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Feel Like Jumping: Receiver Album
Bad Manners
Feel Like Jumping: Receiver Album
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
 
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22-track live collection containing the best of the bands catalog from the 90's. Bad Manners are chart busting ska revivla faves in concert! Castle. 2004.

      
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All Artists: Bad Manners
Title: Feel Like Jumping: Receiver Album
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Castle
Release Date: 11/30/2004
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Ska
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 060768050822, 0602527047102, 5050749410153

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22-track live collection containing the best of the bands catalog from the 90's. Bad Manners are chart busting ska revivla faves in concert! Castle. 2004.

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Two tone at its finest
Karen E. Kelly | New Jersey | 02/13/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Bad Manners can't seem to do anything wrong. This album is amazing. All of the classic songs live: Lip Up Fatty, Samson and Delilah, and Feel Like Jumping, plus so many other great songs. Not to mention they do a bunch of amazing covers. Their version of Laurel Aitken's Sally Brown is amazing, though nothing can top the original, My Girl Lollipop is the perfect ska cover, and it will never get old no matter how many times I've heard it covered, their cover of Clancy Eccles' Fatty Fatty is great too. They even cover Wooly Bully. They are the only band that could do a ska cover of Wooly Bully and get away with it. My favorite cover, though, is their cover of El Pussy Cat, and old Skatalites song. They switch around the melody a bit and make it their own, and after the solos, the trombone kicks in and they go into Guns of Navarone, another Skatalites classic. Bad Manners may be the most underappreciated UK ska band in America. If you know Two Tone, you know The specials, Selecter, Madness, and maybe even the English Beat, but noone ever seems to know of Bad Manners, even though they outlasted all of those bands.(Not saying Bad Manners are the best, Madness will always hold that title in my opinion.) Theyve been putting out albums for 25 years now, and if you don't own any yet, it's about time you catch up."