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==Discography==
 
==Discography==
* 1989 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Devil's Night Out (1989)|Devil's Night Out]]''
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* {{album link|1989|Devil's Night Out}}
* 1991 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Where'd You Go? (1991)|Where'd You Go?]]'' (EP)
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* {{album link|1991|Where'd You Go?}} (EP)
* 1992 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:More Noise And Other Disturbances (1992)|More Noise And Other Disturbances]]''
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* {{album link|1992|More Noise And Other Disturbances}}
* 1993 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Ska-Core, The Devil, And More (1993)|Ska-Core, The Devil, And More]]'' (EP)
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* {{album link|1993|Ska-Core, The Devil, And More}} (EP)
* 1993 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Don't Know How To Party (1993)|Don't Know How To Party]]''
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* {{album link|1993|Don't Know How To Party}}
* 1994 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Question The Answers (1994)|Question The Answers]]''
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* {{album link|1994|Question The Answers}}
* 1997 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Let's Face It (1997)|Let's Face It]]''
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* {{album link|1997|Let's Face It}}
* 1998 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Live From The Middle East (1998)|Live From The Middle East]]'' (live)
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* {{album link|1998|Live From The Middle East}} (live)
* 2000 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Pay Attention (2000)|Pay Attention]]''
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* {{album link|2000|Pay Attention}}
* 2002 ''[[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:A Jackknife To A Swan (2002)|A Jackknife To A Swan]]''
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* {{album link|2002|A Jackknife To A Swan}}
  
* [[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Non-album tracks|Non-album tracks]]
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* [[The Mighty Mighty Bosstones:Non-Album Tracks|Non-Album Tracks]]
  
 
==Members==
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
* [[Wikipedia:The Mighty Mighty Bosstones|The Mighty Mighty Bosstones on Wikipedia]]
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Latest revision as of 09:07, 26 December 2006

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones were a ska-core band from Boston, Massachusetts (Bosstones is a play on Boston). They are credited with creating the ska-core genre, a form of music that mixes, to various degrees, elements of modern third-wave ska along with punk. The band existed from 1985 to 2004, when they went on hiatus.

Discography

Members

  • Dicky Barrett - Vocals
  • Nate Albert - Guitar (1985-2000)
  • Joe Gittleman - Bass Guitar
  • Tim "Johnny Vegas" Burton - Saxophone
  • Kevin Lenear - Saxophone (1990-1998)
  • Dennis Brockenborough - Trombone (1990-2000)
  • Joe Sirois - Drums (1992-2004)
  • Ben Carr - Manager, Dancer and "Bosstone"
  • Josh Dalsimer - Drums (1985-1992)
  • Roman Fleysher - Saxophone (1998-2004)
  • Lawrence Katz - Guitar (2000-2004)
  • Chris Rhodes - Trombone (2000-2004)

External links

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones on WikipediaAll MusicLast.fmMusicBrainzDiscogs