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About Slapstick

With an emphasis on a mighty horn section and a set of perky drum patterns, an insurgent gravel-voiced singer blurts out his vocals in unison with jittery Ska guitar on this featured track. This track exhibits a sound partly pioneered through the short career (1993-1996) of this six-piece band from Illinois. The band developed their sound by taking a cue from Second Wave Ska bands like the Specials and adding Punk overtones to give the music a new aggressive feel.

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Listen toSlapstickon Napster

With an emphasis on a mighty horn section and a set of perky drum patterns, an insurgent gravel-voiced singer blurts out his vocals in unison with jittery Ska guitar on this featured track. This track exhibits a sound partly pioneered through the short career (1993-1996) of this six-piece band from Illinois. The band developed their sound by taking a cue from Second Wave Ska bands like the Specials and adding Punk overtones to give the music a new aggressive feel.

About Slapstick

With an emphasis on a mighty horn section and a set of perky drum patterns, an insurgent gravel-voiced singer blurts out his vocals in unison with jittery Ska guitar on this featured track. This track exhibits a sound partly pioneered through the short career (1993-1996) of this six-piece band from Illinois. The band developed their sound by taking a cue from Second Wave Ska bands like the Specials and adding Punk overtones to give the music a new aggressive feel.

About Slapstick

With an emphasis on a mighty horn section and a set of perky drum patterns, an insurgent gravel-voiced singer blurts out his vocals in unison with jittery Ska guitar on this featured track. This track exhibits a sound partly pioneered through the short career (1993-1996) of this six-piece band from Illinois. The band developed their sound by taking a cue from Second Wave Ska bands like the Specials and adding Punk overtones to give the music a new aggressive feel.