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  1. Track Where in the Hell is Mike Sinkovich? (with a question mark) Track 3 Quarts Drunk (‘Quarts’ instead of ‘Quartz’) The following track titles appear differently in the booklet (in comparison to the back cover art): Less Than Jake: Pezcore ‎ (CD, Album, Opa) Dill Records: DILL #5: US: /5(8).
  2. Where In The Hell Is Mike Sinkovich: Process: 3 Quartz Drunk: Boomtown: Short On Ideas: One Last Cigarette: Less Than Jake: Pezcore ‎ (CD, Album) Imperial Records (13), Sleep It Off: TECI Japan: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit .
  3. Where The Hell Is Mike Sinkovich?: 8/10 Process: 7/10 Three Quarts Drunk: 8/10 Boomtown: 9/10 Short On Ideas: /10 Those are the songs I've got. Overall, this CD is good from beginning.. then skids at certain songs near the end of the CD/5(11).
  4. Losers, Kings, and Things We Don't Understand is a compilation album by Less Than Jake, released on No Idea Records in The album itself is a compilation of every previous Less Than Jake release apart from their debut album Pezcore.
  5. One last ciggarette, where the hell is mike sinkovich, downbeat, liquor store and Jen doesnt like me anymore are very catchy songs, as well at many others on this 19 song CD (each song is usually just over 2 minutes long. i also love the secret song to the theme 4/5(22).
  6. Pezcore is the best LTJ CD out there. However, you cant go wrong with Losing Streak, Hello Rockview, Borders and Boundaries, Losers Kings and Things or anything else from Less Than Jake. They are just the best Ska band ever. Look for the remixed Pezcore album this .
  7. Listen to your favourite songs from Pezcore by Less Than Jake now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. Recent Clear Where in the Hell Is Mike Sinkovich: Process: 3 Quarts Drunk: Boomtown: Short on Ideas/One Last Cigarette:
  8. One listen to Less Than Jake's debut and you are magically transported back to a land where wallet chains and baggy shorts still reign supreme. The influential Florida group makes it sound so easy and fun as it blends high-energy ska with pummeling punk-pop rhythms.
  9. Hurtling out of Gainesville, FL, Less Than Jake's decidedly generic sound initially raised few eyebrows around the local punk scene. That all changed in , when the year-old quartet heard British skacore heroes niumedtileatekutamtiamigomaste.coed, the band enlisted saxophonist Jessica Schaub and reinvented its sound. Now serving up a blistering mix of third-wave ska and melodic punk, the band swiftly excited.

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