"@AaronHernandez: what are y'all up to today?" Wow, the nerve.
“Our approach to writing? Play something on guitar and make up lyrics on the spot. We never revised our lyrics and always went with first takes. It defined our sound.”
— The Blade,Unauthorized Autobiography
"It's an incredibly varied album - rock, country, acoustic ballads, blues, Caribbean, metal, Latin and even funk. The Stones have their Exile on Main Street. The Funky Butts have their Exile on Fry Street!"
— Neal B. Forzod,The Gay Onion
"Meat the Funky Butts is a masterpiece of simplicity ... this is the new punk!"
— Cletus Newberry,The Texas Blast
"The Funky Butts make history - an electric guitar that manages to sound like a kazoo in the blazing solo for 'Frat Dudes.' The electric kazoo guitar is truly groundbreaking."
— Stanford Semones,The Denton Observer
"'Purple-Hatted Lady' is based on a true story!"
— Roman Rodriguez,Denton Underground
"Finally, a Saturday Night Live tribute that gets it right. 'Muscles' is a fun yet bizarre country ditty - an open love letter to Hans and Franz. Who'd have thunk it?"
— Bobby Ricks,San Diego Class
"'Denton Town' is actually a loving tribute to their college city, with a nice vocal from MC Mike. The massed vocals at the end were supposed to sound like Crosby, Stills & Nash's 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes' - oh, well..."
— Hal Hilliard,The Greensheet
"The guitar riff on 'Dreams' is titanic. Instantly memorable, like all the best ones. Not to mention the closing guitar solo, which is absolutely molten. Turn it up and rock on!"
— Darth Brooks,Guitar Picker
"The immigration reform debate takes on a whole new meaning with 'Borders' while 'My Old Cooked Meat' ends the record with a funky flourish. Can't wait for the next one!"