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Victoria BC Ska Society and Rumbletone are proud to present the only Slackers BC show on Thursday, March 25th @ the Rickshaw Theatre. This will be an ALL AGES with bar so we expect ANY SLACKERS FANS THROUGHOUT BC AND BEYOND to come out for this one.
This appearance for the Slackers celebrates their most recent album release "Lost and Found"
The band says:
Lost & Found is a cd that I culled from our archives going back as far 1998. It includes rarities from back in the day, alternative versions of slacker's classics, and "new" songs that we just finished from basic rhythms that were not completed (it took 5 years for us to finish one of these tracks...that's slackin!)
So yeah, its a fun cd, new and old at the same time. But its all tracks that havent seen the light of day until right now! if you want to hear a blow by blow description of the tunes and hear a new mp3 go to http://www.myspace.com/theslackers
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