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Album Review

Third-wave ska-punkers Big D and the Kids' Table debut for Mike Park's Asian Man label with Good Luck, their first full-length release and third overall (following a live EP and split CD on their own Fork in Hand label). It's a spirited, stomping ska record showcasing the ten-piece group's skillful instrumental interplay, and even if some of the songs are more about groove than memorable melody, there are enough good, high-energy moments to carry the album.

Customer Reviews

The Legacy Begins

This is one of the greatest ska bands and this might be there best album. If you like How it Goes you'll love this.

Amazing album

If you love this band this album is a must buy. Wish they had the split album with Drexel on iTunes as well.


Formed: 1995 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

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

The Boston ensemble Big D and the Kids Table brought on their fast-paced style of ska-punk upon their debut in 1995. But like most ska bands, a revolving lineup frequented for the next three years as the Allston-based crew self-released their debut 1997 split with pop-punkers Drexel, Shot by Lammi (recorded for only $700), and the Live EP. Both were issued on their own Fork in Hand Records, run by vocalist David McWane and bassist Steve Foote. By the time Big D signed with Asian Man Records, the...
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