Back in 1995, Better than Ezra burst upon the alternative music scene, most notably for Good getting incessant airplay on MTV and being featured in the "This is how the buzz goes" commercial where the hook was sung in a child's voice.

       This album is an interesting mix of Southern influences, heavy bass and upbeat poppy vocals. Good, The Killer Inside, and Rosealia are all solid tracks. This album is much along the lines of the Gin Blossoms, music everyone could like and listen to, but that has zero lasting power in the public playlist.

       If you own this and havent listened to it for a decade and a half (like me), give it a listen, you may enjoy it. Just remember do listen to the hidden track. Quite possibly the best hidden track ever.