Hey, have you all been checking out my boy Mattie and the Talk the Ska podcast? It’s a lot like this show, only Mattie talks to you about what you just listened to. Me, I want to make you read, like a jerk, Mattie, he’s got your back, he’s the fun ska podcaster! But it’s what made Mattie a good call to collaborate on this episode with! Hope you all enjoy!
00:00 – Let’s Get Dangerous – Never Lonely (Demo ’16 ’16) 03:26 – Royal City Riot – the Extra Mile (Whatever You Please ’09) 07:00 – Simple Minded Symphony – Wave Breaker (Wave Breaker ’20) 10:19 – Secret Society – Misfits (…Can I Borrow Your Beard? ’97) 13:37 – Cut Capers – Pinstripe Tux (the Pinstripe EP ’12) 16:22 – Train’s Tone – Clifford Brice (Birth of Hope ’07) 21:34 – the Decepticonz – Big Purple Bus (Rot Your Brain ’98)
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Time for another 23min of Ska label highlight episode! This time we’re looking at Ska In The World Records operating out of Japan. While they license a whole bunch of music from around the globe for release, they also are host to a ton of great bands from Japan and beyond in their own right! Here’s just such a small sampling of what they have to offer! I have to admit, I only knew a few of these bands going in, and boy oh boy was I in for a surprise and a treat, as are you dear listener!
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Another way to support this podcast is to listen to and support our sister podcast the Ska After Party or to buy some records from our partners in crime over at Grandpa’s Casino Recordings, they carry some great vinyl ska records!