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Snapcase - Progression Through Unlearning mp3 album

  • Performer: Snapcase
  • Title: Progression Through Unlearning
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: APE WAV MP4 AU AAC MP1 MP2
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Hardcore
  • MP3 album: 1614 mb
  • FLAC album: 1797 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 444
Snapcase - Progression Through Unlearning mp3 album

For as influential as Progression Through Unlearning was on the hardcore scene, particularly its drummers, the album was created at a time when Snapcase was struggling to rebalance itself, and marked a shift in their history. In 1996, after the band had been kicking around for a few years and had a full-length and a handful of EPs to show for themselves, their primary songwriter, guitarist Scott Dressler, left the band for graduate school. They suddenly found themselves in their tiny, dungeon-like basement practice space with a new member and a new modus operandi

Progression Through Unlearning ‎(LP, Album, Cle). Progression Through Unlearning ‎(LP, Ltd, RP, Whi). Progression Through Unlearning ‎(CD, Album, Promo).

Progression Through Unlearning. Album Name Progression Through Unlearning. Labels Victory Records. Produced by Steve Evetts. Members owning this album13.

Even though Progression Through Unlearning is (supposedly) a highly influential album in the realm of hardcore, there are a few problems that I found with it. The biggest of which is that every song sounds just like the one before it. Snapcase wrote a ton of great riffs for this album but they all are so closely related that telling them apart is a chore most of the time. There is only so many drop-C riffs you can play before they all start to sound alike. Apart from the music being repetitive, the vocals are the same.

Progression Through Unlearning (1997) by Snapcase. Labels: Victory Records. Genres: Metalcore, Hardcore Punk Members: Daryl Taberski, Frank Vicario, Jon Salemi, Bob Whiteside, Tim Redmond. Progression Through Unlearning. Album (Studio full-length). Snapcase's success is measured not by superstar, breakout sales or contrived radio singles but by the fact that each subsequent album has sold more than its predecessor. The new album "End Transmission" is an intense, artistic, cathartic and progressive musical odyssey. It is an album for true fans of groundbreaking, distinguished music. Throughout Snapcase's pragmatic career they have been revered as one of the most innovative, intelligent and undeniably inspirational bands.

The making of ‘Progression through unlearning’. Snapcase made some of the fastest and most intense and aggressive music I’ve ever heard. I was gonna ask about that, because you guys kinda used that, thematically, on the production of that album. There’s intense amp buzzing and electrical crackling. It almost becomes a theme of breaking down – the sound is corrosive in the some of these songs, does that make sense? Oh, yeah. Does that come from playing through shitty blown-out amps? No, we were equipment whores, actually.

Killing Yourself To Live. Breaking And Reaching.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Caboose 2:33
2 Guilty By Ignorance 2:37
3 Harrison Bergeron 3:07
4 Priceless 2:48
5 Zombie Prescription 3:22
6 Killing Yourself To Live
Written-By [Additional] – Scott Dressler
3:26
7 She Suffocates 2:57
8 Weak Tyrant 2:57
9 Vent
Written-By [Additional] – Scott Dressler
3:27
10 Breaking And Reaching 4:22
11 Untitled 0:50

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Victory Records
  • Recorded At – Trax East
  • Mixed At – Trax East
  • Mastered At – West West Side Music
  • Manufactured By – Technicolor – 119318

Credits

  • Bass – Bob Whiteside
  • Design [Booklet] – Andy Tidy, Snapcase
  • Drums – Tim Redmond
  • Guitar – Frank Vicario, Jon Salemi
  • Illustration – Limbert Fabian
  • Photography By – Dave Spataro
  • Producer – Snapcase, Steve "one more time" Evetts*
  • Vocals – Daryl Taberski

Notes

Released in a jewel case with a white tray.
Enhanced CD contains a Quicktime video featuring tour footage, interviews and more.
Track 11 is unlisted.
P.W. Herman appears courtesy of © Warner Bros. Inc.
All music 1997 © Snapcase (Additional writing credits on track 6 and 9 Scott Dressler.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 46105-0051-2 9
  • Matrix / Runout: Technicolor C1.1 119318-02 VR51
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L891
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2T08
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2T02

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VR51LP Snapcase Progression Through Unlearning ‎(LP, Album, Cle) Victory Records VR51LP US 1997
VR51LP Snapcase Progression Through Unlearning ‎(LP, Ltd, RP, Blu) Victory Records VR51LP US 2019
VR51 Snapcase Progression Through Unlearning ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Victory Records VR51 US 1997
VR051LP Snapcase Progression Through Unlearning ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Cle) Victory Records VR051LP US 2012
VR51LP Snapcase Progression Through Unlearning ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP) Victory Records VR51LP US 2015



Reviews about Snapcase - Progression Through Unlearning (2):
Meztisho
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Gerceytone
A friend and I both have this CD. My disc has just simple white printing with a black background, his disc is green and has totally different printing on it. Is there any difference other than the printing?

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