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It's Over - The Planet Smashers

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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2009

It's Over - The Planet Smashers

The Planet Smashers are a ska punk band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Since their formation in 1994, they have been a staple of the Montreal music scene. During the third wave of ska, they quickly rose to national, and eventual international fame, with tours in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Founding member Matt Collyer helped establish Stomp Records in 1994, which featured many ska and ska punk bands, including Montreal's The Kingpins, The Flatliners, The Know How, and Bedouin Soundclash. Their music has been used in the Japanese flash series Catman, Canadian show Radio Free Roscoe, and MTV 's Undergrads (shown on Teletoon in Canada). Lyrics by The Planet Smashers often deal with topics such as love, partying and good times, and sometimes use tongue-in-cheek innuendos.

Current members
Matt Collyer (Guitar, vocals)
Andrew Lattoni (Trombone, backing vocals)
Neil "Lonestar" Johnson (Tenor Saxophone, Backing vocals)
Dave Cooper (Bass, Backing vocals)
Fred Brenton (drums)
In January 2006, bassist Dave Cooper announced through the band's official message board that drummer Scott Russell has departed from the band to work on his own projects. Fred Brenton, who had recently moved in from Edmonton, Alberta, filled the position and was touring with the band by the end of the year.

[edit] Discography
Unstoppable (2005)
TEN (2004) (DVD)
Mighty (2003)
Fabricated (2002) (compilation)
No Self Control (2001)
Smash Hits (1999) (compilation)
Life of the Party (1999)
Attack of The Planet Smashers (1997)
Inflate to 45 RPM (1995) (vinyl)
The Planet Smashers (1995)
Meet The Planet Smashers (1994) (demo)

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