I know The Aquabats have drifted away from a ska sound...for the last 14 or so years...but anyone who doesn't find joy in their unique brand of humor or superhero schtick probably needs to visit their doctor to make sure they still have a heart.'The Aquabats! Super Show!' premieres on cable station The Hub tomorrow - Saturday, March 3 - at 11 AM EST/8 AM PST, with an encore performance later in the night. For those who don't have The Hub, a season pass can be purchased on iTunes. Check it out,…See More
"The future of ska is held in the hand of the bands, and them supporting their other ska conterparts. This post has gotten pretty long so I didn't read through every part and someone may have mentioned this but even if they did it is in my…"
"A lot of my favorite ska albums never even saw the light of CD, so I'm personally kind of hesitant to fund vinyl reissues of such widely available albums, but I'll consider it. I'd definitely buy 'Oolooloo' should this ever…"
"How many Jamaican ska fans are familiar with the American r & b or Jamaican Mento recordings that Ska was emulating?? I am a big listener and collector of Jamaican ska records, but I know less about what came before. So, where do you draw the…"
Madness, Mr. Review, The Hotknives, Mark Foggo's Skasters, Fishbone, The Toasters, The Untouchables, The Trojans, Skankin' Pickle, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, The Pietasters, The Siren Six!, Napoleon Solo, Bad Manners, Bim Skala Bim...on and on and on. Anything that was on Moon Ska, Pork Pie or Jump Up.
I am a...
SKA Enthusiast, Musician
I may be a pretentious elitist when it comes to ska music and ska culture, but I tend to make some very valid points every now and then.
u r correct in the since that there are lots of ska shows in los angeles..... BUT ALL THE BAND R SPANISH BANDS....and being a huge ska fan i know that all my favorite bands have ben innactive sence the 8o,s SO THANKS FOR NUTHIN FOR THE SMART COMMENT :)