#1
since the last band I posted wasn´t stickied - to be fair it was no real ska band - I have ska band now which is especially 2nd wave influenced

http://www.myspace.com/thebustersonline

I´ll maybe go to see them on 29th of december, but I have t think about it, since it costs 15 bucks and they don´t have such a nice punk influence......especially since I´m thinking about seeing ska-p and Mark Foggo and the skasters in february
Last edited by lavazza at Dec 9, 2008,
#2
Sorry must have missed the last one.


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#3
lol I don't think that their name would go over well in California

The music is alright though
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#4
I like these guys, not the exact same **** you hear every day.
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#7
So check this out. In my new car the stereo is broken. So I rock a boom box in my car, however the CD player is broken on it. So I have some old cassettes I listen to.

In my cassette collection is currently a few Elvis Costello, a few Stray Cats, a couple Brian Setzer Orchestra, Big Audio D, Toasters, a couple Buck-O-Nine, Eddie Cochran, CREAM and

The Busters. Its currently my favorite music right now. We just got wasted on the streets last night and I brought my boombox and we were drinking to the Busters from 1 to 6 this morning. Listening to the same cassette ...over...and over...and over again.

Good stuff. Now someone put the Slime Kings ska BOTM already.