Most supergroups are like the NFL probowl, tons of name recognition, but no real reason to pay any attention. This was absolutely not the case with NYC's Pilfers. Featuring ex-Toasters Coolie Ranx (who also managed to perform guest vox on seemingly every 3rd wave bands album in the late 90’s), Bim Skala Bim's Vinny Nobile on co-lead vocals and trombone, the rythm section from NYC's Skinnerbox: Anna Milat-Meyer, on bass & drummer James Blanck, and guitarist Nick Bacon from The Erratics. This band pioneered a reggae/ska/punk hybrid unlike anything that had come before. Their self released album is simply a masterpiece which stands as one of the brightest moments of the 90's Ska Revival, and the combination of two of the genre's most enigmatic frontmen made their live show unbelievable. WHITE VINYL!