|Hard Band for Dead|
|Studio album by The Toasters|
|Label||Moon Ska Records|
|Producer||Robert "Bucket" Hingley|
|The Toasters chronology|
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AllMusic praised Hard Band for Dead for being a good example of third wave ska while honoring music that came before The Toasters.
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