For true NOMEANSNO fans
homeytheclown | Washington, DC | 05/31/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The cover art is disturbing as usual, but par for the course to any true NOMEANSNO afficionado.The first two tracks are the best--great riffs and songs that build in intensity and max out at the end--kind of like sex.The last track was annoying at first, but its true value becomes more apparent through repetitive listening. The two drum set combination is something you'll never hear anywhere else.Its great to have a band that deals w/ real existentialist dilemmas in a manner that's inspiring--not depressing."
James Brittain | Winfield, IL United States | 08/07/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"What could be better, right? NoMeansNo covering a Residents tune. For trivia's sake, the song "Would we be Alive" is from the Residents album "Intermission." This is probably the best song on this EP, although the other three songs are worth the price themselves. Probably not the best for newcomers to this great band (start with Dance of the Headless Bourgeoisie, or One), but definitly worth getting to fill out your collection a bit. Check out the Residents too, for something unlike anything you've ever heard before."