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Snuff the Punk (Re-Mastered)

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Coming Back
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Let The Music Do The Talking
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Draw The Line
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Who Is Right?
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Get It Straight
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Run
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Snuff The Punk
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Can Tou Feel It?
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Three In The Power Of One
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Every Knee
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Who's In This House/Murder
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 43:03

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Who's gonna draw the line?

Extol-Christ

"Draw The Line" was always one of the highlights of the band's live show in the early days. This is the band when they used to use the tag "hip-hop hardcore." It's raw, and the band's faith is evident in the spirit-filled lyrics. This is a great work-out or driving CD.

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Early POD

psmgamer2005

For fans of POD that just like Fundamental Elements of South Town, Satellite, Payable On Death, Testify, and When Angels and Seperants Dance take a look at this album. Its the foundation for POD who would explode with their major debut album in 1998. Its a rare cd that was released on Rescue Records that hard to find and worth owning. It shows that POD aren't ashamed of Jesus Christ and show it in their songs.

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Great Early P.O.D.

ZPWeeks

I'm glad to see this up on eMusic... As a CD, this is a semi-rare gem. This album has a much heavier metal/rock/rapcore feel than a lot of their more popular stuff. However, even though it was released in 1994, you can tell that the artists' individual playing styles are already well defined. As a group, they still had a few more years to learn how to combine their sounds effectively, so this one is a bit harder to listen to. The music on this album is very "busy" - a lot of noise going on so that you can't really pick out what's going on with, say, just the bass part. People into hits like "Boom" or "Youth of the Nation" won't find anything similar here, but if you preferred Fundamental Elements of Southtown to other albums, this is a great listen.

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Snuff the Punk, P.O.D.’s second album for Christian indie Rescue Records, was re-released in early 2000 by the Diamante label following the band’s major-label debut in 1999. It captures the band in their formative stage, still honing their fairly wide-ranging rap-metal sound, but providing enough moments of raw power to satisfy fans. – Steve Huey