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23min of Ska : Hey, High Fives All Around!

23ska roofFive! The countdown is real… in case you haven’t noticed for the last eighteen episodes the titles have been counting down… but to what? Truth be told, it might be counting down to the end. The end of the podcast proper? When I started the countdown, yes, this is exactly what it was leading to. But I’m having second thoughts. Months ago when this countdown started it was when I was getting hardly any downloads, listens, shares, likes, what-have-you and zero feedback. It was depressing. Ska isn’t supposed to depress people. Then the month of January hit… and it has been crazy! Huge download numbers, a number of new listeners and several supportive comments… I’m kind of shocked. It makes me want to keep going. So what are we counting down to? Listeners, tell me what you want from this podcast, we’ll go from there! This show is nothing with out you and the bands, I’m just a middle man, hit me up, let me know! Maybe we’re just counting down to an even better version of 23min of Ska!

00:00 – Jorge & the Landladies – Stop Locking the Front Door (Monobound ’12)
03:16 – Coolidge – Turn the Other Way (the 5 Best Songs in the World : Volume 1 ’14)
06:23 – the Arrogant Sons of Bitches – the Last Bell I Will Ever Hear (Three Cheers for Disappointment ’06)
07:31 – the JB Conspiracy – the Last Time (the Storm ’13)
11:10 – MU330 – San Fransisco (MU330 ’99)
12:46 – the Holophonics – Golden Boy and the Rock (Don’t Mess with the Holophonics ’15)
16:58 – Hub City Stompers – Ska Train to Dorkville (Ska Ska Black Sheep ’09)
21:19 – Propagandhi – Ska Sucks (How to Clean Everything ’93)

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