(record review)The Mighty Mighty Bosstones-“While We´re At It”(Big Rig)

The new studio album of Mighty Mighty Bosstones, the legendary ska core band is upon us! I listened and reviewed the record for this webzine!


The legendary purveyors of ska core, a mixture of ska, punkrock and hardcore are now celebrating their 35 years anniversary.  This brand new album contains 14 songs of melodic skacore at it´s best. The record is diverse in mood and vibe, from the more energetic “Green Bay, Wisconsin” to the more calm punkrock vibe of “The Constant”. One of my personal favorites of this record is “Wonderful Day For The Race” being the true anthem just made for live singing along and dancing to the ska punk beat. Reggae beat of “Unified” is an anthem of unity and the scene that we all love so much. “Closer to Nowhere” is a classic ska song for the 21st century and I would love to hear this song on some open air festival on the warm Summer evening dancing with my beloved to this awesome ska rythm. “Walked Like a Ghost” is for me the most emotional song on the record with the lyrics that totally touched my heart. “In Honor Of” and “After the Music is Over” are the songs that will make your day and put a smile on your tired face. Good album.


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About vladkraykulla

Active member of alternative underground scene and culture since early 1990-ies, always thinking and searching how to make the world we live in a better place. Hardcore is a way of life! Dont forget the struggle, dont forget the streets!
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