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Give 'em The Boot 2

Hellcat 80420

Released on November 23, 1999

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Volume number two in Hellcat's explosive Give 'Em the Boot comp series showcasing the best in modern punk, ska, hardcore, rocksteady, Oi and reggae sounds. You get the shit stomped out of you with unreleased tracks from RANCID, HEPCAT and JOE STRUMMER, plus additional sole-dentistry from DROPKICK MURPHYS, TIGER ARMY, PIETASTERS, MAD LION, U.S. BOMBS, GADJITS, DISTILLERS, BUJU BANTON, DAVID HILLYARD & THE ROCKSTEADY 7, BUCCANEER, SLACKERS, CHOKING VICTIM, F-MINUS, LEFTOVER CRACK, MOUTHWASH, INDK, and the VANITY 5. Some with more than one song.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 20 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Dropkick Murphys -The Gang's All Here  9%
2 Hepcat -Riding The Region  2%
3 Rancid -If The Kids Are United Voted #1  11%
4 Tiger Army -Nocturnal Voted #2  10%
5 Pietasters -Can't Stand It  3%
6 Mad Lion -Tell Me What You're Feeling  1%
7 US Bombs -Goin' Out  5%
8 Gadjits -Bad Gadjit  4%
9 Distillers -L.A. Girl Voted #3  9%
10 Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros -X-Ray Style  2%
11 Buju Banton -Misty Days  3%
12 David Hillyard Rocksteady 7 -The Fool  1%
13 Buccaneer -Bruk Out  2%
14 Slackers -Have The Time  5%
15 Choking Victim -Crack Rock Steady  9%
16 F-Minus -Forget Yourself  2%
17 Leftover Crack -Crack City Rockers  8%
18 Mouthwash -Fools Gold  2%
19 INDK -Rent For Sale  5%
20 Vanity 5 -Flight Of The Phoenicians  2%
21 Rancid -Life Won't Wait  5%
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Adam from Bellbrook, OH 
Dec 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another must-have give 'em the boot. INDK, Leftover Crack, and Choking Victim, not to mention a great song of Buju Banton.

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Brandon from Wildomar, CA 
Dec 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

give em the boot. probly the best comp. you will ever come by. look, hell cat is the best fucking record company today, even though they have some weird regae/ska-funk on it it still good.

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John from Phelan, CA 
Jul 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, Rancid is my favorite band and both of their songs on this CD were pretty disappointing. In a matter of fact, I think the best Rancid track on there isn't a Rancid track at all, but Buju Banton's 'Misty Days', featuring Rancid. That's an awesome, catchy as hell reggae song. A couple of other songs kind of suck like Nocturnal's 'Tell Me What You're Feeling' and (sadly) Leftover Crack's. Besides that, you got all sorts of ill shit on here - Choking Victim, The Slackers, Tiger Army, The Distillers and US Bombs. But I think the best song is Mouthwash's 'Fool's Gold'. And the Buccaneer song is so crazy, its pretty funny. We were listening to this CD at work and when that track came on, one of the girls there was like "What the fuck type of music is this!?!?!"

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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
Apr 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you never hear a better comp than Hellcat's "Give "Em the Boot II", it's probably because the term "Various Artists" is a bit misleading for a label like theirs. Many of the bands' members often play in other bands, sustaining the Hellcat sound throughout the recording. Rancid plays no fewer than five songs, either alone or providing instrumental backing for reggae musicians like Buju Banton and Mad Lion. There are nevertheless some pretty killer punk tracks from Tiger Army and INDK, while Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros mellow the mood a bit in one of their last recorings as a group. Not only is it cheap, but this Give 'Em the Boot collection is actually a quality album, making it more worth the small fee than any of the others.

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Alex from Marquette, MI 
Jan 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This has a good mix of Ska, Punk, and Phsyco-billy. Some of the highlights are U.S. Bombs, Choking Victim, Leftover Crack, Hepcat, Rancid, and INDK. this is worth the 8 bucksfor sure.

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Jasona from Yorba Linda, CA 
Jun 18 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Kick ass comp. i liked most of the songs on it. It got me into Tiger Army and dropkick murphys. US bombs a favorite of mine kicks the shit out of everyone as expected. but good buy. Rancid does an ok cover or Sham 69. But buy it don't be so cheap. damn.

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Chris from Narragansett, RI 
Sep 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i got this cd cuz it was cheap and had only a few bands i listen to. but i was very impressed. great mix with punk, reggae, ska. hepcat, the slackers, dkm, rancid, strummer, choking vitim kick ass.

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Nate from Brick, NJ 
Jul 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

really good cd for 4.95..leftover crack, indk, and choking victim are my fav so those songs on there were really good, and the rancid song is pretty cool...5 stars


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Daniel from Newton, NJ 
Jun 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great cd with an awesome mix of punk/ska and reggae. I like majority of the songs on here except Joe Stummer: x-ray style and this weird old-school version of INDK's rent for sale. The key tracks on this record are by Choking victim, LOC, f-minus, David hillyard rocksteady 7, rancid, dropkick murphys, tiger army, plus many more. and not only do you get all this great music, but you get a poster and its all for 5.75$. so just get it, its a great buy.

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Ben from Taftville, CT 
Dec 30 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great cd. fuck everyone who says it has too much ska. The first rancid tracks great. too bad they sold out they were a great band. did you know tim's in a new band with the guy from blink182. And they're on the radio Distillers song is fuckin awesome

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