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Studio album by Zebrahead
Released October 21, 2003 (2003-10-21)
October 15, 2007 (US and Europe)
Recorded 2003
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock, rapcore, rap metal, nu metal
Length 56:04
Label Columbia
Producer Cameron Webb, Marshall Altman
Zebrahead chronology
Stupid Fat Americans
Waste of MFZB
Singles from MFZB
  1. "Into You"
    Released: 2003
  2. "Rescue Me"
    Released: 2004
  3. "Falling Apart"
    Released: 2004
  4. "Hello Tomorrow"
    Released: 2004

MFZB (abbreviation of Motherfucking Zebrahead, Bitch) is the fourth studio album released by American punk rock band Zebrahead.

The title of the album originally comes from the band's fanclub of the same name. The first 1,000 copies of the CD release of it were made available in four different colors; red, yellow, green and blue, with blue being the official color with later copies.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Rescue Me"   3:20
2. "Over the Edge"   2:46
3. "Strength"   3:26
4. "Hello Tomorrow"   4:04
5. "The Set-Up"   3:16
6. "Blur"   3:39
7. "House is Not my Home"   3:21
8. "Into You"   3:10
9. "Alone"   2:19
10. "Expectations"   3:43
11. "Falling Apart"   3:10
12. "Let It Ride"   3:09
13. "Type A"   2:12
14. "Runaway"   3:22
15. "Dear You (Far Away)" (Hidden track "The Fear" plays at 4:38) 7:23


  • "Into You" - released as the lead single from the album in Japan in late 2003, its accompanied music video is a combination of concert and amateur "behind-the-scenes" footage from the band while on tour. It also has scenes with the band taking photo with fans and studio recording of the song.
  • "Rescue Me" - released as the first single from the album in the U.S and second in Japan/ overall in early 2004, its accompanied music video is recorded footage of the band performing the song at a concert.
  • "Falling Apart" - released as a radio-only single in spring 2004.
  • "Hello Tomorrow'" - the fourth and final single off the album as released in the summer of 2004, a music video accompanied its release.


Popular culture[edit]

Charting positions[edit]

Charts Peak
Top Heatseekers 33
Japan Charts 9 Gold

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