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Skanktronics

Drop Your Drink N' Skank

Dublin Mob Man Records 3

Released on December 14, 2002

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This is the latest release from Cleveland ska/punk heros the Skanktronics. Put out on Wisconsin based label Dublin Mob Man Records it contains 8 action packed songs full of skeemo (ska/emo/punk) goodness. Be sure to pick it up.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Left Behind  0%
2 Little Town  10%
3 Thank God I'm An Atheist  10%
4 Circuit To The Sun Voted #2  23%
5 July 24th  0%
6 How To Get Chicks (so Long Goodbye) Voted #3  17%
7 United We Stand Voted #1  27%
8 Mulletboy (redux)  13%
Come back on or after Saturday, December 14 to vote for your favorite songs

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Patrick from Ashburn, VA 
Aug 18 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The Skanktronics are a ska band without horns, which makes for a unique sound. This cd is pretty good, although it is of low quality. The band could have had great improvement but as far as i know they've disbanded. I don't reccomend buying this cd as the best of their songs can be downloaded from their website.

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Anne from Rocky River, OH 
Aug 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

For one this is zehr not anne, Ok I basically bought this cause I wanted some local stuff and hey there from cleveland like me this was great its pretty good sound but the voclas are to low. they put a ska sound with punk and emo vocals. great album buy it

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Tex from Brockway, PA 
Jan 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

hey, this cd is pretty good.. skanktronics are a good ska band.. my favorite songs on the cd are #3. 7. 8. buy this cd ..................Drop Your Drink And Skank!!

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Donald from Glen Gardner, NJ 
Dec 15 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd rocks the quality isnt the greatest but I have heard crappier. And the song mulletboy its good I dont know what this other person is talking bout but its just a band fooling around having fun and the crappy keyboard sounds awesome. Its ashame that the band broke up. so buy this cd while you can you wont regret it or maybe you will and you will wish you never listened to me so yea

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Brandon from Jericho, VT 
Apr 13 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Overall, pretty good cd. Well worth the $5. I chose this cd completely at random, and I'm glad I did. The music is excellent, with the exception of track 8. "Mullet Boy," the last song, is just not good. The lyrics are childish, the music is uninspired and the $3 Casio keyboard takes away from the song even more; it's quite annoying.

Other than that my only complaint is the shoddy production. The recording quality is decent, but the vocals are too low in the mix on several tracks, and most of the songs' master volume is way way too low. If the band cut the last track, and then remixed & remastered this cd it'd be a perfect ten. As it is, I give it a 7.5 (8.5 if we pretend track 8 doesn't exist).









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