When a friend of mine first told me about this album, I laughed, partially because I didn't know what to expect, and partially because I figured that it probably wouldn't be very good. The concept behind the whole thing is one guy thought that it would be fun to completely re-construct (hence, the label name) the Pulp Fiction soundtrack with an industrial / cyber electronic theme. It isn't simply a cover album, but a complete re-creation, as all the dialogue snippets on the original have been re-written with the new twist as well. An example of one of the new bits is:
"Whose keyboard is this?"
"It's not a keyboard baby, it's a sampler"
"Whose sampler is this?"
"Chemlab's dead, baby. Chemlab's dead."
Basically, you either get it or you don't. If you're into industrial music and computers, it will probably make you chuckle a bit with it's strange references. If not, it may have you shaking your head.
The music on the disc is really hit-or-miss. While none of the groups on the disc are huge names in the genre, some of them turn in very memorable remakes. "Son Of A Preacher Man" and the instrumental "Bustin' Surfboards" sound particularly ruthless in their new, abrasive formats. Overall, the good music on the disc outweighs the not-so-good and the novelty value of friends saying, "What the frig?" when you play it is alone almost worth the price.
Note: I think that this release got halted by legal matters before its true release. I have a promo copy and I can't seem to find it anywhere on the web. Sorry.