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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 8, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Stomp Records
  • ASIN: B00009B8GD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467,585 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Perhaps the pinnacle of their music writing and ingenuity can be found on this album. The vocals are immaculate. The drums are very up-beat and envigorating. And the incredible difference in maturity and style is shown by their strangely "funked" tunes. Hard to explain, but it is quite unique. Many of their songs are not entirely ska, but ska-based with intriguing use of short horn blasts that create odd sounds which are very satisfying to listen to. They make use of silly lyrics, which can be hilarious or just plain strange at times, but you can't go wrong. They really hit every note with verbosity and clarity. You can easily understand everything being said, which is a rarity in ska.
The tempos are not quite as quick as most ska fans are into, however it is more enjoyable than just hitting notes away as fast as possible. This album is an experience in itself and definitely a must-get! Kudos to The Planet Smashers on this one!
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This is the third album in a row that has been great. This is better if not equal to Life of the Party.

Some Tracks to note.

Explosive

Missionary's Downfall

Jaime Ta Femme(I like your girl)

Retribution

Keep Comming

Recollect

Opportunity

Never Going to Drink Again

This band has to be one of the greatest Ska bands ever existed. Also their live shows are great
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Bright horns and keys and constant guitar upbeat, the music just makes you want to bop around. The lyrics are sometimes serious, but usually fun, and always delivered in that smiling, god-I-love-doing-this style of Matt Collyer. All the songs are incredibly catchy, but check out the excellent title track, "Explosive" featuring Neville Staple, the Police-ish "Direction", the downtempo singalong "Can't Stop Now", and the really, really heartfelt "Recollect". I was never the biggest Planet Smashers fan, but this album is by far the best ska album in the past 5 years, and renewed my interest in ska, which had died down since the mid-90s.
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best ska band to listen in a island tiki bar or soo. any tropical type of scene. Missionary downfall is the best song in this album.
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