Deluxe is an album by the alternative rock band Better Than Ezra. It has been released by two labels: the original version in 1993 by Swell Records, and the 1995 version by Elektra Records. This is the group's best known album and contains their biggest single, "Good". It is also their debut major label record, as Surprise was entirely self-released and sold. All songs written by Kevin Griffin, except "Heaven" by Kevin Griffin and Tom Drummond. In the Blood" – 4:32.
Greatest Hits is a 2005 greatest-hits album by Better Than Ezra, released by Rhino Records. King of New Orleans" (originally from Friction, Baby). Good" (originally from Deluxe). Live Again" (originally from How Does Your Garden Grow?) "Extra Ordinary" (originally from Closer). Rosealia" (Single Remix) (originally from Deluxe). Desperately Wanting" (originally from Friction, Baby).
Better Than Ezra Lyrics. Looking around the house. Hidden behind the window and the door. Well, maybe I'm just too sure. Maybe I'm just too frightened by the sound of it. Pieces of note fall down, but the letter said, Aha, it was good living with you. Aha, it was good. Better Than Ezra Lyrics. album: "Deluxe" (1995). In The Blood Good Southern Gurl The Killer Inside Rosealia Cry In The Sun Teenager Summerhouse Porcelain Heaven This Time Of Year Coyote. Good" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
This was Better Than Ezra's first single. The band had been playing it for years when they got their record deal with Elektra Records, which issued it as a single in 1995 along with a new version of their album Deluxe, which the group first released on their own label in 1993. The song made a splash on rock, pop, and alternative radio stations, mostly east of the Mississippi. They never filled arenas, but they built a loyal fan base and enjoyed decades of success, playing smaller venues and releasing a steady stream of material. Griffin became a top songwriter for other acts, co-writing hits for Howie Day ("Collide"), Sugarland ("Stuck Like Glue") and James Blunt ("I'll Be Your Man"). More songs from Better Than Ezra. More songs that were an artist's first hit. More songs about a breakup. More songs from 1995.
Better Than Ezra chronology. Paper Empire (2009)Paper Empire2009. All Together Now (2014). All Together Now is the eighth studio album by the New Orleans-based rock group Better Than Ezra, released on September 9, 2014.
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Better Than Ezra, known for their hits Good, Desperately Wanting, Juicy, and selling out venues for nearly 20 years, will release their eighth studio album titled All Together Now via The End Records on September 9, 2014. Better Than Ezra quickly became a staple in the 90s pop/rock scene following their debut album Deluxe in 1995 via Elektra and immediately releasing two new albums within three years of being signed.
|3||Know You Better (Live)||4:32|
|4||Circle Of Friends (Live)||3:39|
NotesLive tracks recorded somewhere in America 1995.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7559-66118-2 4
|4-64428||Better Than Ezra||Good (Cass, Single, SR,)||Elektra, Swell Records||4-64428||US||1995|
|EKR 204 CD, EKR204CD, 7559-66118-2||Better Than Ezra||Good (CD, Maxi)||Elektra, Elektra, Elektra||EKR 204 CD, EKR204CD, 7559-66118-2||Germany||1995|
|2038||Better Than Ezra||Good (CD, Single, Promo)||WEA||2038||Spain||1995|
|PRCD 9119-2||Better Than Ezra||Good (CD, Single, Ltd, Promo)||Elektra||PRCD 9119-2||US||1995|
|7559-64428-2||Better Than Ezra||Good (CD, Single)||Elektra||7559-64428-2||US||1995|