The Ruff Guide to Genre-Terrorism

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The Ruff Guide to Genre-Terrorism
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Studio album by Sonic Boom Six
Released July 2006
Genre Punk rock, Ska-punk, Rapcore, Reggae
Length 50:19
Label Deck Cheese (2006 UK release)
Asbestos Records (US)
Rebel Alliance (2009 UK re-release)
Producer Ace, TiM G
Sonic Boom Six chronology
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The Ruff Guide to Genre-Terrorism is the first full-length release by Manchester, UK based Sonic Boom Six. This album marks the first recording by SB6 since the departure of original guitarist Dave "Hellfire" Kelly.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Do It Today - 4:31
  2. Apathy Begins At Home - 3:42
  3. All-In (feat. Coolie Ranx) - 4:32
  4. Piggy In The Middle - 4:03
  5. For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge - 3:59
  6. Northern Skies - 3:39
  7. Bigger Than Punk Rock - 3:30
  8. Danger! Danger! - 3:23
  9. Don't Say I Never Warned Ya - 3:47
  10. Shareena - 4:27
  11. A People's History Of The Future - 3:45
  12. Until The Sunlight Comes - 7:06

2008 US CD version[edit]

  1. Found it, Burnt it, Fucked Off
  2. All-In [Tim G Remix][1]

2009 UK CD version[edit]

  1. Piggy In The Middle [Demo]
  2. Shareena [Demo]
  3. All-In [Tim G Remix]
  4. Northern Skies [Babyboom Remix][2]

Notes[edit]

This CD was the band's first release on Deck Cheese, with their previous CDs having been on Moon Ska Europe. A demo of A People's History Of The Future was posted on the band's MySpace profile in 2005, although the song was very different at the time and was called The World's A Twisted Place (But It Won't Twist Me). All-In features guest vocals from Coolie Ranx.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ruff Guide To Genre Terrorism". Interpunk. Interpunk.com. Retrieved 5 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "The Ruff Guide... Deluxe". Rebel Alliance Recordings. rebelalliancerecordings.com. Retrieved 5 October 2011.