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Gettin' Filthy

The Expendables

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Reggae :) punk :(

Firstly... I love both Reggae and punk, but here The Expendables combine awesome reggae music with awful punk music. It's almost as if there are two main guys in the band; one who likes reggae and one who likes punk and instead of having two bands they try and put it into one and in my opinion they dont compliment each other.
It gets 4 stars because the album is mostly reggae but I just wish I could fully chill out to this album without the punk bits getting in the way...

Biography

Formed: Santa Cruz, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Santa Cruz, California-based outfit the Expendables play reggae, ska, pop, punk, and surf-influenced rock tailor-made for sun-baked good times. Formed in 1997 and kin to other West Coast reggae-inspired jam bands such as Dance Hall Crashers, Reel Big Fish, and Pepper, the quartet, which features the talents of Geoff Weers on guitar and vocals, Raul Bianchi on lead guitar, Ryan Demars on bass, and Adam Patterson on drums and vocals, self-released two albums in 2006, and then released Gettin' Filthy...
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