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  1. Recorded on an 8 track in the basement of the Rudiments Headquarters January 27th–29th and April 25th Track 14 is unlisted. Track is a hidden track.
  2. Listen free to Skankin' Pickle – Skankin' Pickle Fever (Hussein Skank, Pseudo Punk and more). 17 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  3. Skankin' Pickle plays mostly uptempo third wave ska revival and faster, modern ska-punk on this album, although they take the occassional break to slow down and play some more light-hearded ska on a few tracks ($13k, Onyonghasayo and Margaret Cho for example)/5(11).
  4. Top CD Stubs; Documentation Green Album: Skankin’ Pickle: 1: Skafunkrastapunk: Skankin’ Pickle: 1: Skankin' Pickle Fever: Skankin’ Pickle: 1: Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups.
  5. San Francisco's Skankin' Pickle had bad timing, hitting the peak of their powers just before ska became the next big thing in the late s, and failing (perhaps not even trying) to capitalize on their sudden, if brief, popularity. The band made a number of fine albums on its own Dill Records label, and this is one of the best. When many other ska-punk bands went the easy route with faster.
  6. Skankin' Pickle Posted the genre was resuscitated by an influx of interest in the late '70s by British punk rockers, notably The Clash. Tenor Saw's classic mid-'80s album 'Fever' included some dub cuts at the end on the reissue. "Rub-a-Dub Market" is a nice little uptempo dub exploration.
  7. Skankin' Pickle Live is a live album by American ska punk band Skankin' Pickle, released on Dill Records in Tracks were recorded at Gilman Street in Berkeley, California on September 2, Tracks were recorded at The Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, California on March 3, Skankin' Pickle Live features five bonus tracks from two other artists on the Dill Records roster.
  8. This San Francisco-based ska-core band followed up the eclectic and charmingly amateurish funky ska-punk of their debut with more of the same, recording Skankin' Pickle Fever over the course of three days and on a 2, dollar budget.6/
  9. Skankin' Pickle's debut album Skafunkrastapunk was one of the first American underground records to fuse hardcore punk with ska, heavy metal and funk. It's too many styles for one record, and speed-metal tends to dominate the more exotic ska guitar and slap-bass.

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