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Wired All Wrong
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(01-28-2013, 05:45 PM)
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Looks like Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra's latest release "Walkin" is actually available in the US. Recently showed up on Spotify and iTunes. Hopefully this means their older albums will also be released here. Awesome band. Be sure to check them out.


Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/artist/0UZq6vAHrwGgctvxTzzxYm
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/walkin/id592440625
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I doubt I will be able to bring anything new to the table to this awesome thread, posting because I love Ska and want to sub so I can look up any new to me bands. :)
The Broken Ska Record
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I'm sad we still don't have a concrete date for Streetlight's new album. I ordered the Mega bundle back in October. :(

Originally Posted by Wired All Wrong

Looks like Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra's latest release "Walkin" is actually available in the US. Recently showed up on Spotify and iTunes. Hopefully this means their older albums will also be released here. Awesome band. Be sure to check them out.


Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/artist/0UZq6vAHrwGgctvxTzzxYm
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/walkin/id592440625

Oh awesome! I had a few of their songs a few years ago. I'll grab their album in the next few days.
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(01-29-2013, 03:16 AM)
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Wired All Wrong, I have listened to the playlist a shit ton for a week or so.
Awesome job, I love it.
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A couple of faves off the top of my head

Madness - Bed and Breakfast man

The Beat - Mirror in the bathroom

Such a fun genre of music. I remember seeing the specials and just dancing my arse off. I was surrounded by people 30 years older than me, but it was one of the best gigs I ever went to.

I love this album cover too, kind of sums up ska to me:

http://991.com/newGallery/Madness-On...ond-474657.jpg
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Originally Posted by Wired All Wrong

Just found out about the band Yes Sir Boss and had to share. They recently released their first EP "Desperation State" and it is fantastic. Really great sound and a band worth watching out for.

Yes Sir Boss - Desperation State EP
Spotify Link: http://open.spotify.com/artist/7ywuDMqQw3shu3wYWcLvjc

Soundcloud Page:
http://soundcloud.com/diplomatsofsou...peration-state

This band is fantastic. Thanks for the heads up!

Also, I searched the thread and didn't see anyone mention:

The Pilfers
Mister Wilhelm
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(01-29-2013, 04:32 AM)
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That first Streelight Manifesto CD will probably be one of my favorites forever.
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(01-29-2013, 04:42 AM)
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Oh, didn't know we have thread like this.

Here's the band that got me into music.

Skalaxy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bU48MfnZAjU
http://open.spotify.com/track/1ue5qcHHMf1lumcQOVSkyo
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Didn't know this thread existed. Looks like I have some listening to do.

This is my personal favorite ska song: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1256508901456

couldn't find a youtube link
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i listened to way, way too much less than jake as a kid..
Wired All Wrong
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Originally Posted by ksan

Wired All Wrong, I have listened to the playlist a shit ton for a week or so.
Awesome job, I love it.

Really happy to hear that. Hope you're finding some new bands to listen to. If you've got any band suggestions that I don't have on the playlist let me know. I've been keeping it mainly more traditional style ska, though a few ska/punk songs have made it on the list. I've been thinking of doing a playlist of punk/core/metal ska in the future though.

Originally Posted by Pejo

This band is fantastic. Thanks for the heads up!

Also, I searched the thread and didn't see anyone mention:

The Pilfers

Yeah, that band is pretty great. They've released their album since I posted their EP. You can listen to it on Bandcamp here. http://yessirboss1.bandcamp.com/albu...in-the-uk-only

I'm surprised I didn't mention The Pilfers at all. One of my favorite ska bands. They played with Reel Big Fish a few weeks ago near me, but I couldn't make it :( Damn you bands for playing on weekdays!
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Originally Posted by The Broken Ska Record

I'm sad we still don't have a concrete date for Streetlight's new album. I ordered the Mega bundle back in October. :(

Looks like we'll find out this Friday according to their Facebook page.

After enough behind-the-scenes melodrama to keep a soap opera scripted for a few years, we finally got confirmation that we will be announcing the release date of our long delayed record "The Hands That Thieve" this Friday.

We are all beyond excited that we can finally see the end of the tunnel, and you'll all be able to hear the hard work that has gone into this record.

Once again, we profusely apologize for the wait, and are eager to hit the road in the near future to support the new tunes.

If you haven't already pre-ordered the album, you still have the opportunity to do so up until the actual release date. All pre-orders made through the RISC Store, will come with a free gift from us, a live EP CD, recorded during the last US tour.

https://www.facebook.com/SManifesto
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This is a great primer for The Specials and the other 2-Tone groups.

Wired All Wrong
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Looks like the new Five Iron Frenzy album is coming along nicely. They've finally updated their website with some news and some tour dates with more to be announced soon.

Originally Posted by FIF Website

Posted by Five Iron Frenzy on Feb 5, 2013

We’ve been working hard on the new album, spending lots of time in the studio and trying to make this new album awesome.

Right now we are on the tail end of the recording process. We’ve got a few more songs for Reese to record vocals on as well as other BGVs, additional instrumentation, and post production effects.

We’ll announce the release date for the album soon. Just have patience, it’s going to be worth the wait.

Tour date announcements are coming in the next couple weeks.

Here's a link to a few shows they've announced. http://fiveironfrenzy.com/site/event/
Wired All Wrong
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(02-15-2013, 06:26 PM)
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Posted this in the OT for the album, but I'll post it here too. The new Streetlight Manifesto album finally has a release date. April 30th!

Victory Records ‏@victoryrecords

Streetlight Manifesto – The Hands That Thieve will be available in stores and digitally on April 30th. Pre-order now

https://twitter.com/victoryrecords

Also,more Five Iron Frenzy news. Tickets are now on sale for some of their upcoming shows.

FL, GA & NY Tix On Sale Now OH & PA This Friday

http://fiveironfrenzy.com/site/2013/...a-this-friday/
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I'll believe it when I'm listening to it.
Zilch
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Ska is terrible but the other night I did go to File > Private Session on Spotify and listen to this christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy because I heard Sweet Talkin' Woman in a bar. A lot of weird mostly terrible memories flooded back to me.
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(02-15-2013, 06:47 PM)
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Originally Posted by Hot Coldman

I'll believe it when I'm listening to it.

Very true, lots of stuff could happen between now and April 30th. The two samples they released sound great so I'm really hoping this date sticks.

Originally Posted by Zilch

Ska is terrible but the other night I did go to File > Private Session on Spotify and listen to this christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy because I heard Sweet Talkin' Woman in a bar. A lot of weird mostly terrible memories flooded back to me.

Ska is great, you just haven't been listening to the right bands I guess. Check out the suggestions by myself and others in this thread. I'm sure you'll find something you like. You have Spotify so give my playlist a listen if you feel like giving the genre another shot. http://open.spotify.com/user/mrjelly...SAmBmKcRwAgZLw
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I guess I should restrain myself from posting in this thread but I listened to plenty of ska when I was a teenager in the late 90s. Pretty much the only time that listening to ska was acceptable. It is corny ass music. I'll leave now.
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500 Channels is a great start to the day.
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Originally Posted by Zilch

I guess I should restrain myself from posting in this thread but I listened to plenty of ska when I was a teenager in the late 90s. Pretty much the only time that listening to ska was acceptable. It is corny ass music. I'll leave now.

I don't mind that you don't like the genre. The ska that got popular in the late 90's was definitely corny, silly stuff, but that's not all there is to ska. Part of the reason I started this thread was to get people to check out stuff they might not have heard of and show that it's not all silly ska punk novelty music.

To give you something to check out if you'd like, listen to one of my favorite newer ska/rocksteady bands The Forthrights. http://theforthrights.bandcamp.com/a...he-forthrights. I wouldn't consider that corny ass music.
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This thread has gone on all this time and only one person mentioned Fishbone?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OuiuolN1r4 - Lyin Ass Bitch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKf78FSbJLU - Cholly

Yeah. FISHBONE.
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I love some Madness and The Specials.
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As you can see from my avatar, I'm a huge Less Than Jake fan. I got in to them when I found out I'd be moving to Gainesville FL in 1999 when my dad retired. It sucked, but LTJ was the bright spot since they were my favorite band and I was moving to their home town. I've seen them 20 times, and on the 20th time I actually got pulled up on stage thanks to the stupid mustache I had grown for some reason. I got to sing along with Science of Selling Yourself Short, which is a lot of people's favorite LTJ song (not mine, though I do like it). It was totally awesome.
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Originally Posted by Mrs. Manky

This thread has gone on all this time and only one person mentioned Fishbone?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OuiuolN1r4 - Lyin Ass Bitch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKf78FSbJLU - Cholly

Yeah. FISHBONE.

Hell yeah, Fishbone is so good. Actually spent the other day listening to all their albums at work. Be sure to check out ex-Fishbone member Chris Dowd's new band The Ultra Infidels. They have two songs you can check out on their Soundcloud page here: https://soundcloud.com/theultrainfid...ultra-infidels. I think they're putting out an album this year. Can't wait to hear more.
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Has anyone heard of The Cat Empire? I don't know much about ska at all, but one of my friends gave me a bunch of music and The Cat Empire was one of the bands. They are an interesting jazz/ska mix that hits just right for me. Their first two albums are fantastic "Two Shoes" and "The Cat Empire".

The Chariot
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Originally Posted by thestopsign

Has anyone heard of The Cat Empire? I don't know much about ska at all, but one of my friends gave me a bunch of music and The Cat Empire is an interesting jazz/ska mix that hits just right for me. Their first two albums are fantastic "Two Shoes" and "The Cat Empire".

The Chariot
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The Wine Song

Hell yeah, these guys are really good. I really dig the ska/jazz sub genre as well. Another song I like by these guys is Shoulders.

If you're looking for any other ska/jazz to listen to, here's a few bands to check out.
New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble
St-Petersburg Ska-Jazz Review
Sao Paulo Ska Jazz
The Oldians
Catwalk (The album Thin Rebellion)
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What's the best Ska Jazz band out there?
Wired All Wrong
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Originally Posted by flippedb

What's the best Ska Jazz band out there?

Not really sure what's considered the best, but I'd have to say the one ska jazz band that most people know is New York Ska Jazz Ensemble. The album I got into the most is Get This! Definitely recommend you check that one out. Those other bands I listed in the post above yours are really good so check them out as well. Two more to add to that list are Rotterdam Ska-Jazz Foundation and Jazzbo.

Also, I just wanted to share this album I heard for the first time this weekend and I can't get enough of if.

Internationals - Mousetrap (2012)

They are mostly an instrumental band, but this album has guest singer Lize Accoe singing on about half the tracks and she has an awesome voice.
Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/artist/6coiGK1EB4eQ8GwBcqXv79
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The Lions new album This Generation came out today. About halfway through it right now and it's awesome. Great ska/reggae album. One of the reasons I was really excited about this release is because Deston Berry and Alex Désert of Hepcat are now in the band. Love hearing anything those guys are involved with.


The Lions - This Generation
Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/0e0m99zxFDnUwneG6uBGyF

This Generation
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Heads up for the Streetlight Manifesto fans out there. If you want to see them live and have not got around to it yet, looks like this might be the last year you'll be able to for a while. Seems they're taking a break from touring, but not breaking up as a band. Here's what they had to say on their website.

Hello Friends
So, somehow, we’ve made it to 2013.
The band you know as Streetlight Manifesto started as a humble recording project in a New Jersey basement 10 years ago. While we were working on our first record, we never could have imagined that the music we were putting together would start a chain reaction in our lives that would result in our traveling the world for a decade, playing in countries we only read about, taking on the lives of full-time touring musicians for, essentially, our entire 20′s. When we finished that first album, we had hoped to put on a local show to celebrate its completion. That show turned into a tour, that tour turned into a few tours and those few tours eventually turned into a lifestyle. For 10 years now, Streetlight has been one of the biggest parts of our lives.

Today, it’s time to announce to our fans and friends that we’re turning the last page of this particular chapter of our lives. We’ve solidified plans to tour our well-traveled asses off for one last year, until the end of 2013, at which time we will be not necessarily be moving on from the band, but changing our approach to what we do with the majority of our time. More specifically, we will no longer be touring year round, nor will we be touring much at all anymore. We have decided to step away from the table before we get sick of our favorite meal; we’ve seen enough bands over the years grow old playing the same songs for decades, going through the motions, slowly fading, and more depressingly, continuing on for all the wrong reasons. We’re moving on to preserve what we created, to be able to look back on it proudly, before we find ourselves looking around and realizing that we’ve become what we swore we’d never be. In the last few years, we’ve all hit the 30 year mark, and we’re ready to try some new things; some of us are ready to do a little bit of the ol’ settling down, some of us are excited to pursue different musical avenues, and some of us just want to live a slightly less hectic lifestyle. We’re doing this now for all of these reasons, not to mention 10 years is nice, neat chunk of time to devote oneself to something before moving on. Doing this next year, at 11 years wouldn’t be nearly as dramatic, nor as poetic.

As for our actual plans for the future, this is what we have in mind: No more long tours and no more year round traveling. BUT! Streetlight is not actually breaking up, and we have no plans to ever do so, really. As of now, we still plan to play festivals, both in the US and overseas, occasional one-off shows here and there and even sporadic short-run tours. Hell, we may even do an extended tour a few years from now, who can say? One thing is certain, though: we will still make music together. We’ve recently submitted an album (The Hands That Thieve) to the record label we’ve been under contract with since the beginning, and with that, we are now free of a very contentious, very unhappy relationship (you may have heard, ha!) that has caused us much frustration and anguish over the years. We have no plans to ever sign with another label and we will happily continue to release records, on our own and on our own terms. Who knows, maybe now that we won’t be touring all the time, we can squeeze out records a bit faster than our usual snail’s pace.

SO! Today we announce The End Of The Beginning Tour, a multiple leg outing that will last until the end of the year, sort of like our last hurrah before we settle into Streetlight’s new mode. We’re doing two short runs in Europe (one in the UK including the Slam Dunk Festival shows and one on the mainland including Groezrock and Monster Bash), playing at this year’s Skate and Surf Fest, squeezing in a few college shows, then we’re heading across the USA in June for the first of two domestic tours. The first one is the shorter, smaller city leg, to be followed by a massive 6 week major city tour in the fall/winter, after which we will be bidding you all a semi-farewell. We will be announcing more legs and more shows as the year progresses. To be honest, we will likely never play the majority of the places we’re playing this year again, so come out for one or two last hurrahs with us. We’ll be playing the classics, new songs, acoustic and alternate versions of songs, you name it. We can pretty much guarantee we will do our utmost to make these last shows be some of the greatest of our 10 year existence. We are proud of what we’ve done, and more importantly HOW we’ve done it, and we plan on holding ourselves to that high standard throughout this year and onward.

So, enough rambling; we need to cut this short before the waterworks start. In closing: We are done being a full-time touring band, but not done as a band. Also, this can never be said too many times: we can’t stress or repeat enough how grateful we are to all of you for enabling us to live this life for a decade; to travel the world, to see and experience all that we had access to because of Streetlight has been the gift of a lifetime. Thank you, thank you, thank you. See you at the shows!

http://streetlightmanifesto.com/

Also, here's a poster for their tour. Good stuff.

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SHieeet. They were in town in November, but I passed on seeing them. I hope they come this way again.
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woah how come I only see this thread now!


any hotknives fans here?
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Originally Posted by The Broken Ska Record

SHieeet. They were in town in November, but I passed on seeing them. I hope they come this way again.

Yeah, I'm hoping for the same thing. I've always wanted to see them live if I had the chance, but I don't think they've been around this area much or I must have not known about the shows. I'm sure if they do play around here it will be on a Wednesday night or something and make it tough for me to get to the show :(

Originally Posted by trab pu kcip

woah how come I only see this thread now!


any hotknives fans here?

Yeah, Hotknives are good shit. Only really listened to the album Home though. Need to check out more of their stuff. Here's a few songs I really like.
In My Dreams
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Always Tomorrow
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Originally Posted by Wired All Wrong

Yeah, I'm hoping for the same thing. I've always wanted to see them live if I had the chance, but I don't think they've been around this area much or I must have not known about the shows. I'm sure if they do play around here it will be on a Wednesday night or something and make it tough for me to get to the show :(



Yeah, Hotknives are good shit. Only really listened to the album Home though. Need to check out more of their stuff. Here's a few songs I really like.
In My Dreams
So Blind
Always Tomorrow

yeah these are good tracks, I also like man in the cellar very much

just started listening to mr. review again thanks to this thread.
I also LOVE the moon invaders. they're awesome live ( I think I saw them with doreen shaffer)
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The Moon Invaders are so good. I was completely hooked on The Fine Line when that came out. Think I'm going to listen to that now. Consider me jealous you got to see them them live (and Doreen Shaffer). Not sure how often they do US tours, but if they come around here I'm trying my hardest to go see them.
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Originally Posted by Crantius_Colto

Apparently Slow Gherkin has only been mentioned as an aside. Great band, great songs and this is the best of them all: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWoNXifauyk

oh WOW. I'm so glad Slow Gherkin are mentioned in here. I was into maybe 10 or so ska bands back in highschool and this is the only one I still listen to.

did the members go on to form any noteable bands?
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Originally Posted by Futureman

oh WOW. I'm so glad Slow Gherkin are mentioned in here. I was into maybe 10 or so ska bands back in highschool and this is the only one I still listen to.

did the members go on to form any noteable bands?

I know some members got together with Dan P. from MU330 and formed Dan P and the Bricks. They put out an album in late 2011.
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So I just found out this was a thing. Ska punk band The Impossibles did a reunion show this past summer and they recorded a new live album. I knew they were having a reunion, but didn't know they were going to release anything, so it was a nice surprise to see this on Spotify today. The album is called Long Way From // Long Time Since. They sound pretty good for not playing together for 10 years.


Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/5ZU9GcA72L7dB7ZMDRGItP
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Amazing show coming up. I'm jealous of anyone that can make it. Why does it have to be so far away :( Tickets go on sale today.
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The Suicide Machines still play? Oh man!

That would be an amazing shot of nostalgia in my high school veins. had surgery and now I've got the arteries of a 16 year old.
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Yeah, I'm not sure if they're actively playing shows anymore or if this is a reunion sort of thing. I think a few of the bands listed are reuniting for this event. It should be amazing. But yeah, seeing The Suicide Machines would definitely be a shot of nostalgia. Especially if they played a bunch of songs from Destruction By Definition. One of my favorite ska/punk albums ever.
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Originally Posted by Wired All Wrong

Amazing show coming up. I'm jealous of anyone that can make it. Why does it have to be so far away :( Tickets go on sale today.

Fuck that would awesome. High Anxiety is the story of my life.
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Originally Posted by Willectro

Fuck that would awesome. High Anxiety is the story of my life.

I instantly started singing it to myself. Man, man!! They were so fun to listen to. It's my high anxiety gettin to the best of me. Then the little guitar riff.

Just read that poster more closely, that is a hell of a show indeed.

I always liked Scars
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I play bass in a ska band, we released an EP back in 2011.
http://sunnysideupska.bandcamp.com

We're currently finishing up a full length album that comes out May 25th. I'll update the thread when it's out. Let me know what you think!
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Paused my trip down memory lane, and I like what I'm hearing gwiz, best of luck to you guys.
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Originally Posted by coldvein

i listened to way, way too much less than jake as a kid..

Same :)

Saying that, in with the out crowd is my most played album of theirs

Also, any Reel Big Fish fans out there? Cheer Up!
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Did Ednas Goldfish get any traction with you guys? I'm not much of a fan of the music, but I was friends with a couple of guys from Ednas, and Catch 22. I always get a kick out of strangers wearing Catch 22 shirts.

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