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Still Life

From Angry Heads With Skyward Eyes

Ebullition 16

Released on December 24, 2002

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Still Life's classic double lp is finally available on cd format. The 11 tracks take up nearly 70 minutes. The lp booklet has been scaled down to cd size but otherwise is exactly the same as the lp version.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Empty Cage Voted #1  28%
2 Truth  6%
3 Walk Foundations Voted #3  17%
4 In Time  11%
5 A Song About Love Voted #2  28%
6 Kill No More  6%
7 Tomorrow Brings  0%
8 Minute Falling  6%
9 Sunrise Sunset  0%
10 Burning Like the Bridges Behind Us  0%
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Brian from Boise, ID 
Jan 31 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This one is a classic! There are no really bad songs on it, although the vocalist can be pretty annoying at first. Also, it sort of drags near the middle, but "A Song About Love" mercifully provides a slap in the face with a piano part that makes the song that much more powerful. And from there, everything is solid. Pick this one up.

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Mike from Springfield, IL 
Oct 31 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Some of the best and most passionate emo to come out of the early '90's. This band turned what could have been a simple little punk album about love and life into an one that with every paaing second goes deeper and deeper into the mind of themselves and the people and world surrounding them. Love and hate and societies ills are all discussed with neverending urgency and thoughtfulness. A reminder of how great the emo genre once was.

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Brad from Tucson, AZ 
Oct 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Hm. Well, this is officially my last day to review this cd. And so I will. It's a great album, very much in the vain of early emo bands. The songs are slow, generally, with a sad tone, and very emotional. The lyrics are quite a political and social criticism, but well written. The vocals are incredibly passionate, though rarely screamy. The bass lines are emphasized and particularly memorable; they have a distinct sound to them that is kind of what defines Still Life to me. This album is a very good price for the 70 minutes of music it offers, but the excess of music is also the only downside of it. Some of the songs get slightly boring, and a lot of them sound the same. Great stuff nonetheless, pick it up if you enjoy Navio Forge, Indian Summer, I Hate Myself, or Welcome the Plague Year.

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Nik from Manchester, NH 
Apr 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Before I bought this CD, all I'd heard from Still Life was the "Limitations, Boundaries, and Failures" LP, which was essentially a collection of odds and ends that doesn't really represent the band well. But "From Angry Heads With Skyward Eyes" is another story altogether. Since I received this disc in the mail two or three weeks ago, it hasn't left my CD player. I play it everywhere - at work, in the car, at home as I drift off to sleep. This isn't to say that "From Angry Heads" is perfect. The lyrics can seem a little, well, junior high school at times, and the musicianship seems rather rudimentary on the whole. But don't mistake those comments for complaints. Nay, the very same elements that could seem like drawbacks in the hands of any other band end up feeling like strengths with Still Life. All in all, I'd definately recommend this album to anyone in search of something imperfect, and refreshingly so. This album wears its heart on its sleeve, deficiencies and all, and is all the better for it.

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Petie from Alice, TX 
Feb 2 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an awsome it

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Hazel from Worthing, United Kingdom 
Jun 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is really powerful music. i can't really compare it to anything else. i only regret getting it on CD instead of vinyl, because the packaging is so amazing. i definitely recommend this.

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Bryan from Stevensville, MD 
Mar 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome album by an awesome legend, Still life have been come to be known as one of the biggest influences in the whole emo scene. With their chunky palm mute guitar riffs, bellowing singing with awesome melodies, From angry heads with skyward eyes is a masterpiece at its best. This whole album portrays what the whole emo scene was all about back in the early 90’s, very angst ridden but at the same time very charismatic. If you would like to know what the emo scene is really about. I recommend that you start off by buying this CD, it is indeed worth your time to listen to it and your money.

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Jacopo from Roma, Italy 
Feb 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best examples of emo-core in the vein of Rites Of Spring and Embrace. In other words, a record which is highly emotional and at the same time still sounds like you really can call it 'hardcore', which is not something I would say of the majority of what nowadays is referred to as emo-core...

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