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 Noise Rock
The original Ska sound was a late 50's Jamaican interpretation of the US R&B sound they were hearing at the time. Ska's rhythms and melody developed into a totally distinctive sound, turning slowly into the more common 'reggae' sound.

Ska Revival however is late 70's UK creation. In the midst of the prevalent white, angry face of punk a number of young UK bands were making bold political and social statements with a sound reviving ska's individual rhythm. With culturally relevant lyrics, racially integrated line-ups and a strong independent spirit ska revival was possibly even more revolutionary than punk at the time. Major players in the revival were The Specials, whose own independent label '2 Tone Records' would release the definitive singles and albums of the era.

Rarely that commercially successful the sound has however attained a level of sustained cult appeal. Subsequent generations of younger UK and US bands have continually been influenced by both the sound and the style of the time. This is especially true in the USA where a punkier version of ska is one of the countries most popular alternative sounds.

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Choose the Ska Revival artist of your choice to Buy Rare, Collectible, Used and Hard to Find Vinyl Albums, Vinyl records, Rare Singles, Picture Discs, Rare Vinyl, 12" singles, 10" singles, 7" singles, Limited Editions, Promos, Promotional items, Imports, Memorabilia, Juke-Box singles and new re-issue CD or remastered CD Albums and compilations.

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Astronautalis

Biscuit Mouth

Blanck Mass

Body, The

Botch

Bull

Cantu-Ledesma, Jefre

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Child Bite

Comity

Daughters

Dead Machines

Deaf Wish

Douris, Francois

DUSTdevils

Flowers

Gerda

Gnaw

Health

Indian Jewelry

Klaus Kinski

Kong

Kreuzen, Die

Lightning Bolt

Living In Texas

Magik Markers, The

Magnetize

Mama Tick

Men (Punk)

New Blockaders, The

No-Neck Blues Band, The

Oozing Wound

Pageninetynine

Perikato

Pharmakon

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs

Quintron

Raketkanon

Running

Sore Throat (Rock)

Table Scraps

Telekaster

Venom P. Stinger

Wreck And Reference



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