Snfu

Album Title: In the Meantime and In Between Time
Release Date: September 21, 2004
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Genre: Punk
The cover-art of 'In the Meantime and in Between Time' is both misleading and disturbing. At first glance it seems as if Snfu would create sunny pop tunes, due to the cartoon animals on the cover. Then one realizes that the birds are actually holding a man hostage, and appear to be pecking at his flesh. That pretty much sums up the mentality of the 12-track album right there. But to expand further÷

Snfu get a kick out of dropping names; Andy Warhol, Elvis, Sid & Nancy, and Quiet Riot all get a shout-out somewhere on the band's ninth studio-album. Past the famous names though, it's high energy and fast guitars that take center stage on 'In the Meantime and In Between Time'. The Vancouver four-piece doesn't slow down for a second, and ultimately leaves the listener pumped up and ready to break something. For those up-to-date on the Canadian film industry, this is the type of punk music that head-bangers Terry and Dean from the movie 'Fubar' would get their rock on to. Veterans of the Canadian punk scene, Snfu definitely know the approach they want to take, and just giver. But despite its energy and fun, the songs on 'In the Meantime and In Between' eventually all begin to sound the same. For those looking to destroy a bus-stop shelter though, Snfu's latest effort is the perfect soundtrack.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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