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Duck & Cover
Mad Caddies
Duck & Cover
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Mad Caddies
Title: Duck & Cover
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Fat Wreck Chords
Original Release Date: 8/11/1998
Release Date: 8/11/1998
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Ska
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 751097057629

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Mad caddies at his best
gary_jeff | 01/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Mad Caddies is probably my favorite ska band with Catch 22. And this record is THE BEST ska-punk album I ever heard. Every song here is good.1. Road Rash - One of the best song, great silly horn part 10/102. The Gentleman - Their best punk song ever. They don't do like most ska bands doing pop-punk songs like Good Charlotte, this one is really fast and just enought heavy 10/103. No Hope - This is the song that is the most different from the others beacse it has not the MC sound. But it's so good. Fast ska at his best! 10/104. One Shot - Slow ska-reggae song. This is not my favorite style but this one is really good. And I really like the end when it becomes fast. 8/105. Macho Nachos - This one is punk with horns but still good. 8/106. Monkeys - A really really energic song that sound a little ska/jazz. When you listen to it, you just want to dance and jump on your walls. One of the beat song of the record. 10/107. Econoline - Another punk song with heavieness. It is one of my favorite. I really love the ska riff that comes from nowhere just before the chorus. 10/108. The Joust - A good ska song with a more punk-rock chorus. Really great. 9/109. Betty - Only ska, no trace of punk here. I don't really like the horn beat before the singer starts singing but the solo at the end is really entertaining. 8/1010. aPathetic - Just punk, no horns or ska riffs. Not bad, not good, just ordinary. I don't really care about this song but it's still ok. 8/1011. Medium Unwell - Another of my favorite song! It looks like The Joust but the chorus is kind of heavier and so catchy! I ove this song! 10/1012. Popcorn - Another slow ska song. I don't really like this one, it's too much calm. It's probably teh song that I love teh least. 6/10So, if you like ska or punk-rock, buy this record!"
Poor man cry out to his god, he's dying and hungry
Leroy Belonkinson | 06/09/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love ska, it is my favorite kind of music. And the mad caddies are easily my second or third favorite ska band. they use more horns than most third wave ska bands do, almost enough to call them 2 tone. "one shot" "monkeys" and "popcorn" are definitely my favorite tracks on the album, "one shot" is an amazing song, it's about 3 times the length of an average ska song, and really slow, really chill, a perfect recipe for some serious skankin."
Banjo Ska? Come on....banjo ska?
The Mystical Punk Faerie | Michigan | 02/13/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A fab CD from beginning to end. Everything seems to just melt together in the best possible way. I never thought 'banjo ska' (Track 6,"Monkeys") would work, but the minute you hear it, WOW! If you ever get a chance to see these boys live, don't pass it up. Seeing them open for No Use For A Name totally propelled me to buy this CD. You're a fool if you don't pick this one up."