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  1. Ink 19 :: Ska-tastrophe
    Ska, as a whole, doesn't get a big share of mainstream press coverage. Sure,
    magazines like Spin and Alternative Press will do the occasional cursory
    coverage ...

  2. Ink 19 :: Ska United
    Do you want to write for Ink 19? Ska United. A Global Ska Sampler. Moon SKA
    NYC. Ska goes multi-cultural on Moon Ska's latest compilation. Ska United is ...

  3. Ink 19 :: New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble
    The story goes that the New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble started with a backstage
    conversation. "It happened in 1993," reveals bandleader "Rocksteady" Freddy ...

  4. Ink 19 :: Ska Against Racism
    May 1998 :: Live :: Ska Against Racism (Jeremy Wernow)
  5. Ink 19 :: The Beat goes on for ska icon Dave Wakeling
    <i>Ink 19</i>'s <b>Robert M. Sutton</b> chats with The Beat's <b>Dave
    Wakeling</b> about the early days of the 2-Tone ska revival in England and the ...

  6. Ink 19 :: Ska American Style
    Ska American Style. Various Artists. Jump Up! Ska Records. The title of this comp
    is a bit of a misnomer. Not everything here is ska, strictly speaking. That's not ...

  7. Ink 19 :: In Perspective (Tommy McCook)
    The Authentic Ska Sound of Tommy McCook. Moon Ska Records. Tommy
    McCook passed away on May 5th, 1998. Chances are, most of the people
    reading this ...

  8. Ink 19 :: Agent 99
    Agent 99 were a seminal but short-lived New York ska band built around a core
    of artists who have all gone on to other high-profile projects since their sudden ...

  9. Nihon Ska Dansu
    Nihon Ska Dansu. Land of the Rising Ska [KUT]. Moon Ska. Moon's latest
    excursion outside the US takes us to Japan, where there is a surprisingly healthy
    ska ...

  10. Ink 19 :: The People's Ska Annual
    The People's Ska Annual. Issue #5. I only know of two free publications that are
    worth the paper they're printed on. One, obviously, is Ink 19, the other is The ...



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