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Album Review

This mini-album contains the definitive version of the Bosstones' signature song, "Someday I Suppose," plus covers of early Bob Marley ("Simmer Down") and hardcore bands like Minor Threat, Angry Samoans, and SSD. Aside from the jazzy Marley cover and the well-crafted fusion of "Someday I Suppose," most of the songs — true to the title — essentially sound like thrashy hardcore with horn breaks.


Formed: 1985 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A great deal of the groundwork for the mid- to late-'90s explosion of ska and ska-metal was laid by the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, who were one of the first bands to cross high-energy ska with hardcore punk and heavy metal and who also helped shift its tone toward testosterone-filled party music. The Bosstones built up a devoted cult following throughout their career, but their level of commercial success never quite matched that of more pop-oriented third wave ska bands, like No Doubt and Sublime,...
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