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Ska Crazy
More Ska Than You Can Handle!
Category: Reggae
Location: Philadelphia Pa
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May 12, 2015 10:36 PM PDT

I've been sitting on this episode for about a month now and haven't got around to posting it. I'm pretty sure it's still fresh, I made a couple changes to the tracklist to update it with some new stuff...hope you enjoy! Listen.Dance.Repeat...

In this episode:
Forrest For The Trees - The Skints
Mia's Song - Common Foundation
Tenderly - Dave Hillyard & Friends
Lips Of Wine - Dennis Brown
I'm Ready - Open Season
Stranded - Westbound Train
Feels Good - The Lions (ft Black Shakespeare)
Milk And Honey - Holly Cook
Too Dangerous - Echo Cellar Rockers
Stick To My Roots - Tippa Irie & The Far East Band
Rocksteady For Two - Roger Rivas & The Brothers Of Reggae
Wet Dream - Max Romeo
Tazer Beam - The Skints (ft Tippa Irie)
(Will You Be) My Girl? - The Lions (ft Myron Glasper)
The KKK Took My Baby Away - The Rare Breed Allstars
One Time - Soul Radics
Pants Music - Hub City Stompers
To The Heavens - Bad Brains

February 10, 2015 08:25 PM PST

Sometimes the world and life can be one cold and snowy bitch, as is in the winter months. Here's something to get you warmed up out there...

In This Episode:

Next Door Neighbour - The Moon Invaders
Gone - Westbound Train
Dancin' - The Toasters
This Town - The Skints (ft. Tippa Irie and Horseman)
Change - New Town Kings
89 Vision - Sublime
Pills - Obi Fernandez
Sunday Malady - SKAndalous Allstars
Save A Bullet - Crazy Baldhead
The Test - Westbound Train
Jump Dung - Skinnerbox
Let's Go Out Tonight - The Lions (ft Black Shakespeare)
Johnny's Rocksteady - The Void Union
Only A Fool - The Snails
Alfredo Lopez - Mephiskapheles

December 14, 2014 03:34 PM PST

I'm really pressed for time doing this one so no big description, the title is self explanatory...Enjoy!

In this episode:
History Town (instrumental) - Mos Dub (by Max Tannone)
Sex and Violence - Boogie Down Productions
Ms. Good Lady - Dub Kweli (by Max Tannone)
Hey Shining Ladies - Molf (Beasties vs Big D)
Ghost Corner - Peyote Cody (Specials vs Common)
Shroud The Stars - Mos Dub (by Max Tannone)
Passing Me By - Reeps One ft The Skints (Pharcyde cover)
Starry Safari - The Mad Conductor
Change Clothes - Jay Z at Studio One
Ms. Vampire Booty - Mos Dub (by Max Tannone)
Country Of Loving - Dub Kweli (by Max Tannone)
Reggae Medley - Boogie Down Productions

November 16, 2014 10:32 AM PST

In This Episode:

Thankful - Stubborn Allstars
Better Must Come - Delroy Wilson
Pressin On - Soul Radics
Let Them Be Fed - skadanks
The Sun Shines For Me - Bob Andy
Give Thanks - The Ska Flames
Oil In My Lamp - The Debonaires (ft Angelo Moore)
Cooking Season - Crazy Baldhead (ft Rocker T)
I Am What I Am - Greyhound
Grateful - Caz and the Day Laborers
Enjoy Yourself - The Specials
Mother And Child Reunion - The Pioneers
Thank You - The Slackers
Good Morning Sun - John Holt
Be Thankful - Ocean 11
Thanksgiving - Prince Buster
Cooking For Tommy - The Slackers
Put A Little Love In Your Heart -Marcia Griffiths

November 02, 2014 04:16 PM PST

Hey y'all, Randy here. So it's been about 6 mos. since I've done an episode and I figure an explanation is in order. Anyone that knows me personally knows that I have been battling addiction for the better part of my life. It's something I'm pretty open about but haven't really stated publicly as I am now. I've been addicted to heroin since the age of 18. I'm now 38, so it's been an off and on thing for the last 20 years. I got clean in 2009 after my fiancee passed away from an overdose. I also spent a year in jail for some things I'd done in my addiction. When I got out in 2010, I attended 12 step meetings to maintain my sobriety. Shortly after that I started this show. After being clean for couple of years, I made the decision to pick up drinking again, thinking that my problems stemmed from heroin and drinking would be ok. The drinking progressed, slowly at first, but ultimately I was drinkiing the way an alcoholic drinks, meaning simply that I could not stop. Around this time last year, I went back to my drug of choice. Things spiraled out of control pretty rapidly. Although I managed to keep my job, I was missing work a lot and having trouble functioning as a human being. I went into treatment in January of this year for 21 days to try to get help. This worked for about a month or two, but because most of the other situations in my life stayed the same, I relapsed again. I eventually violated my probation for failing a urine test and got locked up in June. I spent just over a month in jail and went from there to a long term treatment facility in Harrisburg Pa. While in there, I decided to relocate to Harrisburg and do this the right way this time. I've been clean for about 4 months now. Starting a new job in a few days and getting a much needed fresh start. I had to get away from Philadelphia. As much as I love that city, I feel it's dangerous for me right now and I'm unwilling to risk moving backward at this early stage. So now I'm gonna start bringing back episodes as I find the time. This music has and will continue to be a huge source of happiness and sanity for me, so I will definitely be making the time to get back to this. It's something I love to do. This music has done so much for me as far as picking me up when I'm down, making me smile, and going to shows always gave me a place to call home. I've always enjoyed spreading that joy to others, it's why I do this.

That all being said, I've been away for a bit and had a big musical back up going on. There's been a lot of stuff that I missed over the summer and a few things that came out right before I got locked up that I'd meant to play, so I'm trying to get that stuff in this one. Thank you all for baring with me through my ups and downs and giving me reason to do this. I hope you enjoy. As always, Listen. Dance. Repeat.

In This Episode:
Rude Boys Outa Jail - The Specials
Higher - The Pietasters
Get You Through - Obi Fernandez
Strong Foundation - The Snails
I Will Get Along Without You - The Melodians
I Can't Stay - Jackie Mendez
Shining On - Big D and the Kids Table
Paulo Friere Ska - The Snails (Feat. David Hillyard and King Django)
The Netflix Song (Season 2) - Survay Says!
Love Is Not A Game - The Georgetown Orbits
Why You Gotta Be - Maxwell Smart
Pulling Strings - David Hillyard
Leroy Said - The West Kensingtons (ft Todd Fausnacht)
Off and On Lovin' - The Debonaires
Tighten Up - The Georgetown Orbits
Liberty Street Lights - The Snails
On The Dance Floor - Bim Skala Bim
Escapes and Illusions - Inspecter 7
Aria - Crazy Baldhead

April 20, 2014 12:07 PM PDT

“Undermine their pompous authority, reject their moral standards, make anarchy and disorder your trademarks. Cause as much chaos and disruption as possible but don’t let them take you alive.”
- Sid Vicious
I'm not gonna try to define what is or what isn't punk. It can be said that it's a music genre, an attitude, a movement to bring social change, a DIY approach to bringing music to the people in a business where good music is often overlooked because it may be hard for some people to digest. Some say simply that it's a way of life...
In this episode I bring you Ska-punk, SkaCore,and anything else I deemed worthy, because after all what's more punk than doing whatever the hell I want, the way I want to do it? I hope you enjoy it...feel free to get up and thrash about...

In this episode:
Rudiments - Wailing Paddle
Operation Ivy - Unity
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Lights Out
The Eschatones - Daily Grind
Jiker - Minor Threat
Crazy Baldhead - Cut Back
Common Rider - Conscious Burning
Bruce Lee Band - Proud
Against All Authority - Ska Sucks
Fishbone - Subliminal Fascism
Blue Meanies - Acceleration 5000
Mephiskapheles - Break Your Ankle Punk
Skankshot - Industry
The Smooths - Enemy
Skankin' Pickle - As Close As You Think
Brunt Of It - Federal Reserve
Hub City Stompers - Wtfiu?
The Specials - Too Much Too Young
Operation Ivy - Room Without A Window
Sic & Mad - Puppet Of Society
Skinnerbox - Stay Home
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - A Man Without
The Planet Smashers - Back Alley Runners
Have Nots - Some Of Mine
SKAndalous All-Stars - Rock The Casbah

April 13, 2014 05:29 PM PDT

For this episode I just had a lot of new music I wanted to play, as well as some old faithfuls...Feel free to get up from your seat and dance around a bit, it's good for the soul. Enjoy! -RJ

In this episode:

Crazy Baldhead - Boots Embraces
The Skints - Break Me Down
The Dropsteppers - I'll Be Missing You
Deals Gone Bad - Shine
Jackie Mendez (ft The Hurricanes) - I Can't Stay
The New Limits - Pressure Up
Operation Ivy - Sound System
The West Kensingtons - One
Moon Invaders - Finger Poppin' Foot Stompin'
Hepcat - Come Out
The Debonaires - Same Way (Ft Vic Ruggiero)
King Django - Do It Right, Do It Some More (ft Mr. T-Bone & Soul Captives)
New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble - Teardrops From My Eyes (ft Caz Gardner)
Crazy Baldhead - Falling In And Out
The Skints - Broken Hearted
Marshall Arts - Bad Town
The Dropsteppers - A Little Off The Top
Big D and the Kids Table - Tell Me Why

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