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Horny for Ska

Ruder Than You

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Album Review

For their sophomore effort Ruder Than You decided to walk a fine line between '60s first-wave ska and '80s dancehall reggae. The instrumentals and somewhat random covers which include Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" and Prince Buster's "Beg You Little More" provide some decent listening. However, the dueling vocals of Freddy Weaver and Doug Dobrosky on the dance tracks "Uncle Albert" and "Not Deaf Yet" showcase the bands ability to craft catchy upbeat tunes. Although dubbed Horny for Ska this album is also likely to appeal those more accustomed to mainstream reggae looking for something different.

Biography

Formed: Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Ruder Than You was founded in 1989 at Penn State University in State College, PA. After graduation in 1990, the group relocated to Philadelphia. The band's music relies heavily on traditional ska and dancehall reggae as opposed to punk ska, which was what most of their cohorts were playing at the time. In 1992, they released their debut album, Big Step, on Moon Records. Four years later they followed it up with Horny for Ska. In addition to the two albums, the band has appeared on numerous third...
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Horny for Ska, Ruder Than You
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Reggae, Music, Ska
  • Released: 29 October 1996

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