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Dance Hall Crashers


Pink & Black 401

Released on August 24, 1999


More extremely catchy and sarcastically humorous ultra-pop rockin' from this dual female-fronted Berkeley ska-punk favorite. Twelve harmonious songs to get your two-tone toes tapping, produced by FAT MIKE and the band. Will tour Autumn '99 with No Use For A Name.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Beverly Kills Voted #3  10%
2 Setting Sun  6%
3 The Real You  4%
4 Everything To Lose  5%
5 Just Like That  7%
6 Remember To Breathe  5%
7 Make Her Purr  7%
8 Do You Think You're Beautiful Voted #2  11%
9 Nothing Left To Say  8%
10 Won't Be The Same  8%
11 Cat Fight  8%
12 Cricket Voted #1  23%
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Shawna from New Oxford, PA 
Mar 20 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's an ok cd. I wasn't really that impressed. The only song I really liked was Cricket. It is still good, but not one of their bests.

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Emily from Niles, OH 
Jul 3 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Actually I think this is not their best but it's a good album. Because this cd you can listen to like the whole damn thing and it doesn'r pain you to do so. It's not so bad. I've heard worse.

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Rachel from Waverly, IA 
Mar 3 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

it's hard to find good bands with female members. this cd isnt just for girls though because some of my guy friends like it as much as i do. it's really catchy and is very well done. if you like 3rd wave ska at all you should definately give it a listen and you wont be disapointed.

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