When it comes to straight-up rock, then flashlite is the name of the game for me. I had been holed up in studios for about 5 years doing various projects for others and trying to write pop songs and then, in 2001, I heard Weezer's "Green album".
flashlite (2002)

After playing the "Green album" for about 4 months straight I decided I wanted to rock out. I used the same 14-day rule that I applied to the Das Fark projects at the time, wrote a bunch of highly derivative songs in about a week and recorded them all between Christmas and New Year's 2001. This was all recorded in meta4music studios and featured some of the best drums samples available at the time (hard to believe), an outstanding guitar (a Richie Sambora Fender signature) and an amazing amp (a Bogner).

01. She's my girl
02. If you want to
03. Ignored no more
04. Deborah
05. Hard rock radio  
06. My guy (She said)
07. Flashlite  
08. With love  
09. WYGIWYS  
10. You can have it  
flashlite II (2002)

This was recorded in the same way as the original project: 14 days from start to finish. This was the first time I recorded "real music" (as opposed to the sample/synthesis-bases work of Das fark) in my own studio, an original MBox running ProTools. The drum samples here were even worse than those I used the first time around. All overdriven guitars were recorded clean since I didn't have an amp and then run through the best plugin amp sim. I had available, the SansAmp PSA-1. I resurrected a couple of old songs that I had previously only recorded using a Fostex porta for this one.

01. Don't cry (It's all right)  
02. Mean
03. Mindless and dull
04. Misery
05. Walking alone  
06. Fly away  
07. Diamonds  
08. Hate  
09. Frustrated Inc .
10. Party (Come on in )
...the bedroom tapes (2003)

Same old setup but with a slightly more natural-sounding set of drum samples and a steady diet of old Neil Young. Unfortunately I was lazy and used a sample set of my actual bass for the recording. My ears were obviously made of wood at the time since the bass is out-of-key (about 7 cents it turns out) for the entire recording. Let's just call it endearing... The overdriven guitars are still the SansAmp, I just learned to use it a little better.

01. All I ask  
02. Growing old  
03. Little things  
04. Mondays  
05. Yesterdays  
Julskiva (2008)

Two songs recorded to spread a little X-mas joy. The second song was originally recorded back in 2002 along with another song, Christmas in the air which was on a self-produced album featuring friends.

01. Mer Jul  *
02. There goes Santa Claus  

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originally recorded by Adolphsson & Falk.
Julskiva (2008)

Two songs recorded to spread a little X-mas joy. The second song was originally recorded back in 2002 along with another song, Christmas in the air which was on a self-produced album featuring friends.

01. Mer Jul  *
02. There goes Santa Claus  

*
originally recorded by Adolphsson & Falk.
'THREE' (2010)

A couple of songs that I started writing when I was heavily into the demos Weezer did for their 5th album. They took me forever to "finish" for some reason. In the end these ended up relying heavily on synths, a new turn for flashlite.  

01. Rock superstars
02. Tina
03. Rid of me