Left of Self-Centered is Butch Walker's debut album, released on July 9, 2002 on BMG/Arista Records.
The Japanese release of the album featured a "Queen Medley", recorded live in Atlanta, Georgia, as a bonus track. … see full wiki
One of the best albums for my generation. I don't even know if I can be impartial about this album as I love it that much, but I'll give it my best attempt.
The Good: Butch Walker says all the things I've been thinking. He speaks of how Suburbia isn't as perfect as you might think from the outside looking inward, but he also gives you hope in the mockery of music in a ProTools kind of world. It sounds gritty yet refined. He reminds you why you loved Marvelous 3 in the early 90s and why you love him now.
During the time of this album, lots of artists were talking about the same thing. It was a complete group of angsty people hating on their childhood/high school. However, you've got to write what your audience wants and what you know. I think that out of this musical era, this was one of the better albums.