Joseph T. Franks | Melbourne, FL | 08/03/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This has to be simply the best I have heard in a while. I can't understand why this band is getting bad reviews? It has to be Jealousy. I have listened to this cd over and over again and I can never get tired of it. I can't wait for Crazy Town to produce a 3rd cd,their 2nd cd Darkhorse is great also. This is the first band that I enjoyed every song on both their cd's. Perfect would be my review. If you can't appreciate their music you have no taste at all for good quality music. I love Crazy Town, I have lived these songs out. I can't describe it but it seems like every song is about me. Unbelievable!!!! I want to see these guys live WOW."
The Secret of "Butterfly" that no one knew.....
~J | VA | 02/23/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This song has made the band an incredible amount of money and here is why:
The awesome little bass line combo with the guitar stylings of the song sounds awesome right? One has to admit the rapping is EXTREMELY sub-par. We all know that's not why this song got popular. The first time I heard this song, I thought the groove was great and that it was just a plain well put together song with two good parts weaved together that worked perfectly: guitar and bass. It sounded really talented.
Here's the truth:
THIS SONG IS A COMPLETE COPY FROM A PART OF A RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS SONG.
That's right. Crazy Town COMPLETELY lifted the Bass and guitar part from the song "Pretty Little Ditty" by RHCP which can be found on Mother's Milk. There is only 1 note difference (I believe the rule of plagiarism is 3-5 words before it becomes stealing another's ideas) You can even hear the exact rip off from the 30 second snippet on ITunes. Go ahead! Listen to it! Look up the album "Mother's Milk" by RHCP and then the song "Pretty Little Ditty" I'm very angry that Crazy Town made so much money on a song that was based on all-out theft of talented musicians.
I had a feeling that that "crazy" bassline could only have been concocted by Flea and that only John Frusciante can create such a simplistic but heartfelt guitar part. This theft only describes the state of music today. Too bad.....Find your own talent you frauds!!!!"