SNEW Explodes Upon Impact with We Do What We Want as Rock Fans Worldwide Cry Out for New Classic Hard Rock

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Sleaze rock mavens SNEW release the long awaited follow up album We Do What We Want to overwhelming response.

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After just two days of being made public "We Do What We Want" released March 30, the second album by indie Sleaze rock quartet SNEW is being inundated with orders and radio requests worldwide.

Even before the album's release many industry insiders were calling the ten songs "hit after hit."

Snew are completely independent and so far have refused offers to sign with a label.

Something of a "bidding war" is rumored to be taking place to get Snew to sign with management.

We Do What We Want took six months to produce with best selling audio guide guru Bobby Owsinski in the producers chair and Grammy winner Ed Cherney best known for his work with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton on engineering and mixing duties. Recording took place at the renowned Los Angeles studio Village Recorder.

The band's first release "Snew You" was a grassroots effort that gained Snew a worldwide cult following. This led to a cover rendition of the Deep Purple classic "Highway Star" recorded with prog rock legend Allan Holdsworth that has been coveted by Holdsworth and Purple fans as a surprising gem that gets uncounted continuous downloads across global legal portals like iTunes and bootleg spots like Bit Torrent.

The band's increasingly popular website is visually stunning as well as their offshoots and made expressly for fans to interact as part of the Snew World Order.

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