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Old 11-11-2010, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Mighty Mighty Bosstones!!!

ive seen them live once and im going to see them again in december im stoooked. any other bostones lovers or haters?
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Old 11-12-2010, 01:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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More Noises and Other Disturbances is one of my all time favourite 3rd Wave Ska albums and one of the best examples full stop of the genre.
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I saw them in August, they put on an excellent live show! I wouldn't call myself a big fan, but I enjoy them quite a bit.
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I used to follow them around like a lost puppy dog a long... long time ago. Their shows have always been really explosive and high energy. Yeah, More Noise... was pretty much the apex, but I did like Skacore... and Don't Know How to Party a lot too. I was watching some Sesame Street with my daughter a couple years ago and managed to catch this video. She loves it, which makes me pretty happy.

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ive seen them live ONCE and im gonna see them AGAIN on December 4th. im STOOOKED! they are sooo beast live!
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I used to follow them around like a lost puppy dog a long... long time ago. Their shows have always been really explosive and high energy. Yeah, More Noise... was pretty much the apex, but I did like Skacore... and Don't Know How to Party a lot too. I was watching some Sesame Street with my daughter a couple years ago and managed to catch this video. She loves it, which makes me pretty happy.

oh wow! thats awesome! im sooo showing that to my lil sister and EVERY SINGLE child i ever run into for the rest of eternity... im just going to carry that vid around. it will be music education
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Growing up where I did, they were always on the radio. I hated them. They were too happy, our high school marching band played them. Its something I never could get over.

Then the years went by and I'd forgotten about them and when I came across them again I had a new appreciation.

Maybe it was all the memories about the vanishing daylight around city corners, or Nic Carter, or how shows felt when I was a kid hitting up Lupos or Paradise but I grew to love them. Its sad they only do a reunion show once a year, but we all get old then, don't we?
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