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The Green Album

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Skankin' Pickle have pay homage to their influences on The Green Album. Each member of the band has a paragraph in the liner notes on their chosen cover. The guitarist praises "Gates of Steel" (Devo), the sax player chooses Bad Manners' "Special Brew," while the perceptive slide trombonist opts for the Bad Brains' "Pay To Cum." The valve trombonist hear something special in Oingo Boingo's "Violent Love," the drummer nods to Stewart Copeland with "Don't Care" and the bassist finds foundation and sustenance in the Gorilla Biscuits song "Start Today." Each member sings his or her chosen tune. The album is filled out with seven more cuts that were previously only available on early demos. This also marks the final Skankin' Pickle project involving saxophonist Michael "Bruce Lee" Park. Not just ska fans can enjoy the treatments. Indeed, they are as much punk as ska.

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A fun ska album and a good summary of the ska scene at the time.


Formed: 1989 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

San Francisco-based ska-punk sextet Skankin' Pickle was formed in the spring of 1989 by vocalist/saxophonist Mike "Bruce Lee" Park, guitarist Lynette Knackstedt, bassist Ian Miller, trombonists Lars Nylander and Gerry Lundquist, and drummer Chuck Phelps. Forming their own label, Dill Records, the group issued a series of LPs including 1991's Skafunkrastapunk and 1992's Sing Along with Skankin' Pickle before...
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