Ska-Core, the Devil, and More

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Ska-Core, the Devil, and More
EP by
ReleasedMarch 8, 1993
RecordedDecember 2, 1992 (live tracks)
Length18:16 (without hidden track)
ProducerThe Mighty Mighty Bosstones
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Ska-Core, the Devil, and More is an EP by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. It was first released in 1993 by Mercury Records. This EP includes one ska and three hardcore covers.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Someday I Suppose" (Dicky Barrett, Nate Albert, Joe Gittleman) – 3:26
  2. "Think Again" (Minor Threat) – 1:56
  3. "Lights Out" (Angry Samoans) – 0:49
  4. "Police Beat" (SSD) – 2:09
  5. "Simmer Down" (Bob Marley) – 3:34
  6. "Drugs and Kittens"/"I'll Drink to That" (Live) (Barrett, Gittleman) – 6:17
  7. "Howwhywuz Howwhyam" (Live) (Barrett, Gittleman) – 2:26 [Bonus Track]


  • Dicky Barrett – lead vocals
  • Nate Albert – guitar, backing vocals
  • Joe Gittleman – bass, backing vocals
  • Joe Sirois – drums
  • Tim Burton – saxophone
  • Kevin Lenear – saxophone
  • Dennis Brockenborough – trombone
  • Ben Carr – Bosstone, backing vocals
  • Fred Bortolotti – assistant engineer
  • Phil Greene – engineer
  • Ross Humphrey – engineer
  • Cindy Bortman – photography
  • Bob Paré - Front Cover Photo


  • At the end of the last track, at the 36 minute and 17 second mark (until the end of the disc), is a hidden track featuring a live performance of "Howwhywuz, Howwhyam", a song from an earlier Bosstones album Devil's Night Out.
  • "Drugs and Kittens" is a live version of "Drunks and Children" from Devil's Night Out
  • "Think Again" originally by Minor Threat, "Lights Out" by Angry Samoans, "Police Beat" by SSD, "Simmer Down" by The Wailers
  • The front cover photo was taken by Lowell, MA Photographer, Bob Paré. The background is one of his dad's flannel shirts that Bob wore to many Bosstones' shows while photographing them.


  1. ^ "One Mighty Mighty party, Boss". The Herald. April 5, 1993. Retrieved January 29, 2022.
  2. ^ Huey, Steve. "Ska-Core, The Devil & More Review". AllMusic. Retrieved January 29, 2022.