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8 thoughts on “ Two Winds - Snuff (3) - Six Of One, Half A Dozen Of The Other (CD)

  1. Nov 27,  · Demmamuse and Tweet Tweet are without question the best 2 albums Snuff has come out with. They are the pinnacle of the collection and will not be topped (Demma IMO is a masterpiece and I do not say that lightly). Snuff was on quite a role in the mid-late 90s then took a creative dump until recently. That being said, this is a good CD/5(10).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Light Green Vinyl release of - Perhaps? on Discogs.
  3. Snuff discography and songs: Music profile for Snuff, formed Genres: Punk Rock, Pop Punk. Albums include Short Music for Short People, Survival of the Fattest - .
  4. Snuff () (part 6 of 9) This is one great band, man. I hear they’re called “Weppenstolf”. After about a minute of this, the two reach some abandoned buildings, and it looks exactly like the place where they “sliced” Ana’s toes earlier. Over in the distance, we see two .
  5. Feb 13,  · Snuff- Six of one half a dozen of the other (full album) - Duration: X slobodan vukovic X 25, views. NOFX - First Ditch Effort (Full Album - ) - .
  6. Working party stood by Cross's mine, better known as 'Snuff the wind'. Although fenced off, the shaft was open and had for many years been used as a dumping ground. Full with old sump oil to within five feet from the top, the shaft had been on fire on two occasions.
  7. SNUFF Vinyl Records and CDs Though they don't take themselves very seriously, Snuff crank out one of the biggest, catchiest Punk-Pop sounds you'll ever hear. Their wall-of-sound approach, carefully built with clean, catchy guitars, melodic horns and tight harmonies, is often imitated but never matched.
  8. Biography of Snuff on ketslomudanwallcasimpcompfourterppiro.coinfo Formed in London, England in by Andy (Andrew Crighton, 4 July , London, England, d. ; bass), Duncan (b. 22 August , Louth, Lincolnshire, England; drums/vocals) and Simon (b. 11 December , London, England; guitar), this enduring (and surnameless) punk band started off as ‘a joke’ with a hectic mixture of implausibly fast guitars and.

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