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Double colored vinyl LP pressing. 30 years ago Snog's 'Lies Inc.' album changed the face of industrial and electronic music forever. Satirical, sarcastic, nihilistic, darkly humorous and yet all too human, global hits like 'Corporate Slave', 'Shop' and 'Born To Be Mild' presented humanity in the blackest of velvet black mirrors. Originally released in Germany in 1992 on the Machinery label (and in the U.S and Australia in 1993), 'Corporate Slave' would become a global alternative dancefloor phenomenon and the 'Shop' remixes ironic chart hits on three continents. Snog have carved their own uniquely and charmingly dystopian career since, with recent albums 'Lullabies For The Lithium Age' and 'Eight Offerings For the Undead' being obvious highlights. Often imitated but never equalled, Snog truly are your best Apocalyptic Entertainment value proposition.
Double colored vinyl LP pressing. 30 years ago Snog's 'Lies Inc.' album changed the face of industrial and electronic music forever. Satirical, sarcastic, nihilistic, darkly humorous and yet all too human, global hits like 'Corporate Slave', 'Shop' and 'Born To Be Mild' presented humanity in the blackest of velvet black mirrors. Originally released in Germany in 1992 on the Machinery label (and in the U.S and Australia in 1993), 'Corporate Slave' would become a global alternative dancefloor phenomenon and the 'Shop' remixes ironic chart hits on three continents. Snog have carved their own uniquely and charmingly dystopian career since, with recent albums 'Lullabies For The Lithium Age' and 'Eight Offerings For the Undead' being obvious highlights. Often imitated but never equalled, Snog truly are your best Apocalyptic Entertainment value proposition.
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Lies Inc. Lies Inc. [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Aniv) [Remastered]
Artist: Snog
Format: Vinyl
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Double colored vinyl LP pressing. 30 years ago Snog's 'Lies Inc.' album changed the face of industrial and electronic music forever. Satirical, sarcastic, nihilistic, darkly humorous and yet all too human, global hits like 'Corporate Slave', 'Shop' and 'Born To Be Mild' presented humanity in the blackest of velvet black mirrors. Originally released in Germany in 1992 on the Machinery label (and in the U.S and Australia in 1993), 'Corporate Slave' would become a global alternative dancefloor phenomenon and the 'Shop' remixes ironic chart hits on three continents. Snog have carved their own uniquely and charmingly dystopian career since, with recent albums 'Lullabies For The Lithium Age' and 'Eight Offerings For the Undead' being obvious highlights. Often imitated but never equalled, Snog truly are your best Apocalyptic Entertainment value proposition.
        
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