Six Ugly

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Six Ugly
Sixugly.jpg
EP by Dir En Grey
Released July 31, 2002
Recorded Studio Greenbird, Hi.t Sound, Omega A,T, Hatsudai Studio, Studio Fine, G-Rec Studio
Length 25:54
Language Japanese, English
Label Firewall Div./SMEJ
Producer Dir En Grey
Dir En Grey chronology
Kisou
(2002)Kisou2002
Six Ugly
(2002)
Vulgar
(2003)Vulgar2003

Six Ugly (stylized six Ugly) is an EP released by Dir En Grey on July 31, 2002. Its packaging features several references to American popular culture, such as the Universal Monsters and the band's name being written in the Coca-Cola font, along with the EP's sound being more akin to contemporary western metal than the band's previous releases. The first press limited release came housed in a paper digipack case along with a secret lyrics booklet hidden within the inside flap. The songs "Byou Shin" and "Children" are re-recordings of tracks from the Missa EP and the "Taiyou no Ao" single respectively.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Kyo.

No. Title Music Length
1. "Mr. Newsman" Die 3:52
2. "Ugly" Shinya 4:54
3. "Hades" Kyo 3:24
4. "Umbrella" Shinya 4:06
5. "Children" Die 4:01
6. "Byou Shin" (秒「」深) Kaoru 5:37

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "six Ugly". 藍紫色 跡地. Retrieved 7 February 2016. 
  2. ^ six Ugly (CD liner). Dir En Grey. Japan: Firewall Div. 2002. SFCD-0015.