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No-Ca$h

No-Ca$h

No-Ca$h


No-Cash was a political riot ska-core band that burst into the late nineties scene with cutting riffs, and lyrics that spoke of injustice and hate across the globe. Their music is an anthem to many revolutionary and impoverished teenagers everywhere. Their Music is often compared to Leftover Crack , Choking Victim and INDK . No-Cash was founded in Nazareth, PA where the band first started gaining notoriety. Eventually the band recorded a split CD with New York based band Team Spider. Read more on Last.fm
No-Cash was a political riot ska-core band that burst into the late nineties scene with cutting riffs, and lyrics that spoke of injustice and hate across the globe. Their music is an anthem to many revolutionary and impoverished teenagers everywhere. Their Music is often compared to Leftover Crack , Choking Victim and INDK. No-Cash was founded in Nazareth, PA where the band first started gaining notoriety.

Eventually the band recorded a split CD with New York based band Team Spider. Their debut solo album "Run Your Pockets" sold very well in the underground riot ska scene. But due to differences within the band, they broke up in 2005. Their music continues to sell today and No-Cash has developed a devoted group of fans.

They themselves have said a reunion show is impossible. None the less, their music will continue to speak volumes to teenagers living in hostile environments. *No-Cash Has sold over 100,000 copies of its only album and is continuing to gain popularity. *As of early 2005, No-Cash has broken up. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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