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third wave ska
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  1. a music genre that was a revival of Jamaican ska with various additional American and British styles of music, such as 2 Tone, rock music, punk rock, pop music, hardcore and jazz

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  2. The term third wave ska has also been used to refer to all ska music performed by bands, particularly American bands, that started in the 1980s or later

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  3. The original Jamaican ska period in the 1960s is considered the first wave, and the 2 Tone period in Britain during the late 1970s is considered the second wave

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  4. The term was first used in 1989 by Tazy Phyllipz and Albino Brown of the Ska Parade radio show when bands such as No Doubt and Let's Go Bowling were submitting demo tapes in order to get airplay. The Toasters, formed in New York in 1981, are commonly

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  5. The third wave began primarily as an American continuation or revival of the British 2 Tone movement

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