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 Post subject: Punk bands
PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 3:43 am 
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Swan Lee - I don't mind

The Raveonettes - Love in a trashcan , http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/move-over-sweden-20030904

The Raconteurs - Blue veins

The White Stripes - 'Seven Nation Army' "The White Stripes played their first show in July 1997, about nine months after bartender Meg White and upholsterer John Anthony Gillis married and began making music together. Gillis took his wife's last name and a dynamic duo was born. The marriage didn't last but the music did, and the White Stripes — Jack on vocals and guitars and Meg on drums — wound up signing with the indie-rock label Sympathy for the Record Industry, known for its roster of punk and garage rock." http://www.whitestripes.net/band-info.php

Nirvana - Come As You Are

Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit "If you compare Nirvana to recent "Punk" bands like Good Charlotte. Nirvana are way closer to the original Punk bands like Black Flag, Germs, Saints and Fear in attitude and sound. Your local record store clearly has it wrong, Nirvana are clearly punk." , by 'Paul' from https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100501143443AAgh68i , however, 'Siang Han' says Nirvana was Grunge

Nina Hagen - Somewhere over the rainbow

Nina Hagen - Stille nacht

Blondie - Heart Of Glass

Iggy Pop - The passenger

Iggy Pop & Kate Pierson - Candy

The B-52's - Party out of bounds & Private Idaho

Billy Idol - Sweet Sixteen

Billy Idol - Cradle of love

Billy Idol - Hot in the city

Billy Idol & Miley Cyrus - Rebel Yell LIVE

The Cramps - Big Beat from Badsville

The Clash - This Is Radio Clash

Stray Cats - Runaway Boys

Stray Cats - Rock this town

Stray Cats - Summertime Blues

Stray Cats - Rockabilly world

Stray Cats - Be-Bop-A-Lula

The Lords of the new church - M Style

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 Post subject: Re: Punk bands
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I guess your age and where you were in the late 70's would really impact what you define as Punk. First and foremost, I think of the Brit Punk movement and the Sex Pistols. The Damned, The Slits, The Buzzcocks, The Jam, The Undertones, The Clash, Siouxsie, even the Ramones first took off in the UK.

In North America, maybe NYD really started it all in the early 70's. Television, Teenage Head, Dead Kennedys, Dead Boys, Black Flag, Jelo Biafra, patti Smith.

Yeah, and even early Blondie. The Stranglers...Gang of Four...Joy Division....

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Nirvana punk? not really they kick started the grunge era after punk was dying a slow death.and in reality they were only extending what the "Grunge father" Niel Young started doing years before.
and i wouldn't call the White Strips a punk band either


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And some Forgotten Rebels and a little further west some Demics. And the Viletones. Canada has a great punk history too.

I wonder if Imants Krumins' parents still have his punk/record collection....

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Give me some Teenage Head

speaking of Teenage Head,back in the early 80's i worked/ran a speed and custom retail store and sold some van seats to the band for their "tour bus" aka a regular van.


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Che Cavolo wrote:
And some Forgotten Rebels and a little further west some Demics. And the Viletones. Canada has a great punk history too.

I wonder if Imants Krumins' parents still have his punk/record collection....

Forgotten Rebels- Bomb the Boats

Forgotten Rebels - I Think Of Her

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Teenage Head - Brand New Cadillac

Teenage Head - Let's go to Hawaii

Teenage Head - Wild one


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Yeah I don't really consider Nirvana punk at all. They were more influenced by The Melvins which was the proto-band for Sludge to come, but obviously they did their own thing with that high distortion tone.

I've never been a huge fan of punk, favoring metal which borrowed the aggressiveness of punk but upped the musicianship a bit, IMO. However, one of my all times favorite punk bands hasn't been mentioned yet, and that is Fugazi (Sebadoh is also good from the same era).

Best place to start IMO is here:
https://youtu.be/twLVVtMSEL4


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Have to say that Punk isn't really an interest of mine, though a friend is in a band and has gifted me a few LP's. These guys were full timers a number of years ago, eventually disbanding and getting straight jobs. They reformed and do festivals, and have been to Japan, Europe, and South America in recent years. So there is still an audience. They also released a new album last year.

https://belvedere.bandcamp.com/

This Spring sees them back in the UK, Spain, Italy and Belgium.


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"Copenhagen 1984. Ronni is a young, mediocre punk-guitarist at the danish punk band "De Skrigende Halse" (The Screaming Necks), eager to make it big in the death obsessed late-punk milieu." http://torrentking.eu/movie-1993/de-skrigende-halse-torrents/ , http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105424/ , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCXi1mgYcBw


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The Damned are playing Canada soon. Best punk band ever.

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The Ramones
The Buzzcocks
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The Damned are playing Canada soon. Best punk band ever.

The Damned ~ New Rose

The Damned - Shadow Of Love

The Damned -There'll come a Day

The Damned - Street of Dreams

The Damned - She


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