8 thoughts on “ Pseudo Punk - Skankin Pickle - Skankin’ Pickle Fever (CD, Album)

  1. out of 5 stars A must have Pickle CD Reviewed in the United States on June 26, This is My favorate Skiankin' Pickle cd, it has all the best songs: Hussein Skank, Pseudo Punk, Silly Willy(my favorate track),Skinless Friend,I missed the bus, and a lot more, this is a must own ska cd /5(3).
  2. San Francisco-based ska-punk sextet Skankin' Pickle was formed in the spring of by vocalist/saxophonist Mike "Bruce Lee" Park, guitarist Lynette Knackstedt, bassist Ian Miller, trombonists Lars Nylander Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  3. Forming their own label, Dill Records, the group issued a series of LPs including 's Skafunkrastapunk and 's Sing Along with Skankin' Pickle before disbanding in the wake of 's The Green Album; Park later formed the B. Lee Band and .
  4. This a ska fan's disapointment. It is a very mediocre ska cd. There is a difference between sucking and just not being a good cd. This does not suck, these guys can play, but the songs are boring. If you still have faith is Skankin' Pickle, then you should try Sing Along With Skankin' Pickle, which is much better.
  5. Skankin' Pickle discography and songs: Music profile for Skankin' Pickle, formed Genres: Ska Punk. Albums include Misfits of Ska, Bread - The Edible Napkin, and Ska Down Her Way: Women of .
  6. Skankin' Pickle plays mostly uptempo third wave ska revival and faster, modern ska-punk on this album, although they take the occassional break to slow down and play some more light-hearded ska on a few tracks ($13k, Onyonghasayo and Margaret Cho for example)/5(11).
  7. In , Park formed Dill Records, based out of Monte Sereno, to release Skankin' Pickle's material, beginning with their debut album, the half-live, half-studio Skafunkrastapunk. Dill Records would later go on to release early material by Mu, Slapstick, The Rudiments and Less Than Jake.
  8. about. San Francisco-based ska-punk sextet Skankin' Pickle was formed in the spring of by vocalist/saxophonist Mike "Bruce Lee" Park, guitarist Lynette Knackstedt, bassist Ian Miller, trombonists Lars Nylander and Gerry Lundquist, and drummer Chuck Phe.

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