Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Buy Me...I'll Change Your Life
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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An electic eclectic blend of the senses.
Joshua Bryan Hammack | Seattle, WA USA | 08/15/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The genre defining electronic act blows away any preconcieved idea of what the post-industrial world is about. Everything from spanish guitars to complete orchestras is on this compact disc. The songs on this album reflect a dark cynicism about the government, media, and capitalism. The lead singer's voice is very deep and detached from the sometimes gruesome, and often witty lyrics. This could turn off some listeners. Everytime i listen to his record i hear something new, sonically. A diffinate must for open-minded people, who are tired of what is on their radio. Great driving music, and of course subverisive background converational tunes. buy it, it'll ...change the way you look at your life."
Cynical music at its best
Frosty Cold One | Seattle, WA USA | 10/31/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A smart electronic rebuttal to economic lopsidedness emphasizing the less desirable aspects of consumerism, the joys [sarcasm here] of being a cog in the machine, and the impending doom that human productivity and "progress" are assuring us...In other words, a typical release from SNOG (an obituary for the human race). The lyrics remind me of certain punk / hardcore bands from the 80s, but SNOG is obviously much more subdued and layered in their audio presentations. While a couple of the songs are a bit monotonous - without a truly catchy melody to offset the repetition - others are pure genius, such as "The Human Germ." The accompanying female vocals on some of the tracks really strengthen the delivery; wish I could hear them on every track. The booklet includes lyrics, leaving you the chance to sing along, reveling in the glory of Big Brother. There would be a huge gap in the world of philosophical music if SNOG did not exist. However, I might suggest that you have access to Prozac if you purchase this CD, as it offers a sobering appraisal of modern life.
"ENJOY YOUR STAY, but please follow the rules.""
Anti-capitlism at its best
James Gary | Lake Forest, CA US | 12/08/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's like Chuck Palahniuk meets Kenna/Marilyn Manson. This is a great band that has intelligent lyrics and a pleasing sound. Too bad there aren't more bands around like Snog. Buy it... it'll change your life."