SKAndalous All Stars

Pulling together members of the Slackers, Mephiskapheles, the Stubborn All-Stars, Ruder Than You, Agent 99, the Cycle Sluts From Hell, and the Klezmatics, the SKAndolous All-Stars have built their reputation on reggae-ized versions of popular rock and pop tunes. Their first two albums -- Hit Me, released in 1997, and Punk Steady, released the following year -- included dance-inspiring interpretations of songs by the Sex Pistols, the Clash, Blondie, Patti Smith, the Ramones, Kiss, Nirvana, Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, and White Zombie. With their third album, The Age of Insects, released in 1999, the group began focusing on the original songs of bandleader, tenor saxophonist, and vocalist Doug Dubrosky. ~ Craig Harris

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