History Music / TheDingees

10th Jan '16 11:50:57 AM nombretomado
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* {{Sampling}}: All over the place in ''Rebel Soul Sound System''. For example, "Who Stole the Soul in Rock N Roll" combines samples from ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', Music/TheBeatles, and PublicEnemy, and somehow makes them all fit seamlessly.
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* {{Sampling}}: All over the place in ''Rebel Soul Sound System''. For example, "Who Stole the Soul in Rock N Roll" combines samples from ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', Music/TheBeatles, and PublicEnemy, and somehow makes them all fit seamlessly.
9th Nov '14 3:27:14 PM morenohijazo
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* GraffitiOfTheResistance: The cover art of the album ''The Crucial Conspiracy'' features a propaganda poster in the Soviet style. Inside the liner notes, the poster is shown again defaced by anti-government slogans, and with a skull painted over the worker's face.
5th Oct '14 6:21:20 AM m8e
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The Dingees are a {{Reggae}}[=/=]Music/PunkRock[=/=]{{Ska}} band from Long Beach, California. They were initially formed in 1996 as a side project of The OCSupertones (and traded band members with the 'Tones more than a few times), but soon grew into a distinct identity. Unlike nearly all of their [[SkaPunk 3rd wave ska]] contemporaries, they played [[Music/TheClash Clash]]-inspired GenreRoulette rather than [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly mix and match musical genres]]: their repertoire included punk songs, and reggae songs, and ska songs (but mostly punk songs), yet but precious little ska-punk or punk-reggae or what have you.
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The Dingees are a {{Reggae}}[=/=]Music/PunkRock[=/=]{{Ska}} {{Reggae}}[=/=]PunkRock[=/=]{{Ska}} band from Long Beach, California. They were initially formed in 1996 as a side project of The OCSupertones (and traded band members with the 'Tones more than a few times), but soon grew into a distinct identity. Unlike nearly all of their [[SkaPunk 3rd wave ska]] contemporaries, they played [[Music/TheClash Clash]]-inspired GenreRoulette rather than [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly mix and match musical genres]]: their repertoire included punk songs, and reggae songs, and ska songs (but mostly punk songs), yet but precious little ska-punk or punk-reggae or what have you.
28th Apr '13 1:38:14 PM JIKTV
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Namespacing, correcting a redirect, and schizophrenia means a disconnection from reality. It is not the same as multiple personalities.
They recorded three albums in this schizophrenic manner for Tooth & Nail Records. Afterwards, they disappeared into the southern California underground music scene. In 2006, they put up a page on Myspace to let the outside world know that they still existed, and that they were working on a new album.
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They recorded three albums in this schizophrenic varying manner for Tooth & Nail Records. Afterwards, they disappeared into the southern California underground music scene. In 2006, they put up a page on Myspace to let the outside world know that they still existed, and that they were working on a new album.
28th Apr '13 1:37:30 PM JIKTV
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The Dingees are a {{Reggae}} / PunkRock / {{Ska}} band from Long Beach, California. They were initially formed in 1996 as a side project of The OCSupertones (and traded band members with the 'Tones more than a few times), but soon grew into a distinct identity. Unlike nearly all of their [[SkaPunk 3rd wave ska]] contemporaries, they played [[TheClash Clash]]-inspired GenreRoulette rather than MixAndMatchMusicalGenres: their repertoire included punk songs, and reggae songs, and ska songs (but mostly punk songs), yet but precious little ska-punk or punk-reggae or what have you.
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The Dingees are a {{Reggae}} / PunkRock / {{Ska}} {{Reggae}}[=/=]Music/PunkRock[=/=]{{Ska}} band from Long Beach, California. They were initially formed in 1996 as a side project of The OCSupertones (and traded band members with the 'Tones more than a few times), but soon grew into a distinct identity. Unlike nearly all of their [[SkaPunk 3rd wave ska]] contemporaries, they played [[TheClash [[Music/TheClash Clash]]-inspired GenreRoulette rather than MixAndMatchMusicalGenres: [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly mix and match musical genres]]: their repertoire included punk songs, and reggae songs, and ska songs (but mostly punk songs), yet but precious little ska-punk or punk-reggae or what have you.
7th Nov '12 1:55:27 PM nombretomado
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* {{Sampling}}: All over the place in ''Rebel Soul Sound System''. For example, "Who Stole the Soul in Rock N Roll" combines samples from ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', TheBeatles, and PublicEnemy, and somehow makes them all fit seamlessly.
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* {{Sampling}}: All over the place in ''Rebel Soul Sound System''. For example, "Who Stole the Soul in Rock N Roll" combines samples from ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', TheBeatles, Music/TheBeatles, and PublicEnemy, and somehow makes them all fit seamlessly.
27th Jul '12 6:06:30 AM FELH2
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fixed Namespace stuff
The lyrics were the same as they always were: rallying cries for global unity and the overthrow of the establishment, songs of alienation from modern society, celebrations of street culture, and ruminations on God and the [[TheBible Biblical]] apocalypse.
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The lyrics were the same as they always were: rallying cries for global unity and the overthrow of the establishment, songs of alienation from modern society, celebrations of street culture, and ruminations on God and the [[TheBible [[Literature/TheBible Biblical]] apocalypse.
19th May '11 7:08:21 PM MetaFour
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* HiddenTrack: ''Armageddon Massive'' has a dub remix of "Could be Worse" at the end. ''The Crucial Conspiracy'' has "Conspiracy Against the Youth'' hidden in the ''middle'' of the album.
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* HiddenTrack: ''Armageddon Massive'' has a dub remix of "Could be Worse" at the end. ''The Crucial Conspiracy'' has "Conspiracy Against the Youth'' Youth" hidden in the ''middle'' of the album.
22nd Mar '11 7:53:32 PM MetaFour
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The Dingees are a {{Reggae}} / PunkRock /{{Ska}} band from Long Beach, California. They were initially formed in 1996 as a side project of The OCSupertones (and traded band members with the 'Tones more than a few times), but soon grew into a distinct identity. Unlike nearly all of their [[SkaPunk 3rd wave ska]] contemporaries, they played [[TheClash Clash]]-inspired GenreRoulette rather than MixAndMatchMusicalGenres: their repertoire included punk songs, and reggae songs, and ska songs (but mostly punk songs), yet but precious little ska-punk or punk-reggae or what have you.
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The Dingees are a {{Reggae}} / PunkRock /{{Ska}} / {{Ska}} band from Long Beach, California. They were initially formed in 1996 as a side project of The OCSupertones (and traded band members with the 'Tones more than a few times), but soon grew into a distinct identity. Unlike nearly all of their [[SkaPunk 3rd wave ska]] contemporaries, they played [[TheClash Clash]]-inspired GenreRoulette rather than MixAndMatchMusicalGenres: their repertoire included punk songs, and reggae songs, and ska songs (but mostly punk songs), yet but precious little ska-punk or punk-reggae or what have you.
19th Mar '11 8:11:52 PM MetaFour
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* SloganYellingMegaphoneGuy: In the "Street vs State" sound collage.

* SloganYellingMegaphoneGuy: In the "Street vs State" sound collage.
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* SloganYellingMegaphoneGuy: In the "Street vs State" sound collage.
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