Not to be confused with any of the thick-neck hardcore bands who sprung up from every American suburb throughout the mid-'90s, this version of Pitbull is a wacky styling of skate punk without any thrash metal undertones. Instead, this EP contains an all-around feeling of just wanting to skate, chase girls, and have fun. And while musically it seems as if the band spent way too many hours listening to Doggie Style -- not that there's anything wrong with that -- as the vocalist does his best impression of Glenn Danzig, the party feel of Pitbull makes this record a pretty enjoyable listen.
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco