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Fine Print At The Bottom

Resurrection A.D. 17

Released on April 3, 2001

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Since the initial release of "Fine Print at the Bottom," the Spitvalves have played 4 of last years Vans Warped Tour along with over hundreds of other shows. "Fine Print at the Bottom," was co-produced by Roman Flysher of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones. With influences ranging from the Mighty Mighty Bosstones to Fugazi and the Beastie Boys, Spitvalves continue to defy the boundaries of the Ska-Core category from which they dominate.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 One Time Voted #2  15%
2 Come Try Again  12%
3 New Deal Voted #3  15%
4 Skaboobidibobidska Voted #1  23%
5 Did I Stoop Ya?  13%
6 Mocos  0%
7 SSDD  3%
8 My Game  2%
9 Would I Still Smile?  13%
10 No Fiction  2%
11 Float  0%
12 Attack Of The Killer Rollerbladers  0%
13 Get It Right  0%
14 Mr. Man  2%
Come back on or after Tuesday, April 3 to vote for your favorite songs

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Scott from Fort Wayne, IN 
Mar 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I like their style, but I wish they would focus a little more on their hornlines and the melodies they play. They just don't stick out and are barely ever the main thing going on in the song. Less guitar, more horns. Overall, pretty good if you're into ska. Has a very rap-like feel to it.

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Erik from East Lansing, MI 
Dec 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an awesome cd from the late Spitvalves. though they are broken up now, i still strongly suggest this for your collection. overall, the music seems a bit chaotic and disorganized, but it's awesome nonetheless... since i've recieved it in the mail, it's been like a bad crack addiction... well worth the 13.50

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Dan from Shutesbury, MA 
Jan 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the spitvalves are a great band on cd and a better band to see live. if you havent seen them, go see them now. their horn parts and music overall is so good and flows so well with beautiful harmonies and crazy riffs. for the fans of big d and the kids table, streetlight manifesto and the arrogant sons of bitches- check out the spitvalves

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Rob from Middletown, NJ 
Dec 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Three Words: 'Totally Fucking Awesome.' Buy it. Seriously. Steal money from someone, and buy it. It's worth it... And besides, the life of a thief is a 'noble' one.

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Chris from Alexandria, ON Canada 
Apr 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This band is the most kickinest ska-core band out there right now!! There sorta like the voodoo glow skulls just way better vocals and everything else everyone should pick this cd up if you got the 12 bucks i've been listening to this cd for the past week straight stick in your fucking head hooks!!

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Phil from Enfield, CT 
Mar 17 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a really good Ska CD from a really good band. Skaboobidibobidiska, My Game, Come Try Again, and New Deal are the best songs. Check it out, its really good stuff.

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