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Mina Caputo (born Keith Caputo) is a singer/songwriter from Brooklyn, NY, best known as the lead singer of the alternative metal band Life of Agony. Caputo is also a well established solo artist, especially in Europe. She has toured with numerous well-known bands such as Coldplay and Travis. As of 2015, Caputo has released four full length albums, namely Died Laughing (2000), Hearts Blood On Your Dawn (2006), A Fondness For Hometown Scars (2008) and As Much Truth As One Can Bear (2013). Other releases include Died Laughing Pure (2001), Perfect Little Monsters (2002) and Live Monsters (2004). She describes her solo music as 'edgy romance in the medium of rock ‘n’ roll'. In contrast to the heavy sound of Life of Agony, the majority of Caputo's solo efforts are more in the range of acoustic to soft rock. Her lyrics are known to be very personal with a wide variety of themes. Next to being the lead vocalist for the band Life of Agony, she is known to write the majority of the band's lyrics (together with bass player Alan Robert), and has been known to write some of their music. Caputo has lent her vocals for the song 'Tired N' Lonely' off Roadrunner United's The AllStar Sessions and has sung for the band Freax. More recently, she has provided vocals for Within Temptation's single 'What Have You Done'. In 2011, after performing for more than twenty years as Keith Caputo, she announced her transition from male to female, and performs under the name Mina Caputo Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.