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"I watched them from when they started work on the album," Chatel says.
"I've seen the ups and downs of a rock band." To celebrate the completion of the album, Chatel delivers glasses of wine.
During the course of the interview, he mentions his love of going fast -- in cars, boats and motorcycles ("I love it when that front wheel comes off the ground! His favorite music of the moment is by Johnny Cash, Interpol and the Streets.
According to his mother, he is most relaxed when he's onstage.
When he was 7 years old and living in Palo Alto, his parents divorced.
At around the same time, he flunked first grade because he couldn't read.
It is the San Francisco band's first album in three years and was originally scheduled for release last spring. He is the sole owner and shareholder of Third Eye Blind Inc., a band formed in San Francisco in 1992, shortly after the breakup of a hip-hop duo Jenkins was a part of, and incorporated in 1996. When you do it fast, you make it slicker instead of spending more time to let magic happen. We were doing Shoreline Amphitheatre (size) shows every night.
He didn't do well the second time around either, but his father told his teacher to pass him and "he'll catch up." His dad, a professor of political science at Stanford and later, at UC Berkeley, worked patiently with him until he caught up. By the sixth grade, his teacher told the unruly Jenkins that he wouldn't graduate from high school and was headed straight for juvenile hall."A lot of people say I wouldn't have a down day, but you look at the music and there's real melancholy. I have my share of insecurities, hopes and fears," he says.