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Long Beach Dub All-Stars

Following 1996 heroin overdose of Sublime frontman Brad Nowell, making it through bassist Eric Wilson and drummer Bud Gaugh produced the Long Beach front Dub Allstars with singer Opie Ortiz, guitarists RAS-1 and Miguel, keyboardist Jack port Maness, keyboardist Isaiah Owens, saxophonists Todd Foreman and Tim Wu, and DJ Marshall …

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MDC

Based in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA through the ’80s, MDC trumped the Dead Kennedys by carrying out politically billed hardcore punk which was arguably more extreme than what got the Kennedys into issues. Alternately referred to as Multi-Death Company, Millions of Lifeless Cops, or An incredible number of Damn Christians, …

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MU330

Named following the section amount of the senior high school jazz course where lots of the group’s members first fulfilled, the self-described “psycho-ska” strap MU330 was created in St. Louis, MO, in 1988. Originally composed of vocalist/guitarist Dan Potthast, vocalist/trumpeter John Skavanaugh, bassist Chris Diebold, saxophonist Matt Knobbe, keyboardist Matt …

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Janet Vodka

Janet Vodka is really a rarity: a horn-powered substitute pop/rock music group that doesn’t focus on ska-punk. Unlike almost all rock rings — alternative or elsewhere — Janet Vodka provides averaged around 14 or 15 people and has generally had more than enough people onboard to meet the criteria being …

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Dr. Ring-Ding & the Senior Allstars

Among the initial traditional ska rings from European countries to influence American shores, Germany’s Dr. Band Ding as well as the Mature AllStars had been led by vocalist/trombonist Richie Jung, previously of Un Bosso as well as the Ping Pongs. Rechristening himself Dr. Band Ding in tribute towards the Skatalites …

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Luxx

Shaped in the past due ’90s in NEW YORK, Luxx may be the mixed effort of bassist Tony Fennell, guitarist Ian Hatton, drummer Dave Sterling silver and lead vocalist, Katrina Chester. Using a audio that swims backwards and forwards between ska-punk and steel, Luxx released their first self-titled record on …

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Madcap

Southern California punk rock-band Madcap met up in 1999 and come up with their 1st album by using an indie label which was headed by pals in LA. Before shifting to printer ink a cope with SideOneDummy Information past due in 2000, the music group performed at nightspots in Orange …

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Edna’s Goldfish

The Long Island-based ska-pop septet Edna’s Goldfish comprised vocalist Brian Diaz, guitarist Vinnie McAuliffe, bassist Dave Ringel, trumpeters Dave Galea and Gary Henderson, trombonist Matt Holmgren and drummer Mike Warner. Their debut LP, BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO Knew Better, made an appearance in early 1998; Components of Transition adopted a …

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Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy were among the seemingly a large number of ska-punk rings that dominated the post-grunge mainstream modern-rock picture of the past due ’90s. The group — made up of Reese Roper (vocals), Micah Ortega (acoustic guitar), Scott Kerr (acoustic guitar, support vocals), Keith Hoerig (bass), Andrew Verdecchio (drums), …

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Sprung Monkey

Led by vocalist Steve Summers, the San Diego-based punk group Sprung Monkey debuted in 1995 with Swirl. Upon putting your signature on to main label Hollywood Information, they came back in 1998 with Mr. Crazy Face.

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