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Curl Up and Die formed in Las Vegas NV in 1998. The name was taken off a roadside advertisment "Gena's Curl Up And Dye Hair Salon". At first theband started as a joke, but after the success of their self-released demo the band became serious. First signing to Status Recordsto release the ep "The Only Good Bug Is A Dead Bug", then later to Revelation Records to release their first full length,"Unfortunately We're Not Robots". The band later released two more eps through Revelation which could be hailed as their bestwork. Cleverly titled EP's "We May Be Through With The Past..." and the sist ...read more

Curl Up and Die formed in Las Vegas NV in 1998. The name was taken off a roadside advertisment "Gena's Curl Up And Dye Hair Salon". At first theband started as a joke, but after the success of their self-released demo the band became serious. First signing to Status Recordsto release the ep "The Only Good Bug Is A Dead Bug", then later to Revelation Records to release their first full length,"Unfortunately We're Not Robots". The band later released two more eps through Revelation which could be hailed as their bestwork. Cleverly titled EP's "We May Be Through With The Past..." and the sister ep "...But The Past Aint Through With Us" can beseen as a bookend collection of some of the most original and technical musicianship to come out of the underground sinceConverge. The lyrics, written by vocalist Mike Minnick, are also a huge part of why the band is so unique. Lyrics that actually meansomething, much less take on a poetic form, is a rarety in this scene. To much disapointment, the band parted ways shorty afterreleasing their second full length "The One Above All, The End Of All That Is". But no one will forget the ingenious song titles,incredible originality, and seemingly impossible musicianship this band possessed. « hide

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LPs
The One of Above All, The End of All
2005

3.9
45 Votes
Unfortunately We're Not Robots
2002

3.7
50 Votes
EPs
The Only Good Bug Is A Dead Bug
2004

3.1
17 Votes
But The Past Ain't Through With Us
2003

3.4
12 Votes
We May Be Through With The Past...
2003

3.7
9 Votes

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