SNYDER: AFTERPARTY

Where can you get 6 SNYDER studio albums 2 SNYDER live albums and a SNYDER DVD all in one place? AFTERPARTY: The Official SNYDER box set. AFTERPARTY includes the five classic SNYDER albums, Just The Tip, Pant Like A Dog, Come Inside, All Over Your Face and Come Again all completely remastered with all new cover art and 10 never before released bonus tracks PER ALBUM! That’s 50 never before available new songs. Plus, you get SNYDER’s final studio Album THRUSTER as well as the DVD, Keep Em Coming about the complete history of the band with two bonus hours of concert footage from the Farewell Tour. You also get the live albums Alive in 05,from the 2005 Still Hard Reunion tour and LIVE ‘TIL DEATH from the final SNYDER concert ever, the last stop on the Farewell Tour back where it all began in Liberty Park.

In 1983 SNYDER released Just The Tip, it was well-received by fans and though hated by critics it topped the American Billboard 200chart. The album still remains the fastest-selling debut album in the history of the world ever.

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King Dut stated in 1985 that many of the songs featured on the album had been written while the band had been living in a cave down near Beaver stadium. This probably isn’t true though just as the claim that Joe Paternois actually King Dut’s father is a flat out lie.

Closer to the truth is probably a quote from Turbo in a 1999 Hit Parader interview, “Dut, Cimba and I were sitting down at the Ranger on a back table drinkin sixers of Straub and terrorizing little kids for their ice cream. While we sat there we started shouting things at the chicks coming out of the high school and Dut wrote it all down and made it rhyme.

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SNYDER entered Willow Beach studios in March of 1982 to begin work on the album. Production was delayed for a time as Cimba’s wrist was fractured on the third day fo recording, doctor’s said it probably wouldn’t have happened if his wrists weren’t so limp.

Production got back on track in September and on June 7th, 1983 Just The Tip was released.

Just The Tip

I have to be honest, this is one of my favorites. This song is not only the perfect opener for the album, but the perfect opener for SNYDER’s career. A 54 second sering guitar solo fades into a build up of the band leading into a long scream from King Dut which then smashes into your ear drums with the lyric, “Your mama should have warned you ’bout guys like me, I’m a snake in the grass, love the way you shake your ass, baby you got just what I need”.

The song stays in high gear through the bridge and into the lead where Bodie Mann and Turbo duel for guitar supremacy where the major winner is the listener. Dut then delivers the most memorable vocal performance of his entire career and the song ends leaving you wanting, dare I say needing, more.

Ramrod

One of the few musical gems completely written by Cimba, Ramrod tells the tale of a man who may or may not have raped another person that may or may not have been alive at the time of the raping and may or may not have been another man. The song is cryptic, full of double meanings and a little gay…just like Cimba.

Lickin’ Up Your Love Juice

Intricate bass lines, difficult finger work and trademark “bass barking” technique all blend together to weave a beautiful, mystical tapestry. A tapestry that grabs you be the side of the head and ear fucks your brain into a state of rock n’ roll never achieved before this album by any band ever.

Dut drops in a vocal performance that is both animalistc and unpredictable while maintaining a sort of chaotic beauty while Bodie and Turbo both deliver hot riffs over Cimba’s steady back beat. This is a solid rocker any way you slice it.

Take It Off, Get It On

KISS had “Rock N’ Roll All Night”, Guns N’ Roses had “Welcome To The Jungle” and Led Zeppelin had “Whole Lotta Love”, but none have ever rivaled the intensity, the power and the insanity set forth by Take It Off, Get It On.

“Loose women in tight jeans always make me feel good, long legs in a little dress got me sproutin wood, baby take off that shirt, I promise this won’t hurt, at least not as much as it could” has become one of the most recognizable lines in the history of hard rock thanks to Dut’s vocal stylings and perfect delivery.

In Her Eyes

The fifth track on the album is “In Her Eyes”. This song is instantly offensive. With a title and an intro that make it sound like it could be a love song, after 20 seconds it breaks into screaming guitars and lyrics about receiving oral sex in a filthly bus station bathroom stall from a girl with no teeth. “She took out her dentures and she got on her knees, then she looked up at me and said, ‘put it where you please’” and “Sometimes I aim for the chest, sometimes I slap it on their thighs, but this little lady had it all in her eyes” are just an example of the type of lyrics that fill this song. Bodie Mann does execute what is probably his best and tightest solo on the album in this track.

Party In The Bush

The controversy surrounding this song almost kept the album from being released entirely. An early recording of this song was stolen from the studio by an angered ex-employee and was distributed through a boot leg network. The lyrics to this song were so filthy, so vile and depraved that one young man who was studying to be a minister left the seminary removed all of his clothing and for three weeks tormented the Lower East Side as the “Manhattan Masturbator”. When authorities finally apprehended him he was screaming the lyrics to Party In The Bush and had a crazed look in his eyes. He had allegedly smeared his own semen on 108 women.

As for the song itself it is always a crowd favorite.

Backseat Girl

Originally written by Turbo for Jackie Fox, formerly of the Runaways Turbo decided to keep the song after a messy affair with Fox. The song begins as a slow acoustic jam and for the first half leads the listener to believe it is an instrumental until Dut calmly states, “If its got tits or tires it’ll cost you money and piss you off” and then screams “OH SHE’S A BACKSEAT GIRRRRRRRRRRL”.

The second half of the song is the most guitar heavy of any on the album, featuring nine different guitar riffs, a chorus riff, a lyrical riff, seven leads and a bridge with a healthy scoop of feedback at the end. Groz took his bass for a walk in what Bass Player magazine called one of the defining bass lines of the 1980′s and Cimba’s drumming was so intense that Pete Townshend was once quoted as saying, “If Mooney (Kieth Moon) had lived long enough to hear the way Cimba smacked those skins he would have killed himself in a fit of jealousy”.

Dut was the icing on this musical cake, laying down vocals that can instantly make a woman’s panties moist. His vocal range was far beyond any of his peers including Freddy Mercury and Ronnie James Dio.

Bacon and Legs

The only song on the album to showcase Dut playing an instrument features King blowing on a harmonica. This classic track is soaked in southern rock style with more of a metal edge and spins a yarn about a sexual romp with a busty female police officer.

Bonus Tracks:
Jacket Off
Bumrush
Blastoff
Hey Mama (Yo Mama)
Daughter of a preacher Man
I can’t wait to be Able to Afford Cocaine
Hooskow (Whose Cow?)
Zipperlips
In the Valley
Pant Like A Dog is the second studio album by American hard rock band SNYDER. Released in 1984, it showed a slightly different musical direction, perhaps of new guitarist Nasty, a more metal direction. The album has been certified diamond (plus 18x platinum) by the RIAA,accumulating worldwide sales in excess of thirty-three million.

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Pant Like A Dog debuted at number 7 and climbed the charts all the way to number 2 where it stayed for 51 weeks. It is the favorite album of Nasty to this day.

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Just before the start of the Japanese and Australian tour founding lead guitarist Bodie Mann was fired from the band. His replacement would be Nasty, a guitarist and porno collector from Texas with a long history of playing in metal bands or at least, pretending too.

Since 90% of the songs for the album were written while on the road the album reflects more on the “rock and roll” life style. Songs such as “IHOP” and “The Tight Stuff” showcase the rampant and devious sex parties the group became known for while songs like “Its 4AM, Where’s My Bicycle?” and “Whiskey Dicked” bring to light the unworldly amount of liquor the band consumed.

Turbo, and Nasty actually wrote most of the music and lyrics to this album while Dut would come in, change a couple of words, drink a fifth of vodka, have sex with an ugly prostitue and then take a writing credit.

Down at the IHOP (International House of Pussy)

The first track on the album, IHOP was also the first single put out to promote the album. Rolling Stone called the song “Oversexed, Underthought and obviously written by someone who’s never had sex”, yet still ranked it one of the best songs of 1984 one year later.

With lyrics like, “Well the blacker the berry, they say the sweeter the juice, and all the little asian girls you, you know they’re loose. I love the pink tacos of the Mexican chicks and Polish girls really love my dick. Indian broads, the do or the feather, doesn’t really matter it don’t get no better” and mind melting guitar riffs from both Turbo and Nasty this song is everything an 80’s metal song should be and more.

Alabama Slammer!

Rumor has it that this song was originally written for the Smokey and the Bandit 3 soundtrack but the band refused to let them use it after they saw how shitty the movie was.

If the theme from Shaft had been written by a bunch of white dudes drunk on SoCo and high on a mountain of cocaine, this is what it would sound like. In a later interview Dut was quoted as saying, “I didn’t know what the hell this shit was. I mean, I got into the booth, heard the music and my pelvis started pulsating like I was butt fucking some girl who’s face I didn’t want to see. They had some kind of lyrics for me about, I dunno, dancing or sleeping or some bullshit, I wrote new lyrics that kicked ass”.

Number on the Wall

This track starts off with a thundering drum solo by the track’s writer Cimba. The solo eventually breaks down into a steady beat where Groz starts laying down a disco-esquegroove on the bass. Turbo and Nasty come in full force with a dual octave lead which ends when Dut starts delivering a wail from deep in his bowels.

In a 2001 interview on The House of Hair Cimba talked about how he came up with the idea for the song, “We were on the road, somewhere between Davenort and Cedar Rapids, Iowa when we pulled into this big truck stop. I went into the shitter to take a dump and on the wall of the stall amidst the Nazi symbols and limericks was something that said, ‘Dan, Wanna suck it’ then it listed his number. Everyone always thought this song was about hooking up with a woman and rocking her world when really it was about me calling up this dude Dan and sucking him off ’til he sprayed all over my face. Ha ha ha”.

Whiskey Dicked

The fist track written entirely by Nasty, it reaches out right through your speakers and sucker punching you in the ear, nose and throat this is Whiskey Dicked!

The old school metal is hot and heavy and is comin’ at ya fast n’ furious like a freight train screamin’ through the night and crashing into an orphanage setting all the little parent-less kids on fire and body slamming the survivors. This song is nothing short of a masterpiece and probably the best example of Dut’s vocal abilities in his entire career, he hits notes that people previously didn’t even know existed. Turbo, Groz and Cimba all build a strong platform for Nasty to stand upon and make his guitar scream into the heavens and ear rape god.

Dr. Beefhammer

Opening with a bayou-inspired slide guitar line by Turbo and featuring off-kilter drum syncopations from Cimba, it’s a strange bluesy tune that sort of says to you, “does this rag smell like Chloroform” just before it knocks you out. When you come too you’re bound and gagged in the trunk of an old Caddy being driven straight to hell and up the Devil’s asshole by the true masters of metal.

Rock My Rocket

HUGE guitars on this one. It’s all about the rumbling, rolling riffs here. The six-string work is nothing short of smokin’ for the track’s duration. all strutting-guitars, solid play from the rhythm section and grooving vocals from King Dut. There’s little of the huge vocal hooks that you expect from SNYDER at this juncture but there’s still plenty of the band’s trademark hip-swinging grooves and funk-laden swagger.

The brilliance in the third verse of the song, just before the bridge, can’t really be explained without the music behind it, but here is the lyric,

“You may be a smitten kitten, but I got better things with lower inhibitions to do. You know how to get on your knees, but only to pray, and that ain’t what I need from you. Your sister kissed her then she gave her a lick and my head started to spin. If you wanna rock my rocket, girl show up wearin’ nothin’ but a grin!”

The Tight Stuff

It is popular belief that every metal album needs to feature a ballad but that belief is proven wrong. This song was written by Groz and Noah on the back of a Shoney’s napkin and features some of the most complex bass playing of Groz’s career. This track isn’t as “in your face” as the other tracks on the album, but it is by no means a “ballad” or a “slow jam”, it just moves at a different pace.

This was one of the last tracks to actually be recorded and both Dut and Turbo make a poor showing on this track as they were both soaked in alcohol and too busy chasing skeezy strippers to give proper performances.

Its 4AM, Where’s My Bicycle

King Dut and Turbo were known to the world as “The Booze Brothers” for the longest time and this song plays out like the story of their decent into alcoholism set to music. According to Groz and Bodie Mann, this track was written at the beginning of the tour, before Bodie was fired. The band had just finished a show in Branson, Mo and Dut and Turbs were down at the hotel bar. A group of guys from the Pagans Motorcycle Club recognized the two and invited them to ride with them to a local strip club. At the club details blur, but according to legend and the song Dut and Turb engaged the Pagans in a series of drinking games and won. As a prize the Pagans offered use of their club house for Dut and Turbs to “bone strippers and get their dicks wet”.

A few hours later Dut and Turbo were walking down the side of the interstate, Dut naked except for a sombrero and Turbo wearing only a pair of mismatched cowboy boots and a Jim Morrison style belt. A police officer picked them up and took them to the station and when Dut made his one phone call he drunk dialed Amber of Amber and the Bum Rushers and said “It’s 4AM, where’s my bicycle?” then demanded a sponge bath using hot Italian wedding soup and hung up the phone.

Love Burns

This is a track about what one can only describe as “neck herpes”. Lets not go into it.

Pant Like A Dog

Dut and Cimba wrote and recorded a demo of this song years before, just after the break up of C.R.O.Y.L.E. and completely forgot about it. They found the demo in the bottom of a box marked “used magazines” in Cimba’s attic under a stack of muscle building magazines.

Dut and Nasty take turns hitting high notes, Dut with his mouth and Noah on the guitar, to start this track off and it makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up. It all slowly builds on itself until the volume cranks up on Cimba and Groz in the mix and Turbo joins Nasty in leading the listener on a musical, guitar driven adventure.

Dut sounds as though he has a certain sadness in his voice as he delivers the lyrics to this song which really helps to capture the mood of the solemn experience they are talking about…porking a fatty.

Bonus Tracks:
Itchy
Girl Can Rock
Rock the Rock
Lets Rock Baby
Motor City Rock
Skirts
Thigh High
So Wet
In the Sack
Rock More Rock

The band rented the Winchester Mystery House to record their next album, Come Inside and moved in to begin work. Progress moved slowly though as Dut and Turbo would spend most of their time drinking and fighting, on most occasions, dragging Cimba into the fights.

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After nearly a year of recording, drinking, fighting, being arrested, breaking up and getting back together SNYDER released, Come Inside, which is without a doubt their most successful album to date.

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Come Inside is the third studio album by American hard rock band SNYDER. Released in 1987, the album featured a heavy focus on the use of a keyboard in the songs. The album has been certified diamond (plus 18x platinum) by the RIAA, accumulating worldwide sales in excess of thirty-three million.

Turbo Charger, well-known for his guitar prowess but also a classically-trained pianist, used Come Inside as an opportunity to take the band into different territory. Additionally, Come Inside was the first SNYDER album to be recorded at the Winchester Mystery House. Turbo Charger’s keyboard playing is more prominent on Come Inside than on any prior SNYDER album.

The title track “Come Inside” has become one of the band’s signature songs and has been used in over 173 movie soundtracks and called the greatest song in the history of recorded music ever.

The album’s original release credits all songs to Turbo Charger, King Dut and Joe Paterno. Songs from this album which appeared on compilations released after a royalty renegotiation with the band’s label Fauq Eue Records(Best of SNYDER, GREAT ASS TITS.) and a lawsuit brought by King Dut (during the preparations for the Youth In Asia album) were credited to Turbo Charger, King Dut, Cimba and Nasty with Paterno’s name removed from the credits.

Like many bands starting out on their career, SNYDER shared songwriting credit equally between all members (including guitar instrumentals, which were clearly composed only by Turbo Charger), but subsequent claims would lend credibility to the view that all songs were entirely or predominantly written by Turbo Charger (music) and King Dut (lyrics and vocal melody).

Track Listing:
Ton O’ Tongue
I wanna be (inside you)
Wherever the ROAD may HEAD
Black Girls
Ball Game
Hair In My Teeth
Come Inside
Right There
Slippin in the Shower
Will You Come Again?

Bonus Tracks:
Two Ton O’ Tongue
Mom Boobs
Two Drink Minimum
Pay The Rent (With Sex)
Hard On Me
Pay For Sex (With Rent)
Smells Like Shit
Homeless Girl
Fresh Cookie

Dut was obsessed with the fact that KISS wasn’t wearing their make up anymore and suggested for their next album that SNYDER put on makeup of their own. Rather than go into rehab, the band decided the key was to drink and do drugs MORE to try and reach another stage of thought. To further complicate things Dut, Turbo and Cimba refused to be in the same place together at the same time, so their parts were quite literally phoned in.

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The result was the less than stellar, All Over Your Face album. Fan support was at an all time high so the album sold well and Cimba was quoted as saying at one point, “The entire album could be just a recording of me sodomizing a bass guitar and the world would love it.” SNYDER was ripping apart at the seems.

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Track Listing:
All Over Your Face
Blown Out
Youe Should See Her Box
This song’s About Sex
Nose Job
8ITALL
Sting Ring

Bonus Tracks:
Walk Of Shame
Cab Fair
That aint my Kid
Van Halen Sucks
Balls to the Wall (cover)
Back Hand
Bible Beater
Fresh Meat
Get Out of My Bed
No Candy For You

MTV news host, Kurt Loder decided to use the full weight of the network to plead with Dut, Cimba, Turbo and Nasty, excluding Bodie as no one ever liked him, to put the band back together going so far as to issue an open invitation on the air to play one show at MTV studios for $1 Million USD.

Two weeks later  Nasty went on MTV news and begged King Dut, Cimba and Turbo Charger to put aside their differences and do the show. Fan response was so great that for 3 weeks straight the only videos played on TRL were from SNYDER. Dut and Cimba agreed to join up with Nasty and Groz to do an MTV Unplugged show.

Finally the night came around, Dec. 8 2002. Nasty was at the venue warming up when the door opened and Cimba walked in. Next to enter was King Dut. There was no sign of Turbo and as show time approached the band agreed to go on without him.
The curtain rose, the band took the stage and seconds later Turbo walked out, shook hands with Dut and Cimba and the band seemed to have a magic to them that they hadn’t had since 1983.

On August 28th 2005 the hard rock/heavy metal group SNYDER gave a press conference on the deck of the USS. Geroge Washington to announce their full tour schedule and details of the tour.

Alive in '05

The SNYDER line up for the tour was King Dut, Turbo Charger, Cimba and Nasty as well as aditional musicians such as Brett “One For The Money Wilson” on keyboard, Joe “The Darkness Chulick” on percussion and a chorus of back up singers.

Come Again is the 2009 release and “comeback” album by American hard rock band, SNYDER.
Burning Bush

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Given the eleven years since their last barely passable studio album – 1997’s Fisting For Compliments it seemed unlikely that SNYDER would ever release another album of new material.

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Seemingly invigorated by a huge recent upsurge in interest in their hefty back catalogue by the younger generation of rock listeners into the studio they went, and six weeks later emerged armed with Come Again. However, we didn’t expect them to knock one out of the park this early with this heaving, sweating lump of fabulous groove straight from 1985. “Take It Off” are the first words to exit King Dut’s mouth and immediately our ears are pricked to what is not stylistically a typical SNYDER track, a circular, bass heavy riff driving everything along. The net result is your immediate desire to renew that direct debit to the’ SNYDER Brigade’ while arranging to graft eight or more inches of surplus off your backside on to your tongue—it really is that good.

Deeper, Harder, Wetter, Hotter

The first of Turbo Charger’s vocal contributions and as they go, this isn’t at all bad. In fact the years have been pretty kind to the ‘god of humpin’, and his voice has actually developed more than a semblance of melody. It’s raw, punchy and lyrically the usual innuendo ridden stuff “give the crank a yank, get my motor runnin” etc, which we’ve heard often before but here’s it’s done with a freshness of attitude that’s been absent for a long, long time.

Don’t Pay To Play

Classic SNYDER and this could easily fit into their live set without being noticed as a brand new track. King Dut seems to have done some kind of ‘Benjamin Button’ reverse ageing thing with his vocals because he sounds every bit as energetic as he did back in their 80’s heyday. Nasty Noah too has slotted in nicely as an Bodie replacement but without all the ‘space’ and its associated discordant rambling solos. This is obvious single material, if such things exist anymore, and is SNYDER at their best. They’ve remarkably managed to summon the best attributes of their past without sounding dated, while at the same time making it all sound relevant to now—brilliant.

Too Druck to Funk

Groz’s rumbling bass drives this fairly standard SNYDER number along in a way that it hasn’t for years (apparently he was really motivated in the studio) Not just that, Cmba sings too, and tunefully does it. Chunky and not overly overdriven guitar combined with that satisfying emphasis on bass give this a solid feel with some more good-time, tail chasing lyrics, as you’d expect…

Rigid

This one will completely divide opinions. Initially a straight-ahead rocker in the vein of the classic ‘Just The Tip’ which at no time threatens to dissolve into a ‘Stain The Sheets’ or ‘Rusty Trombone’ type anthem; until it does exactly that with a cheesy, cheesy chorus which no other band on the planet would get away with. Not content with that, it even dives into a multi-vocal layered mid section before returning to the huge stadium rock chorus which you could imagine appearing in some awful teen movie. Though it works, it’s probably one of the lone stray chunks of rock ‘n’ roll fromage on here and probably the closest relative to some of their late 80s and early 90s howlers.

She’s Grown Up With Her Panties Down

Cowbell-accented drums and more classroom innuendo punctuate this chunk of typical SNYDER fodder. It all sounds very live and not in any way over-produced (seemingly no Pro-Tools were used anywhere on the record). “Put your ankles near your ears and get ready to accept” should give you some idea of what Turbo’s referring to and the song’s easily good enough to forgive him such childishly dated folly.

I Like It (The Taste of Love)

Drummer Cimba, who has assuredly hammered out rock-solid backing thus far, lends a hand on vocal duties with fabulous result. This is absolutely solid gold stuff reminiscent of Pant Like A Dog era SNYDER, but with the nastier edge Noah’s solo is absolutely killer too – what talent he’s brought to the band.

Sweatin’ In The Night

“Sweatin in the night, Drippin down my chest, Get down on ya knees and do what you do best!”— terrible, terrible lyrics but again the track bails itself out of the mire in grand style. Starting with a quietly picked guitar intro before fading satisfyingly (why do bands not fade-in much these days?) Aerosmith like riff and King Dut’s most effective vocal outing on the record. You get the impression that they’re all really enjoying this stuff and again Groz’s sonorous bass rumble is very much in evidence, aidded by Turbos’s own production.

Donkey Punchers Inc.

A huge, lumbering riff of Zeppelin-esque (‘Dazed and Confused’ springs to mind) proportions and another King Dut vocal characterize this beast of a track bristling with stalker menace. Similar in nature to let’s say ‘Thrust Bone’ off Come Inside it stomps emphatically all over some of the tedious filler of recent albums. This is fast becoming King Dut’s showpiece and surely his richest vein of contribution in their history.

Give ‘er The Shocker

‘Musical singers’ continues with guitarist Nasty Noah wrestling control of the mic this time around. He in no way disappoints, dialing in a pretty effective vocal effort that many more established singers would die for. More cowbells and a riff that’s been done before give way to a straight-forward bridge/chorus. The closest you’d get to ‘stock’ material but in the context of the quality of the album generally that’s probably being overly critical.

Come Again

When we expect filler we get utter killer, and if you’re not singing this in the car or the bath you’ve no business whatsoever reading this review. Again, King Dut’s vocals are a revelation – wielding an insanely addictive hook reminiscent of ‘In The Wet Spot’ from the All Over Your Face era but much, much better. Nasty’s solo is brilliant too and sounds like the god’s having sex; fitting the song brilliantly and carrying no excess fret flab whatsoever.

Bonus Tracks:
Hands On (The Ballad of Cherrie)
Pretty Kitty
Two For One
Load Master
This One’s Gonna Cost Me
Dropped Outta School To Work The Pole
HiJinx
Only Legal In Mexico
Here it Comes
Volcano (Better Than Eruption (Eddie Van Halen Can Suck It))

When long time SNYDER fan Dave Mustaine heard the band was going to be spending at least two months working in the studio writing songs and rehearsing before actually recording he suggested they bring in world-renowned film maker Clyde Lingenfelter to make a documentary about the band.

When Clyde arrived at the compound he expected to see rock n’ roll excess and tensions within the band but what he got was so much more than what he bargained for. The result is the 6 hour and 22 minute opus entitled “SNYDER: Keep ‘Em Coming”.

This outstanding film covers the entire career of the band from its inception in a Liberty Park basement in 1978 to its current state in 2010. The definitive 32 year history of the band pulls no punches when exposing the line up changes of the band including interviews with all 17 current and former members of the band, their 9 different managers as well as celebrity interviews with Dave Mustaine, Pete Steele, Gene Simmons, Ozzy Osbourne, Stephen Pearcy, Steve “Lips” Kudlow, Vince Neil, Axl Rose, Slash, Bruce Kulick, Rob Halford, Glenn Danzig, Terry Bollea, Randall Poffo, Andre Young, Tracy Marrow, Curtis Jackson, Tom Waits, Billy Squire, Donnie Iris, Eddie Trunk, Howard Stern, Conan O’Brein and many others.

Without a doubt SNYDER is one of the most influential bands to have ever performed leaving their mark on almost all genres of music and lending inspiration to almost every band in the last 25 years. This intimate look at the band explores their love/hate relationships with each other and shines a light on an organization that is united in brotherhood and torn apart by business dealings.

All of the greatest comedies are based on tragedies of human emotion and the story of SNYDER is no different. This band has had to deal with treason, death, loss, glory, fame, drug addiction, sex addiction, accusations and ultimately triumph  in the face of adversity.

Accompanying the Blu-Ray and DVD release of this epic story will be a cd box set including all eight SNYDER cds as well as a brand new live compilation from their “Droppin’ Balls with SNYDER” performance of their classic hits and four band new studio tracks.

If you love music, if you love SNYDER, if you love America you owe it to yourself to own this fantastic documentary of a band built on a dream and fueled by a vision.

The final album, “Thruster” is a concept album about a young man coming of age and coming to grips with sex addiction, alcohol addiction and triumphing over adversity. No doubt most of the stories were influenced by the real life misadventures of the band. The album was produced by legendary producer Rick Ruben…’s third cousin twice removed, Laurie Graham and features a wide variety of hard rock styles.

SNYDER'S Final Studio Album

Long time members King Dut, Turbo and Nasty teamed up with new drummer Asian Cimba and bassist The JaGe as well as welcomed back former guitarist Bodie McNapnap as their keyboardist.

When asked for comment King Dut said, “The premise is that our dicks are like the crystal skulls and during an orgy our dicks communicated with one another and a bunch of weird shit happened.” Turbo replied, “Its about this kid Richard Thrust, who joins a band and rockets to fame and has to learn to deal with it. He’s faced with the question, is it actually better to burn out or fade away”.

Track Listing:
Pull The Train
Crystal Head (Won’t You Gimme Some)
Ass Station
Temple of Boom
Eiffel Tower
Thruster
Double Dribble
(Tits) Out the Backside
High Fivin,
Bend ‘er Over Break It Off

The Live ‘Til Death Tour was a concert tour performed by the rock group SNYDER. It was to be SNYDER’S last tour.

The FINAL SYNDER recording EVER!!!

The initial Japanese leg of the Farewell Tour was announced by promoters in 2011 and cancelled six days later due to “scheduling problems.”

In an interview with Dut at the show in Ames, Iowa, he stated that after the Australian leg, would be 5 final shows in Sidman at Liberty Park Pool.

The line up for this tour was King Dut, Turbo, Nasty, Asian Cimba, The JaGe and Bodie McNapnap.

The Live Album features 50 Classic SNYDER Hits

Track Listing:
Just The Tip
Lickin’ Up Your Love Juice
In Her Eyes
Backseat Girl
Bacon and Legs
Jacket Off
Bumrush
Hooskow (Whose Cow?)
Zipperlips
Down at the IHOP (International House of Pussy)
Number on the Wall
Dr. Beefhammer
The Tight Stuff
Love Burns
Pant Like A Dog
Itchy
Skirts
Thigh High
So Wet
In the Sack
Ton O’ Tongue
Wherever the ROAD may HEAD
Black Girls
Ball Game
Hair In My Teeth
Come Inside
Pay The Rent (With Sex)
Pay For Sex (With Rent)
Homeless Girl
All Over Your Face
8ITALL
Sting Ring
No Candy For You
Deeper, Harder, Wetter, Hotter
Don’t Pay To Play
Rigid
She’s Grown Up With Her Panties Down
I Like It (The Taste of Love)
Sweatin’ In The Night
Donkey Punchers Inc.
Give ‘er The Shocker
Come Again
Hands On (The Ballad of Cherrie)
Load Master
Dropped Outta School To Work The Pole
Pull The Train
Crystal Head (Won’t You Gimme Some)
Ass Station
Temple of Boom
Thruster

This entire Box Set is available from SNYtone Records for only $499.99

 

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