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  1. Ink 19 :: Dig the New Breed of Ska
    Dig the New Breed of Ska. Various. Triple X. Somewhat anemic overview of the
    current British ska scene. When one of the highlights of your comp is a Madness

  2. Ink 19 :: Wantootreefaw!
    Let's dig in!"). But just as the band were far smarter than their music might have
    seemed at first listen, Dee Dee had a lot more going on upstairs than first glance

  3. Ink 19 :: Give 'em the Boot IV
    Ignoring that, this is a thorough compilation of today's skate music; and even if
    you can't read the label, you can dig the music. Hellcat spits out a steady stream
    of ...

  4. Ink 19 :: Dr. Ring-Ding & the Senior Allstars
    How did you ever manage to dig so deep into it that your music became so
    authentic sounding? When I'm interested in something, I really try to know as
    much ...

  5. Ink 19 :: Jens Lekman
    Nov 15, 2007 ... His other most notable vocal loop song came when he played another highlight
    from his latest album, "Kanske Ar Jag Kar I Dig," whose title, ...

  6. Ink 19 :: Coheed & Cambria's Chris Pennie
    Bluntly put, not only are they a band I can respect, but I dig their music as well. In
    early 2007, Coheed, no stranger to line up changes, welcomed a dynamic new ...

  7. Ink 19 :: STNNNG
    Dig? Opener "Grand Island, Neb." sets an impossibly twisted standard for the rest
    of the album. Over a distorted bass crawl, plodding drums, and wiry guitar ...

  8. Ink 19 :: Brian Jonestown Massacre
    Jul 11, 2012 ... A few years ago, I watched the movie Dig! and I remember wondering if this band
    would make it and survive, if this musical mad/genius guy, ...

  9. Ink 19 :: Supernatural: Meetings with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind
    Well, dig into Graham Hancock s copious Supernatural: Meetings with the
    Ancient Teachers of Mankind, and you just might get lucky. Of course you ll have
    to ...

  10. Ink 19 :: The Parties
    Listeners who find either of those two touchstones promising will dig -- yes, dig --
    The Parties' safe, retro guitar rock. The Parties formed in San Francisco in 2004 ...



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