The Crazy 8’s were probably one of the most hard-working and energetic American ska organizations within the ’80s; nevertheless, they split up a couple of years before record brands most likely would’ve finally noticed their industrial potential. Created by Todd Duncan (vocals) in Corvallis, OR, in 1984, the Crazy 8’s released their debut recording, Law & Purchase, independently label, Redrum. The Crazy 8’s gigged continuously within the Pacific Northwest, specifically in Portland, OR, and Seattle, WA. “Johnny Q” and “Regulation & Purchase” began getting substantial airplay on university radio stations; nevertheless, the band’s rollicking mixture of ska, punk, and funk generated small interest from main brands. Two of the very most well-known ska revivalists, the Special offers and the British Beat, had currently fallen by enough time the Crazy 8’s became a member of the party. The group’s second full-length, 1985’s Anxious in Suburbia, additional extended the band’s cult pursuing. Nevertheless, through the entire ’80s the Crazy 8’s had been never given the chance to transform their local popularity into nationwide stardom. In 1993, the Crazy 8’s switched off the lamps and closed the entranceway. But following the Best 40 achievement of WITHOUT DOUBT introduced a fresh era of listeners to ska within the middle-’90s, people began discovering their information. In the past due ’90s, the Crazy 8’s performed several farewell concerts and put together their catchiest monitors on Still Crazy IN THE END These Beers.