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It's got it All!

1 part Black Eyed Peas, 1 part UB 40, 1 part Sublime, 1 part clasic British Punk, add a whole lot of Angst, & you get Sonic Boom Six. As an old school Punk I tend to dislike artist that mix genres, but like Sublime before them these guys nailed it. If you only download 1 or 2 songs I sugest Bigger Than Punk Rock & or Don't Say I Never Warned Ya.

good but more punk than reggae or dancehall

i bought this because i love the pilfers and sublime. i like the dancehall/reggae style and this is way more ska-punk. good but don't be fooled by the other reviews. this is more punkish.

Not Half Bad

intresting...I like it. good stuff, change is good.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A Manchester band coupling dub, hip-hop, and the spirit of '77 — punk rock, to be more specific — Sonic Boom Six formed from the demise of previous band Grimace. Members Laila Khan (vocals and melodica), Dave "Hellfire" Kelly (guitars), Paul "Barney Boom" Barnes (bass), Neil McMinn (drums), and Ben Childs (saxes) came together in or around April of 2002. They recorded and self-released a demo of tracks in autumn of that year, and earned their stripes touring with King Prawn and The Toasters....
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