ReadySexGo! Marvelous 3. Released 2000. ReadySexGo! Tracklist.
Album October 27, 1998. ReadySexGo September 12, 2000. Freak of the Week" from Hey! Album. Every Monday" from Hey! Album. Sugarbuzz" from Ready, Sex, Go. "Get Over" from Ready, Sex, Go. Guest appearances. Marvelous 3 have had multiple single-night reunions in Atlanta since the band's 2001 split. Most often, Fincher and McLee have joined Butch Walker during encores of his solo shows, resurrecting material from the band's three releases and prior tours
Marvelous 3 are the kind of band that, to me at least, are the kind of people you didn’t want to hang out with at school. Maybe it’s because you formed your band first, you played your instrument better and wrote better songs, more creative songs. You could get a laugh if you tried, but that’s not what REAL music is about. The fact that Marvelous 3 have only had one hit song (1998’s Freak of the Week) is a testament to the American public’s intense appreciation for the new and experimental, but I suppose in essence it is also a testament to human nature’s tendency to resent change. Pop rock re-hash bands like Marvelous 3 will always be around, but I doubt many of them will be as enjoyable as the guys in M3. The album ends with the pathetically titled, but surprisingly epic Cigarette Lighter Love Song, a rewrite of Mott the Hoople’s classic, David Bowie written All the Young Dudes.
This album has an average beat per minute of 103 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/164 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile ReadySexGo! Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Marvelous 3. Hey! Album. Math and Other Problems.
Picking up where their critically acclaimed second album Hey Album! left off, Marvelous 3 upholds to their lackadaisical notions of sleazy rock & roll on ReadySexGo! It's a continuation on their band's glam rock image, but it falls short of the genre's recognizable loftiness. The majority of the material easily reflects cheeky mid-'80s hair metal, especially on songs such as "Little Head" and "Cold As Hell.
ReadySexGo! 16 tracks. Marvelous 3 was an Atlanta based rock band consisting of lead singer/guitarist Butch Walker, bassist Jayce Fincher, and drummer Doug Mitchell alias Mitch "Slug" McLee. Marvelous 3 first appeared on the scene with their acclaimed indie debut, Math and Other Problems in 1997. Word of mouth quickly spread, and Elektra Records signed the band. The next year saw the release of Hey! Album, their breakthrough CD. It featured the catchy radio hit Freak of the Week.
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