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16 Easy Tunes for the End Times
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop
Australia's Snog has been creating their brand of cynically charged songs for fifteen years. They have a strong disillusionment with the western ideals of materialism and mass ownership, as well as other problems facing hu... more »
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Australia's Snog has been creating their brand of cynically charged songs for fifteen years. They have a strong disillusionment with the western ideals of materialism and mass ownership, as well as other problems facing human society. Despite their radical inclinations, they don't regard their lyrics as political, but as simple and rather obvious social observations. The lyrics are a frank examination of our struggling humanity. This greatest hits collection includes sixteen main tracks and a bonus section with sixteen additional MP3 tracks, lyrics, a poster, and an artwork gallery
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Extraordinary retrospective of subversive electro.
Knock Drop | 05/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Probably one of the most extraordinary retrospectives you'll ever find, this CD includes additional 16 mp3s of alternative versions, remixes, rarities, lyrics, plus a gallery of artwork.
These end times can be very tough on the body and soul, and preparing oneself can be an arduous and time-consuming affair.
There are shareholders that must be appeased, wiretaps that need to be transcribed, divine missiles that must be constructed, frivolous photos and memos that need to be shredded, and khaki pants and brown shirts that must be washed and pressed.
That's a lot to do during this very short time, and I can't think of a better way to pass the time, while preparing oneself for the end, than listening to Snog's "Sixteen Easy Tunes For The End Times"."
THE CHILD DEVIANT
CRAZOTOLOGY | Joplin, MO. (USA) | 12/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"How can I resist? Snog, hailing from Australia, are the ultimate anomaly -via corporate bashing experemental band ever recorded in the history of history! First off, musicly..err, ...ummmm....how about Sphaghetti Western/electro-Industrial/icconoclastic slop-pop! Got your attention yet? Yeah. This is the greatest hits of Snog....can't go wrong here. The lyrics are mega observasive and revolutionry, though non suggestive ...Think Ralph Nader. Major , major, major anti-corporate music going on here..while never dismissing the fact that capitalism is effective. The stand out tracks on this album, 'The Human Germ', 'Corporate Slave', 'Hey, Christian God', 'Real Estate Man', 'Make The Little Flowers Grow', and most of all, 'The Ballad'. If your out of the Snog circle, Get ready for a whole new kind of music. Diregard the review below...she's talking about sombody who deleted their review...not me. >:)"