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2 stars This EP was released in 1996 as a companion release to the album Machine Fish, which was the Galactic Cowboys' first album with new guitarist Wally Farkas. This EP includes the song Feel the Rage from the aforementioned Machine Fish. The highlight of this album is the previously unreleased Paradigm Shift, which tracks in at over 7 minutes. It is followed by two interesting cover songs I Want You from Kiss, and Junior's Farm from Paul McCartney. These are followed by two live tracks from Machine Fish, Idle Minds and 9th of June. These are interesting from the standpoint that the Galactic Cowboys have, as of yet, not released a live album, so these are the only two released live tracks from them, as far as I know. The last song on the album, Grandmother's Coffin, is not listed on the album cover and only clocks in at 44 seconds. This last track is pretty much a throwaway track.

This EP clocks in at just over a half an hour. The music is good and being an EP can be found on the internet for a really cheap price. For someone looking to get into the Galactic Cowboys this might be an affordable introduction into the band. Overall, however, I am rating this with 2 stars as it is, like with most EPs, most likely only something that will appeal to a fan or a collector.

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