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Loving the new single

Can't wait for to hear the rest! LTJ does it again, another homerun

Sound the alarm

I can live with things change but I don't know about whatever the weather. Just doesn't sound like LTJ...

These guys know what's up

I first heard of LTJ on an early World Warped CD doing Liquor Store. I instantly fell in love with this band and their energy. It was also my intro into Ska Punk type music, and boy what a band to start on. These guys have put out amazing music and by the sound of the singles they've put out so far, this is definitely gonna be a good one. If you love some good ol' brass and a mix of punk speed and reggae mellowness, then this is just for you.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Gainesville, FL

Genre: Rock

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

Although formed in 1992 as a power pop trio with heavy punk leanings, Less Than Jake steadily transformed into a ska-inspired punk band with the addition of a horn section. Vocalist/guitarist Chris Demakes, bassist Shaun, and drummer/lyricist Vinnie Fiorello formed the first incarnation of the group, which took root in Gainesville, Florida. After Shaun became the group's roadie, however, he was replaced by bassist Roger Manganelli, who picked up the instrument just to join the band. During 1993-1994,...
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