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esperantinc
May 5, 2003

JERRY! HELLO!


Ferrule posted:

It's the box, a record, the guest check, the napkin, the menu/lyric sheet, and the magnet. Number 341/1000. "Extra Cheese"

The top of the box is a bit pressed in. None of the perforated tabs are removed or punched through. There is a price tag on the upper corner of $9.98/

If you or anyone is serious I can post photos.

I'd defer to Fateo since he posted first, but yeah I'm interested...I have one, but it's missing the magnet and I wouldn't mind a complete one.

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Fateo McMurray
Mar 22, 2003



Ferrule posted:

It's the box, a record, the guest check, the napkin, the menu/lyric sheet, and the magnet. Number 341/1000. "Extra Cheese"

The top of the box is a bit pressed in. None of the perforated tabs are removed or punched through. There is a price tag on the upper corner of $9.98/

If you or anyone is serious I can post photos.

I would like photos. It sounds perfect though. $60?

ObsidianBeast
Jan 17, 2008

SKA SUCKS

I am unreasonably excited to see Streetlight Manifesto play the entirety of Everything Goes Numb in Baltimore on Saturday. I always love seeing them live, as their horn section is so good, but playing EGN straight through is awesome since I consider it one of my top 5 albums of all time. The icing on the cake is Mephiskapheles as the opener.

BENGHAZI 2
Oct 12, 2007
If you're wondering what that smell is, Dickeye genuinly, no joke, keeps getting so enraged they shit their pants. They also rage out over anything. Quote them and say something, you'll see.

ObsidianBeast posted:

I am unreasonably excited to see Streetlight Manifesto play the entirety of Everything Goes Numb in Baltimore on Saturday. I always love seeing them live, as their horn section is so good, but playing EGN straight through is awesome since I consider it one of my top 5 albums of all time. The icing on the cake is Mephiskapheles as the opener.

That whole album is a banger

nerve
Jan 2, 2011


SKA SUCKS


ObsidianBeast posted:

I am unreasonably excited to see Streetlight Manifesto play the entirety of Everything Goes Numb in Baltimore on Saturday. I always love seeing them live, as their horn section is so good, but playing EGN straight through is awesome since I consider it one of my top 5 albums of all time. The icing on the cake is Mephiskapheles as the opener.

Not unreasonable at all. Streetlight has never been surpassed in the genre.

Snow Cone Capone
Jul 30, 2003

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Streetlight is honestly almost its own genre tbh

I saw that show (EGN in full with Mephiskapheles opening). I think Dan Potthast was there too. It was literally in a high school gym, which really contributed to the time-warp feeling of seeing that lineup play those songs.

Geoj
May 28, 2008

BITTER POOR PERSON


Any idea if Mephiskapheles is with them for the entire tour?

They're going to be in town in mid-November but no mention on the SM or venue's websites.

interpunct
Aug 2, 2006

Bad girls think that you're being a boob punch


Geoj posted:

Any idea if Mephiskapheles is with them for the entire tour?

They're going to be in town in mid-November but no mention on the SM or venue's websites.

These are their tour dates (shows with Streetlight are marked with a *), according to their Facebook page:

Snow Cone Capone
Jul 30, 2003

flip that switch
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Maybe I'll go see them at Starland for the millionth time although the Pine Belt Arena was really quite a venue

WaffleZombie
May 10, 2003

"Identity Crisis" Murderer
Wild Guess #333:
Prince "Lady Killer" Charming

"Well, I AM the Adversa

My vote for best album this year is Talco - And the winner isn't... They're an Italian band, with some really insane horn lines.
Video: https://youtu.be/s3S-ZTz2AgU
Album: https://youtu.be/ZKkW6itA6rY

In other non-English ska news, a new Ska-P album just dropped but I haven't listened to it yet. I don't know why, but I wanted to dislike the Interrupters, but this album won me over.

Finally, Losing Streak > Borders > Rockview. They're all tightly bunched, but yeah.

Wheat Loaf
Feb 13, 2012

Fancy.


I recently listened to an album called Searching for the Young Ska Rebels by a band called the Phoenix City All-Stars, which came out a couple of years ago but which I'm only getting around to now. It's a whole-album cover of the (great) Dexys Midnight Runners debut album Searching for the Young Soul Rebels in a ska style. I thought it was pretty listenable.

Fateo McMurray
Mar 22, 2003



New RBF song.....good?????? What year is this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cUEZC2po8w

Wheat Loaf
Feb 13, 2012

Fancy.


Who usually plays keyboards for RBF? I've noticed lots of their songs have these organ parts but they don't have any member who only plays keyboards; do any of them do it or do they usually get studio musicians in?

Monday_
Feb 18, 2006

Worked-up silent dork without sex ability seeks oblivion and demise.

Clever Betty

Fateo McMurray posted:

New RBF song.....good?????? What year is this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cUEZC2po8w

Yeah what the hell, that is good.

Teemu Pokemon
Jun 19, 2004

To sign them is my real test

With full no movement clause


WaffleZombie posted:

My vote for best album this year is Talco - And the winner isn't... They're an Italian band, with some really insane horn lines.
Video: https://youtu.be/s3S-ZTz2AgU
Album: https://youtu.be/ZKkW6itA6rY

In other non-English ska news, a new Ska-P album just dropped but I haven't listened to it yet. I don't know why, but I wanted to dislike the Interrupters, but this album won me over.

Finally, Losing Streak > Borders > Rockview. They're all tightly bunched, but yeah.

Talco loving owns and I had no idea they were still recording new music

Fateo McMurray
Mar 22, 2003



Ferrule rules. Thanks for the LTJ record!

Misc
Sep 19, 2008



Wheat Loaf posted:

Who usually plays keyboards for RBF? I've noticed lots of their songs have these organ parts but they don't have any member who only plays keyboards; do any of them do it or do they usually get studio musicians in?

Scott played keys on all the classics. Discogs says Matt (Appleton) plays them on the rest after Scott left.

Ferrule
Feb 23, 2007

Yo!

Fateo McMurray posted:

Ferrule rules. Thanks for the LTJ record!

Hey man, you did me a favor getting it our of my house. I hope everything is cool with it.

I have other weird ska stuff I got from various record stores I worked in or girls I dated that I should also offload.

esperantinc
May 5, 2003

JERRY! HELLO!


Ferrule posted:

Hey man, you did me a favor getting it our of my house. I hope everything is cool with it.

I have other weird ska stuff I got from various record stores I worked in or girls I dated that I should also offload.

Post a list! I'm all for plugging holes in the "weird ska" part of my record collection.

Phlegmish
Jul 2, 2011



WaffleZombie posted:

My vote for best album this year is Talco - And the winner isn't... They're an Italian band, with some really insane horn lines.
Video: https://youtu.be/s3S-ZTz2AgU
Album: https://youtu.be/ZKkW6itA6rY

In other non-English ska news, a new Ska-P album just dropped but I haven't listened to it yet. I don't know why, but I wanted to dislike the Interrupters, but this album won me over.

Finally, Losing Streak > Borders > Rockview. They're all tightly bunched, but yeah.

There's a couple of good Italian bands, I've always liked Los Fastidios - more of a punk/oi band, but some ska stuff too.

The Basque Country and Spain in general in the eighties and nineties was also an insane goldmine for this type of band.

Kortatu - La Familia Iskariote

La Única Salida

French band Ya Basta! also has a few classics - Kamilia or Ouvrier

On the Dutch side there's Iedereen Zo Jotje (IZJ) and De Hardheid that I remember from the early 2000's.

Teemu Pokemon
Jun 19, 2004

To sign them is my real test

With full no movement clause


Today is the 20th anniversary of Why Do They Rock So Hard, which is making me realize that it's about the be the 20th anniversary of pretty much every ska album that I love and I'm old and then I realized that the 20th anniversary of most of them actually passed over the last 18 months


esperantinc posted:

Post a list! I'm all for plugging holes in the "weird ska" part of my record collection.

Snow Cone Capone
Jul 30, 2003

flip that switch
FLIP THAT SWITCH
FLIP IT


I'm probably gonna be in my 50s by the time I can afford to fly to Japan to see TSPO I hope they are still around

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guppy
Sep 21, 2004

sting like a byob

Teemu Pokemon posted:

Today is the 20th anniversary of Why Do They Rock So Hard, which is making me realize that it's about the be the 20th anniversary of pretty much every ska album that I love and I'm old and then I realized that the 20th anniversary of most of them actually passed over the last 18 months




I really think Why Do They Rock So Hard? might be my favorite ska album overall. Almost nonstop winners, so many good tracks on that album.

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