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Strictly Rude

Big D and the Kids Table

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Big D & the Kids Table is music's best hidden secret


There are a few songs I don't like, but they aren't terrible: Snakebite, Deadpan, and The One. Otherwise this is a solid album. This is a better, mature sounding big d. If you like punk you can always listen to their Beijing To Boston EP. The album kicks it off with Steady Riot, "Music, a steady riot in my soul" sings Davis McWane, obviously immersed in the power of music and lyrics. A lot of this album speaks and inspires me. "Shining On" is a feel-good upbeat ska song that sounds like it can help anyone going through a tough day. Optimism and hope are in both "Shining On" and "Steady Riot." Noise Complaint, the second song on the album, is a fast paced song about a crazy party and pissed off neighbors. "Try out You Voice" tells the listener to speak out and write to their congressman/president/mayor/government official and fight for a cause instead of complaining. I highly recommend this album to any fan of ska/punk/rock/jazz.


this cd is amazing there isnt a song on the cd that you wont love my favorites are noise complaint, souped-up vinyl, try out your voice, and hell on earth


Formed: 1995 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

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

The Boston ensemble Big D and the Kids Table brought on their fast-paced style of ska-punk upon their debut in 1995. But like most ska bands, a revolving lineup frequented for the next three years as the Allston-based crew self-released their debut 1997 split with pop-punkers Drexel, Shot by Lammi (recorded for only $700), and the Live EP. Both were issued on their own Fork in Hand Records, run by vocalist David McWane and bassist Steve Foote. By the time Big D signed with Asian Man Records, the...
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