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Snowdogs

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The London-based alt-metal act Snowdogs is made up of Ville Leppanen (vocals/guitar), Mat Leppanen (bass), and Benjy Reid (drums). The Leppanen brothers, who are of Finnish good, attended American institutions while schooling as traditional pianists in the past due ’90s. Once college was taken care of, the pair joined up with Reid for Snowdogs. Snowdogs’ debut record, Animal Farm, made an appearance in 2001 and was a crucial hit one of the United kingdom press. Such compliment also led Snowdogs to some U.S. cope with Victory a season later. Schedules with MXPX, SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake, as well as the Alkaline Trio sharpened the kids’ live show while conditioning their rock and roll & roll food cravings. Such maturation was entirely on Snowdogs’ sophomore work, Deep Slashes, Fast Remedies, released in early 2003.

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Full Name Snow Dogs
Music Songs It Don't Add Up, Drive, Are You With Missy?, Average Kid, My Heart Beats Electro, Alright! OK!, Best Discoveries, Your Sorry Ass, Hell Outta Dodge, Amazon, Boy in the Bubble, Popstars, Hour of Sunshine, Lotta Lost Time, , User Friendly, Here's Me..., Freedom for Everybody, End of the World, Little Liar, Freedom for Everyone, Million Pieces, Dugout, You Know What I'm Sayin'?, Friendly, Right At You, Today Is the Day, All I Said, Neverfade, Radio Me, Been Meaning to Tell You
Albums Deep Cuts, Fast Remedies, Animal Farm

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