|Studio album by The Toasters|
|Released|| Original: 1987|
CD: June 20, 1995
|Label|| Celluloid (original)|
Moon Ska Records (1995 re-release)
Megalith Records (2003 re-release)
|The Toasters chronology|
Skaboom! is an album released by The Toasters originally in 1987 and re-released on a CD in June of 1995. The 1995 released featured an additional eight bonus tracks. The album is often stated as being the origin of modern, or "third-wave" ska in the United States.
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