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Great live show from the kings of New York ska

The Toasters have been one of the best live ska acts for over 20 years, and this album shows why. All 20 tracks will have you out of your seat and dancing to the inimitable New York ska sound from the pioneers of the genre’s so-called “third wave” (the first wave having come from Jamaica, the second from the United Kingdom). Classic Toasters live songs like “Shocker”, “Weekend in L.A.”, and “Matt Davis” blend right in with old standbys like “Underground Town”, “2-Tone Army” and a great extended version of “East Side Beat” enhanced by a guest appearance by German ska virtuoso Dr. Ring Ding. Any fan of the Toasters and east coast ska should definitely pick this album up.


Formed: 1982

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the most important American ska bands, the Toasters did much to popularize the genre on the underground scene in the mid- to late '80s, laying the groundwork for later third wave bands like the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and ska's subsequent explosion in popularity in the mid- to late '90s. British expatriate Rob "Bucket" Hingley formed the Toasters in New York City in 1982 after discovering that the 2 Tone ska he loved had made virtually no inroads into the American music scene. He gathered...
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