Thursday, January 04, 2007

the Planet Smashers : No Self Control (2001)

Formed in 1994 in Montreal, Quebec, the Smashers’s infectious pop infused melodies, rippin’ horn licks and killer live shows, quickly established them as the city’s “Kings of Ska”. They released their first album (“Self-Titled”) on Planet Smasher’s founder Matt Collyer’s own label STOMP Records and hit the road. By 1997 they were no longer a local band, but a national phenomenon, headlining shows across Canada and pushing their second record, “Atttack of The Planet Smashers” which reached #2 on the national college radio charts for 2 months straight. Their third album “Life of The Party” took the continent by storm, aided no doubt by the commercialization of ska by such bands as Mighty Mighty Bosstones and No Doubt. “Life of the Party”, The Planet Smashers won the Montreal Independent Music Award for best ska band and drew attention from major labels, bands, publishers and booking agents all over the world.
http://www.planetsmashers.net

[tracks]
1. Fabricated (one of the most srong and vicious chorus ever...wi'll sing this 24hrs a day)
2. No self control
3. Wish i were american
4. Evaluation day
5. Blind
6. Stupid present
7. Struggle
8. It's over (Missing, I can't rip this track, always give an error, if someone could help I appreciated..)
9. Hey hey
10. Going' out
11. Record collector
12. She's late
13. Rambler
14. Sk8 or die
** Stomp Records
** pw = hangoverhard.blogspot.com
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1 comment:

gedbabey@hotmail.com said...

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