When Sweatmasters debut album Sharp Cut was released in late 2002 it was received with raving reviews in the press like The Times, NME, Kerrang, Rocksound, Q etc etc. Since then they have been touring with The Darkness and Baby Woodrose and visited Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, UK and Germany. On their home turf in Finland they were voted Newcomer of the year the same year in the big music papers. After a short hiatus there is finally news from this fab trio from Turku is shape of this EP. Odd as it may seem, there''s a big interest in tango in Finland and somehow that must have rubbed off on Sweatmaster and the title track Song with no words. But in that case it''s their own definition of Tango we are talking about here and it''s of cource spiced up with the usual bare-bonded staccato rock''n''roll that is the trademark of Sweatmaster. Quirky and accessible at the same time which is also the case with the second new track Dirty little things that showcases how groovy minimalistic rock can be. The rest of the ep consists of six carefully chosen cover songs that gives a hint to Sweatmasters influences as musicians.