Ska-P (pronounced [esˈkape]) is a ska punk band formed in Madrid[1] (Vallecas), Spain, in 1994, that could be categorized, politically, as an anti-establishment musical
group. It is one of the most popular ska bands in Spain and Europe.

Musically, despite their fun image, Ska-P has well-rehearsed and tight arrangements, and as of 2002, includes among its members a small but striking brass section which gives the band a powerful sound.

Their nonconformist attitude is also evident in their eccentric haircuts. Some band members have mohawks while others are almost bald-shaven (with a ponytail at the back).

At the end of 2004, they announced work on a new album. After voting 4 against 2, in February 2005, the sudden and unexpected announcement was made that the band would take a break to allow the members to work on side projects, though some considered the band to have dissolved. The band's worldwide farewell tour of 2005 ended in Buenos Aires, Argentina in October of that year. Their farewell concert in Leganés (near Madrid), on September 24 2005, filled the 10,000-seat La Cubierta Stadium.

In April 2008 the band confirmed they were getting back together and on September 5th, 2008 released the single "Crimen sollicitationis". This was followed in October 2008 by a new album, Lágrimas y Gozos (Tears and Joys), which was released on October 7, 2008. The release of the album would be followed by a brief tour.[2]

Ska-P returned to La Cubierta Stadium on December 27, 2008 to perform their only concert in Spain of that tour.[3]

  1. América latina !!libre!!
  2. A la mierda
  3. Blablabla
  4. Cannabis
  5. Como me pongo
  6. El gato Lopez
  7. El nino soldado
  8. El olvidado
  9. el vals del obrero
  10. Eres un@ más
  11. Esquirol
  12. Juan sin tierra
  13. La Estampida
  14. legalization
  15. McDolar
  16. Mestizaje
  17. Mis colegas
  18. Planeta eskoria
  19. Resistencia
  20. Sexo y Religión
  21. Solamente por pensar
  22. Tío Sam
  23. Verguenza
  24. Villancico
  25. Welcome To Hell
  26. La Barra Del Bar


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