is matt sharp involved with the making of pinkerton deluxe or is he going to join with them in the b********* tour bye any chance?

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fvck said:
G Foo Chombey said:
Lewis Digges said:
Why is Matt so into taking a grudge towards Weezer? Does he not know that it was he along with Rivers, Pat and Jason Cropper who started the group 20 years ago? I think that Matt should be involved since he recorded Blue and Pinkerton and he was the core member of the group but I don't think that we're going to see something like what happened with Mikey reuniting with the guys in Vermont on stage playing Hash Pipe. If anything else I would like to see Jason on stage with the group if he plays bass for this even for one or two songs if Matt isn't available. One never knows about things but I don't see Matt reuniting with the group any time soon.

He's holding a grudge because of the legal battle they had. I would too. Mikey reunited because, to my knowledge, he left on good terms. Matt Sharp left on bad terms and wasn't that great of a player anyways. I'd rather see Scott any day.
(although seeing Mikey would have been neat-o)

why are we assuming that matt is holding a grudge against rivers, or vice versa? you're forgetting that they got together for a show a number of years back, and were perfectly fine on stage together.

anyway, dude's busy with the rentals, so i kind of doubt he has any interest in playing a couple songs here or there with weezer. he has moved on.

If there was a grudge, why would Rivers ask Matt to play keys for the band during the MB era? And why would Rivers and Matt work on an album together?
My guess...sadly not
WHO CARES?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?
SO sick of the Matt Sharp crap

Scott is =W=
Matt is no longer.

Plus Scott is better anyways
i doubt it.

i used to think matt was the missing link to weezer. sorta like if you took the beatles, individually they're good but pale in comparison to when they're together.
the rentals are on hiatus. so i doubt he's "busy" with them.

fvck said:
G Foo Chombey said:
Lewis Digges said:
Why is Matt so into taking a grudge towards Weezer? Does he not know that it was he along with Rivers, Pat and Jason Cropper who started the group 20 years ago? I think that Matt should be involved since he recorded Blue and Pinkerton and he was the core member of the group but I don't think that we're going to see something like what happened with Mikey reuniting with the guys in Vermont on stage playing Hash Pipe. If anything else I would like to see Jason on stage with the group if he plays bass for this even for one or two songs if Matt isn't available. One never knows about things but I don't see Matt reuniting with the group any time soon.

He's holding a grudge because of the legal battle they had. I would too. Mikey reunited because, to my knowledge, he left on good terms. Matt Sharp left on bad terms and wasn't that great of a player anyways. I'd rather see Scott any day.
(although seeing Mikey would have been neat-o)

why are we assuming that matt is holding a grudge against rivers, or vice versa? you're forgetting that they got together for a show a number of years back, and were perfectly fine on stage together.

anyway, dude's busy with the rentals, so i kind of doubt he has any interest in playing a couple songs here or there with weezer. he has moved on.
Matt Sharp is no "missing link". He didn't write the songs, he didn't co-write the songs, he didn't write his own vocal parts, the synth-lines, his bass-lines, any of it. He was a stooge who contributed nothing more than his onstage energy. His presence is unnecessary and would not improve anything. The buck stops with Rivers.

But I suspect he's not all that into their new material, either.
yea, that's why i said "used" to think. i was just looking for an excuse.

BackToSchool said:
Matt Sharp is no "missing link". He didn't write the songs, he didn't co-write the songs, he didn't write his own vocal parts, the synth-lines, his bass-lines, any of it. He was a stooge who contributed nothing more than his onstage energy. His presence is unnecessary and would not improve anything. The buck stops with Rivers.

But I suspect he's not all that into their new material, either.
I just get the impression that him and Rivers just can't get along professionally but are fine with each other otherwise. Maybe Matt just isn't that interested in anything to do with Weezer in the first place.
oh my god, to see matt just play ONE song with them on the memories tour would MAKE MY LIFETIME! if mikey did it maybe matt could too, arent they basically patched up now?
I agree we don't need Matt on this tour for his presence or whatever. But I will say Matt was the best bassist Weezer has had...period. I'm not a musician or anything, but I hear what I hear. Is it a coincidence that Weezer's two best albums included him? I'm not saying... I'm just saying.

BackToSchool said:
Matt Sharp is no "missing link". He didn't write the songs, he didn't co-write the songs, he didn't write his own vocal parts, the synth-lines, his bass-lines, any of it. He was a stooge who contributed nothing more than his onstage energy. His presence is unnecessary and would not improve anything. The buck stops with Rivers.

But I suspect he's not all that into their new material, either.
Matt Sharp is a pretentious douche.
In your head, combine the return of the rentals/ that's incredible! with weezer 2k__... sounds perfect, right? Sharp must've been more than merely a "stooge."



BackToSchool said:
Matt Sharp is no "missing link". He didn't write the songs, he didn't co-write the songs, he didn't write his own vocal parts, the synth-lines, his bass-lines, any of it. He was a stooge who contributed nothing more than his onstage energy. His presence is unnecessary and would not improve anything. The buck stops with Rivers.

But I suspect he's not all that into their new material, either.

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