- Author Existence Failure: Drummer Chase Lovelace died while recording the band's seventh album. Shortly afterward the band split up, nixing any opportunity for a replacement, and the five tracks from those sessions made it onto their farewell Greatest Hits Album instead.
- Breakthrough Hit: While "One Girl Revolution" is their most known song, Beauty From Pain was the album that started to give them a non-Christian Periphery Demographic.
- Creator Backlash: Unlike most bands, every song from a Superchick album session will end up on said album. Because of this, there are songs that Max just does not care for, like "Courage" and "Hero".
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: The now out of print version of Beauty from Pain contains alternate mixes of "We Live", "Anthem" and "Stories (Down to the Bottom)" not available anywhere else. In fact, "Stories" is just plain not available elsewhere in Superchick's discography! note
- Reclusive Artist: Max. Lampshaded when his official Superchick bio declared him missing, and theorized that he had been replaced with a robot double.
- Similarly Named Works: Saving Jane did not cover "One Girl Revolution". Their version is a completely different song.
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