Release Date: 01/24/06
Hailing from Australia, Snog has been creating their brand of cynically charged songs for 15 years. From their first dance floor hit in 1992, 'Corporate Slave,' it was noticeable that the band had a strong disillusionment with the western ideals of materialism and mass ownership. Continuing throughout their career, this idea was expanded upon to incorporate other problems facing human society. Despite the apparently radical inclinations, Snog doesn't regard their lyrics as political, but rather as simple and rather obvious social observations. He doesn't claim to have any revelationary secrets, but sees his lyrics as a frank examination of our humanity struggling within itself. Sixteen Easy Tunes for the End Times is a greatest hits collection of Snog's most influential works to date. Along with the 16 main tracks, there's a bonus section with 16 additional mp3 tracks, as well as lyrics and a poster and artwork gallery.
|Label: Metropolis Records|
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