Thee Snuff Project | Dyin' Ain't Much of a Livin'

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Dyin' Ain't Much of a Livin'

by Thee Snuff Project

Loud, raw, aggressive rock played with attitude, intensity, and precision.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Intro To Every Black Window
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2. A Little Strange
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3. Better Drugs
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4. Next Time I'll Be A Spider
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5. Random Deity
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6. I Contact
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7. Creepy Vaudeville
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8. Stay On The Coast
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9. How To Use A Butterfly Knife
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10. Quicker Than Cobras
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11. Gorilla Pills
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12. Start Your Own Cult
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Album Notes
Sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll - the mantra remains the same, but Thee Snuff Project's debut album breathes new life into it. Loud, raw, aggressive rock like this is rarely played with such intensity and precision. Vocalist Scott Taylor's swagger and snarl are perfectly complemented by the overdriven, fuzzed-out assault that emerges with occasional psychedelic undertones out of Damien Taylor's guitar. Bassist Mike Dugan and drummer Ryan Hicks make up an explosive rhythm section, keeping the raucous energy in line and then suddenly switching gears to drive it perilously close to the edge of oblivion. Brash, cynical, and with attitude to spare, Thee Snuff Project is the perfect antidote to whatever illusion plagues you.


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Mark Y.

Raw and Rockin
Dyin' Ain't Much of a Livin' presents incredible energy that is not easy to come by in studio recordings. The songs are raw and rockin from start to finish. Give a listen, if you have a pulse and a stereo you can't help but feel what Thee Snuff Project is throwing at you.

ernesto giacomelli

great snuff stuff
never placed a better bet.. i didnt know the band but decided to buy the cd and - wow! - cant take it out of the reader! :) simply great!

Thom Jensen

!! !! !! WHOA !!!
this has got to be the toughest thing i have heard in years. the energy and originality is superior to any of the overthought 'rock and roll' from DC or even the east coast in general. maybe even the whole damn country. this is the real thing