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YMMV / Venetian Snares

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  • Archive Panic: It's slowed down considerably, but as his peak, he was putting out full-length albums months apart from each other and could have as many as six releases a year.
  • Best Known for the Fanservice: "Nymphomatriarch" is so well-known partially because it's made out of recordings of him and Hecate hiding the ferret.
  • Older Than They Think: His career. His released works only date back to 1999, but he has self distributed cassettes which date back to 1992.
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  • Sweet Dreams Fuel: Songs like "Lioness," "Plunging Hornets," "P," and "You're a Nice Girl" are good examples.
  • Tear Jerker: Much of his classical themed work, as well as some tracks from "Winter in the Belly of a Snake."
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: Initially double subverted — While he wasn't on drugs during the recording of 7 or Shitfuckers!!! he admits that his gold standard for the release was if it pumped him up as much as the large amount of cocaine he had done the night before.


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