Skapocalypse Now!

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Skapocalypse Now!
Skapocalypse Now.jpg
Studio album by Mustard Plug
Released October 30, 1992[1]
Recorded Aug. -Sept. 1992 Fast Trax Jenison MI
Genre Ska
Label Dashiki Clout
Producer Scott Carver
Mustard Plug chronology
Skapocalypse Now!
(1992)
Big Daddy Multitude
(1993)

Skapocalypse Now! is the debut album by ska band Mustard Plug. It was released in 1992 on singer Dave Kirchgessner's own Dashiki Clout label. In 1998, after requests for the tape grew, Hopeless Records re-released Skapocalypse Now! on CD for mail order, direct-to-store and concert sales only. Along with the original songs, other live and studio bonus tracks were added. [2]

Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "Brain on Ska"
  2. "Alone"
  3. "Summertime"
  4. "Sweet Potato"
  5. "We Want the Mustard"
  6. "To Be"

Side two

  1. "Kill the Governor"
  2. "Simon Says"
  3. "Butcher's Mop"
  4. "7-11 Man"

CD bonus tracks

  1. "Thigh High Nylons (Alternate Take)"
  2. "Escape (Skapocalypse Now! Reject)"
  3. "(Blank)"
  4. "Skank By Numbers (Live)"
  5. "Battle of the Rude (Live)"
  6. "Betty (Live)"

This album was originally released only on cassette in 1992 and converted as a reissue on CD in 1998 with the licensing rights of hopeless records and dashiki clout records.

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