One of the first bands to cross high-energy ska with hardcore punk and hard rock guitars, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones laid a great deal of the groundwork for the mid- to late-'90s ska explosion, helping shift its tone towards party music. Formed in the mid-'80s, the Bosstones built up a devoted cult following among ska advocates, and released their debut album, Devils Night Out, in 1990. In the mid-'90s, as West Coast ska acts like No Doubt and Sublime enjoyed mainstream breakthroughs, the Bosstones followed suit for the East Coast with the 1997 album Let's Face It and the hit single "The Impression That I Get." After years of nonstop touring and the 2002 album A Jackknife to a Swan, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones went on indefinite hiatus as the members pursued solo projects. They reunited for live work in 2007, and have been recording and ...
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