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Hater's Dozen

by Hub City Stompers

Embracing various styles and eras of ska from the 60's through the 80's, and adding reggae, punk, oi!, hardcore, and even hip-hop, jazz and classical influences, Hub City Stompers manage to avoid a typical, formulaic ska sound.
Genre: Metal/Punk: American Punk
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1. Hub City Stomp
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2. Mr. McFeely
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3. Keepers
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4. Voice
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5. Bring Back the Dorks
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6. What's She Got?
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7. Father's Day
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8. Distance Water
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9. Week's Worth of Wednesdays
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10. Hard Place to Be
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11. Phantom
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12. Philly, What the Fuck?
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13. Night of the Living
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Hub City Stompers hail from the "hub city" of New Brunswick, NJ. The band was founded and formed by Rev Sinister, former vocalist/frontman for NJ Ska band Inspecter 7. After i7 had gone into a dormant state in 2001, RevSin, still bloodthirsty for making and performing music, went on the hunt to form a new band and in the summer of 2002 HCS was born. In the wasteland of the seemingly "dead" ska scene of the time, these necromaniacs romanced ska's rotted corpse, playing for the love of the music rather than the popularity of it, and formed a force to be reckoned with in the New Jersey music scene.

Embracing various styles and eras of ska from the 60's through the 80's, and adding reggae, punk, oi!, hardcore, and even hip-hop, jazz and classical influences, they manage to avoid a typical, formulaic ska sound and steer clear of cliche poppy ska lyrics.

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