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History with Weezer
Everett's history with Weezer begins with 2009's Raditude, engineering some tracks on the album. From there, Everett co-produced 2010's Hurley with Rivers Cuomo. Everett would also help Cuomo assemble and co-produce the Death to False Metal album.
In the press release for Death to False Metal, the re-working of Weezer rarities was called "a labor of love" for Rivers Cuomo and his co-producer Shawn Everett. The process began by having each track "individually evaluated by the production team of Cuomo and Everett to figure out how to make each of the songs reach their full potential, and ultimately fit harmoniously on the album."
In 2013, Everett was credited as producer on Scott & Rivers' debut album, スコット と リバース. Everett also recieved credit on Weezer's 2014 album Everything Will Be Alright in the End for "additional production and engineering", along with primary producer Ric Ocasek. In 2015, he was credited as producer on the Weezer Fan Club exclusive single release, "Everybody Needs Salvation."
- 2009 - Raditude: Recording of drums and guitars on "Trippin' Down the Freeway", "Love is the Answer", and "In the Mall".
- 2010 - Hurley: Production (with Rivers Cuomo).
- 2010 - Death to False Metal: Co-production and additional recording on "Turning Up the Radio", additional recording and mixing on "Blowin' My Stack", "Everyone", "Trampoline", "The Odd Couple", and "Autopilot"
- 2010 - Pinkerton (deluxe edition): Additional recording and mixing on "Long Time Sunshine", "Getting Up and Leaving", and "Tragic Girl".
- 2011 - "Like a Good Neighbor": Production.
- 2011 - "Paranoid Android": Production.
- 2013 - Scott & Rivers - スコット と リバース
- 2014 - Everything Will Be Alright in the End: Additional production and engineering.
- 2015 - "Everybody Needs Salvation": Production.