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The Skoidats - A Cure For What Ales You Not A Cure For Whatever Ales You!! Live


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  • Audio CD (17 Aug 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Cadiz
  • ASIN: B000051JSW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 573,287 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Ballad Of Breckenridge
2. Too Long
3. Jeckyll Vs. Hyde
4. The Tempest
5. OI (When The Rain Come)
6. Apathy
7. Free Consultation
8. R'aggro
9. Skinhead Revolt
10. Lines On Ale
11. Night Of The Droogs
12. Patriot Decay
13. Happy Drunk
14. Back To Work
15. We Will Never Stop
16. Running Riot (Live In Amsterdam)
17. Bonus Track

Product Description

The bands second album takes these unique very steady Moon Ska sellers onto a new stage. This time the band, who are somehow able to mix styles like Ska, Oi! and Reggae brilliantly and as if to prove the point make the Oi! rawer, the Ska more skankin' and have managed to record some of the best Skinhead Reggae recorded for nearly 20 years. They even throw in an angry punk version of Cock Sparrer's "Runnin Riot"for good measure. This album covers all your moods from hate and anger, to plainly just chilling and we aren't quite sure how they do it.. simply brilliant!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Jun 2001
Format: Audio CD
Following on from 'The Times' The Skoidats return with more Oi's, more shouting and more infectious ska beats than you can throw a skinhead at.
'A CURE FOR WHAT ALES YOU' starts with an average guitar strumming away before the volume is turned up drums come in and a b-Oi-sterous 'HERE WE GO'kicks starts the story of a night out in Brekenridge where the skoi's were out on the ale and things got a little out of hand.
Many moods are portrayed throughout with a more laidback style kicking in on 'Skinhead Revolt' A definate Ska influenced band the Skoi's show style throughout with quality guitar and drums, One standout tune is'The Night of the Droogs' steady Ska rhythm exploding into an aggressive ruccus of vocals and guitars. A classic indeed. The album picks up pace in places where others tend to slow down and comes to an almighty climax with a cover of 'Cockspurs' 'Running Riot' Definatly no peace and quiet.
If its loud and fast with plenty of Oi or Chinky Chink as the Ska train passes through then the Skoidats are the buisness.
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By F Bomb on 24 Sep 2014
Format: Audio CD
More Ska than Oi but worth a listen.
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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
Oi F*ckin Oi 26 May 2004
By nobody nothing - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is most def a classic if you are into oi or ska. I used to not like ska (Still don't like most of that poppy stuff), but this album is worth picking up. Although their other album is better (The Times), I still play this one frequently. Trust me, if you want to get into ska, especially if you are a crusty gutter dwelling punk, this is a good transition record. True rootsy ska at it's finest!
The Skoidats 13 Dec 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I first listened to this cd when I was on vacation with my cousin... I've grown to really like all ska, mainly because of them. They're extremely upbeat, and make have great instruments in the background. There are some songs whereyou just want to get up and dance. I would have to day, that if you like ska, you'll most likely like this band. I sure do anyway.
Good stuff 19 Nov 2013
By Fred Bagley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It's good stuff very pleased with the product and i got exactly what i expected and didn't get something that i didn't expect
A CLASSIC 5 Jan 2005
By 00765 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
THIS ALBUM IS SWEET, STARTS OFF WITH ALL 2 TONE SKA AND REGGAE STYLE AND SOMEWHEREIN THE MIDDLE TURNS TO ALL PUNK. THIS ALBUM FLOWS, THE FIRST ALBUM IS REALLY GOOD, ITS MORE OF A PUNK/SKA ALBUM AND HAS SOME REALLY GREAT SONGS.THIS ONE SPLITS THE TWO GENRES OF MUSIC APART AND JUST SOUNDS A LITTLE MORE MATURE,A LITTLE MORE SKINHEAD,YA KNOW. CHEERS.
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has its moments 10 Jan 2001
By Marc A. Coignard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
the skoidats did some better stuff on their first album, but the follow up isn't bad at all. a couple of the songs stand out and are better than selections on the first album (O.I., Skinhead Revolt, R'Aggro, and Night Of The Droogs mostly), but over all this album doesn't quite have it all together. the opening track isn't much of an opener. although a funny little tale, it isn't really placed together all that well, and sounds sloppy. the band tries to end with a bang by making the last song a live cover of Cock Sparrer's "Running Riot" but unfortunately it leaves a lot to be desired. but every now and then they do something great (like the songs listed above) that you might wanna play over and over again and never get sick of. too bad the Skoidats had to go and break up...that'd be a show to see.
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