A couple people have uploaded a few tracks from this album, but i haven't been able to find the full album anywhere on youtube, so i'm putting it here.
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Album · 2014 · 6 Songs. 23 Skunks - EP 23 Skunks.
More eclectic than their previous effort, No Apologies presents the Skunks diligently exploring all of Jamaica's traditional styles, expanding the concept to include early reggae and dub, punk and 2-Tone, paying tribute to numerous bands and musicians along the way. But in typical Skunks style, nothing is quite what it seems. Their lateral thinking is evident across a trio of tracks that begins with the storming 2-Tone on amphetamines of "80 Seconds of Ska"; then bashes into a cover of the 4-Skins' "Yesterday's Heroes," laced with Clash-ing guitars, lashings.
During breaks, the Skunks recorded tracks for a new album, Mixed Nuts. When it was almost ready, Joe Hottel decided to move to Atlanta. This tour ended in New York City, where they appeared with Spring Heeled Jack. On August 24, 1996, the album No Apologies was released as Moon Ska MR079. One of its tracks, "Dubz 57 Sauce", was included on the Moon Ska produced soundtrack to the 1997 independent film, Bang Where are they now?. As they got older and the band wound down, several members moved on to other bands.
In my mind I'm a fighter, my heart's a lighter My soul is the fluid, my flow sparks it right up An arsenic writer, author with arth-r-itis Carpal-tunnel, Marshall with start-shit-itis Hard-headed and hot-headed Bull-headed and pig-headed, dick-headed, a prick A big headache, I'm sick, quick-witted for. every lyric spitted There are six critics who wait for me to slip with it So quick, this dynamite stick, bury the wick It's gonna explode any minute Some lunatic lit it, and it's not Nelly Do not tell me to stop yelling.
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In 1995, after Mixed Nuts was released, James McDonald left The Skunks to found a new band, Eastern Standard Time. As the Skunks began work on another album, Larry Schugam took over drums, Dave Reinstein replaced Dave Rudolph on trombone, and Rico Renzi took bass. During the summer of 1996, in anticipation of the new release, the Skunks toured Quebec and five .
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Sheets & Blankets|
|3||Dubz 57 Sauce|
Music By – Bob Marley & The Wailers
|12||60 Seconds Of Ska|
Music By – 4 Skins
|16||Swing Out Skasper|
- Bass – Tim Karns
- Clarinet – Brent Washburn
- Drums – James McDonald
- Guitar – Andy Hayleck
- Keyboards – Erick Morgan
- Saxophone – Matt Simms
- Trombone – Dave Reinstein
- Trumpet – Ely Rodriguez
- Vocals – Steve Orders