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Snapcase

Progression Through Unlearning

Victory 512

Released on April 8, 1997


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Caboose Voted #2  20%
2 Guilty By Ignorance  7%
3 Harrison Bergeron Voted #1  23%
4 Priceless  7%
5 Zombie Prescription Voted #3  20%
6 Killing Yourself To Live  6%
7 She Suffocates  6%
8 Weak Tyrant  0%
9 Vent  5%
10 Breaking And Reaching  5%
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George from London, United Kingdom 
Mar 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A classic. Also probably their best CD coupled with End Transmission. The songs have simple riffs but manage to be so powerful. Daryl Taberski's voice is unbeatable.

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Eli from Pocatello, ID 
Jan 5 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm not a huge fan of hardcore in general, but Snapcase is one of the few bands in that genre that I enjoy. They have the right amount of punk aggression and hardcore intensity. Standout tracks include Caboose, Guilty By Ignorance, and Zombie Prescription. This is definantly one of the top hardcore bands there is,meaningful lyrics and not to much metal.

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Tim from Plainville, MA 
Jul 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Really good hardcore music. I found myself headbanging during the entire CD,haha. The best track is Zombie Prescription, but they're all pretty damn good. Just get the CD!

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Colby from Fort Myers, FL 
Jun 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is classic. Not only is it probably Snapcase's best album to date, but it is one of the best hardcore albums i own. The music is powerful and melodic with great guitar work, clear drums, and amazing recording quality. Daryl's voice is at it's best on this one. The lyrics are just as amazing as the music, touching on personal issues mostly. I suggest this cd to everyone, especially if you love powerful stuff. colby

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Jason Topete from Elk Grove, CA 
Jun 18 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Snapcase is one of my favorite hardcore bands progression is so much different from end transmission because this one is better and daryl screams instead of singing in some of the song s in end transmission. cool cover art and a good album buy this if your a fan of snapcase then buy end transmission. their old stuff is better though.

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Grayson from Sugar Land, TX 
Feb 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of my favorite CDs I own, hype-ass, never disapointing, complex, energetic! For fans of music that kicks ass!!!!!!!!! BUY THIS CD IMMEDIATELY, this means you!

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Diane from Newton, NC 
Feb 20 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd was a natural progression(no pun intended) from "Lookinglasself". The recording is different, but not in a bad way. The guitars are heavier, and Darryl's vocals are clearer. The songs aren't all better, but they sound better. Worth buying just for the songs "Caboose", "Guilty By Ignorance", "Zombie Prescription", and "She Suffocates". Not as awesome and groundbreaking as "Lookinglasself", but way, way better than "Designs For Automotion".

 
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