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  1. Ska may not have influenced the music so much. But it did influence the scene and the attitude. Punks, rude boys and rastas, were pretty much on the same side most of the time as movements like Rock against Racism showed. Listen to ska (ska from Jamaica that is) and you will hear that its mainly the music of the "rude boy"; the outlaw, the outsider.

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    Ska punk is a fusion genre that mixes ska music and punk rock music together. Ska-core is a subgenre of ska punk that mixes ska with hardcore punk. Early ska punk mixed both 2 Tone and ska with hardcore punk. Ska punk tends to feature brass instruments, especially horns such as trumpets, trombones and woodwind instruments like saxophones, making the genre distinct from other forms of punk rock. It is closely tied to third wave ska which reached its zenith in the mid 1990s. Before ska punk began,

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    Ska (/ s k ɑː /; Jamaican: ) is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s and was the precursor to rocksteady and reggae. It combined elements of Caribbean mento and calypso with American jazz and rhythm and blues.

  5. Mar 26, 2019 · Third-wave Ska refers to American ska bands that were influenced more by two-tone ska than by traditional ska music. These bands range in their sound from nearly traditional ska to mostly punk . In the early to mid-1990s, third-wave ska saw a major growth in popularity, with many bands having several chart-topping hits.

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  6. Ska punk is a fusion music genre that combines ska and punk rock, often playing down the former's R&B roots. Ska-core is a subgenre of ska punk, blending ska with hardcore punk. The more punk-influenced style often features faster tempos, guitar distortion, onbeat punk-style interludes (usually the chorus), and nasal, gruff, or shouted vocals. The more ska-influenced style features a more developed instrumentation and a cleaner vocal and musical sound.

  7. This is a list of notable bands and musicians who performed primarily ska or ska-influenced music for a significant portion of their careers. Contents 1 Original (starting in late 1950s)