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What's Your Problem Brian

Taste Your Own Medicine

Right Eye 2

Released on July 24, 2001


$11.25

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"Great, jumpy SKA (with punk influence) with an amazing girl singer. They have been compared to old-school No Doubt, but they have their own distinct style. Catchy and intense, this band will hit you hard with the recording and knock you down even harder at the shows. With sick horns and masterful singing that will be remembered, this band is taking the NE scene into a storm." - This is their second release, but the debut release on RER. This masterful recording really brings out the amazing versatility and technical ability that WYPB beholds. Some songs are straight up SKA-punk in your face, and then some are the catchy SKA songs that everyone loves to sing and jump around too. SKA may be in tough times, but this band is storming through it to prove to the world that this genre still has a great future. Check out www.wypbmusic.com, these guys will show you how to rock!

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Quiet Nights And Holidays  8%
2 E. February One  13%
3 Slow Down  13%
4 Something Better Voted #2  17%
5 The Need To Breathe Voted #3  17%
6 Famous Drummer  0%
7 Doctor's In  0%
8 Drive-in Movie  4%
9 Great Escape  8%
10 Pharmacy Voted #1  21%
11 Medic  0%
12 On The Piano  0%
13 St. Marks and Third  0%
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Danielle from Mahopac, NY 
May 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The album is by far one of the greatest local ska albums ever recorded. Unfortunately the What’s Your Problem Brian guys are no longer together but the mark they left on upstate New York won’t be forgotten. They have an amazing girl singer whose voice is backed by an awesome punk guitarist, strong drummer a sax and a trumpet. They seem to be influenced in all types of music and it really shows on their album. The band has a range from straight punk to a retro ska sound and they add a little twist with their awsome hidden track which includes an extra song and crazy studio antics. The whole album just makes you jump. They have been compared to old school No Doubt although I think they have forged a path all their own on this CD. If you want to support your local scene or just enjoy ska, this is a great CD (and a cheap one) to buy. Also, I think the band is now called Commonwealth or Luck Wins Out so be sure to check them out on the scene soon.

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Ethan from Abingdon, VA 
Oct 10 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

it ain't bad, it ain't great. what's the word, kids? MEDIOCRE(i guess that's how you spell it)! the singer, who is definetly a hottie, sounds like she's trying to be gwen stefani or something. she shouldn't try to sound like someone with less talent than her. the music is okay, slower ska than i really like. the song "pharmacy" really stands out to me, like it would be a single if they were on mtv. i heard this band broke up; i think that sucks a little bit.










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