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Big D and the Kids Table

Big D and the Kids Table are a 3rd wave ska outfit. Making their way out of Boston over ten years ago they continue to put on a action-packed live show and produce creative new sounds on virtually every record. They write catchy songs and add in a tinges of punk and hardcore to give their music a more aggressive and rebellious sound. The highlight of the music would probably be the vivacious horn section and the upbeat guitar riffage. Big D have released four full-length studio albums and resemble ska bands such as Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake.

Similar Bands: Mad Caddies, Goldfinger, Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake

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3.4
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25 Votes
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2009

3.5
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2007

3.8
160 Votes
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2004

3.7
142 Votes
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2002

3.6
46 Votes
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1999

3.7
85 Votes
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1997

4.3
5 Votes

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