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Freak Show - The Pietasters - Oolooloo

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  1. Fenrigal
    As the Pietasters continued to tour the country, they recorded Strapped Live! between stops in the Cat's Cradle in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and The Black Cat in Washington, DC. Strapped Live! was released in and quickly became a fan favorite and the closest thing to a live Pietasters bigband.terdinninayamoogunris.infoinfo: Ska, rocksteady, soul, punk rock.
  2. Faera
    Jan 08,  · The Pietasters are awesome! This band from the Maryland/DC area are one of the premire thrid wave ska bands who continue to have success today. SOme of the best track on the disc include "Freak Show," and "Girl Take it Easy.". Also check out the sing-a-long drinking tune "Maggie Mae," and "Biblical Sense."/5(16).
  3. Midal
    Oolooloo is the second album by the ska/soul band The Pietasters. It was released in (see in music). In November , Connecticut's Asbestos Records and Chicago, IL's Underground Communiqué Records launched a fundraiser together on Kickstarter to reissue Oolooloo on vinyl, among other third-wave ska classics from Pilfers, Edna's Goldfish, and Suburban bigband.terdinninayamoogunris.infoinfo: Ska/soul.
  4. Natilar
    Jan 08,  · The Pietasters are awesome! This band from the Maryland/DC area are one of the premire thrid wave ska bands who continue to have success today. SOme of the best track on the disc include "Freak Show," and "Girl Take it Easy." Also check out the sing-a-long drinking tune "Maggie Mae," and "Biblical Sense."/5(16).
  5. Malagor
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Pietasters - Oolooloo at Discogs. Complete your The Pietasters collection/5(34).
  6. Bazragore
    Apr 29,  · Oolooloo is the second album by the ska/soul band The Pietasters. It was released in In November , Connecticut's Asbestos Records and Chicago, IL's Underground Communiqué Records launched a fundraiser together on Kickstarter to reissue Oolooloo on vinyl, among other third-wave ska classics from Pilfers, Edna's Goldfish, and Suburban Legends.5/5(4).
  7. Bakinos
    The Pietasters' Oolooloo strictly adheres to a first-wave ska upbringing, but maintains enough personality and variety to hold the attention of weary fans and ska tenderfoots alike. Vocalist Stephen Jackson is at once a drunken Irishman on "Maggie Mae," a womanizer with a truckload of come-ons during "Girl Take It Easy" and "Biblical Sense," and a tough-talking, hand-jiving sleazeball on the 8/
  8. Kijind
    The Pietasters, a ska revival band, were founded in Washington D.C. in by singer/songwriter Stephen Jackson. In , the group got their first big break when they were chosen as the opening act for a tour by the British ska band Bad Manners.

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