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Snapcase

End Transmission

Victory 1752

Released on September 24, 2002


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Snapcase have always promoted freethinking through communication and the unrelenting quest for change. As one of the most progressive and influential bands in independent music, Snapcase have lead the movement to combine intellectual theory with aggressive music for over ten years. Many of today's most sought-after bands including P.O.D. and Thursday have cited Snapcase as one of their main influences. Throughout Snapcase's pragmatic career they have been revered as one of the most innovative, intelligent and undeniably inspirational bands around. "End Transmission" is the latest chapter in their fascinating career. "End Transmission" tells the tale of Snapcase's cerebral, conceptual vision of a futuristic society. Snapcase has built a stellar reputation for composing lyrics exploring themes of self-determination, affirmation and personal challenge. With complex guitar lines, harmonic distortion, and relentless rhythms, they create the sonic explosion that has evolved Snapcase into one of hardcore's greatest bands.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Coagulate Voted #1  22%
2 Cadence  3%
3 The Beat  6%
4 Believe, Revolt  8%
5 Ten A.M.  6%
6 First Word Voted #3  10%
7 New Kata  6%
8 A Synthesis Of Classic Forms  10%
9 Aperture  3%
10 Exile Etiquette Voted #2  16%
11 Interrogation  2%
12 Litmus Test  2%
13 ID/Hindsight  6%
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Craig from Charlottetown, PE Canada 
Dec 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When I first heard some descriptions of this album, I was immediately skeptical (snapcase songs with pianos?). However, after the first few listens you realize that this record is a classic. This redefines the type of band snapcase is. If you heard of "the argument" by Fugazi, this record is similar in that it really branches out from their previous work. The songs that I were disappointed in would be considered the more typical snapcase songs. A synthesis of classic forms and ID/hindsight are incredible songs. Coagulate will easily please hardcore fans and this disc will win snapcase new fans as well as hold on to their previous fans. Record of the year, hands down.

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Joey from San Jose, CA 
Nov 15 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

they just keep pushing the envelope further.. they never do a record twice... i really liked what theyve done here. "exile etiquette" is amazing. a lot of people may not like it because its different from other bands but they will

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Adam from Marquette, MI 
Nov 10 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm a long time fan of Snapcase, and I was somewhat dissapointed with this release. Don't get me wrong, it's a good cd, and it's definetely growing on me, but I don't think Snapcase will ever release a cd as good as Progression Through Unlearing. For any other die hard Snapcase fans, this is a great cd. For someone who's just getting into their music, I'd suggest starting with one of their earlier cd's.

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Eric from Oak Ridge, MO 
Oct 15 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At first listening, I was somewhat disappointed. I had preconceived notions on what a SNAPCASE record "should sound like". But, I have always agreed with the message in their lyrics (which, in my opinion, is sometimes more important than the music itself). So I decided not to rely on my own prejudices and give it another shot. After only a few more listen throughs I was even more impressed with this album than the previous ones. Their blending of passionate hardness with an almost "new age"ness is, in itself, noteworthy. They are one of the few bands (or any people for that matter) that understand the importance of what personal freedom, having an unique identity, and the struggle to maintain both in this world is. Thank You SNAPCASE for steadfasting. "WE ARE THE PARIAHS"





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