Mustard Plug – In Black and White (Hopeless)
I love these guys, and it would probably be wrong not to disclose that I’ve been friends with them for years, attending weddings, sharing rounds of Old Style longnecks at Mulligan’s, etc. I’ve already said everything I need to say about this band and the anti-ska snobs who hate everything, but the new album, In Black and White, is the best thing they’ve done since 1997’s Evildoers Beware!
You’re always afraid after a band releases a greatest hits compilation that it’s all downhill from there. Thankfully, that’s not the case this time. They sound re-energized. Colin Clive’s guitars are bigger and badder than ever. Dave Kirchgessner’s vocals and lyrics have a new sense of anger. They’ve got a new drummer (again — what is this, Spinal Tap?) And the horns are actually in tune most of the time! Just kidding, but I know they can take it.
MP3: Mustard Plug – “Hit Me! Hit Me!” from In Black and White
New videos and some older MP3s after the the jump…
Mustard Plug – “Over the Edge”
Mustard Plug – “Hit Me Hit Me”
Older MP3s: (courtesy of Hopeless)
• Mustard Plug – “Everything Girl”
• Mustard Plug – “Someday, Right Now”
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Good ol’ Mustard Plug! ‘If loving them is wrong,’ etc.