The title track of this EP, "Oh My Goth!", is simply an awesome industrial song and almost justifies getting this EP just for it alone, but not quite. Too bad the rest of the songs on the EP, mostly remixes of the title track, are far from notable, and that's putting it kindly. The suppossedly remastered version of the title track has abominable sound quality, too, with excessive clipping that causes some harsh, bright artifacts to show up in the song that can make this song painful to listen to on a lot of audio equipment. This song demands to be cranked up but the clipping puts a damper on that. It's obvious the song was mastered only to be loud which is a shame because if it had decent sound quality it'd be so much more enjoyable to listen to. I don't know whether to blame Cleopatra Records, who consistently seems to come out with poorly mastered CDs, or Rommel Regulacion himself, although I'm more inclined toward the former. But nonetheless, I enjoy listening to this song a lot and it is one of my favourite industrial songs. The EP's cost doesn't justify getting it for one song, especially given the poor sound quality on it.