Urban Decay Woodstock is a bright fuchsia with sparkles, and it's also one of Urban Decay's newer shadows (newer, not new - I'm not sure when Urban Decay last came out with new shadows); this newer formula is paraben-free, while the older one wasn't. At, least, so far as I could tell. Urban Decay's website does list ingredients, which is very helpful. I used to love Urban Decay's shadows when I could use them all, so I hope they move to the newer formula, as it seems just as good, application wise.
Woodstock is a warmer pink, and has a subtle metallic sheen; it's not patchy and goes on fairly smoothly. It also gets bright in a hurry, so I'd apply with a light hand. It used to be a Sephora exclusive shade, but is now available on Urban Decay's site; there, it is listed as a "shimmer" shade, which is described as "a sexy sheen - no glitter," but as you can see in the swatch above, there are tiny sparkles in Woodstock.
Try it if: You like bright, shimmery pink shades with a reliable formula.
Skip it if: Sheer washes or mattes are more your speed.
$17 on Urbandecay.com or at Sephora.