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The first single from Butch Walker's debut album Left of Self-Centered called "My Way," it's an introduction to what the whole record is about. Singer/Songwriter for the Marvelous 3 and had a top 5 hit on billboard chart with a song about selling out ("Freak of the Week"). [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R and is manufactured on demand]
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 9, 2002)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Mod - Afw Line
  • ASIN: B000069KB3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,224 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Butch Walker has done is all. A veteran of the industry who is still yet to get the respect he deserves. His Southgang efforts were quickly squashed by grunge even though the gang's music was better than anything being released.

From 1996 through 2001 is was Marvelous 3 who should've burned their way up the chart, but didn't. Hey! Album and Ready, Sex, Go were two of the best power, pop rock CDs of the decade. Still, no love for Butch and the boys.

Enter a label dispute, a new contract with Arista and a solo career was launched.

Left Of Self Centered brings it from start to finish. A little bit of satire comes in the form of "Rock Vocal Power" where Butch takes a shot or two at the industry that shunned him. A moment later a 2x4 in the form of "My Way" smacks the listener upside the head.

To me, every track on the CD is a bright spot -- but for the average listener, make a point to appreciate "Suburbia," "Sober," "Into The Black," "San Fernando Sexx Star" and "If."

This CD is a must have. The kind that you can listen to start to finish. They type to throw in at a party and stick on "repeat."

If you think the CD is all that, just wait until you see Butch live. I won't even waste time trying to describe. Get out there and show Mr. Walker the respect he deserves!
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Hi,

I don't usually write reviews but as Butch is still relatively unknown to the masses, I thought it couldn't hurt.

I was a Marvelous 3 fan and was surprised and dissapointed when they broke up without reaching their potential.

When I picked up 'Left of Self Centered', I wasnt sure what to expect. Would it follow the same M3 formula or would it be something entirely different. It's safe to say that it's a bit of both and blows the M3 Cds away. Clever lyrics, great melodies and nice production. The songwriting is far more mature and less generic than what he did with M3. If you're someone who just wants a good rock CD by a great talent than look no further. Every song could have been a single and it's unfortuante that it didnt get more notice. Songs like Into the Black and Get Down have great intensity and emotion that's hard to find these days. Alicia Amnesia and Diary of a San Fernando Sexx star are great examples of fun, sing out loud anthems. The real treasures of 'Left of Self Centered' come from the ballads, If and Take Tommorow. The dynamics of these songs are great and trully beautiful.

In one word I would describe 'Left of Self Centered' as fun. I can't recommend it enough.
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Without a doubt, Butch Walker is one of the most talented people in the music industry. For those who aren't familiar with Butch's work, he was the lead singer and guitarist in the Atlanta-based rock band The Marvelous 3, who released three excellent albums before calling it a day last August. With "Left of Self Center," Butch adds a new dimension to the unique style of the Marvelous 3. Some of the songs take on a more serious tone than I'm used to from Butch, while others are a throwback to the glory days of M3. If you got what the Marvelous 3 were all about, then you'll likely enjoy this CD. It's a little bit different, but not so much that it would alienate Butch's long-time fans. Every track is outstanding, from start to finish, much like all of Butch's work. He's not the type of artist who's going to try to sell you a CD full of filler, hidden behind a made-for-radio first single. ... This is likely the best album of the year as far as I'm concerned. Of course, I have to mention that you haven't experienced a real rock show until you've seen him play live, so check him out when he comes to your town.
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I originally learned about Butch Walker and Marvelous 3 through Metal Sludge. I read about all the hype surrounding him and wondered what it was about, so I decided to buy this album. Wow, was I blown away! I listened through the entire CD three times in a row. He is a spectacular songwriter, and an even better producer. There is an abundance of humor on the album, as shown by "Rock Vocal Power" and the bonus tracks. Otherwise, "Sober" and "If (Jeannie's Song)" were touching, and "My Way", "Alicia Amnesia", "Get Down", and "Into The Black" (with Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue on bass!) are great, upbeat rock songs. Butch Walker is an extremely underrated artist, and I hope he gets the respect he deserves for making such great music. I bought his music to see what the hype is about, and now I am a huge fan.
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Ok kiddies, grab your white goody comb, Jordace jeans and hop in your Iroc Z and blast this CD at top volume! Butch Walker's solo debut is an awesome blend of 80s influences with his own personal, toungue-in-cheek- songwriting. I highly recommend this CD to ANYONE that loves ROCK...REAL RAWK..(not that "I-hate-my-daddy" B.S. thats so popular today [gag me with a spoon]) The first single, "My Way" is one of those rock anthems that gets stuck in your head and you can't help but sing it. "Suburbia" is another great song with an addictive riff. Check out Butch Walker...hopefully, EVERYONE will know him soon!
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