Five Iron Frenzy - Handbook for the Sellout - Live





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Published on Dec 1, 2007

From the April 1st, 1998 Ska Against Racism tour at The Edge in Palo Alto, California

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John Groves
@tofee35 I don't want to be in a ska band. I want to be in a band that plays both ska and punk, but mostly punk.
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John Groves
+Justin Hoffman Well chances are you aren't in high school at my high school.
Justin Hoffman
John Groves email me superdude4u84@gmail.com
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Dog Mayor
This is definitely a performance to cite when the whole "autotune" thing is brought up about the album version of this song. The dude just sounds like that. This is a performance from around the time the album was put out and was recorded with a regular camera
they're back together :DDDD
@supahfly55 thats because they only take the sounds from the amps in this video, so you only hear the instruments and what the mics pick up
@JoKeRzCaRdProDucTion it's a rhetorical statement about how fun a ska band would be to play in... it's more fun for you to showcase yourself, that's cool too
@tofee35 i dont, and the reason is, i want to be in a band were i can show my guitar talent, rather then just playing simple chords
how could anyone not want to be in a ska band
He actually said "I hope you enjoy it" instead of "I hope you hate it."
Rob Padgett
That a great tour this was. I got to go to the stop in Chicago. Blue Meanies were unbelievable.
Mike Henry
"Ultimate" would be more like Opening: Blue Meanies Headlining: The Broadways Yours would be more like "Pretty Cool Reunion".
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