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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. Originally formed in the mid-80s, the Boston-bred skacore octet has issued over a dozen albums, EPs and live releases ever since.
The band followed up the release of their 1989 debut Devil's Night Out with More Noise And Other Disturbances in 2002. Produced by Paul Q. Kolderie (Pixies, Dinosaur Jr.), the album marked a number of personnel changes including the departure of Tim Bridewell and Josh Dalsimer and the addition of Joe Sirois (drums), Kevin Lenear (saxophone) and Dennis Brockenborough (trombone), a lineup that has remained throughout much of the band's career.
Hailed as one of the Mighty Might Bosstones' finest studio efforts to date, the classic eleven-song set is ripe for a plaid party with aggressive cuts like "Dr. D" and "What's At Stake" sitting pretty alongside more melodic numbers like "Where'd You Go" and "They Came To Boston."