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Planet Smashers


(Features Neville Staple From The Specials)

Stomp 40

Released on June 3, 2003

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For the past ten years, The Planet Smashers have been infecting audiences worldwide with their irreverent brand of pop, punk and ska. While the Smashers’ style is firmly rooted in ska, they manage to transcend the clichés and stereotypes associated with the genre simply by writing and recording undeniably awesome songs. Having shared the stage with Sick Of It All, AFI, Death By Stereo and Millencolin, among others, The Planet Smashers have no trouble converting even the most hardcore of the hardcore kids. Circle pits, fists in the air and scream–along choruses mix seamlessly with all–out skankin’ tomfoolery.

Mighty is the fourth (and best) North American full–length from these Montreal natives, serving up 14 tracks of pop–infused goodness. With subject matter ranging from girls and alcohol to politics and personal inspiration, the Smashers produce an incredibly diverse and thought–provoking album that still manages to be fun. Guest vocals from long–time hero Neville Staples (The Specials) and mind–blowing production round out the mix to make this one a must–have!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mighty  13%
2 Explosive Voted #2  18%
3 Missionary's Downfall Voted #3  17%
4 J'Aime Ta Femme (I Like Your Girl)  7%
5 Retribution  3%
6 Direction  2%
7 Keep It Coming  4%
8 Recollect  0%
9 Can't Stop  3%
10 Opportunity Voted #1  18%
11 Psycho Neighbor  2%
12 The Big O  0%
13 Girl In The Front Row  2%
14 Objective  0%
15 King Of Tuesday Night  4%
16 Until The End  7%
17 Never Going To Drink Again  3%
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Robert from Mission, TX 
Apr 24 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cd has some really great tracks, but its not their absolute best. They sort of experimented with their sound on some tracks, which probably wasn't a good idea. Missionary's downfall is a masterpiece. If you don't have any planet smashers I recommend "Life of The Party", that album is perfect. Buy this if you like planet smashers already though, its great for your collection.

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Patrick from Ashburn, VA 
Aug 17 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the first cd I've purchased by the Planet Smashers and its really great. For the most part the cd is fast paced ska, although there are a few slower sonds on the cd that have grown on me since first buying the album. I have seen the band play twice on the Ska Is Dead tour and on the Warped Tour, where they played awesome sets both times. I'm really looking forward to another release.

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Cort from Newton, NJ 
Jun 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is friggin awesome! its definetly one of the best ska cds i own for sure my favorite song is missionary's downfall

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Tim from Springfield, IL 
May 1 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ah..The Planet Smashers, one of my favorite ska bands. With their latest cd, Mighty, I was impressed yet kind of dissapointed at the same time. The first 5 songs really kick ass, but then they have about 3 or 4 "slow" songs in the middle that just plain suck. The ending is good too..but those damn middle songs make this cd a pain. I would recommend buying this cd, but if you are a "newbie" to The Planet Smashers, I say buy "Life of the party" ..and by the way, was anyone else confused about the "John" kid who reviewed the first Planet Smashers cd? He said Jesse Michaels as in it...I wish...But don't be fooled by that Jackass, Planet Smashers are a great SKA band..not a country, punk band..

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Dustin from Pascoag, RI 
Feb 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow, this is possibley one of the best ska cd's ever!!!! every song makes me want to get up and skank! my favorite trac has to be #3. any fan of Ska MUST pick this up!

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Mike from Emmitsburg, MD 
Sep 19 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Awesome punk/ska band from Canada. Something’s going on up North, a really cool uprising of Canadian punk/ska bands (Including Couch Addiction and The Gamblers). The Planet Smashers have more of a catchy ska/reggae sound. Far more ska then punk. In fact, it’s almost too much ska guitar to handle. Don’t get me wrong, totally awesome band, but they don’t really have a wide range of sounds. Great vocals, horns and overall catchy music. I personally like their past CD’s a little better. Still a great addition to your ska collection!!!!!

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