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Life Is Killing Me
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Category: Gothic Metal
Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: RR 8438-2
Peter Steele vocals, bass, guitars, keyboards|
Kenny Hickey guitars, vocals
Josh Silver keyboards, backing vocals
Johnny Kelly drums, backing vocals
|1. ||Thir13teen ||1:07|
|2. ||I Don't Wanna Be Me ||5:09|
|3. ||Less than Zero (<0) ||5:26|
|4. ||Todd's Ship Gods (Above All Things) ||4:10|
|5. ||I Like Goils ||2:35|
|6. ||...A Dish Best Served Coldly ||7:14|
|7. ||How Could She? ||7:35|
|8. ||Life Is Killing Me ||6:35|
|9. ||Nettie ||4:47|
|10. ||(We Were) Electrocute ||6:38|
|11. ||IYDKMIGTHTKY (Gimme That) ||6:21|
|12. ||Angry Inch ||3:39|
|13. ||Anesthesia ||6:41|
|14. ||Drunk in Paris ||1:27|
|15. ||The Dream Is Dead ||5:08|
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|Total Running Time:|| 74:32|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 24, 2022 at 17:08|
|Life Is Killing Me is sort of a "return to the roots," as there are several faster, punkier songs that we've not heard the likes of since Bloody Kisses. These include the snide "I Like Goils" and the first single "I Don't Wanna Be Me." Elsewhere, "How Could She," "Anesthesia" and the title track are prime, doomy Type O. Also making a return is the band's sense of humor, as "Goils" addresses the rumors about Pete's sexuality, and "How Could She" deals with romantic rejection by cartoon characters. Still, I have to admit that by the time these final two albums came out, it was beginning to feel like Type O Negative's time had
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 24, 2022 at 17:12|
|... passed. Both discs had plenty of worthwhile moments for big fans, but neither is as essential as the three that came before. Kind of the same feeling you got from Reinventing The Steel or, it pains me to say, later Amon Amarth.
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