- Charlie Big Potato
- On My Hotel T.V.
- We Don’t Need Who You Think You Are
- Tracy’s Flaw
- The Skank Heads
- Good Things Don’t Always Come To You
- Cheap Honesty
- You’ll Follow Me Down
- And This Is Nothing That I Thought I Had
- I’m Not Afraid
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Post Orgasmic Chill bursts with nervous energy and jarring contrasts yet is as straight-ahead a hard rock album as Skunk Anansie is likely to create. The staccato guitar and drum rhythms of "Charlie Big Potato" and "On My Motel TV" hit like a jackhammer, yet strings and other flourishes polish them into an intelligent, subtle finish. Lead singer Skin's outrage is thoroughly believable in the potent anti-racism screed "We Don't Need Who You Think You Are"; "The Skank Heads" unleashes a torrent of four-on-the-floor rock that couches an instrumental interlude that sounds like the Police in space-age dub. Sometimes messy or misguided, but with attitude to compensate for its missteps.