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Editors’ Notes

Urge Overkill’s last album for Touch & Go happened to provide these Chicago underdogs with the fluke hit that defined their entire career. Their cover of “Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon” brought the band’s latent Neil Diamond fixation to the surface, and for all its familiarity, their version of the famous song sounded like nothing else on modern rock radio in the '90s. Even at an abbreviated six tracks, Stull might be the band’s defining statement. The groovy title song is the best driving music this car-bound band ever made. Meanwhile, the majestically mischievous “Goodbye to Guyville” teases Liz Phair while mimicking Neil Young.

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Stull's a great song stitches is super heavy for urge and barclords is cool buy this urge rocks


Formed: 1985 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few bands ever lusted after rock stardom quite as blatantly as Chicago's Urge Overkill. Although they draped their quest for stardom in a cloak of ironic detachment, it's quite clear the trio members expected that if they acted like stars, they would become stars. For a while, their stylish, retro-'70s outfits, matching medallions, and heavy Cheap Trick homages earned the group a popular following in alternative rock circles. The SuperSonic Storybook and the Stull EP were both underground hits in...
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