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Supersnazz - Diode City flac album

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Performer: Supersnazz
Title: Diode City
Released: 1998
Style: Punk
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: AHX MMF AUD DMF MIDI MPC DXD

Band Name Supersnazz. Album Name Diode City. Data de lançamento 1998. Labels Sympathy For The Record Industry Time Bomb Records. Estilo de MúsicaGarage Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.

Supersnazz ‎– Diode City. Label: Sympathy For The Record Industry ‎– SFTRI 568. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Pink. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All.

The 1998 record Diode City, the third for Japanese rockers Supersnazz, presents a change for the band. Not only is the once all-girl group now a girl group with male drummer - Shoe, who formerly did drumming duties for Teengenerate has replaced Skinny Minny - but this is a more poppy and playful album than their 1993 debut Superstupid!, with a cleaner sound and vocals, and lyrics that are more comprehensible. The band has also improved as songwriters and musicians, crafting songs for this album that have more layers of texture and greater complexity. But while it's hard to fault a band.

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Listen to music from Supersnazz like Baby Love, Words of Love & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Supersnazz. They have released 5 studio albums and been featured in various compilations such as Tokyo Trashville! and a Robert Johnson tribute album. Supersnazz released their first EP, I Wanna Be Your Love, in 1992.

Download Supersnazz - It's Alright. Diode City: Best 2 songs. Supersnazz - Just Cause 02:04. Supersnazz - Mr. Gee 01:52. Supersnazz: best 2 tracks. Supersnazz - Just Cause Diode City, 1999 02:04. Gee Diode City, 1999 01:52.

Supersnazz is the first studio album by the garage rock band the Flamin' Groovies. It was released in 1969 on the Epic label. The release was their only album recorded expressly for a major record label, although all of their next five albums were distributed by major labels.