AllMusic Review by Nitsuh Abebe
Take Me to Sekiri is a fairly conventional slice of Japanese girl punk, but not at all in the chirpy, squeaky clean style of bands like Shonen Knife, -- Sekiri draws enough influence from Japan's heavy garage scene to wind up with a thrashy riff-rock sensibility that seems a lot like Black Sabbath covering simplistic punk tunes. This sound isn't quite as impressive as Japan's purveyors of more extreme garage, but it does have a definite purity of sound that is, for the most part, vastly entertaining.
|4||Doro Doro Oedo|
|5||Katsu Katsu Rock|
|8||Bad Day Rhapsody|
|13||Crazy Starlight Tonight (Konya Seiko Ranman)|
|14||Let's Fuck (Alternate Version)|
|15||Background Music (Unreleased Version)|