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Civil Disoberdients Import

4.8 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • ASIN: B00005K8JM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 542,112 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Unite To Progress
  2. Kained But Able
  3. Ska Wars
  4. JNR NBC
  5. Dub No.1
  6. Cousin Cleotis
  7. Positivity
  8. The Neverlution
  9. Headstrong
  10. Deal Real
  11. Bitches And Nike Shoes

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Format: Audio CD
This is an awesome debut album from Capdown! They mix ska with hardcore into an incredible blend of music that is as upbeat as it is heavy. Live favourites 'Ska Wars' and 'Neverlution' appear on the CD as well as planty of other tracks to keep you happy. There are 12 in all, and the album shows so much diversity. From punky songs, to all out hardcore, and bouncey ska, and many tracks that mix elements of all these together seamlessly. There is also the track 'Dub #1' which, as the name suggests, is a dub track, and the final track 'b*tches and nike shoes' is a kind of tongue in cheek rap/hip hop track about how many groups now havbe nothing to say apart from haw many women they have and their cool clothing.
This band are the future, not afraid to try new things, mixing a variety of styles seamlessly, and vocals from raw ragey hardcore to reggae style. If you like punk, get this album. If you like ska, get this album. If you like hardcore, get this album. Do you see a pattern emerging?
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I heard this band for the first time on internet radio. This album is very good with raw ska punk sound that you find only in underground bands. I am totally satisfied with my order which actually was delivered earlier than expected.
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dont be put off by the parade of 5 star reviews which may make it seem that this is one of those 'loved by a select few, loathed by everyone else' types, because it truly is an original. only if you absolutely hate ska and rock should you not own this album, and even then you should listen to it before you decide. it is not to say that there are not a few weaker songs on this album, but in general, capdown have created a genre for themselves and run with it, and the result is true art-capdown deserve to be more famous than they are.
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By A Customer on 1 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
What an album, A must have for any Capdown fan with songs such as Ska Wars, Kained but able, The Neverlution, Cousin Cleotis and many more although this is Capdowns first album release there going to have to go some way to better "Civil Disobedience".
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Hardcore and Ska. Skacore, if you like. This is a sub-genre that Capdown have affectively created for themselves. True, to drop them in a Ska-punk catagory with the likes of the diabolical Less than Jake and Reel Big Fish would be an insult to a very talented and promising band. The album 'Civil Disobedients' begins with the adrenaline pushing 'Unite To Progress' and then the pro-cannabis 'Kained But Able'. 'Ska Wars' sounds like Madness on speed playing Danzig covers and 'JNR NBC' is like a mixture of these first three tracks. 'Dub #1' is their experimental ambient piece but the guitars return for 'Positivity'. 'Cousin Cleotis is the closest that Capdown get to sounding anything like the Ska-Punk scene but thankfully, they're stll miles off. 'The Neverlution' is my personal favourite, it's a very well-written track with a Sax introduction and then a frantic change of pace when the guitars actually take over. Great stuff. The title track, 'Civil Disobedients', manages to last for over 5 minutes and 'Headstrong' has a bigger emphasis on Ska than the other tracks. The penultimate track, 'Real Deal' brings back the guitars and high-energy drums and 'Bitches and Nike Shoes' ends the album on a note of Ska-ness.
I'm not really into Hardcore, Ska or Punk in general but this is a very special album, everyone should own a copy. The riffs also deserve a special mention..the guitarist (as well as the rest of the band) is incredibly talented and tight.
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