Ska

Discussion in 'The Whiners' started by kier, May 11, 2004.

  1. kier

    kier I R Baboon

    I listen to alot of music, and this includes ska. I really love the old stuff, listening to Toot's and the Maytals just now, so beautiful. I like madness and the specials too, and most of the 70's/80's ska...but i downlo...found some modern ska albums...they were so scary!!!

    they were very punky, not really singing about much. They were loud and fast, losing that reggae rythem and gentleness i know and love.

    Was just wondering what you all felt of new and old ska, and what band's you suggest people look out for :)
     
  2. torz

    torz Member

    what do you mean by ska? i've never heard this termanology before but i love madness, the specials & bands like UB40, is this what your refering to?

    if so, i love the kinda reggie bob marley type sound!
     
  3. FreakyJoeMan

    FreakyJoeMan 100% Batshit Insane

    This band called "The Busdrivers" is pretty good.
     
  4. kier

    kier I R Baboon

    ska is a branch of reggae, or that's how it started. It was really the specials who brought it into the spot light, in some ways it was non-jamaican reggae...it started to develop differences, it's faster and though many bands have jamaican singers, not all do. ub40/specials/madness are all ska, and i love them all :) Alot of the early stuff sung about real issues, but some of the stuff i listened to was pretty dire
     
  5. SunFree

    SunFree Member

    I haven't heard all that much, but I enjoy it. I like Reel Big Fish. (Clever, aren't they)
     
  6. I've never heard any English ska...In mexico is becomnig reall popular...but i only listen to spnish ska...
     
  7. thepixies

    thepixies Member

    i liek jeff buckley, and i also think michael jackson would smell like moisturiser
     
  8. dhARmaMiLlO

    dhARmaMiLlO Member

    :D !!!BAGGY TROUSERS!!!:D
     
  9. actually reggae is a branch of ska. Jamaican people were getting radio waves from florida, so they took the American music and added their own style to it. The story goes that one summer it was too hot to play ska, so they slowed it down and created reggae. If you listen to Bob Marley's older stuff, you hear alot more ska than reggae (like the song Judge Not).
     
  10. i love sublime...reggae, ska, a lil punk...they got the all around sound u kno? they just are a great band, especially their early stuff. i honestly think that if bradley was around there would still be sum mad jammin from that group

    PEACE and LOVE
     
  11. Orsino2

    Orsino2 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I've been getting into Slightly Stoopid, lately.
     
  12. THE GOLDEN STRING

    THE GOLDEN STRING Senior Member

    listen to the early bob an the wailers
     
  13. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    I'm listenin to Reel Big Fish as we speak
     
  14. SunshineLovePeace

    SunshineLovePeace all you need is love

    this thread is sooo old...:eek:
     
  15. led zppelilin fan

    led zppelilin fan read this and die!!!

    all the ska music ive heard sounds like a horny version of the beach boys.
     
  16. buxillafion

    buxillafion secretary of pizza

    Remember that ska band we saw at that one concert?

    They were good.
     

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