Give 'Em the Boot, Vol. 4

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Hellcat's Give 'Em the Boot series returns in 2004 with its fourth volume, budget-priced and populated with representatives from the punk, ska, and psychobilly underground. Kicking off with a raucous, previously unreleased track from Tim Armstrong's own Rancid entitled "Killing Zone," the set moves into the Aggrolites' appropriately titled "Dirty Reggae," and "Atomic" from Tiger Army's strong Ghost Tigers Rise LP. At 26 tracks over half of them unreleased, Give 'Em the Boot is an absolutely ridiculous value for any curious listener. But rookies and scene veterans both will love the set's sheer breadth of the material. There's roots-style reggae from Slackers, Chris ...
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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Hellcat's Give 'Em the Boot series returns in 2004 with its fourth volume, budget-priced and populated with representatives from the punk, ska, and psychobilly underground. Kicking off with a raucous, previously unreleased track from Tim Armstrong's own Rancid entitled "Killing Zone," the set moves into the Aggrolites' appropriately titled "Dirty Reggae," and "Atomic" from Tiger Army's strong Ghost Tigers Rise LP. At 26 tracks over half of them unreleased, Give 'Em the Boot is an absolutely ridiculous value for any curious listener. But rookies and scene veterans both will love the set's sheer breadth of the material. There's roots-style reggae from Slackers, Chris Murray, and Westbound Train; the vicious psychobilly shake of Rezurex and Nekromantix; an incredible live version of "Junco Partner" from Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros; punk from the streets of Boston in Ducky Boys and Dropkick Murphys; and modern-day, gloriously crap-recorded Oi! from the young and hungry South Central Riot Squad. Best might be "That's What I Know," an unreleased track from Brain Failure, heroes of the burgeoning Beijing punk scene. Their rousing Clash tribute is more powerful than any you'll hear all year.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/9/2004
  • Label: Hellcat Records
  • UPC: 045778045822
  • Catalog Number: 80458

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Killing Zone - Rancid (2:39)
  2. 2 Dirty Reggae - The Aggrolites (3:14)
  3. 3 Atomic (3:16)
  4. 4 Propganda - The Slackers (4:06)
  5. 5 Kiss Kiss Kill Kill - Roger Miret (1:44)
  6. 6 Lost Paradise - U.S. Roughnecks (1:45)
  7. 7 Caught in Between - F-Minus (1:17)
  8. 8 Marshall Law - Die Hunns (3:19)
  9. 9 I'm Shipping Up to Boston (2:18)
  10. 10 1% - Lars Frederiksen (2:47)
  11. 11 That's What I Know - Brain Failure (2:51)
  12. 12 Let There Be Peace - Chris Murray (3:14)
  13. 13 Dead Bodies (2:15)
  14. 14 Romper Stomper - DJ Pone (3:26)
  15. 15 Junco Partner - Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros (4:18)
  16. 16 No Rest for the Weekend - Orange (2:53)
  17. 17 Dia de los Muertos - Rezurex (3:39)
  18. 18 Waste of Time - The Unseen (3:14)
  19. 19 Break Me (2:29)
  20. 20 Where They Wander - HorrorPops (3:00)
  21. 21 S.C. Drunx - South Central Riot Squad (1:11)
  22. 22 Trauma - Mercy Killers (2:13)
  23. 23 Skinwalkers - 12 Step Rebels (3:48)
  24. 24 Wasted Life (2:09)
  25. 25 Rise Up (3:10)
  26. 26 Room to Breathe (3:59)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Steve Young Bass, Vocals
Joe Strummer Guitar, Vocals
Mike-E Vocals
Tim Armstrong Synthesizer, Guitar, Vocals, Loops
Tymon Dogg Fiddle, Guitar
Lars Frederiksen Guitar, Vocals
Matt Freeman Bass, Vocals
David Hillyard Saxophone
Brett Reed Drums
Scott Shields Guitar
Victor Ruggiero Piano, Vocals
The Mike Hennessey Chastet Vocals
Duane Peters Vox Continental
Luke Bullen Drums
Marcus Geard Bass, Stick Bass
Geoff Kresge Vocals, Upright Bass
Marq Lyn Vocals, Background Vocals
Roger Miret Guitar, Vocals
Simon Stafford Bass
Mike Fasano Drums
Dave Carlock Synthesizer, Bass
Mark Lind Guitar, Vocals
Martin Slattery Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Brian Dixon Organ, Bass, Guitar
Brad Logan Guitar
Ken Casey Choir, Chorus
Daniel Diaz DeLeon Guitar, Vocals
Travis Barker Drums
Jason Messina Drums, Vocals
Matt Skiba Background Vocals
Erica Daking Guitar, Vox Continental
Jen Johnson Bass
Nick 13 Guitar, Vocals
Glen Pine Trombone, Background Vocals
Rob Milucky Guitar, Vox Continental
Jeff Hayes Drums
Kemal Guitar, Vocals
Korey Horn Drums
Johnny Rioux Bass, Vocals
Sam Soto Guitar, Background Vocals
Corey Parks Bass, Vox Continental
Branden Steineckert Drums
Johnny Kray Drums
Kim Nekroman Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Eric Ozenne Vocals
Rob "SR" Aston Vocals
Josiah Steinbrick Guitar
Wang Jian-Min Guitar
Jesse Wagner Vocals
Thomas John Scanlon Guitar
Cory Williams Guitar, Background Vocals
Karsten Guitar, Vocals
Dan Boer Organ
Peter Sandorff Guitar
Kristian Sandorff Drums
Craig Fairbaugh Guitar, Vocals
Joe Dexter Denman Bass, Vocals
Big Jay Bastard Bass, Vocals
Gordy "The Known Bastard" Vocals
Craig Leg Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Skatty Punk Rock Drums
Rhys Kill Guitar
Jack "The Ripper" Berglund Guitar
Gideon Blumenthal Keyboards, Vox Continental
Kirsten DeBoer Piano
Zac Fishnets Vocals
Zak Glosserman Drums
Rich Graiko Trumpet
Nate Handcock Vocals, Upright Bass
Jakob Insane Guitar, Vocals
Xu Lin Drums
Mad DogChad Drums, Background Vocals
James Meza Drums
Lenny Munoz Trombone
Chris Murray Organ, Drums, Vocals
Tad Peyton Bass
Jeff Roffredo Vocals, Upright Bass
Joel Ronamoe Drums
Xiao Rong Guitar, Vocals
Troy Ruessel Guitar
Douglas Sullivan Guitar, Vocals
Mark Unseen Choir, Chorus
Gabe VanDike Drums
Shi Xudong Bass
Adam Zuckert Drums, Vox Continental
Dave Holden Tenor Saxophone
Patricia Day Vocals, Upright Bass
Obi Fernandez Trombone, Vocals
Roger Rivas Piano
Tripp Underwood Bass
Mike Valentine Guitar
Thaddeus Merritt Bass
Technical Credits
Woody Guthrie Composer
Tim Armstrong Composer, Artwork
Lars Frederiksen Composer
Paul Simonon Composer
Dan Gaarder Composer
Pressure Point Composer
Duane Peters Composer
Ara Babajian Composer
Marcus Geard Composer
Kamilia Contributor
Rob Milucky Composer
Eric Ozenne Composer
Josiah Steinbrick Composer
Wang Jian-Min Contributor
Bill Zuckert Composer
Joe Dexter Denman Composer
Jakob Insane Composer
Mark Unseen Composer
Shi Xudong Contributor
Roger Miret & the Disasters Composer
The Aggrolites Composer
Jeff King Mastering
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