Sneak Attack is an album released in 1981 by the Buddy Miles Regiment, a band headed by American rock guitarist and drummer Buddy Miles. The album was released as an 11-track two-LP vinyl set, and includes tracks that were recorded live at the CIM prison facility in Chino, California.
With The Sneak Attack, KRS-One, the self-proclaimed "God" of hip-hop, has returned after a four-year sabbatical to reclaim his spot as hip-hop's moral conscience. It's evident that KRS' cocky swagger has not suffered during his prolonged hiatus.
But by my senior year I'd begun to feel the dangerous pull of classic indie/alternative rock - Replacements, Husker Du et. al. - and spent the next several years "broadening my horizons," . listening to relatively little metal, though I still managed to sneak in some Napalm Death or Burzum here and there. Little by little, though, I've found my way back into metal fandom. 95: A great album that is or should be legendary.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Buddy Miles. Dust in the Wind (Live).
Sneak Attack, Lexington, Kentucky. First experience tracking at Sneak Attack and it was stellar. but passionately so. Jason makes the tracking and mixing look and feel like an extension of his mind, which obviously comes from years as both a professional, touring musician, and a world-class engineer. The space felt as comfortable as ones own living room, but with the tools and talent to take all the limiters off your project
Released March 27, 2001. The Sneak Attack Tracklist. The Sneak Attack is KRS-One’s fourth solo album. It was released in March 2001. The song Hush was a track on the video game Tony Hawks Pro Skater 3. The Sneak Attack Q&A.