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Disposable Income

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Released on March 4, 2003


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17 years. How many bands even come close to lasting that long? 1986, London - Snuff forms. Blending punk, pop, melodies and elements of thrash, Snuff truly did set the standard that a slew of poppy punk bands have tried to live up to ever since. Very few have ever come close. Even on their 6th proper full length (not counting an astounding number of singles, EPs, mini albums, compilation tracks and live albums) Snuff still crafts an eclectic set of tracks that showcase their varying musical tastes. From straight ahead punk to dub to pop to thrash to Celtic instrumentals, Snuff never disappoints. If there were ever a punk band to earn the moniker 'living legend' it is Snuff.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Angels 1-5  6%
2 The Other Half Of You Voted #2  17%
3 Chocs Away  3%
4 Once Upon A Time Far Far Away  0%
5 Dehumanized  0%
6 7 Days (solomon's Boring Week)  8%
7 To Disappoint  8%
8 Heads You Win Tails You Lose  0%
9 Boatnick (so It Goes) Voted #3  14%
10 Wearenowhere  11%
11 Salad  0%
12 Lies  0%
13 Pages 42-43  8%
14 Coming Through  0%
15 Emoticon  6%
16 All Over Now (bonus Track) Voted #1  19%
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Erik from Grand Blanc, MI 
May 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Snuff have been kicking "Out The Jams, Motherfucker!" for some time now. It's great to see that there sound is no different from the past. They have a sound which works! They are a fantastic band in the studio and even better live! Pick up the CD. You won't be disappointed!

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Matt from Delray Beach, FL 
May 4 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

It is sad when a once great band starts to release such uninspired music. Albums such "Tweet Tweet My Lovely," "Demmamussabebonk," and even the "Schminkie Minkie Pinkie" ep are classic punk rock/ pop punk albums. Even the Guns 'n' Wankers side project is a must have. With this release, though, they have proven that they are past their prime. Whether it is because of member changes, getting older, or simply lack of inspiration, this album just doesn't work. Granted this is way better then the horrid "Blue Gravy: Phase 9," it still does not need to be owned, even by the hardcore Snuff fans.

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Janet from Lincoln University, PA 
Apr 20 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's SNUFF!!!! Just buy it. NOW!!!! What are you waiting for. I think it's worth your 10 dollars.

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Joey from Lake Luzerne, NY 
Apr 12 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Snuff has never released anything bad in their career, so why should they start now. This record is the shizzy so buy it and all their other sht as well as dogpiss,guns n' wankers and southport. Not the most clever review i know, i just want the world to know i fuckin love snuff, uh-huh.

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