Less Than Jake: (Title Unknown) from Losing Streak

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Less Than Jake: Losing Streak

About this hidden track

(Title Unknown) is a hidden song by Less Than Jake from their album Losing Streak.

A recording of Less Than Jake’s buddy Howie J. Reynolds talking about an incident on Yom Kippur, 1946, and introducing the band. It does not appear on all editions of the album.

About Losing Streak

Less Than Jake’s album Losing Streak is a ska punk classic that solidified the band’s reputation as one of the best in the genre. The album features fast-paced, high-energy tracks that showcase the band’s signature horn section and punk rock roots. From the opening track “Automatic” to the closing track “Johnny Quest Thinks We’re Sellouts,” “Losing Streak” never lets up in its intensity and infectious energy.

The album’s standout tracks include “Jen Doesn’t Like Me Anymore,” a catchy tune with relatable lyrics about a failing relationship, and “Dopeman,” a sarcastic take on drug culture. The album’s production is also notable, with a raw, punk rock sound that perfectly complements the band’s energetic performances.

Losing Streak is a must-listen for fans of ska punk and punk rock in general. It showcases Less Than Jake’s unique style and songwriting ability, solidifying their place as one of the most important bands in the genre.

How to find this hidden track

On CD: Rewind from the beginning of track #1 to -2:37

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