|Studio album by|
|Released||September 16, 2008|
|Recorded||Late 2007-Early 2008|
|Label||Eleven Seven Music, Atlantic|
|Producer||Marti Frederiksen, Buckcherry|
|Singles from Black Butterfly|
|Los Angeles Times|
Black Butterfly is the fourth studio album by American hard rock band Buckcherry. The album was released on September 12, 2008 in Japan, Canada, and the United Kingdom while being released on September 16 in the United States. It had been in production since late 2007. The limited fan edition was included with two demo songs, "Nothing" and "Stayin' High". Along with the bonus songs, the case came with a year free membership to the Buckcherry Fan Club, "Buckcherry's Bomb Squad".
The songs "Rescue Me" and "Don't Go Away" were eventually placed on the band's MySpace page. "Rescue Me" was released for download in the video game series Rock Band . "Don't Go Away" was selected as the second single to be released from the album.
Vocalist Josh Todd has mentioned that the songs "Rescue Me" and "A Child Called "It"" were both inspired by the Dave Pelzer book, A Child Called "It" . "There were times when I had to put the book down because the abuse of this boy was so bad, but I felt like the book found me… I was compelled to write this song out of inspiration from this guy’s incredible journey."
"Rescue Me" was used as the official theme song for the WWE Judgment Day 2009 pay-per view.
|1.||"Rescue Me"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson, James Ashhurst, Steve Dacanay||3:12|
|2.||"Tired of You"||Todd, Nelson, Marti Frederiksen, Dacanay||3:07|
|3.||"Too Drunk..." (replaced with a cover of "Highway Star" in the re-released version/"clean" version (originally featured on the 1972 album Machine Head by the British rock band Deep Purple .)||Todd, Nelson, Dacanay||4:02|
|4.||"Dreams"||Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst||3:51|
|5.||"Talk to Me"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen||3:28|
|6.||"A Child Called "It""||Todd, Nelson||2:55|
|7.||"Don't Go Away"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen||3:49|
|9.||"Rose"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen||3:53|
|10.||"All of Me"||Todd, Nelson||3:45|
|11.||"Imminent Bail Out"||Todd, Nelson||3:11|
|12.||"Cream"||Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst||3:34|
|Limited Fan Club Edition|
|14.||"Stayin' High" (Demo)||4:01|
|Canada (Music Canada)||Gold||40,000^|
^shipments figures based on certification alone
|U.S. Billboard 200||8|
|U.S. Billboard Top Rock Albums||3|
|Canadian Albums Chart||6|
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