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  • Vinyl (16 Dec. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Drag City
  • ASIN: B00GJQ4T6K
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Format: Vinyl
In 2014, we live in a sanitized, anodyne, politically correct world where any kind of ideology or art which differs from Western groupthink is not only frowned upon, but in effect, forced out of the societal conversation.

Yet there remains a small but dwindling bastion of intellectual and recreational freedom and it comes in the form of the Underground Piss scene. Now I will not be divulging what goes on in these clubs to non-members but needless to say these are places where real men can go to express themselves, have a good time and often listen to good music.

One of the stalwarts of the scene has been the Yellow River Boys, though they have gone through numerous line-up changes over the years. This album captures some of the true classics which the band has put out over the years and gives you an experience so hot and wet, you could almost believe you were sitting in the Interstate-95 Truck Stop Gentleman's Piss Club back in the day.

The rollicking 'Hot Piss' makes a bold statement to kick off the album, which establishes a devil may care attitude, which is further developed later in the album by 'Piss Me Off'.

While the album has several of the aforementioned sock-rockers, one cannot forget the touching ballads which show a lighter side of the band. 'Slurp It Up' serves as a triumph of the human spirit, this is a track which will fill radio station for decades to come.
That said, the hottest track on the band first studio recording is the tearjerker 'Someone to Piss On Me'. I defy anyone to not be filled up with emotion or liquid after hearing this.

Downsides: The inclusion of the track 'Mr Mudd' is something of an insult to the community.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I KNOW YOU WANT IT! I WANT IT TOO! 30 Oct. 2014
By Elderhutchy - Published on
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Music that cuts to the core. Finally an album for the piss drinker enthusiast. I like to put on my headphones, fill up the dog bowl and gently slurp hot piss as the music fills my ear holes with classics like "Hot Piss Drinker", "Someone to Piss on Me", "Hot Piss", "Honkey Tonk Piss Club". The whole album is an absolute must have.

Seriously well produced and the arrangements are really good. The lyrical content, although weird, is hilariously great. It cracks me up.
5.0 out of 5 stars What can I say? This is an amazing album! 10 Jun. 2016
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What can I say? Music is subjective but if you like well made, well produced, well written music and you like anything Tim and/or Eric have done in the past then you will love this album. An entire album on the merits of drinking urine? If you told me that this would ever be made, let alone be an excellent album, I would have called you crazy! But yet, I cannot stop listening. It's fun, lighthearted, and a joy to listen to. If you like good music and comedy that doesn't take itself too seriously then this is the album for you. Great Job!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 14 July 2014
By danny - Published on
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The best album ever about piss drinkers
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not for the yellow at heart 20 Dec. 2013
By rob - Published on
Format: Vinyl
It's been officially out for several days, but as of this writing, I haven't been able to find a single pro-media attempt to actually review Urinal St. Station (putting aside Vice's "#1 album of 2013" honor, since it seems to have been granted purely on conceptual grounds). I don't blame clickbaiting year-end listmania, the imminent holidays, or some kind of industry persecution.

No, I suspect the silence is because Tim Heide- *cough* the Yellow River Boys have put out a record that is somewhere between pointless and impossible to review or critique.

Between the lyrical concept (chosen specifically for maximal gross absurdity), and the unblinkingly *earnest* album-length realization of that concept (in an overblown, generic vein of classic rock chosen specifically for its icky soullessness AND added gross absurdity), there's no possible angle of attack for would-be critics which would allow them to escape with any credibility. This album is meant to be loved BECAUSE of its total unlikeability.

_USS_ doesn't have much in common with earlier humor-in-music efforts by the same "parties," like _Cainthology_. Sure, some laughs are definitely present on a moment-by-moment level here. But really, by far, the biggest and best joke of all is that this album now exists, and-- should you buy it, as I did-- that you actually bought it. That's all by design.

Speaking purely from a technical standpoint, the Boys certainly don't disappoint in the musical-competency department. They've pulled out every stop to nail the authentically numb gloss and tepid two-or-three-chord banality of the targeted style / era. I can't stop picturing the backup singers' in-studio reaction to the words they've been asked to sing... but they give it their all, like the true pros they are. Positively smokin' lead guitar work throughout, no joke. To listen to this album two or three times is to put yourself at serious future risk of singing the chorus to, say, "Hot P*ss Drinker" out loud in the cereal aisle. "Someone to P*ss On Me" is one of the most beautiful songs I've heard this year at minimum.

_Urinal St. Station_ is for only the coolest of cool dads. Play it loud with the minivan windows down at every stoplight.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The only album in it's genre 21 Dec. 2013
By Astro - Published on
Format: Vinyl
I've debated myself long on as to whether or not I should write a review for this album. I'm tired of having no one to talk to about this bizarre album. I've come to the conclusion that this album must be heard. This is a really authentic parody. The whole thing sounds like one long beer commercial. Including lyrics about truck stops with trap doors and spiral stair cases that lead down to the **** club. Tim sing's longingly about these clubs and his earnest delivery is what makes this album so hilarious. This is an outrageous and disgusting album, it's brilliant.
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