×
Back left
Back right

Does anybody listen to ska?

Celebs cartoon
Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Thumb
Posts: 935

Ska-punk is one of my favorite music genres, but it feels like it goes...unnoticed.

There are some really cool ska-punk bands out there like Reel Big Fish, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aquabats, 311, and tons more.

More people should give ska-punk a try, it's really awesome.


Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Thumb
Posts: 935

Here's some good ska music:

"Watch It Crash" by Streetlight Manifesto

"Sell Out" by Reel Big Fish
"We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful" by Reel Big Fish

"Superman" by Goldfinger

"Super Rad!" by The Aquabats
"It's Crazy, Man!" by The Aquabats

"Spiderwebs" by No Doubt

"All You Need" by Sublime
"Santeria" by Sublime

"Fall Back Down" by Rancid

"Reggae Got Soul" by 311
"Beautiful Distaster" by 311

"Where'd You Go?" by Mighty Mighty Bosstones
"The Impression That I Get" by Mighty Mighty Bosstones


Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Thumb
Lock
Streetlight Manifestooooo

All We Love We Leave Behind


Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Default girl
Lock
Sublime and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones are the only ska I listen to.


Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Thumb
Posts: 935

The Aquabat's early work was more like ska, but with other types of music thrown in.  There have been some elements of ska-punk, new wave, tango, synthpop, and even nu-metal thrown into their music. 


Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Default guy
Lock
I know exactly what you mean!


-Funk Rock-
••Bass Player••
Incubus+


Posted over 4 years ago

Posted By:

Thumb
Posts: 935

Okay, I'm just gonna list off all the third-wave ska bands I know:

Rancid, Sublime, The Aquabats, Go Go 13, Musturd Plug, 311, Reel Big Fish, Streetlight Manifesto, RX Bandits, Cherry Poppin' Daddies, Save Ferris, No Doubt, Operation Ivy, Goldfinger

...that's it.


News Feed

To view your full News Feed please Login using your Username and Password or Register with Kidzworld!

Forum Activity