This is the not-so-spectacular follow up to Indian Bingo's relatively spectacular Scatological which made it's way onto these pages a couple weeks ago. Less focused than it's predecessor, Overwrought doesn't necessarily live up to it's title, but that's more pro than con. Still sounding a helluva lot like Nice Strong Arm, Indian Bingo hit a demonstrably more lucid stride here, particularly on the delicate "Ice Cooler" and "Worm," the latter containing a bit of dialog from Charlotte's Web. Conversely, the proceedings get downright aggressive on the muscular opener "Ramos," and later, "Porcelain." Jazzy guitar melees spice up "My Leg's Numb" and "Father Thinks the World of Me," but at the end of the day the debut wins out. Feel free to read what Allmusic had to say.
02. Ice Cooler
03. My Leg's Numb
04. I Hate Your Guts
06. Father Thinks the World of Me
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