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Buy this album.

If you are into Catch 22's work, like Operation Ivy, and everything inbetween then buy this album! It is a great listen no matter how long. For two months this was the only album I listened to and it sounded brand new each time. I could tell you all the good things about it, but that would take too long. Just do yourself a favor and buy it before you die. You won't regret it. Oh and iTunes needs Streetlight Manifesto. Enjoy


This CD is pretty very good and its hard to describe just how much without inappropriate words. It rocks, it punks, it skas, it slows it down, it takes you on a life trip. It makes you laugh, cry, smile, punch, skank, you know how it goes. It has a slightly different feel than their previous two full-lengths (kind of) Gipsy Hill EP and Good Luck, which are both sweet as well. Treat yourself to some ska-punk on overdrive!

Gotta have it.....

This CD is a little less serious and a little harder if your into that try this CD if not try Good Luck but if you do get this CD check out My Girlfriends on Drugs, that songs real funny


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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