Give ‘em the Boot II – Review

April 1, 2000

As Dropkick Murphys claim in their opening track, “The Gang’s All Here.” Then there’s over an hour’s worth of punk, Oi!, rocksteady, reggae, and hardcore.

Capitol Radio – Review

April 1, 2000

This is radio the way it should be: For the people, by the people, with no commercial motives embedded. Oh, and of course, great fucking tunes.

Ska Sucks – Review

November 1, 1998

Following the seminal comp Punk Sucks, Liberation decided to try their hand at exploiting, ahem, releasing ska. 75 minutes of ska in its many forms.

The Pietasters – OoLooLoo – Review

June 1, 1995

I was disappointed with this new offering from these ska masters. Resident ska experts Stacey and Opie agree with me: Something is missing from OoLooLoo.

Skarmageddon – Review

September 1, 1994

All based loosely on the “ump-ah, ump-ah” guitar, has horns and often reeds, and bass lines are bouncy, but the deviations here are numerous.