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Ready Sex Go Import

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Audio, Cassette, September 22, 2000
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1. Little Head
2. Grant Park
3. Get Over
4. Sugarbuzz
5. Supernatural Blonde
6. Radio Tokyo
7. Cold As Hell
8. Beautiful
9. I'm Losing You
10. This Time
11. Better Off Alone
12. I Could Change
13. Cigarette Light Love Songs

Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea/Warner
  • ASIN: B00015TTU6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kala on May 29, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Marvelous 3 is (heh, was - they went their separate ways awhile back) one of my absolute all time favorite bands. A friend of mine dragged me to their concert several years ago in Gainesville, FL. It was hands down the best concert I ever went to! I bought their CD after that and just fell in love. There are very few CDs that I can honestly say I like every track on it, this is one of the few! My favorite song is the first track, Little Head - the lyrics are hysterical! There is a good mix of fast/upbeat songs and slower ballads. Beautiful has to be one of the best love songs I've heard as well, the lyrics to that are really just heart-warming. The band is really sensational, I highly recommend. :)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "azureblue@usa.net" on September 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
For those of you who don't know the Marvelous 3, I don't know that I can do a better job of mesmerizing you than the band themselves could so go out and buy it! For those of you that do know them, this album completely lives up to their preious work, and goes beyond it to convey a kind of passionate music, true rock music, that you don't see a lot of today. ReadySexGo is significantly different than either Hey! or Math and Other Problems, but it's still totally Marvelous, no hint of industrial tampering to please the masses. Every song is infused with Butch Walker's magic touch and you can be assured that they didn't tell me they "sold out". It's louder and more obnoxious and for any of you that have seen their live shows, you know that this is part of what makes them so special. They're completely relentless and unforigivingly over the top. "Better Off Alone" and "Beautiful" are classic Marvie 3 that could easily have appeared on either of their previous albums. And songs like "Radio Tokyo", "I'm Losing You" and "Cigarette Lighter Love Song" truly show their growth as a band and their versatility in creating music that comes off as original and groundbreaking, while drawing on and paying tribute to the roots of rock and roll. I think the most special aspect of ReadySexGo is its believability. The band plays as though they mean every beat and Walker sings as though he means every word. And if the circumstances didn't happen to him, he makes you believe that they happened to somebody. If you don't already love them, I assure you that you will. And if you do, I assure you that you'll love them even more after purchasing this amazing album, this "rock epiphany of the new millennium", ReadySexGo.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "ladybugblue" on March 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Butch Walker is and forever will be my HERO! He has such stage presence and I keep hoping for that Press Release announcing that the Marvies are back together....
Until then, I wear this CD OUT! It's as good if not better than "Hey Album!" and mixes the riffs that we all know and love from the Marvies with AWESOME lyrics.
I'm a "child of the 80's hair bands" and this CD rocks your socks off. Definitely on my Top 5 list of CD's to listen to for the rest of my life.
I'm a MARVIE forever...what can I say....
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Beandog on June 28, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First of all, I cut my teeth on classic rock/metal from the late 70's and through the 80's. This was recommended to me by Amazon - Thank You! This is without a doubt the best album I have purchased in years. It has great songs throughout - not just one or two good songs. The songs have great hooks and the lyrics are excellent; "Hell's not cold I know, 'cause I've been there for the last half hour or so, and the Devil says it never snows." There are too many great songs to mention; some are Cold As Hell, Grant Park, Get Over and Supernatural Blonde. As everyone says in other reviews - these guys should have been huge.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kirsten on November 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If Butch and the boys meant for ReadySexGo to be a virtual orgasm for the ears, then they've succeeded. The third effort from the now-broken Marvelous 3 is by all means the best. It's hard to choose favorites on this album because it's meant to be listened to as a whole, from the way tracks one and two are tied together to the ending track, Cigarette Lighter Love Song, which basically contrasts the rest of the CD. Throughout the tracks the M3 take out their frustrations through the music, ripping apart the fakes that inhabit the world, the women that have ****ed them over, and the rocker lifestyle. Even as they're pouring out their caffinated hearts to the helpless listener, describing nearly unsolvable problems, you want to dive right in to this life that they're singing about. Then with the ending track, Butch pours out his heart in a gorgeous song about love that's clearly reached an end, and as it starts with Butch and a piano and continues through as a rocking ballad, you know that these are the feelings that are so cleverly disguised in the sarcastic, intelligent, and fun lyrics that make up the rest of the album. It's impossible to resist a band that doesn't take themselves seriously, that's ok with singing, "Can we take it to the bridge and skip the part about the fridge/where she keeps her cold heart by a stale pop-tart," and then ends it all with a serious love song. For more like this, get Butch's solo, Left of Self-Centered, another fantastic mix of irrelavance and emotions.
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