How can there be a writeup on Give 'em the Boot II without there being one for the album that started it all; the original, dirt cheap punk/ska compilation on Hellcat Records, put out in 1997? I feel obligated to node it.

1.Rancid- The Brothels
2.The Slackers- Watch This
3.Hepcat- Can't Wait
4.The Pietasters- New Breed
5.The Business- Spirit of the Streets
6.VooDoo Glow Skulls- Los Hombres No Lloran
7.Dropkick Murphy's- Bathroom Heroes
8.Skinnerbox- Does He Love You
9.The Upbeat- 17@17
10.Stubborn Allstars- Open Season
11.The Gadjits- Beautiful Girl
12.Union 13- Roots Radicals
13.U.S. Bombs- Jaks
14.Swingin' Utters- Fifteenth and C]
15.The Skatalites- Latin Goes Ska
16.The Silencers- Policeman
17.Pressure Point- Heart Like a Lion
18.Choking Victim- Infested
19.F-Minus- No Time
20.The Dave Hillyard Rocksteady 7- Playtime

You can pick this compilation up at almost any CD store, and it costs like 5 bucks for over an hours worth of streaming, quality punk rock music. The real stuff, too, not that neo hardcore or emo shiznit that's goin' down nowadays. People who actually care about music and the system. A sound buy. And I'm not getting paid to say that.

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