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Get Some
Get Some
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, R&B, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Snot
Title: Get Some
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Fontana Geffen
Original Release Date: 5/27/1997
Release Date: 5/27/1997
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, R&B, Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative, Funk, Rap Rock, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 720642511022, 0720642511022

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Brightest flame burns quickest
sc_demandred | Irvine, CA USA | 03/02/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Snot were the best of the new metal bands. Their album almost captures the furious intensity of their live shows, but it could never fully substitute for seeing the boys live. Songs like "Joyride" and "Deadfall" showcase their amazing musical talent (as well as Lynns f-ed up sense of humor) at high-speed velocity, while "Get Some" is a grim trip into the creepy depths of self-doubt.We all will miss Lynn and Dobbs forever... people who are Snot fans NEED to go to and see the next album that's coming out. "Get Some" is better than both of Limp Bizkit's albums combined, and the more people we tell about Snot, the more Lynn and Dobbs will live on in our hearts."Tecato" recounts Lynn's struggles with heroin, something he beat before fate took him from us. Put this disc in your player, crank it to 11, and rock the f**k out one more time for Lynn. And even if Amen aren't as good as Snot was, buy the record anyway. Support Mikey, Sonny, Tumor, Jamie and Fed.Lynn, we miss you."
Buy this now
sc_demandred | 12/12/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This Cd is nothing short of amazing, they put Limp Bizkit to shame. Im not even gonna try to pick a favorite song, they are all so good. If youre a fan of the hip-hop metal style, this is the Cd for you. Its too bad their singer, Lynn Strait, died in a car accident. They were so close to becoming huge. Thankfully, the former members are doing other projects. Mikey Doling and Sonny Mayo, the guitarists, are in Soulfly and Amen, Tumor the bass player is also in Amen, and Jaime Miller, the drummer is in Hero. Too bad that none of these groups come close to sounding as good as Snot. Do yourself a favor and get this Cd right now, because it will become one of your favorites, and you'll see what a great band they were and how good Lynn Strait was. R.I.P."
Almost brings tears to my eyes...
hgalehnjabdab | Houston, TX | 09/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're reading this then, of course, you probably already know that Lynn Strait was killed in a tragic car accident, along with his dog Dobbs. This truly was an incredibly sad occurrence, because the music that inhabits Snot's "Get Some," is probably some of the best in this entire "nu-metal" thing.The musicianship is actually very competent, and all the band members play their instruments well. (Especially Mikey, one of the guitarists.) The album starts off fast and furious, with a catchy little ditty called "Snot." A quick look at the lyrics (Snot, I got to tell ya once again/ Don't try to play my crew 'cause ya just can't win) might lead you to believe this another big talking, idiotic rap-metal band *coughlimpbizkitcough* but the lyrics are actually very intelligent (at times). Topics are all across the spectrum, ranging from serious subjects such as prejudice (Stoopid) and drug use (Tecato), to the absolutely hilarious "Mr. Brett" and "My Balls." The music itself is very fast paced, full of energy and aggression, and easy to get into as well. Over all, this is just a spectacular album, and a must for anyone who calls themselves a fan of "nu-metal." If you're into this, check out Amen and Soulfy (both of whom have sophomore albums on the way), which feature former members of Snot. Also watch out for Strait up: A Tribute to Lynn Strait, out November 7. Lynn and Dobbs, we all miss you..."