Label: Hellcat Records - 80410-1 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Reggae, Ska, Rocksteady
However, it's almost always the best thing that can happen to a ska band. Because when ska bands grow up, they slow down and start paying attention to craft, the last thing on the mind of most young skasters. The Slackers are something of a departure from the norm in that regard -- they've sounded like grown-ups from day one. But their latest effort still shows the effects of growth and maturation, both musical and emotional.
For one thing, there's almost as much Face In My Crowd - The Slackers - The Question as ska here: the elastic rocksteady beat of "Knowing" follows close on the heels of the Latin ska bounce of "Manuel," while the 2 Tone inflections of "And I Wonder?
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Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date October 20, Strong Sentimental. Track Listing. Victor Ruggiero. The Slackers. Have the Time. And I Wonder? No More Crying.
Feed My Girl. Glen Pine. The Mummy. Motor City. Keep Him Away. The Question. Face in My Crowd. Do You Know. Luis Zuluaga. Yes It's True. Alone Again. Make Me Smile. No Love. David Hillyard. Manuel Victor Ruggiero. Spotify Amazon. Knowing Victor Ruggiero.
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