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etnies & Pepper Contest!

Feb 2 2007 / Friday


Kona, Hawaii's favorite sons make their long-awaited Atlantic/East West Records debut with their fourth studio album, No Shame. It's a bold artistic leap forward for the Island-born-and-bred, California-based trio. No Shame defines what Pepper is all about.

"No Shame is different from the other albums we've done because we had so much artistic freedom," says singer-guitarist Kaleo Wassman. "We had plenty of room to explore the range of possibilities of the band, which was so much fun to do."

With the band's trademark penchant for the musically unpredictable firmly in place, No Shame is indeed a tasty and rewarding blend of styles and sounds unlike anything Pepper has recorded before. The 18-track collection, which was recorded over the better part of a year, in a variety of SoCal studios with no less than 4 producers, is triumphant culmination of months of hard work that began on the road in the summer of 2005.

To celebrate the release of No Shame, etnies and Pepper are teaming up to give you some free goodies. Fill out the form for your chance to win a free pair of etnies, a Pepper CD and a Pepper T-shirt! Good luck!

17 Comments etnies & Pepper Contest!

  1. holllarrr

    Nicholas Steben
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  2. Hey,I have a question.Where can my friends and I skate at if our town doesn't have a skatepark?Also what can we do to get better at skateboarding?And I liked your skate video.

    Posted: 8 years ago,
  3. Soweeet!

    Kane Selleck
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  4. Yo those are sick

    Posted: 8 years ago,
  5. Hey Brandon, tennis courts are the perfect little area if you don't have a skate park. Just make sure it's okay to skate there. Me and my friends started by making our own little happy boxes and placing them on the court.
    The main thing to work on, especially if you're kinda new, is your ollie. Always try to go bigger and land cleaner. The ollie is the most important to get down. After you're comfortable with that, move onto flip tricks and rails...
    Hope that helps

    Posted: 8 years ago,
  6. easy a skateboarder can do it.

    blog hogs
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  7. I love tennis courts....they are so smooth

    Big G
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  8. ARTTO IS AWSOME///98888888888887

    Posted: 8 years ago,
  9. man i hate our main street so much stuff to skate on.get caught and then get locked up.

    Blake Baylor
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  10. Motocross for life

    Posted: 8 years ago,
  11. thank-u

    theresa demars
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  12. fuck that shit!

    Bruno Henrique
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  13. Hello! Hello?

    Bob Barton
    Posted: 8 years ago,
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    Posted: 8 years ago,
  15. 3tNiezzzzz...

    diego bandido
    Posted: 8 years ago,
  16. my sister has lupus

    Posted: 8 years ago,
  17. sup cuz

    taylor pack
    Posted: 8 years ago,

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