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Although S.N.E.E.K. only, officialy, released two albums, their 1988 Iets Anders Graag CD firmly set foot on the ground. A remarkable debut, the set snarls with leftover punk intent, a few rock riffs, and a wealth of electronics that not only reach back to the band\'s
youth, but also predate much of what would explode out of the next wave of Music\'s underground.
Sounding absolutely nothing like MTV\'s mainstream bands, the duo snarls across the opener "Gone", setting the stage for what follows. Except, rather than toeing that line,
the band pull some remarkable tricks out of their sleeves. A more exciting album than just about anything else they\'d ever record, S.N.E.E.K. were young, hungry, and more than a little rough around the edges. Despite the Low Budget kinda music, it\'s important to remember that this band were in the sonic foothold of an early edgy era groundbreakers at their own inception. The sound, that look it fit them well.<div class="clear-left" />