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8 thoughts on “ (no audio) - Snog - Vs. The Faecal Juggernaut Of Mass Culture (CD, Album)

  1. The Faecal Juggernaut of Mass Culture CD () $ Interesting electronic sequences are complimented by intriguing lyrics and wrapped around varying beat structures to create Snog's most accessible and well-balanced album to date This record is a musical exploration through the problems affecting society through the exploitation of mass.
  2. DVD from Snog, $ USD. shall be known as the year of Snog! First they re-immerged with another cynical attack on the corporate world of big business with their newest album, "Beyond the Valley of the Proles." In addition to the auditory feed, Snog also presented his first piece of eye candy to the western world. "Adventures in Capitalism" is a collection of tuneful, sentimental.
  3. In , the album Beyond the Valley of the Proles was released and its follow-up Snog vs. the Faecal Juggernaut of Mass Culture was released three years later. Snog continued to release music into the 21st century and the EP Everything Is Under Control (consists of remixes and the additional song "The Lament of the Lost Sheep") was released on iTunes on 25 March [6].
  4. This album offered a more refined version of the style found on Buy Me. Its follow-up, Snog Vs. the Faecal Juggernaut of Mass Culture, saw a return to a more electronic sound. One notable feature about the band is Thrussell's lyrics — almost all songs contain themes of anti-capitalism, anti-fascism, anti-consumerism, individuality, and anti-big-brotherism.
  5. Beyond the Valley of the Proles appeared in , and found Snog moving further from their original industrial sound. Adventures in Capitalism, Snog's first DVD, also arrived that year. The full-length Vs. the Faecal Juggernaut of Mass Culture was a partial return to uptempo electro-industrial, although it contained acoustic bonus tracks.
  6. SAT "Apocalyptica" Vinyl + Digital Ep by Nel Spragg / Sir Real, released 01 February 1. Ascension 2. Landscapes 3. Scorched Earth Satamile turns 40 and we do it with this stunning Ep from Sir Real straight out of Birmingham, England. Mastered and cut originally at Heathmans in the UK, we present one huge club/raver wet dream of digital Electro mayhem.
  7. The Faecal Juggernaut Of Mass Culture on Discogs. Label: Metropolis - MET • Format: CD Album, Enhanced • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Leftfield, Experimental Snog - Vs/5(27).
  8. This album offered a more refined version of the style found on Buy Me. Its follow-up, Snog Vs. the Faecal Juggernaut of Mass Culture, saw a return to a more electronic sound. One notable feature about the band is Thrussell's lyrics? almost all songs contain themes of anti-capitalism, anti-fascism, anti-consumerism, individuality, and anti-big-brotherism.

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