#4
Operation Ivy, Choking Victim, Leftover Crack, Citizen Fish (idk if they're really ska-core, but listen to 'em anyway!)
#7
yeah, if your looking for ska, look no further than Reel Big Fish. Also, Less Than Jake, Streetlight Manifesto, The Forces of Evil, and Sublime (of course). There also used to a band called Suburban Rhythm, and i have not been able to find anything by them except on the Suburban Rhythm fans myspace. Theres also some band thats is a "rival" to suburban rhythm, but i cant think of their name right now. theyre worth a listen too.
#8
Quote by JohnnyChimpo241
yeah, if your looking for ska, look no further than Reel Big Fish. Also, Less Than Jake, Streetlight Manifesto, The Forces of Evil, and Sublime (of course). There also used to a band called Suburban Rhythm, and i have not been able to find anything by them except on the Suburban Rhythm fans myspace. Theres also some band thats is a "rival" to suburban rhythm, but i cant think of their name right now. theyre worth a listen too.


are you for serious? do you work at hot topic or something?
#9
Quote by JohnnyChimpo241
yeah, if your looking for ska, look no further than Reel Big Fish. Also, Less Than Jake, Streetlight Manifesto, The Forces of Evil, and Sublime (of course). There also used to a band called Suburban Rhythm, and i have not been able to find anything by them except on the Suburban Rhythm fans myspace. Theres also some band thats is a "rival" to suburban rhythm, but i cant think of their name right now. theyre worth a listen too.

First of all, none of that is ska-core.
Second, anyone who wants ska should disregard that and get The Specials first album, cuz it kicks the sh*t out if all 3rd wave ska.
#10
Listen to all of neidnarb11890's posts
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#13
Yeah, im pretty sure yesterday was like the 10th anniversary of Nick Traina's death
#16
Quote by JohnnyChimpo241
yeah, if your looking for ska, look no further than Reel Big Fish. Also, Less Than Jake, Streetlight Manifesto, The Forces of Evil, and Sublime (of course). There also used to a band called Suburban Rhythm, and i have not been able to find anything by them except on the Suburban Rhythm fans myspace. Theres also some band thats is a "rival" to suburban rhythm, but i cant think of their name right now. theyre worth a listen too.



but what ever happend to suburban rythem?


hehe..sorry
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#17
The Mad Caddies have a some Ska-Core influences in a few songs. (The Gentleman, Macho Nachos)
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
The Suicide Machines
#20
evil empire.
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#21
I think that core is one word that should never be associated with the word ska
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#27
Quote by neidnarb11890
First of all, none of that is ska-core.

Just for the sake of argument, Streetlight's newest album dabbled much more in ska-core than the typical third-wave reggae-style ska, in my opinion.
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#28
Quote by Greenfinger182
Just for the sake of argument, Streetlight's newest album dabbled much more in ska-core than the typical third-wave reggae-style ska, in my opinion.



typical third wave reggae style ska???

I know only of one or two bands in the third wave that are reggae-style.