The Supertones Strike Backby The O.C. Supertones
The Supertones' second album -- the appropriately titled The Supertones Strike Back -- may not be as consistently entertaining as the Orange County Christian ska-punk band's debut, but it's still a dynamic, enjoyable listen. Working from a blueprint Operation Ivy and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones wrote, the group has an infectious, party-ready sound, but their Christian beliefs guarantee that they have deeper lyrical meanings than the average party-hearty ska-punk group. At times, the blend of religion (which, admittedly, doesn't surface on each song) and ska can sound a little forced -- which wasn't necessarily the case on the debut -- but the end result is highly enjoyable indeed.
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- Bec Recordings
Performance CreditsO.C. Supertones Primary Artist
Andy Kaulkin Hammond Organ
Kevin Chen Guitar
Darren Mettler Trumpet
Matt Morginsky Vocals
Dan Spencer Trombone
Jason Carson Drums
Dave Chevalier Tenor Saxophone
Tony Terusa Bass
Technical CreditsSteve Kravac Producer,Engineer
O.C. Supertones Composer
Brandon Ebel Executive Producer
Matt Morginsky Composer
Jason Carson Composer
Tony Terusa Composer
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This CD is a must have for Christians! Especisialy Little Man!
The Supertones are a great group. I love their music, I love ska, and I love how devoted to Jesus they are. This CD was good but Loud and Clear is their best.
I loooooove this cd!! Louder than the Mob has some of the coolest horn lines ever, and the intro to Little Man was incredible! I love The Supertones. Their hearts are in the right place, and they certainly know how to rock out!!