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  • Audio CD (8 May 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN: B000000H5R
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 147,500 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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By Kingcrimsonprog TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 29 Dec. 2014
Format: Audio CD
1995’s Ugly is the second full-length studio album by the New York band Life Of Agony. It was produced by Steve Thompson and released through Roadrunner Records.

It must have been damn hard to follow up their amazing, one-of-a-kind, conceptual, brutal debut album River Runs Red, and there are a segment of fans who argue they never adequately did, but for me, this album is an absolutely stormer too.

Musically, this album is a pretty interesting hybrid. Its got a touch of Ross Robinson Nu Metal flavour in the way some of the riffs work, its still got a hangover of the band’s NYHC roots but dialled back a bit, there’s touches of Doom, Stoner and Grunge in there at times but not enough to take over the whole album. It’s a pretty unique beast, and there’s plenty of variety on there to further add to the melting pot.

The lyrics on this album are absolutely brilliant. Kind of intense and emotionally weighty. There are topics of disillusionment, alienation, isolation, identity crisis, quarter-life crisis, complex relationships with family members and other such introspection. I know some people hate anything personal and deem anything like this to be “too emo” but in context and in and of itself, the lyrical quality of this album is sky high. Considering the life course of Keith (now Mina) Caputo, the lyrics just have such power and import and really “speak to you.” Topped off with really powerful, evocative and harrowing vocal performances that really project the message of the lyrics, its pretty intense stuff.

Songs like “Lost At 22,” “Damned If I Do” and “How It Would Be” all fell pretty damn profound. It also helps that the musical quality of the album is equally high.
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This is quite simply a phenomenonally good album, you don’t need me to go on about it. Suffice to say, some very average but strangely successful bands (Stain’d to mention one) would sell their mothers to be able to write an album that blends hard rock with emotional content as seamlessly as this does. The first three songs (Season, I Regret, Lost At 22) are amongst the best emo-rock songs ever recorded, whilst Unstable is simply heartbreaking. An absolute must, and if you can track down the limited edition tin of the album, it’s worth the effort for the bonus songs, including a cover of Bob Marley’s Redemption Song.
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After the bleak, hardcore-infuenced debut album "River Runs Red", Life of Agony have returned and tweaked their sound a little bit, although they still haven't cheered up! "Ugly" sees the band leaving behind their suicidal teenage years and entering the world of adulthood. The songs all reflect the feelings of fear, confusion and anger that we have all felt at one time, and this is where Life of Agony excel - managing to put these feelings into words and music and saying what we would all like to say. "Lost At 22" and the title track both deal with being unable to conform to society, while "How It Would Be" sees vocalist Keith Caputo open his heart about his mother's death and giving what will probably be the vocal performance of his career. Also included is a cover of Simple Mind's "Don't You Forget About Me" which sees the band turn an upbeat pop song into a depressing whine. Music to kill people to - Fantastic!
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...I mean that I saw them live back in '95 and bought the CD too.
It is great emotional hardcore/metal/rock that gets stuck in your head.
Great singing (even though I prefer whisky soaked vocals) and crunching guitars.
I love hardcore music like Stigmata, No Innocent Victim, Ryker's but this is something out of the ordinary and refers to my first sentence.
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