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Menace to Sobriety is the second album by Ugly Kid Joe. It was released in 1995. The album title is an allusion to the movie Menace II Society. Milkman's Son" and "Tomorrow's World" were released as singles. Music videos were released for "Tomorrow's World", "Milkman's Son", and "Cloudy Skies". God" (Whitfield Crane, Klaus Eichstadt, Dave Fortman) – 2:54.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This is a heavy, snarling, full-throated roar of a rock album. The addition of Shannon Larkin to the lineup not only improves the group's songwriting, his drum skills allow the rest of the band to be able to lay their ears back and just let it rip. From the opening of the nearly 2 minute intro through the first few songs, it is clear that this is NOT the happy, goofy Ugly Kid Joe of their first release.
Listen to music from Ugly Kid Joe like Cats in the Cradle, Everything About You & more. Ugly Kid Joe is a rock band which formed in Isla Vista, California, United States in 1989. The band's name is a parody of the band Pretty Boy Floyd. The band made a name for themselves in the early 1990s with their mix of satire and hard rock/metal sound.
On their second full-length album, California's rattiest pop-metal scuzzbags let their dim light shine. When they made it big with "Everything About You," everything about Ugly Kid Joe screamed "one-hit wonder," but on Menace to Sobriety the bandmembers prove they're not going to let their 15 minutes go quietly. Forget the pop, Menace is UKJ's metal offering. Out come the Sabbath references, the monster grooves, and the snarly vocals: This is as ugly as they got. The band's schoolyard sense of humor is still intact, and here the Joe backs it up with the. In 1992, the rock band Ugly Kid Joe included a cover of Cats in the Cradle on their debut album Americas Least Wanted. The cover was issued as a single in 1993 and peaked at six on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also peaked at three on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.