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The Interrupters (Deluxe Edition)

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Between vocalist Aimee Allen and her bandmates (three brothers), The Interrupters have worked with the likes of Sugar Ray, Jimmy Cliff, Tim Armstrong, Black Eyed Peas, and others. Their bona fides in the pop-rock-ska arena are solid, and it shows on this debut collection of rock-edged, ska-hearted tunes. Allen’s voice has a commanding, Joan Jett–style quality, and it’s the perfect playground chum for the band’s bouncing basslines, hopscotching snares, and rapid-fire guitar. The Interrupters’ sound is nothing new (think Rancid, Sublime, etc.), and some tunes here, like “White Noise,” may feel a bit too familiar to really strike a chord. But their interpretations of songs like the ‘80s pop gem “The Metro” and the first Bob Marley single ever recorded, “Judge Not,” are welcome and memorable surprises. Amid the perfectly skank-able, fresh-sounding originals (the punky “Can’t Be Trusted,” the sweet “Friend Like Me,” the shout-along gem “Family,” with Tim Armstrong), a few tunes rock the roof off: the light-speed “Liberty” and the stadium-ready anthem “Take the Power” give a swift, Doc Marten–clad kick to the gut.

Customer Reviews

Tim Armstrong must really love singers that sound like Tim Armstrong

Time Again (often called Tim Again) were the first offenders. They exploited everything about Rancid that they could, including Tim Armstrongs vocal personality. Now imagine an alternative universe where Time Again is a female fronted ska band called The Interrupters. Yeah, it's like that.

Awesome

This band is a new band but awesome one. Saw them live at riot fest last year and they were amazing. They sound good. Have great musicians and are going to be a great band (they already are).

Great SKA

Saw them open for Rancid. They were the best SKA I have heard in a long time.

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Rollicking California ska-punk band the Interrupters are yet another example of how the uptempo variation on the classic Jamaican sound remains a perennial favorite on the West Coast. The Interrupters feature Aimee Interrupter, aka Aimee Allen, on lead vocals; Kevin Bivona on guitar; Justin Bivona on bass, and Jesse Bivona on drums. Prior to joining the Interrupters, Allen had an eclectic career in pop music: she sang the song "Cooties" on the soundtrack to the musical remake of John Waters' Hairspray;...
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