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  2. Zulukus says:
    Save Ferris is a ska-punk band formed in Orange County, California circa Lead by the inimitable front-woman Monique Powell, the band enjoyed mainstream success in the late s with radio hits, constant touring and appearances on a variety of television shows and movies including 10 Things I .
  3. Gardaktilar says:
    Ska, Jamaica’s first indigenous urban pop style. Pioneered by the operators of powerful mobile discos called sound systems, ska evolved in the late s from an early Jamaican form of rhythm and blues that emulated American rhythm and blues, especially that produced in New Orleans, Louisiana. A.
  4. Voodoonris says:
    In , ska band Save Ferris released a cover of the song as a single from album It Means Everything. In , the band was formed to cover the song as "Come On England" with altered lyrics to support the England national football team during their appearance in .
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  7. Turisar says:
    The Selecter, ska's prefab band, is featured on four tracks. The instrumental "The Selecter" was the B-side of the Specials' "Gangsters" single, recorded by Specials drummer Bradbury and Joel.
  8. Shagis says:
    Ah, come on let's Ah, come on Eileen, please Come on Eileen, too-loo-rye-aye Come on Eileen, too-loo-rye-aye Now you're all grown Now you have shown Oh, Eileen Say, come on Eileen These things they are real And I know how you feel Now I must say more than ever Things 'round here have changed I say, too-ra-loo-ra, too-ra-loo-rye-aye Come on Eileen.

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