If you haven't realized it yet, there are truly only three constants in any ska-punker's life: death, taxes and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. The Boston-bred act's roots lay in the hardcore punk scene of the early-80s, along with strong influences from the British 2 Tone ska scene of the late-70s. Home to the energetic sca-core anthems "Hope I Never Lose My Wallet," "The Bartender's Song." "A Little Bit Ugly," and "The Bartender's Song," their fun and footloose 1989 full-length debut Devil's Night Out was a big hit locally and nationally due in large part to the fact that the punk and indie driven DIY scene was at its peak. Pressed from the original master.