One of America’s first ska bands brings their brassy, reggae-driven sound to hits such as “Free Yourself”
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Who They Are: One of America’s first ska bands, this septet landed on LA’s mod scene in 1981 before taking off and touring with the likes of the B-52s and The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Their Sound: brassy and bluesy, with a hint of soul and a whole spoonful of reggae
Where to Begin: “Free Yourself,” the 1985 hit off Wild Child that swept through the UK