Released in 1996, the indie rock trio Ruth Ruth deliver six masterful examples of pop songcraft, imbued with an electric edge provided by producer Brett Gurewitz. One of the highlights of this charming EP is the pop masterpiece "Jerome," an endearing ode to a moth that is bizarrely stirring. Elvis Costello like lyrical tales with more hooks than your dad's tackle box and Gurewitz's wall of sound production make this a rare, overlooked gem. One of Brett's personal favorites.
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The Little Death