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Album Review

From the opening admission in the liner notes about feeling strange putting together a “greatest-hits” compilation despite never actually having a hit, Mad Caddies demonstrate the humor and charm that have helped them to be one of the most enduring bands of the third-wave ska movement. With this in mind, the Caddies have put together what’s best described as a primer for the genre-hopping ska band, pulling together a selection of tracks to give new listeners a taste of the many hats the band has worn over the years. There’s the hyper-caffeinated bouce of the Dixieland-influenced “Monkeys,” the drunken maritime shanty “Weird Beard,” the polka-punk jam “All American Badass,” as well as more straightforward reggae of “Backyard.” For old fans, the band has included a bit of a fan service by way of an unreleased outtake of “Save Us” and the track “Why Must I Wait” from the upcoming album. The band has also included a blurb about every song on the compilation giving listeners a bit of insight into what was going on at the times the songs were written. Two tracks unreleased tracks and some liner notes probably won’t be enough to draw in longtime fans, but anyone looking to see what this band is all about couldn’t ask for a better jumping-on point than Consentual Selections.

Customer Reviews

The course doesn't provide a caddy

Although, I am really not sure how the Mad Caddies can even release a greatest hits album, considering every song they have generated is a hit to their fans not radio stations, I am happy they did. Although, I have every song this band has ever written I suggest you purchase this album now, it is a better Mad Caddies playlist than you would create on your personal computer. Plus there are two new songs, and this band is going in a direction no one has gone in before. It has been amazing watching them mature as a whole. Please keep making music!!!


Best $9.99 you will spend today :)

Essential Caddies

22 of their greatest hits only one omission came to my mind, "Today" should have made it. The last two are new and "Why Must I Wait" is really cool reggae jam. Keep up the good work!


Formed: August, 1995 in Santa Barbara, CA

Genre: Alternative

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

Santa Barbara's softcore ska-punkers Mad Caddies have been rollicking as a solid seven-piece since late summer 1995, but their musical origin dates back to the mid-'80s. Chuck Robertson (vocals), Mark Iversen (bass), Boz (drums), Eduardo Hernandez (trombone), Sascha Lazor (guitar), Carter Benson (guitar), and Keith Douglas (trumpet) were named the Ivy League early on, but grew tired of the constant comparisons to fellow California rockers Operation Ivy -- plus there was another band going by the...
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