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I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart. Butch Walker and the Black Widows.
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Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Butch Walker. Written-By – Butch Walker, Michael Trent. Written and recorded in 5 days at Ruby Red Productions in Santa Monica, CA Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC (P) (C) Red Ruby Productions Inc. Under exclusive license to One Haven Music, LLC All rights reserved. OHM-101-2 ww. utchwalker. com ww. nehavenmusic.
Given the online success of his banjo-powered version of Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me," Butch Walker fans shouldn't be surprised by the power-pop whiz's country-music makeover on "I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart," the follow-up to 2008's soul-infused "Sycamore Meadows. Walker, the former frontman of late-'90s alt-rock band Marvelous 3, played alongside Swift during her much-discussed performance at the 2010 Grammy Awards.
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In the end, even if I Liked it Bette. sn’t the album that propels Walker into the stratosphere as a solo artist - although I hope it does - its mere existence is something to cheer about. I’ll sleep better knowing somebody’s out there making intelligent pop music for thinking people over 30. And those urgent strings don’t hurt either.
His 2002 solo album Left of Self-Centered was a slice of snarky, d fun, and even when the album sold poorly, key figures in the music industry managed to hear it, and it wasn't long before Butch Walker became an in-demand producer, initially working with rock artists like Sevendust and SR-71 (whose "Right Now" had Walker's fingerprints. When all is said and done, it's doubtful that I Liked You Better When You Had No Heart will go down as Walker's definitive statement as an artist, nor will it significantly expand his loyal following. What it will do, however, is simply reaffirm to everyone that Butch Walker is still one of the most creative, consistent, and flat-out exciting artists working in the industry today, commercial prospects be damned.