EPs can serve several functions: as a way to keep impatient fans happy while they wait for another full-length album; as a cost-effective means for new artists to get material into the hands of the public; as a chance for established artists to get weird and experimental without much risk; or as an opportunity for established bands to clear old tunes out of the vaults and make a few extra bucks, kind of like a garage sale. And since most EPs usually have, like, four or five tracks and will only set you back six or seven bucks, if they suck, well, you didn't waste too much time or money. Here are a bunch that've hit the racks during the... More >>>