Hey, at least you knew who they were when they were the Marvelous 3.
If not for this album, I never would have gotten into Butch. Like, at all.
"#27" and "Ms. Jackson" are one of my favorite one-two punches on any record. I love the way Butch sings on them both.
Butch, as a vocalist, gets so much better on this album compared to how he sounded on Math
So which version of this album does everyone prefer, I swing back and forth depending on mood, sometimes the less polished version seems perfect, but other times that pop sheen pushes it to a completely different level. Oh indecisiveness, you fickle monster
I think the major label version is definitely better, so chock that up as one of the few things Elektra did right. Also, "Cold As Hell" fits better on Readysexgo!
that it would have here, and I'm okay with "Fastboat" being a b-side. However, there's no way "I Just Wanna Go Home" should have been cut. I love the hell out of that song.
The major label version, for sure. The indie release is cool, but the flow and the production of the major release make it nearly perfect.
What's your favorite b-side from the Marvelous 3 era? Or favorite Butch b-side period, for that matter?