6 Songs, 21 Minutes

TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
3 Ratings
3 Ratings
stan_1978 ,

Review

So I been listening to this for about a week now and felt that maybe I should write a review and go song by song. Here goes....
The Neil Diamond cover of "Girl you'll be a woman soon" is the best track on the EP. It captures a rebirth of cool perfectly in the way that it has a feel of another era if not another place in time. The song appears on the 'Pulp Fiction' soundtrack also. Of course if you are here you already know that. 10/10 perfect song hands down.
Stull part 1 is a in studio jam type song. It's almost as if it was recorded on the spot. The lyrics are a spoof on the folklore that stull graveyard is a gateway to hell. Good ol' Stull Kansas. Descent song 7/10
Stitch is a cover of a punk song. 6/10
What's this generation coming to? Is okay but not great. Could be better. 5/10
'Barclords' is by far the worst song on this. It's lack luster is inexcusable. It sounds like a insurance company's radio jingle. You can even replace the lyrics with this is Allstate. Or we are Farmers. Or anything for a law firm advertisement. And so on and so on. I wonder why I even downloaded it. 0/10
'Guyville' is a great closer to this. If 'Barclords' was a letdown this picks up where it left off. It's a typical 90's tune that sounds as if it was designed as a 70's classic. If Liz Phair named an album for it, then that should say something. Very cool but still nowhere near as cool as the EP's opener. But, cool nonetheless. 8.5/10
Overall a decent album. However, my advice is to get the 'Pulp Fiction' soundtrack or just 'Girl you'll be a woman soon.' You probably would be better off.

More By Urge Overkill

You May Also Like