I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business was the side project of Arthur "Ace" Enders, lead singer and guitarist of The Early November. The self-titled album is the only planned official release under the name I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business. The project spawned from Enders' desire to make music different from The Early November. Background noises, such as a television playing, are heard throughout the album until the eleventh track, "End of Background Noise" to symbolize the background noises in one's daily life. The main image in the album artwork is a yard rake, which symbolically counters the maple leaf that is associated with The Early November. The last track, "Salvy", is named after Enders' grandfather. The song "The Best Happiness Money Can Buy" appeared in a movie trailer for Must Love Dogs. Enders is still signed to Drive-Thru Records, and is now working on a solo project known as Ace Enders and A Million Different People.
I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business (2004)
Their cover of the song "Positively 4th Street" appears on Listen to Bob Dylan: A Tribute (2005), a tribute album.
Arthur 'Ace' Enders - Vocals/Guitar/Songwriter
Chris Badami - Drums
Bill Lugg - Slide Guitar
Jeff Kummer - Touring Bassist
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