|Origin||New York City, New York, United States|
By early 1994, Django's original ska roots began to tug at him, and he assembled Stubborn All-Stars for a studio session which resulted in the 4-song Old's Cool 7" EP. Choosing musicians very carefully from the large pool of New York ska bands such as Skinnerbox, The Insteps, The Slackers, The Scofflaws, and Agent 99, for their familiarity with and ability to play traditional Jamaican ska. Django hit upon the sound he was looking for: ska in a very traditional Jamaican style, reconnected with its own roots in American Rhythm & Blues.
Their second album, Back With a New Batch, was released in 1997. The video for the single Pick Yourself Up went into heavy rotation on MTV, and Alternative Press reviewed it as "the best reggae album of 1997".
Their third album, Nex Music, was released in 1999.
- King Django (Skinnerbox) - Vocals, Trombone
- Jay Nugent (Agent 99, The Slackers) - Guitar
- Noah Shachtman (No Shadow Kick) - Bass Guitar
- Rolf Langsjoen (Skinnerbox) - Trumpet
- Phil Wartell (The Radiation Kings) - Drums
- Scott Palmer (The Radiation Kings) - Keys
- David Hahn (Dub is a Weapon, Skinnerbox, The Slackers) - Guitar
- Dave Hillyard (The Slackers, Dave Hillyard & the Rocksteady Seven) - Sax
- Vic Ruggiero (The Slackers) - Organ
- Victor Rice (The Scofflaws, New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble) - Bass Guitar
- Eddie Ocampo (The Insteps, Dave Hillyard & the Rocksteady 7, Crazy Baldhead) - Drums
- Sheldon Gregg (The Insteps, New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble, Bluebeaters) - Bass
- Erkin Husey (Skinnerbox, The Rudy Crew) - Sax
- Danny Duelin (The Boilers, Skinnerbox, Rudy Crew) - Trumpet
- Dave Nelson (The Insteps) - Trombone
- Paul Ackerman (The Pietasters, Skinnerbox) - Keys
- Regina Belantese (The Insteps, The Scofflaws) - Sax
- Jason Glazer (Skinnerbox) - Trumpet