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The Skanksters

For the Norwegian band, see Skanksters.

The Skanksters were a reggae/dub/ska band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, active from 1992 to 2002. They released one album in the United States as The Skanksters, Dub Cookery (1998) in addition to numerous tracks released on compilations in Canada, The United States and Europe. In 2003, The Skanksters evolved into Boogiewall Soundsystem, a Toronto-based dub collective, and released an album, Super My Own Band (2003). The Skanksters' core members were Tanya Kornobis (vocals), Lisa Wilby (keyboards), Sean Richards (guitar), John McKinstry (bass), and Mark Matthews (drums).

Discography

full length

  • Dub Cookery (1998) - Simmerdown Records (USA)

singles

  • The All Skanadian Club Vol. 1 (1994) - compilation, Stomp Records (USA/Canada)
  • The All Skanadian Club Vol. 2 (1996) - compilation, Stomp Records (USA/Canada)
  • Girls Go Ska (1996) - compilation, Simmerdown Records (USA)
  • Roots, Branch and Stem (1998) - compilation, Stubborn Records (USA)
  • The All Skanadian Club Vol. 3 (1998) - compilation, Stomp Records (USA/Canada)

External links

  • Boogiewall Soundsystem Official Website
  • Ohm Grown Records
  • John McKinstry Official Website
  • Mojo Brand Records


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