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Flatliners

A ska-influenced punk rock band along the lines of early Rancid, Canada's Flatliners (not to be confused with the Texas band of the same name) have little time for the usual skanking tomfoolery associated with the third wave of mid-'90s ska-punks: not for them either the naked pop aspirations of No Doubt or the exaggerated goofiness of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones. Instead, the Flatliners play aggressive but melodic old-school, pre-hardcore punk rock songs, enlivened with the occasional dubby bassline or inverted ska rhythm. Comparisons to London Calling, Sandinista!, early Members, or the Ruts are more productive than comparisons to more overtly reggae-influenced acts like the Specials or Madness. After forming the band in Toronto, Ontario, in 2002, hoarse-voiced singer and rhythm guitarist Chris Cresswell, lead guitarist Scott Brigham, bassist Jon Darbey, and drummer Paul Ramirez gigged across Canada's D.I.Y. punk circuit for several years, contributing tracks to various compilations, before finally recording their debut album, Destroy to Create. Originally self-released, Destroy to Create was picked up for full North American distribution by Stomp Records in the fall of 2005. Touring followed the record's release, and in spring 2007 the Flatliners announced their signing to Cali-based Fat Wreck Chords for U.S. and worldwide (except Canada) releases. The label change marked a change in the Flatliners' sound, as they turned more distinctively pop-punk for 2007's Great Awake and 2010's Cavalcade. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi
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Finally!!!! The new album in on Pandora!
tfunk2417
icspwnz - who the f**k writes these bios? i hear more hardcore than ska influence.

Their first album Destroy to Create is definitely Ska-Punk somewhat Suicide Machines-esq u e . Everything after that has been closer to Punk/Hardcor e . You do make a good point though. Who writes these bios? Generally they are so bad. I can see why upstarts like Spotify and Grooveshark are gaining listeners at such high rates. Pandora needs to up their service and add to their music library.
who the f**k writes these bios? i hear more hardcore than ska influence.
I love this band.
Saw these guys a few years back with Catch-22, they absolutely blew me away, great live band!
billyembeck
Killer band. Enough Said.
Have seen them many times in concert! Great group of guys....and great music! :) Cant wait to see them again! Great performers

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