Big Up Clash was the second release of Ska punk bands Shootin' Goon and Lubby Nugget Featuring five tracks from Goon, with influences ranging from punk rock to traditional ska and rocksteady, including a cover version of Lubby Nugget's "Flesh Pimp". Huddersfield's Lubby Nugget also supplied five songs including two thrash punk style songs and the reggae live favourite "Cheeky Little Number" as well as supplying a cover version of Shootin' Goon's "Plain To See" and a Dub mix of their track "SDW" entitled "S.D. Dub L.U."
Big Up Those Who Play a Vital Part in Our Lives ; Cornish Reflections Area 51 Bass Player Angus Mitchell Looks at the Perils and Benefits of Fame in a Celebrityobsessed Culture
Oct 11, 2012; BEING a bassist in a busy band can be a very hard but very rewarding occupation. At times it's a difficult job with long hours,...