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More Punky but still a Caddies Classic
on 9 June 2002
Ok lets be honest its not as ska as 'Duck and Cover' but it is still guaranteed to get you skankin. The ska to solid punk ratio is less in 'Rock The Plank' than in 'Duck and Cover' but if you enjoy ska and a bit of punk combined, as I do, then you will love this album and i advise you to buy it! Personal favourites on the album include the infectious Days Away, We'll Start To Worry When The Cynics Start Believing (has an excellent bass intro), Booze Cruise (much like the Caddies of old) and the song thats a dead cert for a bit of foot tappin' All American Badass.
'Rock The Plank' provides Caddies fans with a new kind of Caddies sound but still has traces of 'Duck and Cover' to please every Mad Caddies fan.