Issue #15 question
In honor of the movie release of High Fidelity here's this issue's trivia question:
Name Your Top 5 Ska Albums of All Time.
Issue #13/14 questions
For a chance to win a copy of Hellcat Records' Give 'Em The Boot 2 just answer the following question correctly:
Rancid features members of what seminal ska/punk band?
Issue #12 question
What is your favorite issue of Easy*Life?
The correct answer was Every Issue!
While no one got it right, congratulations go to our 2 closest winners--skaburst & ernest
Issue #11 question
What was the original name of the Toasters?
The correct answer was:Not Bob Marley.
Congratulations to grungtruk, who won Jump Up's Everything Off-Beat: Volume Two
Issue #10 question
Name the 2Tone era ska band that covered Louis Prima's incomparable "Buona Sera":
The correct answer was:Bad Manners.
Congratulations to chi chi, who won Deals Gone Bad's Large and In Charge, and Fat Wreck Chords's Survival of the Fattest and Physical Fatness Vol. 3 compilations
Issue #9 question
Issue #9 question
"...Ska revival isn't cool you stupid f*ck/The band's are only in it for the bucks/And if you don't believe me you're a schmuck/But the trend will die out with any luck..."
The correct answer was::"Ska Sucks" by Propaghandi. We did not accept "Against All Authority", since we were looking for the original artist.
Congratulations to Colin, who won Dill Records two Dillinquents CDs (both the Red volume & the Green volume).
Congratulations to "the phro" who answered this month's trivia question correctly. The question was:
The correct answer was:The Skolars
The Phro won a copy of Jump Up! Records Ska American Style CD.
Congratulations to Sam Jones, who answered this month's trivia question correctly. The question was:
The correct answer was:From the Bodysnatchers song, "Easy Life"
Thanks also to Tommy Gunn, Amy, Kathryn, Stormy502, and Amy, who all sent in correct answers.
Congratulations go to Monique, who correctly answered this month's trivia question and won 3 swingin' ska CD's. This month's question was:
At one point in the phenomenal movie Grosse Pointe Blank Minnie Driver ad-libs a line from a 2Tone era song. Name the line, song, and band.
The line was "Ya cannot come in" from the intro to "You're Wondering Now" by the Specials. The song can be found on the first Specials album, or on the Grosse Pointe Blank soundtrack.