Snowball is the debut album by The Field Mice. It was originally released as a 10" vinyl LP. It includes their landmark electronic dance-pop classic "Let's Kiss and Make Up", which became even better known when covered by Saint Etienne the following year. The other tracks feature generic jangle pop ("You're Kidding Aren't You?", "Everything About You"), heartbreak ballads ("End Of The Affair"), euphoric love songs ("Couldn't Feel Safer", "This Love Is Not Wrong"), Creation-esque shoegaze guitar fuzz-outs ("White" - which is effectively this album's sequel to earlier single "Sensitive"), and icy New Order-influenced synth /guitar workouts (the closing track "Letting Go").