Urge Overkill’s STULL EP Reissued on Limited Edition White Vinyl – 10/30/2015
Twenty three years after its original release, and over 20 years since Uma Thurman famously lip-synced to the Urge Overkill cover of “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon”, we are pleased to reissue the long out-of-print Urge Overkill Stull 10″ vinyl EP on October 30, 2015! And, yes, the version of “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” on the Stull EP is the same version used by director Quentin Tarantino in the 1994 cult classic Pulp Fiction.
Order now from Touch and Go Records HERE. Limited Edition White vinyl is available exclusively from the Touch and Go Records webstore. A forever faithful black vinyl is also available. All versions include a digital download coupon.
Indie Rock Legends re-em-URGE!
Stylish outfits, matching medallions, outrageous attitudes, (and a band name taken from a Parliament song) earned the group a popular following on indie label Touch and Go records. Urge’s “The Supersonic Storybook” album is on Spin magazine’s 20 Best Albums of 1991, and The Stull EP features the song “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon”, which was discovered by Quentin Tarantino and immortalized in a seminal scene in the movie “Pulp Fiction.”
Rock An Roll Submarine
Urge Overkill’s first studio album in over 15 years!
“Rock & Roll Submarine finds them sounding like themselves, which is refreshing if only because no one else does. Nash Kato once sang, “only booze improves with age,” on all-time tearjerker “View of the Rain”, but as vocalists, he and King Roeser come off the rack perfectly intact… Submarine charges head-down with one-take immediacy, lean and strictly business.” – Pitchfork 2011