I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business
|I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business|
|Genres||Acoustic music, alternative rock|
|Labels||Rise Records, Drive Thru|
|Associated acts||Early November, Ace Enders and A Million Different People|
|Members||Arthur 'Ace' Enders|
Self Title Album - Side Project (2004)
Though the self-titled album was originally the only planned official release under the name I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business, time would prove otherwise. The project spawned from Enders' desire to make music different from The Early November. Background noises, such as a television playing, are heard throughout the album until the eleventh track, "End of Background Noise" to symbolize the background noises in one's daily life. The main image in the album artwork is a yard rake, which symbolically counters the maple leaf that is associated with The Early November. The last track, "Salvy", is named after Enders' grandfather. The song "The Best Happiness Money Can Buy" appeared in a movie trailer for Must Love Dogs.
Revival of the band to Present (2010-2014)
After the announced indefinite hiatus, Enders began recording music under the band name Ace Enders and A Million Different People. After a couple of albums, Ace decided to re-explore I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business.
Enders released his second album under the I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business name on March 23, 2010, entitled The World We Know. A music Video was made for the song "Old Man...........................".
On September 16, Enders released the third Mess album Dust'n Off the Ol' Guitar. The album featured redone versions of many Early November songs, as well as a couple Ace Enders & A Million Different People songs. The album also featured a new song titled "Growing Pains". There's also three songs from the album that will be released once the sales reach 5,000. These songs include "Pretty Pretty", a remix of "1000 Times A Day", and a full length version of "Decoration".
On December 15, Enders released a Christmas-oriented EP titled Happy Christmas. The EP contains one original song titled "Season's Greetings", as well as a cover of "Christmastime Is Here" from the film A Charlie Brown Christmas, and a cover of Charles Brown hit Please Come Home For Christmas. The EP was released Digitally.
With The Early November reuniting and touring again, Enders has continued to release to support this project. Along with The Early November, the band was signed to Rise Records. In 2013, the band name has been shortened to "I Can Make a Mess". This can be seen on both the latest albums Enola, released on June 11, 2013, and Growing In, released on October 9, 2014.
- I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business (2004)
- The World We Know (March 2010)
- Dust'n Off the Ol' Guitar (September 16, 2010)
- Happy Christmas (December 15, 2010)
- Gold Rush (May 5, 2011)
- Enola (June 11, 2013)
- Growing In (October 9, 2014) 
- Arthur 'Ace' Enders – vocals, guitar
Past and Touring Members
- Jeff Kummer - Bass (2004)
- Chris Badami - Drums (2004)
- "Ultra" Bill Lugg - Guitar (2004)
- Tyler Davis – Drums, Vocals
- Robin Gazzara - Keyboard, Backing Vocals
- Jennifer Enders - Synthesizer
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- "News - Alternative Press". Altpress.com. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
- "Dustin' Off The Release Date - News Article". AbsolutePunk.net. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
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- "I Can Make A Mess Pre-order, Album Art - News Article". AbsolutePunk.net. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
- "Amazon order page". Retrieved 12 April 2013.
- "I Can Make A Mess / Growing In". 1001 Records. Retrieved 2014-11-17.