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Urge Overkill - Stull EP MP3

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Performer: Urge Overkill
Title: Stull EP
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 30 Oct 2015
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Punk
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Catalog #: TG86CD
Label: Touch And Go


1Stull (Part I)5:25
2Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Composed By – N. Diamond
3What's This Generation Coming To?2:44
4Goodbye To Guyville4:48
5(Now That's) The Barclords3:34
Composed By – A. Milman


  • Arranged By, PerformerUrge Overkill
  • Bass, VocalsKing Roeser
  • Composed ByUrge Overkill (tracks: 2, 4 to 6)
  • Guitar, VocalsNational Kato
  • Other [Styling] – MEREDITH 900
  • Percussion, VocalsBlackie Onassis
  • Photography By [Color U.R.G.E. Photo]Michael Lavine
  • Photography By [Still From "The Candidate"]J. Crump
  • Photography By [Studio Photo]Macioce Photography
  • Photography By [Stull Photo]Suzanne Johnson
  • ProducerKramer , Urge Overkill


The spine gives the full title as "The Urge Overkill Stull EP".

Tracks 4 and 5 were previously available through the Sub Pop Singles Club as SP 109.

Produced at Noise New Jersey.

1: Tallyrand Music BMI
2, 4 to 6: King/Kato, Ltd. BMI.

© 1992 Urge Overkill ℗ 1992 Touch And Go Records.

Disc: Made in Canada
Printed on rear insert: Printed in Canada
Clear/white sticker on back of jewel case: Made in Canada

Issued in standard jewel case with front and rear inserts, black disc tray.


  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Copyright (c) – Urge Overkill
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Touch And Go Records
  • Produced At – Noise New Jersey
  • Published By – Tallyrand Music
  • Published By – King/Kato, Ltd.


Stull is the second extended play by the alternative rock band Urge Overkill. It was released in 1992 and would be the band's final major release on independent label Touch and Go Records. The EP's title and cover are direct references to Stull Cemetery, located just west of Lawrence, Kansas. Since the 1970s, urban legends have been spread that the cemetery is one of the seven portals to Hell. Stull also includes a cover of Neil Diamond's song Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon, which would later be re. Stull - Part 1. Urge Overkill. SC Distribution от лица компании Touch and Go Records BMG Rights Management US, LLC, CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 2. SC Distribution от лица компании Touch and Go Records и другие авторские общества 1. Stull - Urge Overkill. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Urge Overkill Stull EP Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon, Stull Part I and more. 6 tracks 21:49. Stull - EP. Alternative , . Stull EP. Released 1992. Stull EP Tracklist. Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon Lyrics. Stull Part 1 Lyrics. Stitches Lyrics. Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon, 03:09. Stull, Pt. Stitches, 02:09. Band Name Urge Overkill. Album Name Stull. Type EP. Released date 1992. Labels Touch And Go Records Roughneck Records Insipid Vinyl. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album1. Girl You'll Be a Woman Soon. Stull Part 1. Goodbye to Guyville. Buy this album. Learn more. Other productions from Urge Overkill. Rock & Roll Submarine. Exit the Dragon. It's not the full-throttle rock masterpiece that Supersonic Storybook suggested, but the Stull EP is almost as remarkable. Opening with a straight cover of Neil Diamond's Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon which fits Urge Overkill's image perfectly, the EP is an atmospheric guitar workout. While Stitches is a salute to their punk roots, the most impressive moments come during the stylish kiss-off to indie-rock Goodbye to Guyville and Stull, with its sly, laidback groove. Urge Overkill is an American alternative rock band, formed in Chicago, Illinois, United States, consisting of Nathan Kaatrud, who took the stage name Nash Kato vocalsguitar, and Eddie King Roeser vocalsguitarbass guitar. They are widely known for their song Sister Havana and their cover of Neil Diamond's Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon, which was notably used in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. Their first album since 1995, Rock & Roll Submarine, was released in 2011