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Snog

Snog is the longest-running and most prolific project of Australian musician David Thrussell. Most commonly associated with the industrial music scene, the project has been influenced by numerous genres, including techno, folk, country, exotica, and experimental music. Snog's work is highly critical of consumer culture and society in general, often featuring artwork appropriating or parodying corporate logos or slogans, and containing lyrics criticizing organized religion and political subjects. In addition to Snog, Thrussell has recorded several spoken word albums and soundtracks under his own name, in addition to more experimental work as Black Lung. He also operates The Omni Recording Corporation, a label that has released dozens of reissues of classic and obscure country records, as well as recordings by electronic innovators such as Bruce Haack, Atom Heart, and Felix Kubin.

Thrussell started Snog in 1988 while studying at art school; fellow students Tim McGrath and Julia Bourke rounded out the group's original lineup. The band started recording music in 1990, but no labels were interested in signing them at the time. It wasn't until they relocated to Germany that Machinery Records began releasing their music. Debut album Lies Inc., as well as its EBM club hit "Corporate Slave," appeared in 1992. Fellow Australian (and future Lisa Gerrard collaborator) Pieter Bourke joined Snog following the album's release, and appeared on their more techno-influenced sophomore effort, Dear Valued Customer, in 1994. Bourke and Thrussell also started a more experimental side project called Soma around this time.

After dedicating several years to Soma and Black Lung releases, Thrussell reactivated Snog, primarily as a solo project, in 1997 with Buy Me... I'll Change Your Life. The album was issued via Thrussell's own International Mind Control Corporation, followed by a stateside release courtesy of Metropolis in 1998 (the label had previously issued Remote Control, a compilation of Snog's early output). The album featured a greater presence of midtempo breakbeats, often verging on trip-hop, but also country-style guitars, in addition to a Lee Hazlewood cover. I Snog Therefore I Am..., the first of many Snog remix collections as well as the beginning of the project's longstanding tenure on German label Hymen Records, appeared in 1999. The full-length Third Mall from the Sun also appeared that year, continuing in the style of the band's previous album and adding more experimental, glitchy elements to the Snog sound. Relax into the Abyss, a remix album featuring contributions by Hymen artists such as Beefcake and Xingu Hill, followed in 2000.

Beyond the Valley of the Proles appeared in 2003, and found Snog moving further from their original industrial sound. Adventures in Capitalism, Snog's first DVD, also arrived that year. The 2006 full-length Vs. the Faecal Juggernaut of Mass Culture was a partial return to uptempo electro-industrial, although it contained acoustic bonus tracks as enhanced CD content. A second Metropolis compilation, Sixteen Easy Tunes for the End Times, also appeared that year. The Last Days of Rome followed in 2007. Acoustic collection The Dissolving Satellite of Egoism Overturned and proper album Last of the Great Romantics both appeared in 2010. Babes in Consumerland, Snog's first album not to be released by Hymen since the late '90s, appeared on Metropolis in 2013. It was followed by the full-length Compliance™ in 2015, and the remix collection The Clockwork Man in 2016. ~ Paul Simpson
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The New C**ks**ker Blues

1. The New C**ks**ker Blues

2. The New C**ks**ker Blues

3. The New C**ks**ker Blues

4. Army Of Ghosts

5. Metabolic-Noir

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Track List: Babes In Consumerland

1. The Plug-In Drug

2. Everything Is Under Control

3. Adolph's Library

4. Bleak Is My Favourite Chic

5. Otto Rahn

6. The Corporate Homoerotic Cyclists

7. The New C**ks**ker Blues

8. Soul Invictus

9. 21sr Century Lullaby

10. Apocalypse Fatigue

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Track List: Everything Is Under Control EP

1. Everything Is Under Control

2. Everything Is Under Control (Spiderface Remix)

3. Everything Is Under Control (Sir Real Remix)

4. Everything Is Under Control (Digital Primate And Ehsan Gelsi Remix)

5. Everything Is Under Control (Ash Wednesday Remix)

6. The Lament Of The Lost Sheep

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Track List: Last Of The Great Romantics

1. We’re All In This Together

2. The End Of The World

3. Wargasm

4. Sleepwalk

5. Big Black Hole

6. This World (Done Me Wrong)

7. Cosmic Caveman

8. A Man

9. The Fires (2010)

10. The Prisoner Song

11. Sing Your Troubles Away

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Track List: The Dissolving Satellite Of Egoism Overturned

1. Rotten Meat

2. King Of Hate

3. Lee Harvey Oswald

4. Thou Shalt Not Kill

5. Child

6. Karma Song

7. Planet Of S**t

8. City

9. The Ballad Of Timothy Mcveigh

10. Real Estate Man

11. Whateverman

12. No More S**t

13. The Ballad

14. One Grain Of Sand

15. The Bells And The Whistles

16. The Last Days Of Rome

17. Al-Qaeda Is Your Best Friend

18. The Fascist Lockdown

19. Stomp Song

20. Hooray!!

21. Untitled-1

22. Untitled-2

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Track List: City

1. City (Edit)

2. Keep A Truckin' (Feat. The Monster Zoku Onsomb!)

3. Social Disease (Feat. The Monster Zoku Onsomb!)

4. License

5. Lost At Sea (The Calculators Remix)

6. Lost At Sea (Vishnudata Remix)

7. It’s All Lies (Curse Ov Dialect Remix)

8. City (Hesius Dome Remix)

9. City (Hecq Remix)

10. All Hail

11. City (Acoustic Version)

12. City (Album Version)

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Track List: The Last Days Of Rome

1. One Grain Of Sand

2. Last Days Of Rome

3. Lost At Sea

4. It's All Lies

5. City

6. Vaguely Melancholic

7. Whateverman

8. Christmas Everyday

9. I Do Know Now

10. Billionaire's Bullshit Machine

11. Go To Sleep (Little Australia)

12. One Speck Of Dust

13. Untitled 1

14. The Last Days Of Rome (Sir Real Remix)

15. Untitled 2

16. One Grain Of Sand (Acoustic)

17. The Day The Towers Fell

18. The Sickness

19. The Happy Song

20. The Fires

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Track List: The Kings Of Hate (Single)

1. King Of Hate

2. King Of Hate (End Remix)

3. King Of Hate (Cabana Dee And The Calculators Remix)

4. Turn On Your Brain Baby (Oleg Kostrow Remix)

5. King Of Hate (Black Lung Remix)

6. Turn On Your Brain Baby (((Diverse)) Remix)

7. Crash Crash (Manmademan Remix)

8. Turn On Your Brain Baby (Mantrix Remix)

9. Bourgeois (Tony D' Oporto Remix)

10. Shopping Man

11. Sedition Is Lust (Featuring Pankow)

12. Bourgeois (Squigg Remix)

13. Queen Of Hate (Anon + CyrusRex Remix)

14. Turn On Your Brain Baby (Recently Deceased Remix)

15. King Of Hate (Spyweirdos Remix)

16. King Of Hate (Dr. Tooth Re-Invention)

17. Stomp Song

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Track List: Vs. The Faecal Juggernaut Of Mass Culture

1. King Of Hate

2. Crash Crash

3. Bourgeois

4. Turn On Your Brain Baby

5. Planet Of S**t

6. On The Rise

7. Neighbor Of The Beast

8. Poison

9. The Disease

10. Don't Go Down To The Woods Today

11. Destroyer

12. Al Qaeda Is Your Best Friend

13. The De-Evolutionaries

14. A Hymn For The Fascist Republic

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Track List: Sixteen Easy Tunes For The End Times

1. The Human Germ

2. Late 20th Century Boy

3. Corporate Slave

4. Cliche

5. Real Estate Man

6. Hey, Christian God

7. Fill My Hole

8. Make The Little Flowers Grow

9. Empires

10. Businessman

11. Born To Be Mild (Soma Edit)

12. Hooray!!

13. Real Wise Yuppie

14. The Ballad

15. Old Atlantis

16. Dear Valued Customer (Reprise)

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Track List: Beyond The Valley Of The Proles

1. Bad Planet

2. Businessman

3. Fill My Hole

4. The Master

5. Welcome To Adelaide

6. Justified Homicide

7. Citizens

8. Into The Light

9. Playstation Blues

10. The Fruits

11. Waiting

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Track List: Relax Into The Abyss

1. Are You Normal Enough? (Beefcake And The Burger Flippin' Blues Remix)

2. Real Estate Man (Low-Key Operations Make A Down-Payment Remix)

3. The Last Diamond (Xingu Hill Slices The Soft Earth Remix)

4. Real Estate Man (Ubin Offer Affordable Solutions Remix)

5. Is There No-One That Can Save Us From Today? (Space Cat Joins The Utopian Futurist Front Remix)

6. Are You Normal Enough? (Shinjuku Filth Celebrate The Contamination Remix)

7. Real Estate Man (Black Lung Greets The Funky Inquisition Remix)

8. The Infernal Advocate

9. Slide Into Extinction (Shaolin Wooden Men Live In Room 23 At The Altona Motor Inn Remix)

10. Are You Normal Enough? (End Encourage Less Normalization Remix)

11. State Rape (Beam Up Battle Cross Channel Traffic Remix)

12. Are You Normal Enough? (Francois Tetaz Conducts The Cacaphonous Maximus Remix)

13. The Crumbling Land

14. Chasin' And The Jargonauts

15. Oil

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Track List: Lies Inc./Dear Valued Customer

Disc 1

1. Spermy Man

2. Corporate Slave

3. Shop

4. Born To Be Mild

5. Hunter

6. Manufacturing Consent

7. Bank

8. Real Wise Yuppie

9. Control

10. Somatime

11. Make My Day

12. Supermarket Dream

13. Love Power

14. Flesh

15. Corporate Slave (Alpha 66 Remix)

16. Shop (I.M.F. Remix)

17. Satdeenitfever

18. Island

19. Funereal

Disc 2

1. Invocation To The Fiscal Demon

2. Dear Valued Customer

3. Cliche

4. Langley, Virginia

5. Headsand

6. Empires

7. Naive Giant

8. Reigning Terror

9. Hey, Christian God

10. One Ticket To The Womb

11. Skinhead

12. The Illuminati

13. The Yuppie Shall Inherit The Earth

14. Gods And Governments

15. Dear Valued Customer (Reprise)

16. The Golden Rule

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Track List: Third Mall From The Sun

1. Late Twentieth Century Boy

2. Are You Normal Enough?

3. Real Estate Man

4. Slide Into Extinction

5. Is There No-One That Can Save Us From Today?

6. The Last Diamond

7. Mind And Purpose

8. Land Of The Bland

9. The Universe

10. State Rape

11. Business As Usual

12. The Grey Menace

13. Old Atlantis

14. Third Mall From The Sun

15. Fanfare For The Common Man/Woman

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Track List: The Human Germ

1. The Human Germ

2. Make The Little Flowers Grow (The Gold-Eating Ants Remix)

3. The Human Germ (Xingu Hill Battles The Predominant Pestilence Remix)

4. The Human Germ (Black Lung Meets The Brutal Gardner Remix)

5. The Human Germ (Black Lung Drops The Disco Biscuit Remix)

6. Make The Little Flowers Grow (Spacecat Digs Deeper Remix)

7. Make The Little Flowers Grow (TDM Says Please Don't Grow Remix)

8. The Ballad (Atom Heart And The Systematic Errors Remix)

9. The Ballad (Atom Heart Discovers Corrupt Data Remix)

10. Opening Engagement Diversion Penetration

11. Bureaucratic Gaget Grip

12. Cliche (Live At The Las Vegas Hilton)

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Track List: Hooray !! (Single)

1. Hooray!!

2. Hooray!! (Black Lung And The Death Jungle 2000)

3. Hooray!! (Space Cat And The Joys Of Annihilation)

4. Hooray!! (Severed Heads And The Mormon Choir)

5. Hooray!! (Black Lung And The Cast Of Thousands)

6. Hooray!! (Shinjuku Filth And The Final Dump)

7. This Is Capitalism

8. One Beautiful Day (Part 1)

9. One Beautiful Day (Part 2)

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Track List: Remote Control

1. Empires

2. The Future

3. Corporate Slave

4. Cliche

5. Born To Be Mild (Soma Remix)

6. Spermy Man (Out Of Sync Mix)

7. Hey, Christian God (Sacred Mushroom II)

8. Shop (U.S.C.W.F. II)

9. Cliche (Snog Vs. Q-Kontrol)

10. Bank

11. One Way Ticket To The Womb

12. Born To Be Mild (Groin Thunder Remix)

13. We Decorate Your Life

14. The Dying Man (Live At One-Eyed Jacks)

15. Real Wise Yuppie/Born To Be Mild (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon)

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Track List: Buy Me... I'll Change Your Life

1. Light, Yet Refreshing

2. Hooray

3. Make The Little Flowers Grow

4. The Ballad

5. The Prole Song

6. Big Brother

7. This Is Capitalism

8. The Human Germ

9. B**tard Closet

10. The Future

11. The People Of Straight Land

12. The End (Suite)

Comments

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Ithink this Snog and similar bands kinda have a strange resemblance to the Alternative bands of the early to mid-90's. It just sounds like that crossed with Bob Dylan. A lot like Bob Dylan. I like Snog better than the rest of these bands I sampled.
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vinblues.... You got to be joking right? Being sarcastic? I sure hope so....
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vinblues
I don't get it. I don't think this guy gets it either. When he sings he weakens the nation.
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If you like Snog, you might check out my band. reverbnation . c o m / a x i s s a t e l l i t e and soundcloud.c o m / a x i s - s a t e l l i t e . Thanks!
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revenant001
Too bad someone so musically talented has such a brain-dead message.
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kevin32080 like sog i do know now
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horrible
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Really, thumpkin? This song has a mouth THAT small?
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Sounds cool though'
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THIS SONG SUCKS MY DICK
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BOOOOOOOO
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baarf
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robert777tho m p s o n
the ballad of timothy mcveigh is the worst song ever,this artist is a moron.
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Thrussell has been putting out great stuff since the first Snog release. He has always been able to make us laugh at the ugly truths.
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I agree, The Last Days of Rome sounds like Puscifer a whole lot. Good stuff!
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almost like Puscifer.... *adds to station* ^^
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I just finished 'Hey Christian God'

They rock!!

:o)
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I definately catch that Dope comparison, and that works damn well 4 my earholes!

Timothy

:o)
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I have never heard of either of those, but I must say I like their sound. Sounds like Dope to me, but slower vocals. Good stuff... off to download!!! I mean purchase!
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i love this band kind of a cross between lpd and current 93

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