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European EP from the acclaimed singer/songwriter. Super D features a cover of 'Get Your Hands Off My Woman' backed with new tracks 'Kalamazoo', 'Adelaide' & 'Rent a Cop,' with a live version of the late Ray Charles' 'Them That Got'. Epic.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This ones good March 4 2005
By The Jerk - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The final EP in a three EP series, this ones the best. From

the opening hillarious rocker, " get your hands off my woman",

a cover of the darkness, although a bit odd to cover something

so recent, ben folds pulls it off like a pro. The other cover,

"them they got", preformed live, from ray charles is great too.

Short, but ben folds admits to not knowing the rest.

The remaning three songs are excellent done

in ben folds style and sarcasim. " kalamazoo"

great, " adelaine" is really catchy, " rent a cop" is funny.

Can be a little pricey, anywhere from $25 to $35, because

this is so rare if you can find it, but totally

worth it! The other EP "sunny 16", not worth your time.

But, " speed graphic" is. For a more in-depth review

on this EP and the other two, go to

[...] to read notes

from ben folds himself.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Pretty Darn Awsome. Sept. 2 2004
By D. Nelson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This little EP, while not Folds' best, is pretty sweet. The first track has one of the best solos he's ever recorded, besides being about the funniest thing I've heard all day. The 2nd track is made interesting for it's weird discoish string thing. The third track is probably the least good, it's a little boaring and reptitive. As is the next track, but it makes up for it in humor and style. The last song is a cover of a Ray Charles song, short but well done. A nice tribute. All and all a good album.

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