55 minutes.

Artist: The Rentals
Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 36:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Love I'm Searching For 3:35
2. Waiting 3:13
3. Friends of P. 3:32
4. Move On 4:20
5. Please Let That Be You 3:33
6. My Summer Girl 3:12
7. Brilliant Boy 4:16
8. Naive 2:19
9. These Days 3:00
10. Sweetness and Tenderness 5:55

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Alongside his stint as the bass player for the ever-beloved Weezer, Matt Sharp found time to put out a record from a little side project of his, and unknowingly dropped a surprisingly influential album on the ears of many a listener. Taking a bit of the harmony loving pure-pop songwriting skills honed in his other band, Sharp topped off the Rentals with plenty of Moog powered keyboard flair and ended up with an album that ushered back in a new wave of cheesy electro-keyboard pop with a restored spirit and a knack for unforgettable hooks. From the radio hit "Friends of P" to the clunky opener of "The Love I'm Searching For," Return of the Rentals has few moments that aren't bursting with catchy choruses and lovelorn sentiments. Helping out is a cast that includes Weezer drummer Pat Wilson, and most noticeably, That Dog's Petra Hayden, whose sugary vocals make for some of the disc's most timeless moments. Convincing a new generation of kids that new wave could still be cool, the Rentals' first record may have been a fluke, but it really doesn't matter. Sure, their later recordings were nowhere near as innocent and memorable, but this record is a real benchmark of carefree pop from the '90s and shouldn't be forgotten anytime soon. ~ Peter J. D'Angelo, Rovi