Personally, 3rd wave ska is the best. It's like punk music played by high school band geeks.

A good 3rd wave ska band is Reel Big Fish
"Did you go to the ska show last night?"

"Yeah, the trumpets were amazing"
de da.mosh_meister 2 mai 2009
in the graffiti world the abreviation: s k a stands for "Still Kickin' Ass"
let's say you see a "piece" on one of the rail cars in the yard by CBS & next to is in smaller letter: ska
de chillin_rich 23 janvier 2008
an irrelevant genre of music.
What the hell is ska?
de Juke Joint 28 septembre 2009
Ska is a term commonly used by affluent south Dublin people to find out what other people are doing. "Ska" is used in such a way that it means numerous things such as:
What are you doing?
What will you be doing?
Want to do something?
Ska is a rapidly spreading word that will no doubt take over the world in the near future.
Any ska?
Any ska where you are?
Whats the ska?
Head over for some ska!
Loads of ska!
de Luke Hickey 4 novembre 2007
a type of music that could be very upbeat and happy or very slow and mellow defined by the guitar rythems often with the accompiament of horns such as a trumpet or sax.
de Anonymous 13 août 2003
ska is derived from the 50's changeing over the years now skaters tend to listen to it as there defining music with bands like reel big fish,patent pending, and street light manifesto
ska kicks fuckin ass
de reel big fish 10 juin 2005
Ska is music people in the scene call them selfs rude boys or rude girls.There are two difernt types of ska.Two-Tone and 3rd wave/Skacore.Two-tone is more slow and mixed with jazz,swing and reggae.Skacore or the third wave is mixed with fast two-tone sounds and punk that you can skank to.Skanking is a dance that is in a ska bands pit.


Two-tone:The specials,Bob Marley and the wailers,The Skatalites


Skacore:Reel Big Fish,Streetlight Manifesto,Sekta core.


de Adam,aD00M 4 août 2008

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