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|My Middle School Mixtape|
I was right around 12 when I listened to this so don't tell me that I was wrong or what you would prefer.
Pop-punk was sort of the soundtrack back then and you were definitely introduced to Slick Shoes.
Where Blood and Fire Bring Rest
I was intrigued by anything anything musically incoherent when I was that age so I loved me some Zao. Also going along with the Christian band theme, this album gave you the idea that you were breaking the rules because so many people thought you could not scream and sing about faith. It's still an awesome album.
I grew up going to church and attending youth group and this was sort of required listening back then. I still think the guitar and bass tones are amazing though.
|2||Five Iron Frenzy|
Quantity is Job 1
I think ska is, or at least was, relevant to a lot of middle school kids. I still to this day though enjoy Five Iron Frenzy. So much so that I WILL be seeing them in June. Ska's not dead, it's just retarded.
Let It Happen
MxPx was my first real favorite band. I'm 24 and far too cool for them now, but I had a chance to see them a year back and it brought out the 12 year old in me.
|but ska is amazing.......|
|but ska is amazing....... |
|yeah, nothing wrong with ska. well, good ska anyway.|
|ur retarded for thinking ska is retarded. even tho i listen to like 2 ska bands....|
|go back to native america you fob|
| I can relate to this list. Mine would have had tourniquet and skillet on it but yeah, church eh...|
|You guys I was in a touring ska band up until a few years ago so I know there is good ska and bad ska. |
|did someone say mixtape?|