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Really??? People still don't know how great this record is?

Seriously, this is one of the greatest albums ever made... Any genre. I see people write that a lot but this is real. This was a moment in time for this band. They got it perfect with the sound, the instruments, the players, and the songs [lots of them (one way you can tell that they were completely in their element]. "No More Crying" and "Make Me Smile" are two of the greatest ska/reggae songs ever written. The others are all spectacular as well. 19 songs and no fillers. $9.99, huh? If I was to be stranded on an island for the rest of my life and could take 5 albums this is one.

Something for everyone

Recently Ive been having an itch for somthing soulful in the ska genre. This album delivered, its got a great sound to just chill out to and relax. With dub fusion involved this makes it an essential must grab for the summer.

Biography

Formed: 1990 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of the most notable bands to emerge out of the New York City ska revival scene of the 1990s, the Slackers is comprised of vocalist Marq Lyn, vocalist/keyboardist Vic Ruggerio, guitarist T.J. Scanlon, bassist Marcus Geard, saxophonist David Hillyard, trumpeter Jeremy Mushlin, trombonist Glen Pine, and drummer Luis Zuluaga. After beginning their career in 1991 playing rocksteady and ska in the 2-Tone vein, the Slackers moved toward a more traditional style, even adding a horn section in 1994. They...
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