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Snide Rhythms - Snide Rhythms Full Album
Art Rock, Post-Punk, Alternative Rock, Funk
  • Performer:
    Snide Rhythms
  • Title:
    Snide Rhythms
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Art Rock, Post-Punk, Alternative Rock, Funk
  • Release date:
    12 Nov 2012
  • Country:
    UK
  • Size FLAC version
    1788 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1642 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP

Tracklist

1People Pleaser2:20
2Instrulude1:38
3Yah vs. Schemie1:14
4Channel 42:56
5I Can't Keep Up!2:07
6See Through Skin5:24
7Enough Of This Feeling5:23
8Distractions3:56
9Devil Cult Probe2:53
10Instrulude2:02
11E.C.A.3:51
12Knowing Is Not Enough1:58

Credits

  • Bass, Guitar, Organ, Backing VocalsHugo De Verteuil
  • Drums, Backing VocalsLCY
  • Lead Vocals, Synth, EffectsColvin Cruickshank
  • Performer, Written-BySnide Rhythms
  • ProducerAlex Fenton (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A4, A6, B1, B2, B3, B4, B6), Gregor "Cinema" Reid (tracks: A5, B5), Snide Rhythms (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A4, A6, B1, B2, B3, B4, B6)

Notes

Snide Rhythms on this record are Colvin Cruickshank (vocals/identity theft), Hugo De Verteuil (bass/luxury items) and Luke Cooke-Yarborough (drums/velociraptor)

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Breed Media
  • Recorded At – Swanfield Studios

Album

Devil Cult Probe 2. Distractions 3. Yah vs. Schemie 4. Enough Of This Feeling 5. I Can't Keep Up 6. Instrulude 7. Channel 4 8. Knowing Is Not Enough 10. People Pleaser 11. See Through Skin Produced by the band with Alex Fenton at Swanfield Studios in Edinburgh over the course of the last year, 'Snide Rhythms' features the bands 2010 double A-Snide single, I Cant Keep UpPeople Pleaser produced with Gregor Cinema Reid at Castle of Doom studios, Glasgow, alongside nine new trac. You're now in slide show mode. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes back. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes forward. SPACEBAR resumes the slideshow. Press ESC to exit. Press ESC to close. Double A Snide. Your Rating. Overview . Listen to the best Snide Rhythms Snide Rhythms discography, albums and singles on Rhythms tracks from Rhythms - Percy Faith And His Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Clem Snide is an alt-country band featuring Eef Barzelay guitar, vocals, Brendan Fitzpatrick bass and Ben Martin drums. Clem Snide is a character in several novels by William S. Burroughs, including Naked Lunch, The Ticket That Exploded and Exterminator. The band Clem Snide was started by songwriter and singer Eef Barzelay, Jason Glasser, William J. Grabek Jr. and drummer Eric Paull in Boston in 1991. A few years later, with the addition of bassist Jeff SweetBread Marshall, the band made

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Review from The Sound Project - 12/11/2012

Post-punk meets electro on exciting debut from Edinburgh's Snide Rhythms.

Anyone who knows me, or at least knows my musical stance, knows of my love of hearing anything that sounds different or original. Snide Rhythms tick both the boxes here, with what is an innovative and imaginative record.

It's been almost two years since the band released their debut single, the double A-side 'I Can't Keep Up' / 'People Pleaser' - both featured here. In that time they've gained a strong local following which, on the quality of this record, is surely going to expand.

The album itself has hints of many influences, some more obvious than others. 'Yah vs. Schemie' more than doffs its cap to The Fall (I'm sure Mark E. Smith would be proud to put his name to it!). At other times you can hear hints of LCD Soundsystem at their best. At others their are hints of punk's hey day.

Opener, 'Devil Cult Probe', is one of the real standouts here - gutsy rhythm guitars, electronic harmonies and awesome vocals. You could be forgiven for thinking this is what an art-rock pop song sounds like! That said, this isn't some arty album that's up its own arse. Quite the opposite. The tracks here are accessible to all and the album is all the better for it.

Early single 'I Can't Keep It', is a full of energy garage-rock number. Singer Colvin Cruickshank delivers a stomping vocal over a soundtrack that wouldn't be out of place on a John Spencer Blues Explosion record. The other side of that early single, 'People Pleaser', is a rhythm laced synth track which carries the message to reject your heroes.

'Distraction' is the most commercial sounding number on the album, but even at that it more than deserves its place here. In fact, it sounds like something that you wouldn't be surprised to hear on the 6Music playlist.

The album is definitely a grower - some of the tracks are not exactly instant, yet on repeat listens you find them jumping out at you. 'Enough of This Feeling.' is definitely in that category. I have to admit that it completely passed me by on the first listen but it's definitely a grower.

The album's closer 'See Through Skin' is the perfect closer - vocally and musically it's another of the record's standout moments. Throughout this record Cruickshank delivers a fine vocal display against what is clearly a talented musical backing.

If you want to hear something different yet at the same time familiar, this is the record for you.