Sneaky Sound System - It's Not My Problem (VBR) 
01 Its Not My Problem (Thin White Duke Remix) 07:48
02 Its Not My Problem (Seamus Haji Dub Mix) 07:10
03 Its Not My Problem (Stockholm Syndrome Club Mix) 07:58
04 Its Not My Problem (Seamus Haji Club Mix) 07:55
05 Its Not My Problem (Stockholm Syndrome Dub Mix) 07:35
06 Its Not My Problem (Thin White Duke Radio Edit) 03:42
07 Its Not My Problem (Stockholm Syndrome Radio Edit) 03:16
One of the most popular bands in Australia right now is Sneaky Sound System. Their single ‘I Love It’ had the longest chart run in Oz history, their debut album has gone twice platinum and at one point they had four singles in the Top 40. They played the Antipodean Live Earth concert, supported Robbie Williams and won 2 ARIA Awards. Yet Sneaky are not a hard-touring rock band or a manufactured pop act. They’re certainly pop and proud of it, but their background lies in their country’s exploding dance scene.
Sneaky Sound System are Sydney trio Miss Connie (Connie Mitchell), Black Angus (Angus McDonald), and MC Double D (Daimon Downey), three very different characters bonded by a riotous sense of fun. Their origins lie in the hugely successful club night Sneaky Sundays, thus they make music imbued with frolicking nightlife energy but flecked with sing-along radio-friendly 1980s electro-pop.
Their story began back in 2001 when Daimon met Angus at a fancy dress party and stole the flute from his mariachi costume. They became friends and decided to start a club on the quietest night of the week. Angus spun tunes and Daimon hyped on the mic. It wasn’t some trendy minimal techno joint, but unpretentious hands-in-the-air fun. "No shoe-gazing, no wallflowers," as Angus describes it. Still going strong eight years later, it packs in around 1000 people each Sunday, and guests have included Tiga, LCD’s James Murphy, Mylo and Hot Chip.