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This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications. Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (July 2010) Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children Studio album by Mushroomhead Released September 28, 2010 Recorded 2009-2010, Filthy Hands Studio Genre Alternative metal, industrial metal, doom metal, alternative music, heavy metal, electro-industrial Length 49:32 Label Megaforce Producer Steve Felton Professional reviews Allmusic link link The Marshalltown Chronicle link Mushroomhead chronology Savior Sorrow (2006) Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children (2010) Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children[1] is the seventh studio album by alternative metal band Mushroomhead. The album was released on September 28, 2010 by Megaforce Records. The first single from the album is the song, "Come On" which was released on August 16, 2010.[2] On August 31, 2010, "Come On" was released uncensored on iTunes. The video of their first single "Come On" was premiered on Headbangers Ball on September 27th, hosted by Mushroomhead themselves.[3][4] Contents 1 Album title 2 Reception 3 Track listing 4 Personnel 5 References 6 External links // Album title As stated by the band members themselves, in an interview with MTV, the album title is inspired by the late 80's comic book of the same name. According to the band, they wanted the album title to reflect the nature of the songs themselves, and the title came once they incorporated the visual elements of the project.[5][6] Reception After its first week of sales, the album debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard Indie chart, and No. 44 overall selling over 11,000 copies the first week.[7] Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Come On"   4:07 2. "Inspiration"   3:46 3. "Slaughterhouse Road"   3:41 4. "I'll Be Here"   4:36 5. "Burn the Bridge"   5:10 6. "Holes in the Void" (Feat. Joe Altier) 4:45 7. "Harvest the Garden"   4:34 8. "The Harm You Do"   4:06 9. "Your Demise"   4:21 10. "The Feel"   3:50 11. "Darker Days"   3:46 12. "Do I Know You?"   2:46 [8] Personnel Jeffrey Nothing - vocals, lyrics Waylon - vocals, lyrics Gravy - lead and rhythm guitar Pig Benis - bass Shmotz - keyboards Skinny - drums, percussion, producer ST1TCH - turntables, samples, and electronics Lil' Dan - percussion References ^ MUSHROOMHEAD To Release 'Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children' In September ^ MUSHROOMHEAD's 'Come On' Single To Go For Radio Adds Next Month ^ MUSHROOMHEAD Video Teaser And Press Release » Metal Crotch ^ "Mushroomhead - Come On Music Video, featured On Megaforce Records Official Youtube Channel". 2010-10-06. Retrieved 2010-10-06.  ^ "Mushroomhead MTV Interview Part 2". 2010-10-06. Retrieved 2010-10-06.  ^ "Mushroomhead interview on Headbangers Ball". 2010-09-27. Retrieved 2010-09-27.  ^ ^ MUSHROOMHEAD: New Album Artwork, Track Listing Unveiled External links Official website v · d · eMushroomhead Waylon · Jeffrey Nothing · Pig Benis · Gravy · ST1TCH · Skinny · Shmotz · Lil' Dan J. Mann · Bronson · J.J. Righteous · Mr. Murdernickel · Dinner · DJ Virus Studio albums Mushroomhead · Superbuick · M3 · XX · XIII · Savior Sorrow · Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children Remix albums Remix · Remix 2000 Singles "Solitaire/Unraveling" · "Before I Die" · "Along the Way" · "Sun Doesn't Rise" · "Crazy" · "Kill Tomorrow" · "Simple Survival" · "12 Hundred" · "Just Pretending" · "Damage Done"  · "Come On" Compilations XX DVD Volume 1 · Volume Two Related articles Discography · The Alter Boys · Hatrix · Pitch Black Forecast