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The Top 100 Ska-Punk Songs: #60-51

This is part 5 of Will’s countdown of the top 100 ska-punk songs 60. Status – Rx Bandits The Rx Bandits started off as a mediocre ska band before becoming a much better alternative/hard rock band. Status, which is a song on their second album, is their strongest ska song, boasting a fantastic drum part,…

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The Top 100 Ska-Punk Songs: #70-61

This is part 4 of Will’s countdown of the top 100 ska-punk songs 70. Stuck in the Middle – The Supervillains I had the privilege of seeing The Supervillains live when I was a sophomore in high school. I immediately liked them, but I didn’t really dig through their discography until just last year, when…

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The Top 100 Ska-Punk Songs: #80-71

(picture courtesy Starpool’s facebook page) This is part 3 of Will’s countdown of the top 100 ska-punk songs 80. All My Best Friends Are Metalheads – Less than Jake “This is a fair request, and I promise I will not judge any person only as a teenager.” This song preaches the simple and common message…

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The Top 100 Ska-Punk Songs: #90-81

This is part 2 of Will’s countdown of the top 100 ska-punk songs 90. This Gigantic Robot Kills – MC Lars “This Gigantic Robot Kills” is Nerdcore rapper MC Lars’s attempt at making a ska song. Pulling MC Bat Commander from the Aquabats and the horn line from Suburban Legends, Lars succeeds in infusing his…

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The Top 100 Ska-Punk Songs: #100-91

This is part 1 of Will’s countdown of the top 100 ska-punk songs Preface As the name of the article implies, I’ve composed a list of what are my top 100 favorite Ska-Punk songs. Note that I consider the list an ongoing draft. It’s not truly finalized, and it never will be. I spent about…