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This may be the greatest ska compilation of all time. Mustard Plug, I solute you!

Oh my gosh

This is awesome it's just like aquabats had an awesome baby!

Much love!

I'm a ska fan, but I found it difficult to find good ska bands. I was looking through ska compilations on YouTube when I heard "Yesterday" by Mustard Plug. I've been hooked on them since! This album is fantastic. Only being 17 years old, I grew up listening to 90s-00s punk bands. Mustard Plug is the perfect blend between alt and punk rock and the ska genre. I deem this album a must own; even if you aren't a fan of ska, the songs are still peppy and well-written for any white kid that thinks they're cool.


Formed: 1991 in Grand Rapids, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in 1991, Mustard Plug established itself as a hard-working independent band. The Grand Rapids, MI-based group, with the help of its label, the California indie ska-punk outfit Hopeless Records, repeatedly toured the United States, Europe, Japan, and South America. It made the rounds of two Warped Tours and participated in the Ska Against Racism tour. Mustard Plug began its career meagerly, releasing the cassette Skapocalypse Now! on its own Dashiki Clout label in 1992. (It would be re-released...
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