Lubby Nugget | Subtle Crucial

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Subtle Crucial

by Lubby Nugget

Early American sounding Ska-Punk with a very interesting British twist.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Ska-Punk
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1. A Visit From The Crack Fairy
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2. Rambo No 5
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3. Clatsby\'s Disco Dinner
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4. Flesh Pimp
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5. Trevor\'s Pole
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6. On The Floor
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7. S.D.W
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8. 1-900 Tomsis
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9. Flump
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10. Donut Bomb
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11. Beava Rita
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12. Working Her
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13. Booty
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14. Towny Boy
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15. One Club City
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A band more than capable of playing cool Trad Ska and performing no-nonsense Punk rock, as well as mixing both styles. This album captures them doing both excellently, and sometimes within one song. Britains leading Punk magazine Fracture likened the band to Less Than Jake and The Voodoo Glow Skulls if comparisons are needed.

Song subjects range from one dimensional townies in \"Townie Boy\" getting their deserved comeuppance, to songs about misbehaving with girls and having a good time like \"Flump\" and \"On The Floor\".

Singer Kerry Hughes vocals lift the band high above a lot of their contemporaries including even their American counterparts, as highlighted by Ray Zell\'s review in Kerrang magazine.


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