Dead Yuppies

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Dead Yuppies
Studio album by Agnostic Front
Released September 25, 2001
Recorded Big Blue Meenie Studios,
Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Genre Hardcore punk, crossover thrash
Length 29:11
Label Epitaph Records
Producer Roger Miret
Agnostic Front chronology
Riot, Riot, Upstart
(1999)
Dead Yuppies
(2001)
Working Class Heroes
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Dead Yuppies is the seventh full-length studio album from New York hardcore band, Agnostic Front. It was released in September, 2001 on Epitaph Records and follows 1999's Riot, Riot, Upstart. Due to the title, the release of the album was delayed in America and a sticker was placed on the cover by the record company in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attack.

The track "Love to be Hated" appears on a volume of Epitaph Records' Punk-O-Rama compilation series, but the band left the label shortly after release and recorded a split album with Discipline, Working Class Heroes, in 2002 before signing to Nuclear Blast Records in 2004.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "I Wanna Know"   2:21
2. "Out of Reach"   2:01
3. "Everybody's a Critic"   1:15
4. "Liberty"   2:44
5. "Club Girl"   1:41
6. "Uncle Sam"   1:48
7. "Urban Decadence"   1:56
8. "Love to Be Hated"   2:13
9. "No Mercy"   1:34
10. "Politician"   2:08
11. "Pedophile"   2:27
12. "Alright"   2:31
13. "Dead Yuppies"   2:47
14. "Standing on My Own"   1:45
Total length:
29:11

Personnel[edit]

Agnostic Front
Production

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