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Snuff the Punk
P.O.D.
Snuff the Punk
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal
 
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1994 EP captures the band in their formative stage, still honing their fairly wide-ranging rap-metal sound, but providing enough moments of raw power to satisfy fans. Unavailable domestically. Rescue Records.

     
   
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All Artists: P.O.D.
Title: Snuff the Punk
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Acts 26
Release Date: 5/2/2000
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Pop Rap, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 615245562123

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1994 EP captures the band in their formative stage, still honing their fairly wide-ranging rap-metal sound, but providing enough moments of raw power to satisfy fans. Unavailable domestically. Rescue Records.

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P.o.ds first
brookesd85 | Broken Arrow, ok | 05/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is P.O.D.s first cd. After being a P.O.D. fan for a while, I realy wanted to try this album. I wasn't let down. Here is a song-by-song review.

Coming Back. This is a cool song with a cool begining. It talks about Jesus coming back.

Let The Music Do The Talking. A standout track with great rapping and cool tornadoe sirens in the background.

Draw The Line. The most popular song on the cd. Not my faverite, but it's still pretty good.

Who's Right? Another good song. It talks about Jesus not favering any race of people.

Get Strait. A fine track that talks about making Jesus Lord over you before he comes back.

Run. Fast rapping and cool bass. It starts out depressing but it ends happy. Check it out.

Snuff The Punk. P.O.D.S first recorded song and my faverite track on this cd. They tell us in this song to "snuff the punk". The punk is the Devil.

Can You Feel It. Not the best but is still worth listening to.

Three In The Power Of One. It talks about having the power to use Jesus' name to beat the Devil and his Demons. The hardest song on the cd.

Every Knee. A fine song with a cool rap part in the middle of the song. It talks about how everone will see that Jesus is king.

Abortion Is Murder. The begining isn'nt the real song. It realy begins a little after the begining. Just Listen to it and you'll see what I mean.

The most Christian cd P.O.D. has released. Somebody said that they curse in thier songs. Well, I rap to these song almost every day and I've yet to hear them curse. That's not to say they don't curse when they're not on stage. But if they do, it's not the end of the world. Nobody is perfect. Including Cristians. If you like P.O.D., try this cd."
One of P.O.D.'s best.
Nathan Thayer | 04/12/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This cd is spectacular. I bought this album a few years ago, and I wasn't sold right away. After listening to the words, and powerful sound a few more times - I was sold. This is NOT Satellite by any means, but It's great to hear the beginning for P.O.D. and the mature sound they are today. This cd shows their Christian roots the most - and thats one aspect I love about it. It may not be the greatest album P.O.D. has put out - but it's certainly worth a listn."
Debut album old school POD
arturo olivo | USA | 02/09/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"POD's first album Snuff The Punk really shows what the band sounded like when they first debuted in 1992 with their first album. The album is really raw and heavy and it shows that POD really loves Jesus and ain't to express in their lyrics and songs. Each song is just amazing and sure its a little rough to hear garage type recording from the band but you have to start somewhere. If you never picked up the bands first two albums Snuff The Punk and Brown then you need this two albums in your collection right now. You get a mix of rap, metal, funk all rolled into one package that may sound outdated but its the roots of where the band started before getting famous with their major label label on Atlantic records The Fundamental Elements of Southtown that was released in 1999. Its been 17 years since the release of Snuff of The Punk and its a testament of how a band like POD evolved over the years. My favorite tracks would be Draw The Line which is a cover song, Run, Snuff The Punk, Who's In This House which also contains a hidden track Murder. Straight up hard hitting POD that is sure to get anyone one who never gave the bands debut album a listen a shocking listen to what they missed."