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Warped Tour Bootleg Series 2006

by Less Than Jake

Warped Tour Bootleg Series 2006 by Less Than Jake

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Warped Tour Bootleg Series 2006

by Less Than Jake

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Label: Sire
Well looky what we have here -- a Rhapsody exclusive from Gainesville, Fla., ska-punk mainstays Less than Jake. The third wave of ska may have come and gone (just ask Gwen Stefani), but this quintet soldiers on, with this live set, recorded in Houston, showing off how and why. Jake's trademarks are all here -- punk rock sing-alongs, fun-time happy horns and all the walking bass lines you can handle. This release includes versions of fan faves "Overrated (Everything Is)" and "The Science of Selling Yourself Short," as well as a song dedicated to "all the bands who scream and can't f*cking sing." Whoa -- controversy!

About This Album

Well looky what we have here -- a Rhapsody exclusive from Gainesville, Fla., ska-punk mainstays Less than Jake. The third wave of ska may have come and gone (just ask Gwen Stefani), but this quintet soldiers on, with this live set, recorded in Houston, showing off how and why. Jake's trademarks are all here -- punk rock sing-alongs, fun-time happy horns and all the walking bass lines you can handle. This release includes versions of fan faves "Overrated (Everything Is)" and "The Science of Selling Yourself Short," as well as a song dedicated to "all the bands who scream and can't f*cking sing." Whoa -- controversy!

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About This Album

Well looky what we have here -- a Rhapsody exclusive from Gainesville, Fla., ska-punk mainstays Less than Jake. The third wave of ska may have come and gone (just ask Gwen Stefani), but this quintet soldiers on, with this live set, recorded in Houston, showing off how and why. Jake's trademarks are all here -- punk rock sing-alongs, fun-time happy horns and all the walking bass lines you can handle. This release includes versions of fan faves "Overrated (Everything Is)" and "The Science of Selling Yourself Short," as well as a song dedicated to "all the bands who scream and can't f*cking sing." Whoa -- controversy!