Snake River Conspiracy
|Snake River Conspiracy|
|Genres||Industrial rock, electronica|
|Labels||Reprise/Warner Bros. Records|
|Associated acts||Brougham, Orgy, Third Eye Blind, Drain STH, Queensrÿche, Queens of the Stone Age|
The band was composed of musicians from different bands. The band was founded as a project of Jason Slater (Former member of Third Eye Blind). Lead singer Tobey Torres joined, and later, Martina Axen (drummer and backup singer of Drain STH) joined as well. The drummer of the band was Neil Taylor and is supported by Bobby Hewitt (former drummer of Orgy). The band also consisted of guitarist Eric Hendrikx, Fab Fernandez and the lead guitarist Mitchell Doran. 
- Jason Slater (producer, bass, engineer, songwriter)
- Tobey Torres (vocals)
- Martina Axen (vocals)
- Bobby Hewitt (drummer)
- Eric Hendrikx (guitarist)
- Fab Fernandez (guitarist)
- Mitchell Doran (guitarist)
- Neil Taylor (drummer for Sonic Jihad Tour, Drummer on the demo's for SRC's second record and all live shows after Sonic Jihad)
- Geoff Tyson (Original Lead Guitar for the Sonic Jihad Tour)
- Ivo Ivanov (Original Keyboard Player for the Sonic Jihad Tour)
- Scott Engelter (Scotty Sorry)
- Jay Lane (of Primus, Sausage, Les Claypool's Flying Frog Brigade, Ratdog)
- Rob Patterson
- Ashif Hakik
- Vulcan (EP) (1999)
- Sonic Jihad (LP) (2000)
- Smells Like Teen Punk Meat (Single) (2000)
- How Soon Is Now? 2x12 inch promo Reprise USA PRO-A-10039 (Single) (2000)
- How Soon is Now? CD1 (Single) (2001)
- How Soon is Now? CD2 (Single) (2001)
|2000||"How Soon Is Now?"||US Alternative Songs (Billboard)||38|
|UK Singles (OCC)||83|
|US Dance Club Songs (Billboard)||15|
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|"Art of War"||3:44||leaked|
|"Automatic"||3:59||has a "Ruff" remix (3:48)|
|"Dollar At A Time"||3:09|
|"Drug Tongue"||4:13 / 3:56||Martina Axen and Tobey Torres have recorded versions differing in length|
|"Dying"||4:27||has a "Ruff" remix (4:27) and lyrics have been leaked|
|"Methlehem"||3:39||has a "Ruff" remix|
|"Strung Out & Crazy"||4:21|
|"Won't Go Quietly"||2:47|
- Slater, Jason. "The SRC Story".
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2015-11-02.
- http://nemumara.blog.com/2011/12/22/snake-river-conspiracy/[permanent dead link]
- "Search Results". Billboard.biz. Retrieved 11 November 2016.
- "SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY (overview)". Official Charts. Retrieved 11 November 2016.
- "Dollar at a time". Myspace.
- "Drug Tongue". Myspace.
- "Methlehem". SnakeRiverConspiracy (now defunct). Retrieved 25 September 2004.
- Snake River Conspiracy Demos at Myspace
- Snake River Conspiracy at MySpace
- Tobey Torres at MySpace
- River Conspiracy at Songmeanings
- Snake River Conspiracy at AllMusic
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