The RIAA says,
So wouldn't the iTunes store be concidered Piracy? or Electronic Piracy?
and PS.. iHate iTunes
27 April 2006
Snapcase 'End Transmission'
so, honestly, i was never really into Snapcase before we toured with them. their early stuff was the kind of hardcore i just didn't get. Snapcase was together for a long time. Adam put on a show for them in Denver or Colorado Springs way back. long before i was going to shows.
'End Transmission' was their last official album. 'Bright Flashes' came out afterward, but it was a collection of b-sides and covers.
'End Transmission' embodies the perfect balance of hardcore in rock. not too 'tough'. not 'chuggy'. not overly technical without reason. little screaming. it does have clear, straight forward rock beats. good riffs. powerfull dynamics. and they allowed themselves to write slower and lighter songs, invoking a higher level of emotion and feeling.
Daryl has a very strange voice. one that took a while to grow on me. it's not quite a scream, not quite sung, more of a yell. for some reason it works perfectly.
experiencing their raw power night after night was awe-inspiring. another band that never got what they deserved. watching Snapcase was like being taught how to be in a band, how to perform, how to carry yourself. professionalism. everything about their band inspired me to be a better musician. i have the highest level of respect for those guys. it's unfortunate they weren't able to pull through.
'End Transmission' is a career defining record. highly influential.
Greg and Vaux.
Release date: By 24 September, 2002