Waste of MFZB

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Waste of MFZB
Studio album by Zebrahead
Released July 22, 2004
Recorded Shag Studios, Santa Ana, CA - Spring / Summer 2002
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock, rapcore, funk metal
Length 30:47
Label Sony Music Japan
Producer Cameron Webb
Zebrahead chronology
MFZB
(2003)
Waste of MFZB
(2004)
Broadcast to the World
(2006)
Singles from Waste of MFZB
  1. "Are You for Real?"
    Released: 2004

Waste of MFZB is the fifth studio album released by American punk rock band Zebrahead exclusively in Japan, it is also their final album with band member Justin Mauriello, who left the group shortly afterwards.

As the title suggests, the album is made up of songs that never made the final cut of the band's previous release MFZB, except for the cover of the song "Wannabe" by Spice Girls, which was recorded during production for the band's third studio album Playmate of the Year.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Are You for Real?"   3:23
2. "Let Me Go"   2:58
3. "One Less Headache"   3:13
4. "Burn the School Down"   3:50
5. "Lightning Rod"   3:39
6. "Blindside"   3:00
7. "Veils and Visions"   3:04
8. "One Shot"   2:53
9. "Timing is Everything"   2:21
10. "Wannabe" (Spice Girls cover) 2:29
Notes
  • The song "Lightning Rod" features on the single for "Rescue Me" from the band's previous release MFZB, but under the title "Outcast."

Singles[edit]

"Are You for Real?" - the only single released from the album. The majority of radio airplay received from the song was in Japan, a music video accompanied its release.

Personnel[edit]

Zebrahead
Art
  • Jam Suzuki
  • Takaaki Numano (MINDWRAP) (front cover)
  • Jeff "Dirt" Conley (art concept)

Popular culture[edit]

Charting positions[edit]

Charts Peak
position
Japan Charts 16

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Waste of MFZB on Sony Music". sonymusic.co.jp (in Japanese). Sony Music. Retrieved 12 January 2014. "The songs in the album are songs that that were recorded for previous album "MFZB", but it's not because they were not good, but because they were dangerously good! "- Justin 
  • Booklet inlay of Waste of MFZB

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