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Hub City Stompers

Blood, Sweat And Beers

Megalith 12

Released on April 11, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tocatta & Droog Voted #3  6%
2 Wholottamulatto  6%
3 Chatterbox Voted #1  42%
4 Bridge Over  6%
5 Troubled Squatter  2%
6 Hey Kid  0%
7 Respect  0%
8 Little Julie Swastiska Voted #2  29%
9 Ordinary Guy  0%
10 Sum Of 3  6%
11 Hate To Say  0%
12 Everytime  0%
13 Night Of The Living  2%
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Shandor from Clarkdale, AZ 
Oct 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is awesome. It's not as good as their new one, but for a first album, you can't complain. It has a really cool and tough sound, they only have a sax players and they have bad ass bass.

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Ramasean from Spokane, WA 
Jul 13 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Nice to see ska is not dead in the states. this band keeps it going very good horn's. you feel thee may be a little two tone vibe so for all you rude boys and girls look no futher cheers!!!!

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Chris from Alexandria, ON Canada 
Dec 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Inspecter 7's new band awesome stuff right hear ska reaggae skinhead ska , a few instermentals on this disc and some excellent songs a must for any fan of this type of ska!

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Will from Franklin, TN 
Nov 25 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Traditional ska mixed with a skinhead/oi mentality. All the songs are played at a faster pace and are not as laid back as most of the traditional ska bands out there. I have seen these guys three times in the last year since I bought this CD back in March and they have not disappointed. Check out the Mass Appeal EP for an even better version of Sum of Three and a few more gems. Hey, Inspecter 7 was good, but this band is even better. Definetly worth buying.

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Karen from Wethersfield, CT 
Feb 16 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good album. I saw them play at a local Skafest in CT and i thought they were good so i bought this album a little after. I like it, but the lyrics are usually not so great like about wanting a threesome and stuff, but the music in these dumb-lyriced songs are still good. Overall though this is a good band and album with simple but nice sax lines, cool vocals, and simple yet good bass, drums and guitars. Standout songs are Sum Of Three, Little Julie Swastiska and Wholattamulatto. The worst song on this is Everyday. Good album though, highly reccomended is u like ska. This is more 2-tone sounding too which is nice. oh, and my names Tyler, not Karen. adios people.

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Jimmy from Clinton Twp., MI 
Jan 2 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

THIS IS PRETTY GOOD, ITS NO INSPECTER 7,NOT AS TOUGH OR SKINHEAD STYLE BUT ITS GOOD IF YA DIG THE TOASTERS YOULL LIKE THIS ALBUM.

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Joseph from Girard, PA 
Aug 10 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Really, really good two-tone ska, it's nice to see bands carry on the anti-racist stance of the Specials and the other two-tone bands. This is ska as it should be, not watered down, Reel Big Fish bubble gum pop with horns that is labeled as ska, but true, honest ska music.

 
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