Snoofler
Idiot Flesh Lyrics


Hours spent in solemn contemplation
Are pitifully plentiful today
Avoid depression, with it pain
Increase potential for the same

It's easy, I know, just to let it all go
To the back of your mind where it probably won't climb on your heart

Setting their sights upon drug abuse, murder, and jobs
Hoping to quiet the cries of the unemployed mobs
Who are proud that they'd rather be dead than well-read

Taking the stage once again with his confident smile
A man that I'd like to compare with a pile of shit
That's so dumb he can't even remember his name

I know lots of things we can do with you

First you say you're a contra
And I know you're a snob
Thought that you'd take the country
But I can see you have not much grey substance

I know lots of things we can do with you

First you say you're a snoofler
Then you say you're a glob
Well, I've seen my share of snooflers
And I can tell you're a globular substance

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Imran Syed

1. Perchance To Thaw (0:00)
2. All Fall Down (8:08)
3. Bent Works (13:20)
4. The Device (14:46)
5. In My Mind (18:58)
6. Happy Song (25:09)
7. Touch Me (29:30)
8. Stinking Hippie (37:57)
9. Acid Rain (43:50)
10. Sleep (52:00)
11. Two Chord Song (58:00)
12. Snoofler (58:59)
13. Apology (1:05:30)
14. Born To Rock (1:08:58)

Thanks for uploading! Great to finally hear this.



All comments from YouTube:

Imran Syed

1. Perchance To Thaw (0:00)
2. All Fall Down (8:08)
3. Bent Works (13:20)
4. The Device (14:46)
5. In My Mind (18:58)
6. Happy Song (25:09)
7. Touch Me (29:30)
8. Stinking Hippie (37:57)
9. Acid Rain (43:50)
10. Sleep (52:00)
11. Two Chord Song (58:00)
12. Snoofler (58:59)
13. Apology (1:05:30)
14. Born To Rock (1:08:58)

Thanks for uploading! Great to finally hear this.

Sanity Theorist

I love how their demo is longer than any of their studio albums. So glad this was posted online, thanks a lot!

Andrew

@Tyler Hartman Thank you Tyler! You're awesome for doing this!!

Tyler Hartman

Glad to help you out!

Eric Bravo

I've been a fan since 1987 when I lived right across the hall from Gene and Nils at Barrington Hall a year or so after this album first came out. Still a fan. Thank you for posting. Cheers.

dreg

I used to have this on CD from a file that I downloaded on a torrent site called demonoid (now shut down). It had tons of rare stuff on it, with early idiot flesh/acid rain being one of them. This and Tales of infinite knowledge and sure death are my favorite material from these guys by far. For some reason I just couldnt get into later idiot flesh, and SGM nearly as much. But this, THIS right here will forever be an obscure gem. Great upload

international_man

demonoid rocked so hard. i only found it near the end. so many fucking good downloads.

dreg

@? no body special already have many years ago, and my previous comment pretty much echoes the same sentiment. Still prefer early idiot flesh to the later projects and material.

? no body special

Dreg check out Free Salamander Exhibit

Catherine

You can really hear how this would evolve into later Idiot Flesh and (later on) SGM as well as FSE. It's still pretty funky, especially in comparison to the strong metal influences of SGM and FSE.

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