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From Time To Time...

by Uglyhead

Electronic noise and ambient drones, 8 tracks of pounding industrial rock.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Reach Out
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2. Corners
4:34 $0.99
3. Urp
2:48 $0.99
4. Deplore
5:55 $0.99
5. Gone
4:15 $0.99
6. Lost Forever
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7. Yes
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8. Stopped
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9. untitled
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Album Notes
In 1997 Jake Alejo set out to create an experimental music project that fused the raw sound of garage rock with the unlikely partner of heavily layered electronic sequencing. Through the use of unconventional recording techniques and extensive one-man multi-tracking, the first demo dawning the name of Uglyhead was created. The demo made its way to college radio specialty shows and immediately found an audience willing to embrace the harsh and visceral music.

As the Uglyhead recordings grew in popularity Alejo assembled a band of local musicians from the Pacific Northwest. Many shows followed containing re-workings of the original recordings that revealed a side of the project that was even more aggressive and abrasive than what was contained on the demo.

In 1999 Jake hand selected a team of musicians to aid in the recording of the first Uglyhead studio album. He wanted to maintain a rough edge to the album to go against the grain of all the slick electronic albums being produced at that time. In order to get the desired effect, Jake took on the daunting task of making an electronic album without the use of computers. The end result was a bludgeoning mix of analog synths, acoustic instruments and outboard samplers. The album sarcastically entitled "E.P" was released with 11 tracks in 2000 and well received by both fans and press.

Uglyhead went on to play many supporting shows for the album and continued to rework the studio versions of the songs for live presentation. After appearing on various compilations it was becoming more apparent that there was a huge difference between listening to a recording of Uglyhead and hearing the project Live.

The next step for Uglyhead was to record and release the live album "From time to time...". The album captures a moment in time in the constant evolution of the Uglyhead live performance. Alejo and crew extract a combination of previously released and album exclusive material that explodes out from waves of harsh and ambient noise. "From time to time..." is a way for Uglyhead fans to relive the unique experience of hearing Uglyhead live as well as a document of Uglyhead’s continued development and an indication of the musical boundaries that they continue to push.



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st. joseph's

Best, most innovative, awesome new cd in years; get it while you can
This CD is amazing. Can't even be described in the English language. Check it out for yourself.


this cd is great
this cd is awesome, its really rocking but also really crazy and weird, plus its super heavy, but guitar heavyness but also really heavy in the electronic deptartment.


UGLYHEAD ROCKS, if you have listen to this cd there is something wrong with you!
This Cd fucking rocks!!! I should know I'm the devil! you should buy this cd because I know you well LOVE it!!


A CD you can listen to over and over and play for your friends.
This CD does not play like a live album. Typically I have to be in the mood for something live, however "From Time to Time" exists in my regular rotation. It's very nicely put together and I dont think that it's just for established fans of the Uglyhead. The music is unique, heavy, and abstract, yet palatable enough for almost anyone, the songs on this album will find a place on your shuffle and in your heart.


Too hard for me, but good for most
From Time To Time at times seems to be the equivelant of 30 years of postal service bottled up without going postal and all vented on one cd. It's rage, frustration, really a full range of emotion slammed with full force through a mixing board and onto this kickass disc. I'm not a huge fan of Slipknot and NIN, so it's a bit harder than my tastes, but I've definitely caught myself slamming the crap out of my steering wheel and headbanging until my seat feels like its going to break on my way to work. To say the least it's worth checking out. I saw From Time to Time the laser show and I've seen Uglyhead live many times. I've never seen another concert where legs get broken, walls get smashed and people leave knowing they've had an experience they will not forget. The moshpit is definitely survival of the fittest in this one. People just get into it...nobody's to blame, it's just that awsome.

Mike from Stereodeath

Real, homegrown industrial.
This sounds like the album that Nine Inch Nails never recorded. Its got such a dark electronic vibe but all or most of the music is analog, which is a rarety in modern music. Overall great album.


Massive. Dynamic. Intense. Abrasive. Fun.
Like the soundtrack of a death-defying horror movie, or the cadence of a blissful rage, From Time To Time... is a beautiful album that represents Uglyhead and its genius to a T.


i like this recording a lot. this music is really experimental so it's hard to categorize in a certein genre but it definitely has the feeling of ministry, skinny puppy, and some other great industrial bands. im not really an industrial listener,,, but this cd is really great so I recommend this to any music fannnnnnnnnnnn