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This Gun For Hire

The Toasters

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Older Toasters

This album rocks, all musicans are on top of there instruments and Bucks midset was great when he composed this album, its some original work and i can't ever get enough of it. This album proves that the toasters are a band that has remaind steady through all albums!

Some of the toasters best

I love this album. Some of the best songs on here are Havana, and Don't say forever. If you like the toaster, you gotta get this album!

<3

I love this album, it always reminds me of my Dad coming home from tour. I think it's an essential for all ska fans; CLASSIC!

Biography

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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