Review by Darren Kerr
Like a beauty queen wearing cyanide lip gloss, these compelling songs are both beautiful and malicious, and Williamson's strong, haunting voice and astonishing range suit them perfectly. "Stephanie" is such a celestial song that you don't at first realize that it is a gripping account of abortion. "Get an Ulcer" is from some brilliantly staccato plane of existence, with its snippets of overdriven guitar and cunning lyrics ("the daughter, the diet, the frightened fat parent / just a little speed / that will keep you busy").
Someday this album will be revered as a milestone for Canadian music.
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