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The band gained mainstream recognition in the mid-to-late s, during the third wave of ska with the release of the gold certified album Turn the Radio Off. Soon after, the band lost mainstream recognition but gained an underground cult following. As of , the band was no longer signed to a major record label and has since been independent. After many line-up changes throughout the years, front man Aaron Barrett is the only remaining founding member in the band. The band formed in while the members were in high school. The band then changed its genre to ska. Reel Big Fish's self-released debut album, Everything Sucks , was successful and became an underground hit spread by word-of-mouth, which led to the band signing a deal with Mojo Records. After the single " Sell Out " became well known in mainstream venues, including MTV , the album peaked at number 57 on the Billboard charts, staying on the charts for 32 weeks. In , the band appeared in the movie BASEketball , performing in the stands to rouse the crowd. The band also appeared on the film's soundtrack with a cover of a-ha 's " Take On Me ".
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The band was distinguished by their hyperkinetic stage shows, juvenile humor, ironic covers of new wave pop songs, and metallic shards of ska. Still fronted by original lead singer and songwriter Aaron Barrett, they continue releasing albums and touring relentlessly, playing more and more countries and bigger venues all over the world. By summer, the song had become a moderate modern rock hit, and the album had charted in the Top The album was not as commercially successful but is still regarded by many fans as the bands finest work. And it all sounds really good! The album included 4 classic Christmas songs and 2 RBF originals. Also, I just got married so there might be a few sappy love songs on the album too! Everybody had lots of great ideas and really got creative with everything and I really think it shows. We just painted more checkers on it! The long-running ska heroes, fresh off a summer-long stint on the final cross-country Vans Warped Tour, and appearances at Scallywag!
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We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. Reel Big Fish were one of the legions of Southern California ska-punk bands to edge into the mainstream following the mid-'90s success of No Doubt and Sublime. Like most of their peers, they were distinguished by their hyperkinetic stage shows, juvenile humor, ironic covers of new wave pop songs, and metallic shards of ska. The group cultivated an underground following that broke into the mainstream in summer , when the single "Sell Out" from sophomore breakthrough Turn the Radio Off became a modern rock radio and MTV favorite. Reel Big Fish's popularity gradually waned in the subsequent years, following the decline of ska-punk as a marketable genre. Nevertheless, the band restructured its lineup and continued issuing new material to a smaller yet considerably rabid fan base into the s with the release of ninth album Life Sucks Let's Dance! At that stage, the group was a conventional rock band with pop-metal leanings that covered both classic rock and Top 40 songs -- essentially, it was music designed for frat parties. After several months, the band discovered ska and decided to bolster its lineup with the addition of horn players.

The band was distinguished by their hyperkinetic stage shows, juvenile humor, ironic covers of new wave pop songs, and metallic shards of ska. Still fronted by original lead singer and songwriter Aaron Barrett, they continue releasing albums and touring relentlessly, playing more and more countries and bigger venues all over the world.

By summer, the song had become a moderate modern rock hit, and the album had charted in the Top The album was not as commercially successful but is still regarded by many fans as the bands finest work. And it all sounds really good! The album included 4 classic Christmas songs and 2 RBF originals. Also, I just got married so there might be a few sappy love songs on the album too! Everybody had lots of great ideas and really got creative with everything and I really think it shows.

We just painted more checkers on it! The long-running ska heroes, fresh off a summer-long stint on the final cross-country Vans Warped Tour, and appearances at Scallywag! Fest with Bad Religion, Pennywise, Less Than Jake and The Interrupters and Sammy Hagar's Hightide Beach Party, remain as popular as ever, as they continue to tour non-stop, playing over shows a year to thousands of loyal fans all over the world, gaining more and more underground popularity as the Ska scene continues to flourish.

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