Urge Overkill

Urge Overkill



Urge Overkill is an alternative rock band, formed in Chicago, United States, consisting of Nathan Kaatrud, who took the stage name Nash Kato (vocals/guitar), and Eddie "King" Roeser (vocals/guitar/bass 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.[1]



Saturation is the fourth album by American alternative rock group Urge Overkill, released in 1993 and produced by the Butcher Bros.
Exit the Dragon
Exit the Dragon is the fifth album by American alternative rock group Urge Overkill.
Americicruiser is the second album by American alternative rock group Urge Overkill.
Rock & Roll Submarine
Rock & Roll Submarine is the sixth album by alternative rock band Urge Overkill.

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