I've mentioned the story of how I bought this record enough times already that maybe it's about time I actually posted it. You could argue with "Not Listening" that Snuff, like a lot of other bands besides them, delivered their all-time best song right off the bat, so needless to say I was pretty psyched for punk rock after I bought this.
If you've never heard Snuff before-- okay, so it's possible-- think of Leatherface, or Pegboy if they had a decent singer, although most likely you wouldn't have heard of any of them, either. Put another way, the runout groove to this 45 reads, "We may be poor but we're fuckin' loud", and I guess dat is all the people need to know. Heck, that's even better than "The Boise dork will die in Idaho", which I forgot to mention is on the Treepeople 7". My apologies for not staying on top of these things, but I can't do everything around here, y'know.
"Dead & Buried"
(these files are now listen-only)