"Snot" was a metal/punk/funk band (also known as "Loungecore") based in Santa Barbara, California. It was formed in 1994 and broke up in 1998 after the death of vocalist Lynn Strait in a car accident.
* Lynn Strait (vocals)
* Mike Doling (guitar)
* John Fahnestock (bass)
* Sonny Mayo, and later Mike Smith (guitar)
* Jamie Miller, and later Shannon Larkin (drums)
''released May 27, 1997''
''released November 7, 2000''
''Featuring guest artists as follows:''
* Clint Lowry, Morgan Rose & Lajon Witherspoon of Sevendust
* Max Cavalera & Marcello D. of Soulfly
* Corey Taylor of Slipknot
* Serj Tankian & Shavo Odajian of System of a Down
* Jonathon Davis of KoЯn
* Brandon Boyd of Incubus
* Dez Fafara of Coal Chamber
* Jason Sears of R.K.L.
* Fred Durst & DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit
* M.C.U.D. of (Həd) P.E.
* Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray
* Whitfield Crane of Medication
* and a spoken word track by Ozzy Osbourne:
** "This album is a tribute and a celebration of Lynn's life from his friends and all his peers. We all miss you Lynn, I'll see you on the other side, God bless you always, love Ozzy"