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The Aquabats

The Aquabats came on to the third wave ska scene in 1994 with their debut album "The Return of the Aquabats." in 1997 The Aquabats added Travis Barkerto the line up and he stared in the Bats most popular album "The Fury of the Aquabats." That is the bands most popular album featuring goofy lyrics, andhorn punched tunes.

In 1999 the band decided to take a different turn. They went more experimental and dropped some of the horn playing and starting fiddling with keyboardsand special effects. "The Aquabats Vrs. The Floating Eye of Death" is the bands most wacky and experimental alb ...read more

The Aquabats came on to the third wave ska scene in 1994 with their debut album "The Return of the Aquabats." in 1997 The Aquabats added Travis Barkerto the line up and he stared in the Bats most popular album "The Fury of the Aquabats." That is the bands most popular album featuring goofy lyrics, andhorn punched tunes.

In 1999 the band decided to take a different turn. They went more experimental and dropped some of the horn playing and starting fiddling with keyboardsand special effects. "The Aquabats Vrs. The Floating Eye of Death" is the bands most wacky and experimental album.

"Myths and Lengends Vol 2" was released in 2001. It's the Aquabats most fun album, and it is all over the place. The Aquabats go from playing folk, to hip-hop, to ska, and their is even an all out metal song. This is the bands last album with eight full members.

"Charge" was released in June 2005, the Aquabats lost three key members such as Prince Adam, the trumpet player. In resulet the MC Bat Commander tookthings to more of a synth-pop direction. "Charge" is filled with keyboard effects, upbeat guitar riffs and the Aquabats still keep their goofyness.

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LPs
Hi-Five Soup!
2011

2.7
39 Votes
Charge!!
2005

3.5
126 Votes
. . . Vs. the Floating Eye of Death!
1999

3.5
82 Votes
The Fury of the Aquabats!
1997

3.9
198 Votes
The Return of the Aquabats
1996

3.4
75 Votes
EPs
Radio Down!
2010

2.3
10 Votes
Yo! Check Out This Ride!
2004

2.8
12 Votes
Compilations
Myths, Legends and Other. . . Adventures
2000

3.6
65 Votes

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