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Hi everyone and hope you all had a great summer this year! We’ve been plenty busy over here and are very happy to announce that the second round of the 3rd Wave Ska Preservation Society record series has been successfully funded. We are proud to add (4) more legendary bands and amazing records to our catalogue.

Needless to say, we are thrilled to be able to help bring these albums to vinyl, and know they are going to get you moving when they hit your turntable! We still have a small number of records left from the first round of releases, so make sure to scoop those up! 8 records in 1 year… Not too shabby 🙂

Thank you for your continued support! Now for the records…

The Bruce Lee Band self-titled (Mike Park from Asian Man Records with Less Than Jake backing him up!)

The Toasters “Don’t Let The Bastards Grind You Down” – 2xLP, featuring unreleased tracks and artwork direct from the Toasters archive.

The Slackers “International War Criminal” – w/ bonus unreleased tracks

Stubborn All Stars “Back With A New Batch” (NYC Supergroup featuring Django and Skinnerbox)

Get pumped!!!

What’s up everybody!

Well, though it has been an incredibly long wait and i’ve told you about a zillion times that the 3rd Wave Ska Preservation Records, including The Pietasters, The Pilfers, Suburban Legends, and Edna’s Goldfish, would be here anytime now, it looks like that may actually happen in the next few days. It really sucks that I will not have them available for the Summer of Ska 2012 shows happening in Upstate NY today and tomorrow, but life is tough sometimes.

Regardless, I have it on good authority that the records will be shipping out today, and contingent upon how long the delivery takes from Connecticut, I should have them very shortly. Again, there are only (25) copies of each record available through ICR, and I don’t expect them to last very long. If you know me, you can get them direct. If not, please go to our Big Cartel website and place a pre-order so you don’t miss out. These are all excellent records that have stood the test of time, and it is an honor to be associated with their first-time vinyl release!

We are constantly listening to lots of music and looking for acts who have the right stuff! If you think you’ve got what it takes, shoot us an email with your EPK and digital media.

Thank you guys very much for your support, and be ready in the next few days… The Records Are Coming (For real, this time.)