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This one contains “Story of my Life”, “Sick Boys”, “Ring of Fire”, “Ball and Chain”…too many greats to list.This one is the quintessential illustration of Social D’s place as the king of Rockabilly/Punk crossover bands.The Grabbers – “The Way That I Am.” Released in 1994 on Dr. Released 2004 on Hellcat, there is NO valid reason why this one has gone largely unnoticed by most people other than Rancid fans. I know that ain’t true, because I bought my first copy in what must have been around 1994. But if you’re not familiar with this band, and I can’t very well recommend that you buy ALL of their albums, this one is a good start to unwrap all of the oi goodness. Released in 2004 on Hellcat, you get 24 tracks – exactly HALF of those live. He’s a big strong man with a child’s mind – don’t you take his booze away.” 10.Dream Records, this thirteen-track album brings up the best of old-school surf punk with an oi attitude. Singable: “In ‘82 I was the young one in the bunch. This is a sneering, immature, absolutely hilarious album that you can’t help but want to jump in the pit to. But you haven’t lived until you’ve been to a live show and watched Mark Adkins (lead singer) stuff lunch meat down his pants. High punk”, I mean not quite old-school, definitely not nu-school. Bad Religion – “The Process of Belief.” If you insist on buying a newer punk album, this one is not only one of the finer punk albums of the last couple of years (you may have heard snippets on popular radio), it is Bad Religion’s most amazing effort in many, MANY albums.This is filled with the kind of songs that you could have written yourself. It’s a bit harder to find, but worth tracking down.
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Hagfish – “Rocks Your Lame Ass.” Anyone who knows me knows that Hagfish is one of my favorite punk bands. NOFX – “White Trash, Two Heebs, And A Bean.” Okay, NOFX is an INSANELY popular punk band.
And everyone knows who Fat Mike is, especially if you’re into political punk (check out ) This one is right in the middle of their catalog of work, and I think one of their best efforts, although it’s hard to beat “I Heard They Suck Live”, if you’re into live albums. It’s the kind of punk rock album that you won’t realize you’ve fallen in love with until you put it in one day and you know every word of it.
Singable: “I strum my guitar and I sing an outlaw love song and I think about what you’re doing now, and when you’re coming back.” 2.
The Vandals – “Hitler Bad, Vandals Good.” Released on Nitro in 1998, this is a hard choice for me – each Vandals record has something about it which makes it necessary to buy each one – if you’ve heard one, you haven’t necessarily heard them all with these guys. Includes 14 of their finest tracks, and it’s guaranteed to make you smile.