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The Pioneers were a vocal trio that was instrumental in the beginnings of Ska and the worldwide popularising of Jamaican music

The Pioneers were one of the first Jamaican bands to achieve international chart success. They attracted a large audience in the U.K., mainly within the large skinhead scene brewing in the late 1960s. Their influence was directly felt in many of the Ska Revival bands on the Two-Tone Label, including The Specials, who covered “Long Shot (Kick de Bucket)”, and The English Beat, who covered “Jackpot”.

Pioneers was also the name of a Manchester based indie band in the mid 00’s.


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  • ticklishgio

    @BratRadist dont be such a music newbie. There was a real screamo band called Pioneers back in 2009 I believe. Respect the shit

    28 Dec 2013 Reply
  • BratRadist

    screamo wtf? go on home, fucking emo

    29 Feb 2012 Reply
  • Simon_24

    мне нравится

    12 Nov 2009 Reply
  • ElrahPrime

    Pioneers and not "The Pioneers" are freaking awesome. Glad they represent NJ :p

    30 Oct 2009 Reply

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