Stull is a 1992 EP by Urge Overkill, capturing their grungy rock sound in perfect murky detail. The six tracks mostly sound like an anguished howl, a release. Also contains the one Urge Overkill song that everyone knows (from the Pulp Fiction soundtrack), ‘Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon’. Reissued 10” on Touch And Go.
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Super limited reissue 10" EP on Touch and Go.
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9/10 Jack 12th November 2015
Most people will be familiar with the cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl, You'll be a Woman Soon," which featured prominently in Pulp Fiction, but it's just one of several strong tracks comprising this amazing EP. My favourite is probably "Now That's the Barclords," which is close in spirit to "Sister Havana," by far the best song on their subsequent album Saturation. Both songs sound like distillations of the best of 70's AOR radio, swaggering, bristling with hooks, self-conscious lounge music amplified to arena-rock bombast.
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