The Skanxters - Call It A Crime mp3 album
Title: Call It A Crime
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1759 mb
Size FLAC: 1893 mb
Format: APE MIDI MP2 WMA MP3 XM MPC
Call It A Crime by The Skanxters, released 01 March 1998 1. Go Crazy 2. All The Wrong Things 3. Segregation 4. Susan, Never Never Wrong 5. U31 6. Names & Fools 7. I'll Never Know (Who Nicked My Bike) 8. Just Another Nightmare 9. Natty Dread 10. Call It A Crime Recorded in Potterne, Devizes, Wiltshire at The Pete Lamb studio in the summer of 1997. Released on CD in early1998. It was either a run of 500 or 1000 (we can't remember!) - but all physical copies seem to have vanished, disappeared, been sold (apart from the ones in our personal collections).
Skanxters were a Swindon based ska 6 piece band formed in the 90s. Band members include: Erin Bardwell - keyboards Recaldo Fleming - Drums Mark McLaughlin - Guitar Andy Paton - Vocals and Guitar Nina Prothero - Saxes Dean Sartain - Bass Upbeat 2 tone, 3rd wave fun ska. Well worth a listen - not a million miles away from The Toasters Discography that I can find 1992 Spark in the Dark 3 track demo cassette 1994 Knights on the Run 12" EP 1998 Call it a Crime CD. Skanxters Toptracks. Stupid place to be - Skanxters. Band members include: Erin Bardwell - keyboards Recaldo Fleming - Drums Mark McLaughlin - Guitar Andy Paton - Vocals and Guitar Nina Prothero - Saxes Dean Sartain - Bass. Upbeat 2 tone, 3rd wave fun ska. Well worth a listen - not a million miles away from The Toasters.
The Skanxters - Est. 1991 added 15 new photos to the album Gaz's Rockin' Blues - with Nina Prothero Gale and 5 others at Soho, London. 13 April ·. Must be 1994, as the Record was out!
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|2||All The Wrong Things|
|4||Susan, Never Never Wrong|
|6||Names & Fools|
|7||I'll Never Know (Who Nicked My Bike)|
|8||Just Another Nightmare|
|10||Call It A Crime|