Thursday, January 12, 2006


Edmonton, Alberta's SNFU (Society's No Fucking Use) formed in 1982 and surprisingly are still together today (I thought the broke up years ago). I was a fan of the band's first two albums (...And No One Else Wanted To Play and If You Swear You'll Catch No Fish) but lost interest at some point. The tracks here are from Real Men Don't Watch Quincy, a 1990 bootleg that compiled the band's tracks from the It Came From Innerspace compilation on side A along with two 1982 demo tracks on the flip. The comp tracks are great, "...Quincy" and "Strip Search" are both catchy, mid tempo punk well worth checking out. The demo tracks sound like, well, demos. And for those you wondering what all of the Quincy talk is about then check out these pages. "Why would anyone want to listen to music that makes you hate, when you can listen to music that makes you love?" Thanks, Quincy.

SNFU - Real Men Don't Watch Quincy.mp3
SNFU - Strip Search.mp3
SNFU - Grunt, Groan, Rant & Rave.mp3
SNFU - Life of a Bag Lady.mp3
SNFU - This is the End.mp3