com, the Pilfers' debut album pushed them to the forefront of the independent third wave ska movement in 1998. It is an intense hybrid of ska, hardcore, and hip-hop that comes out sounding drastically different from many of the groups contemporaries.
Pilfers Pilfers are a legendary band out of NYC that play an infectious, unique sound that blends pop, reggae, hardcore, dub, punk, and ska. Their sound, dubbed raggacore fuels their intense live performances that encourage constant crowd participation. Fans have been affectionately named Pilfers Crew. Pilfers are currently recording new songs for an upcoming full-length album
Pilfers - Show No Fear 03:19. Pilfers - Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth 03:02. Pilfers - Roller Coaster 02:50. Pilfers - Climbing 03:03. Pilfers - Shits up in the Air 03:29. Pilfers - Waitin' 4 U 03:28. Pilfers - One Day 03:58.
Artists Pilfers Pilfers. This album has an average beat per minute of 140 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 63BPM, ends at 110BPM (+47), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Pilfers are an American ska band formed in 1997, when former Toasters vocalist, Coolie Ranx, at the urging of Pietaster's vocalist Steve Jackson, joined with former Bim Skala Bim trombonist, Vinny Nobile. To complete the lineup, they recruited the Skinnerbox rhythm section of Anna Milat-Meyer on bass and James Blanck on drums, as well as guitar player, Nick Bacon of The Erratics.
|8||Show No Fear||3:20|
|12||Up In The Air||3:29|
|13||Waitin' 4 U||3:28|
|-||Pilfers||Pilfers (Cass)||Not On Label||-||US||1997|
|ASB/UCR073||Pilfers||Pilfers (LP, Album, Whi)||Asbestos Records, Underground Communique Records||ASB/UCR073||US||2012|
|ASB/UCR073||Pilfers||Pilfers (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Asbestos Records, Underground Communique Records||ASB/UCR073||US||2012|