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  Music | Classic Dave   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Busted Stuff is their third consecutive #1 debut, and that’s as much a testament to their rabid following as it is to the band themselves.
As a rule, DMB fans like to put their money where their mouth is: they might not all be willing to spring for that official organic cotton polo shirt, but most of them are more than happy to buy the group’s latest CD, even if they already have an unofficial copy.
Busted Stuff is the first DMB album recorded without any special guests, and the band come rushing out of the gates after being reined in by producer Ballard on Everyday.
www.bostonphoenix.com /boston/music/top/documents/02375205.htm   (2398 words)

 Busted Stuff - A Tribute to Dave Matthews - Seattle, WA
Busted Stuff - A Tribute to Dave Matthews - Seattle, WA r
With an eclectic lineup of saxophone and violin over a jazz-based rhythm section, the unique grooves and melodies of the Dave Matthews band hit hard and fast, and with very little effort catapulted the band from the club scene to concert arenas across the world...
Formed in Winter of 2003 in Seattle, WA, Busted Stuff is a Tribute to the Dave Matthews Band.
edshawentertainment.com /artists3/bustedstuff   (143 words)

 Busted Stuff: 9/3/02   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
But don't worry, this is not a setup for the punch-line "the good, the bad and the ugly." More like the cool, the uncool, and the artistically compromised.
Busted Stuff - or most of it, anyway - saw life first as a set of master tapes from recording sessions the Dave Matthews Band held in early 2000 with Steve Lillywhite producing.
Matthews' rumored objection to the original set of songs that form the core of this album is that they were too unrelentingly dark.
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 The HooK: DMBEAT- At last: The Stuff of both worlds
The Stuff is finally here: the missing link, the would-be other side of the rainbow that left off with 1998's Before These Crowded Streets, the antidote to all those who found Everyday a shameless cop-out, and the fifth (RCA) studio album that-- according to the devout-- should have been the fourth.
In the end, Busted Stuff is more musical theater than a collection of songs reflecting a (decidedly bleak) period in Matthews' life.
Stuff, more than any other DMB effort, exposes Matthews as the actor and musician he is, and a band at the apex of its musical maturity.
www.readthehook.com /stories/2002/07/25/dmbeatAtLast.html   (1025 words)

 User Comments for Busted Stuff by Dave Matthews Band   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Busted Stuff is one of my favorite Dave albums yet.
Busted Stuff is the most unified album released by the Dave Matthews Band.
While Busted Stuff may be the least commercial of the DMB's albums (that prize going to 2000's "Everday" release), it is by no means the least accessible...
www.metacritic.com /music/usercomments.jsp?id_string=499:uwlZHEtppZsFhdkjPMBQQw**   (568 words)

 CNN.com - Review: 'Busted Stuff' a spiritual jam - July 17, 2002
Not to worry; this is such a fascinatingly different take on (mostly) the same material that it almost whets your appetite for a third rendering.
Things get grim in the countryish ''Grace Is Gone,'' which waits till its concluding verse to reveal itself as a grieving widower's lament instead of the standard lost-love drinking ballad it masquerades as.
Maybe He's tied up on the Internet, arguing over whether ''Lillywhite'' or ''Stuff'' is the superior unbelieving sinner's prayer.
archives.cnn.com /2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/07/17/ew.rec.mus.matthews   (479 words)

 Movie Poop Shoot - NEWS - DAVE MATTHEWS BAND--Busted Stuff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Busted Stuff's only difficult points are in the two new songs written for these sessions.
Only the opening track, "Busted Stuff," and the first single, "Where Are You Going," exhibit the wide-eyed romanticism of "Crash Into Me"-esque DMB fare.
While Busted Stuff is hyped as the DMB going back to their roots, it may represent their greatest stylistic leap forward.
www.moviepoopshoot.com /news/july02/170.html   (1056 words)

 Dave Matthews Band: Busted Stuff (2002): Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Busted Stuff is marked by luxuriously long tracks that maximize the skills of the band.
Busted Stuff does strip away some of the Lillywhite mystique, dropping the exaggerated façade of "lost classic" status, but it further illustrates that Matthews' discards are often more compelling than his hits.
With Busted Stuff, DMB has returned to their instrumental roots and pure music.
www.metacritic.com /music/artists/davematthewsband/bustedstuff   (432 words)

 CGR: Busted Stuff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
I got Busted Stuff, and the first listen was bad.
I think the real question is not busted stuff vs. everyday, but busted stuff vs. the lillywhite sessions.
After a week of listening, Busted Stuff is a very, very solid album.
www.christianguitar.org /forums/showthread.php?t=30328   (736 words)

 Dave Matthews Band - a Review of The Phantom Tollbooth
But Busted Stuff is no Everyday, as the violin and sax are much more prominent here, and the electric guitar less so.
Simple tunes like "Where Are You Going" and "Busted Stuff" sit nicely next to more complex and poetic songs like the despairing "Grey Street" and "Bartender." In fact, "Bartender" could be Matthews' best song lyrically, a tale of a despondent barfly that includes some striking Biblical allusions.
Overall, Busted Stuff is an enjoyable, listenable, and cohesive piece of work that pairs masterful lyrics with good musicianship, even if it isn't a huge step forward for the band.
www.tollbooth.org /2002/reviews/dmb.html   (794 words)

 Plan 9 - Dave Matthews Band : Busted Stuff [ECD]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
BUSTED STUFF seems like the culmination of a process that's been underway ever since the band's heady, jam-band beginnings.
While the musical muscle-flexing of Matthews and company is still in evidence, a greater emphasis than ever seems to be placed on the melodic songcraft aspect of things.
Jumpy grooves and fiery violin and sax work are still in evidence, but BUSTED STUFF operates on a whole other level than the Dave Matthews band's earlier work.
www.buymusichere.net /rel/v2_viewupc.php?storenr=12&upc=07863681172&sessionid=20020916090701-12309638   (339 words)

 RollingStone.com: Busted Stuff : Dave Matthews Band : Review
Now Matthews returns with Busted Stuff, which resurrects nine of the dozen tunes from the Lillywhite sessions and tries to find a middle ground between the darker folk introspection of the aborted album and the pop pithiness of Everyday.
The new versions of the leftover songs sharpen the melodies and shorten the arrangements: The sax riff on "Raven" now swaggers, and the concert staple "Bartender" is trimmed by nearly two minutes.
After years of trying to build memorable songs out of an awkward mix of jazzy instrumentation and singer-songwriter introspection, Busted Stuff suggests a new lesson is starting to take hold: Sometimes simplicity is the best route to the heart of the song.
rollingstone.com /reviews/album/_/id/142704/davematthewsband?...   (395 words)

 Buy.com - Busted Stuff - Dave Matthews Band - CD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Busted Stuff, is the most anticipated release in the Dave Matthews Bands 11-year history.
Busted Stuff is the latest chapter in the history of a band that began over a decade ago playing bars and fraternity houses around their Charlottesville, Virginia home and grew into one of the biggest touring and recording acts in North America.
Busted Stuff is the quintet's fifth studio album and eleventh release overall.
www.buy.com /prod/q/loc/60558806.html   (1523 words)

 Full Sail - Full Sail Grad Fixes Busted Stuff
"Steve Harris (Producer of Busted Stuff) and I met when he flew into L.A. with the band to help smooth the transition between the Lillywhite Sessions* and the Everyday project," John explains.
Engineering a major project like Busted Stuff naturally led to some amazing experiences, such as recording the song "You Never Know." "There are some special moments in that song," he recalls.
Busted Stuff is the revisiting of those songs by the Dave Matthews Band.
www.fullsail.com /index.cfm/fa/archive.view/type/news/item_id/307/Headline   (928 words)

 ipedia.com: Dave Matthews Band Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The resulting CD featured most of the songs featured on the Lillywhite Sessions along with new songs such as "You Never Know" and the hit single "Where Are You Going", which had been previewed during a handful of Matthews' solo acoustic concerts.
Busted Stuff received moderate critical and commercial success and was well-received by the band's fanbase.
The live release highlighted songs from both Everyday and Busted Stuff.
www.ipedia.com /dave_matthews_band.html   (927 words)

 LarchmontGazette.com: Larchmont, New York's hometown journal Music Review: Busted Stuff
Labeled Busted Stuff, it was released July 16th.
Their latest offering, Busted Stuff is a collection of previously written and recorded songs with a couple of new tracks.
Busted Stuff is a departure for the group, being their first album without any guest appearances.
www.larchmontgazette.com /features/20021003davematthews.html   (493 words)

 slant // magazine.com: Music Review - Dave Matthews Band: Busted Stuff
The now-infamous recordings that were left in its wake (produced by longtime collaborator and studio veteran Steve Lillywhite and aptly dubbed "The Lillywhite Sessions") were leaked wide on the Internet and became somewhat of a pop culture phenomenon.
Busted Stuff is relatively demure yet its themes are dark and its parables profound (a bartender is God, a glass brimming with wine symbolizes an abundant life).
While Busted Stuff is undeniably a step back from the band's previous work, it all looms high above the everyday fluff of Everyday.
www.slantmagazine.com /music/music_review.asp?ID=49   (349 words)

 Busted Mad World
The band announced that Charlie was leaving, and that the band had split up on Friday 14th January 2005.
Everything featured on this website is copyright, and has been created or borrowed with permission to Busted Mad World.
Busted have released a limited edition and collectable 3" Pocket Cd Notice: Microsoft has no responsibility for the content featured in this group.
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 KATV Channel 7 - Music Reviews
Dave Matthews Band fans can now hear the Lilywhite Sessions legally and the finalized version instead of the pupae stage that was "released" on Napster.
Nine of those 11 tracks appear on "Busted Stuff".
Fans who didn't like DMB's venture into a more electric world on "Everyday" should enjoy "Busted Stuff", which gets back to the more acoustic sound the band is famous for.
www.katv.com /reviews.hrb?cat=mu&i=409   (351 words)

 Dave Matthews Band: Busted Stuff - Christian Music Today
In the summer of 2002 they released Busted Stuff, a reworked collection of songs shelved from a previous recording session.
The most intriguing track on Busted Stuff is the rock jam, "Bartender," a song rife with guilt, a desire for redemption, and several biblical references.
Considering the popularity of the band, this album is a tremendous opportunity for Christians to use as a launch pad for a deeper walk with a Savior who makes beauty out of busted stuff.
www.christianitytoday.com /music/glimpses/2003/bustedstuff.html   (550 words)

 Busted Stuff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Dave Matthews Band - Busted Stuff - 01 - Busted Stuff.mp3
Dave Matthews Band - Busted Stuff - 03 - Where Are You Going.mp3
Dave Matthews Band - Busted Stuff - 07 - Grace Is Gone.mp3
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Whereas the Lillywhite Sessions were a tempting morsel of ground chuck preemptorily pilfered from the grill while the middle was still quite pink, Busted Stuff is the chef’s choice steak perfectly prepared, with a side of asparagus and hollandaise sauce.
All these nitpicks are more than made up for by one listen to the song “You Never Know,” and an inclusion of an excellent two-song live DVD and an extra 5.1 audio mix of “Bartender,” with the CD.
Pick up Busted Stuff, and you, too will soon be screaming from the minarets, “There is no drummer but Carter.
www.whatzup.com /Music/cd072502c.html   (613 words)

 DMB's "Busted Stuff" Breaks Big - Jul 24, 2002 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The jam-happy rockers' latest, Busted Stuff, made a resounding bow on the charts, opening at number one with 622,000 copies sold for the week ended Sunday, according to SoundScan numbers.
What makes DMB's numbers especially astonishing is that Busted Stuff has yet to score a strong radio single, unlike the hit "I Did It" that drove last year's Everyday.
The backstory to Busted Stuff is almost as compelling as its sales figures.
www.eonline.com /News/Items/0,1,10294,00.html   (571 words)

 NashvilleRage.com: Dave Matthews Band: Busted Stuff - 08.01.02   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Such is the wonder of Busted Stuff, DMB's latest studio effort.
On Busted Stuff, Matthews' one-two punch of high-spirited and intricate jams and provoking lyrics lean more to the spiritual questions of life than they have on any other DMB album to date, producing a knock-out that will once again remind fans why we constantly flock to live Dave shows.
Everything, if you ask my mom, who unashamedly danced the whole way down to Chattanooga on her first listen to Busted Stuff.
www.nashvillerage.com /music/cds/cds2002/080102-davematthews.shtml   (291 words)

 Encyclopedia: Busted Stuff
Updated 107 days 14 hours 23 minutes ago.
Cover for the album Busted Stuff by Dave Matthews Band This is an album cover.
An album (from Latin albus white, blank, relating to a blank book in which something can be inserted) is a packaged collection of related things.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Busted-Stuff   (952 words)

 Craig's Music Club reviews Busted Stuff by Dave Matthews Band and The Microphones' It Was Hot We Stayed in the Water
Really deep stuff, darker than anyone could have expected from Matthews.
Suffice to say, Lillywhite did not treat the material with the respect that Matthews felt it deserved so the band ditched him as producer and decided not to release the album they had created.
Other highlights are "Busted Stuff," "Grey Street," "Kit Kat Jam" (an instrumental jam), and "Big Eyed Fish." These and the rest are all special in their ways.
www.geocities.com /craigsbookclub/busted.html   (901 words)

 The HooK: DMBEAT- Fixing things with Busted Stuff: New album and 'intimate' tour put DMB on familiar ground
Instead of calling it Busted Stuff, maybe Dave Matthews should have called his band's upcoming album Fixing Things.
As reported in other publications, DMB's sixth studio effort falls just short of reincarnation, if not restitution, for those who found Everyday an asterisk to-- if not a total departure from-- the DMB catalog.
As for the album's release date, well that is somewhat busted.
www.readthehook.com /stories/2002/05/16/DMBeat15.html   (691 words)

 Seattle Dave Matthews Tribute Band - Busted Stuff
Busted Stuff went to Portland, OR this past weekend to the NACA convention.
The band took part as well as an enormous amount of other acts - to book their college shows for 2006.
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www.bustedstuffband.com   (184 words)

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