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No Service Project

We Are The Music Makers

Released on September 17, 2005

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The first full length from the No Service Project is full of fast-paced, up-beat and undeniably catchy ska-punk anthems. This perfect blend of skater-punk, ska and reggae with a touch of hip hop will hook you within the first few moments.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bliss  7%
2 Taking Back Thursday  0%
3 It's 10 Pm: Do You Know Where Your Country Is?  5%
4 Sham  0%
5 Small Town Cops Featuring M.c. Devlin Of The Mad Conductor Voted #1  19%
6 Something To Nail You To  5%
7 Suburban Trail Voted #2  19%
8 Buy One Get One Free  0%
9 Nosaj  0%
10 Genuine  10%
11 Now  0%
12 Rich Wholesome Anti-racism Voted #3  12%
13 Daydream My Life Away  12%
14 Breath  12%
Come back on or after Saturday, September 17 to vote for your favorite songs

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Santiago from Laguna Niguel, CA 
Dec 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really enjoyed listening to this album and spending some quality time with it. ooooo. Nonetheless, if your looking for a new ska band and some fast strummin along wit it you can pick this cd up and wont regret it. Try to figure out the words on small town cops with Mc Devlins part in it. Ive tried and just cant do it. help me out! Last track, breathe is a well ska'd out song wit a spice of reggae in it and just mellows you out. good buy

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Matt from Edmonton, AB Canada 
Oct 24 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome record. These guys are super talented and I can't wait to hear what they come out with next.

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Nick from Centennial, CO 
Mar 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

hey guys, this cd is amazing. it has a very unique and fresh sound...very talented.

there is realy no way to pick out a favoite song for this cd, all of them are good.

get it now

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Connie F from Carrizo Springs, TX 
Aug 25 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

daymn, this is a kick ass cd, some really good stuff here. My favorite song is probably Small Town Cops with M.C. Devlin (he's Chris from No-Ca$h)or Rich Wholesome Anti-Racism. but they're all good. check it out mang

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