Starry Eyes/Stupid (1992)

starry There was only one outtake from the Mutiny sessions,  a song called “No One Can Be That Stupid.” It came out as the B-side of the album’s second single, a cover of the Records’ “Starry Eyes” (with verses re-written so it’s about TMJ-specific trials and tribulations). The single tanked, and though the band made a video for “In Perpetuity,” the label was basically done promoting the album as a result — TMJ’s tenure on Giant Records officially ended several months later.  You can still buy “Starry Eyes” as part of Mutiny at most digital retailers.