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Album Review

Spanish ska-punk band Ska-P took their show on the road for a tour of Europe in 2003; several dates were recorded, and Incontrolable gives fans a chance to hear what they missed. Wildly energetic and unconcerned with authority, Ska-P are in their element in front of a rowdy crowd, and these recordings capture the band at the top of its game. Selections include "Planeta Eskoria," "Mis Colegas," "Solamente Per Pensare," "A la Mierda," "Paramilita," and 11 more.

Customer Reviews

i dont know what the other guy said, but i Agree!!

just awesome music. reccommended daily for appreciators of ska. intifada's their best song in my opinion. i just wish i could understand the lyrics!

Ska-P at their best

This is one of the best live albums I have heard. The recording quality is great, and Ska-P as usual runs a really tight show.

@george carr - Intifada is a song about Anti-Zionism and is speaking out against the fighting in Israel


I don't even speak Spanish and I love this album


Formed: 1994 in Madrid, Spain

Genre: Rock y Alternativo

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A ska-punk outfit based in Madrid, Spain, Ska-P (the name a take on the Spanish word for escape) formed in 1994. At times political and at other times humorous, Ska-P released their first album, the self-titled Ska-P, in 1994. From there, the left-leaning ensemble released a number of hit full-lengths, culminating in 2002's Que Corra la Voz. In 2005, Ska-P announced an open-ended hiatus so that members could focus on other musical directions and projects. A farewell show outside of Madrid on September...
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