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Crazy Town : Butterfly

Low-riders and blunts, loud shirts and deep tans, wise guys and tattoos: that's the atmosphere.

Low-riders and blunts, loud shirts and deep tans, wise guys and tattoos: that's the atmosphere. Somewhat incongruously, as 'Butterfly' is a too-desperate-to-be-sexy rumination on girls who make your legs shake. A seven-piece LA rock-rap outfit,

Crazy Town have already had a Top Five hit over there, so you'll probably see far too much of them on MTV... without ever formulating a real opinion either way. Still, 'Butterfly' is a sultry, self-confident joint. And their bassist is called Faydoedeelay.

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Tony Naylor

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