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#45124 - SkaHead (01/05/2013) [-]
Anyone else like ska?

inb4 nigger
#45131 to #45124 - Rascal (01/05/2013) [-]
Burn in hell, fucker. Ska is as dead as disco, but you fuckers keep making love to it. There hasn't been a single good ska band after the second wave.
User avatar #45132 to #45131 - SkaHead (01/05/2013) [-]
Sublime, Streetlight Manifesto, Big D, The Aquabats, RBF, The Suburban Legends, there are quite a few good ska bands still around. And it's not dead.
User avatar #45205 to #45132 - newposterintown (01/05/2013) [-]
Can you define the genre a bit more for me? I'm curious and I think it's neat but I don't know a lot about it.
User avatar #45232 to #45205 - SkaHead (01/06/2013) [-]
Well, the genre comes in 4 flavors, 3 of which are acknowledged, the 4th no one believes exists. 1st wave is more like this: youtu.be/EcoNPm3pyqg . It's calm, cool, and is the roots of ska (fun fact: ska came before reggae.) The first wave is the orgins of ska, right outta Jamaica. The second wave is like this: youtu.be/lLLL1KxpYMA . The band also made the hit "Our House." It was started in the late 70's early 80's. You may know some ska if you watched the show Kablam! The opening to that show was a song called "2 tone army." by the band The Toasters. And now here we are at 3rd wave, it's much more punk like, and one good example is: youtu.be/ZZ4S-UiNmzo . It's more punk like, faster, and louder. That's the skinny of it. If you have any more questions, ask away. OH and the 4th wave is kinda un-defined at the moment.
User avatar #45268 to #45232 - newposterintown (01/06/2013) [-]
User avatar #45130 to #45124 - arisaka (01/05/2013) [-]
Mostly third-wave stuff like early flatliners.
User avatar #45127 to #45124 - rossthomson (01/05/2013) [-]
I used to have a "the specials" album once. It saw pretty much the shit, i listened to "Too much, Too young" way too often for it to actually be good for me.
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