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Old 08-24-03, 10:17 PM
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punk

anyone listen to punk here?

heres some bands i like off the top of my head

op ivy
special duties
ramones
stiff little fingers
the clash
mdc
sex pistols
minor threat
forgotten
dropkick murphys
downfall(post op ivy)
brusiers
agent orange
suicidal tendencies
sick of it all
old afi
thought riot

tons more
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Old 08-24-03, 10:33 PM
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Punk bands that I like:
Good Charlotte
The Ataris
New Found Glory
Sum 41
Blink 182
A Simple Plan
Avril Lavigne
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good one.
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Old 08-24-03, 10:49 PM
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Originally posted by evenflow
Punk bands that I like:
Good Charlotte
The Ataris
New Found Glory
Sum 41
Blink 182
A Simple Plan
Avril Lavigne
LOL!
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Old 08-24-03, 11:17 PM
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Originally posted by evenflow
Punk bands that I like:
Good Charlotte
The Ataris
New Found Glory
Sum 41
Blink 182
A Simple Plan
Avril Lavigne
I admit I definetly at that list...thanks, evenflow.
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Originally posted by evenflow
Punk bands that I like:
Good Charlotte
The Ataris
New Found Glory
Sum 41
Blink 182
A Simple Plan
Avril Lavigne
Care to actually answer his question?

I like some of the older punk (Minor Threat, Television, Wire, Mission of Burma, a couple Crass songs here and there) but I like the variants of punk more - like post-punk and the (questionably titled) art-punk. Current ones that I like: Ex Models, Le Tigre, Q and Not U, Les Savy Fav, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Lot Six and Liars.

A question for anyone that knows the history of punk: a friend once told me that post-punk is a label for any punk band that formed after 1978-79. Is this true? I'd always considered it to be more of a style issue than a time issue.
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Originally posted by fallow
Care to actually answer his question?
I answered it.
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Old 08-25-03, 12:33 AM
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Operation Ivy and the Mr. T Experience are really the only two punk bands I still listen to.
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Old 08-25-03, 08:10 AM
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Originally posted by evenflow
I answered it.
I was under the impression that you were being snide. Nevermind, my fault.
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Old 08-25-03, 01:49 PM
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Post punk definitely occurred after the first wave of UK punk/new wave(76-79). Post punk bands as you know mixed elements of mainly British punk with other elements such as funk, goth,psych, industrial/Krautrock(NEU, Kraftwerk etc influences) and the glam artists such as Bowie, Roxy Music and Bolan/T Rex.

The bands run the gamut- the great Gang of Four funk punk(until the "I love a man in a uniform" fiasco) to Echo & the Bunnymen(many psych influences), A Certain Ratio(more funk), Early Cure,The Sound,Bauhaus,Joy Division, PIL, The Fall, Mission of Burma and the Proletariat to name but a few.

Technically, a band such as Cabaret Voltaire were post punk during the punk era but most of the identifiable bands were after the demise of British punk which was the year 1978. Most bands with any "punk" influence after 79 or 80 were called post punk(except for the early American hardcore bands of course which is a whole other great punk chapter)

If I have to pick one post punk record though difficult, I would pick Gang of Four- Entertainment with PIL's Second Edition and Mission of Burma's entire output(minus Max Ernst) on one Ryko CD release a close second. Its too hard to pick one. Hope this helps.

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Old 08-25-03, 02:13 PM
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Yeah, see, Gang of Four has always been slapped with the "progenitor of post-punk" label even though they formed in 1979 (I believe?). That's why it led me to believe that it is more style-based than anything else.

Just for ****s and giggles: Gang of Four, Entertainment is probably the finest album that punk, post-punk, art-punk, dance-punk has ever seen.
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Re: punk

Originally posted by Cornholio
anyone listen to punk here?

heres some bands i like off the top of my head


dropkick murphys
If you like Dropkick Murphys, you'll love Flogging Molly.
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Old 08-25-03, 04:39 PM
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My list (off the top of my head):

Operation Ivy
Rancid
The Clash
(early) Stiff Little Fingers
Bad Religion
Blink 182
Citizen Fish
Descendents
Dropkick Murphys
Flogging Molly
Green Day
MxPx
New Found Glory
NOFX
Ramones
Sum 41
Swingin' Utters
Taking Back Sunday
Thrice
Value Pac
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Old 08-25-03, 04:52 PM
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Some of my faves:

Ramones
Minutemen
Husker Du
The Germs
Television
The Dickies
Black Flag
early Devo
The Fall
The Damned
Wire
Radio Birdman

I know, they're all old-school. I only listed bands that are "traditional" punk (ha!). I could list a lot more that would be considered "post-punk" or "noise rock" (i.e. Jesus Lizard, Unsane, Melvins, Dwarves, ***** Galore, etc.)
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The Stooges
Ramones
Sex Pistols
The Clash
Dead Kennedys
Black Flag
Minor Threat
Green Day ( )
Rancid ( )
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I like the old-school stuff: Sex Pistols, Clash, The Damned, The Misfits, Black Flag, Dead Boys, and a bunch more I can't think of right now.
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The Queers and Screeching Weasel!!!!!
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The Queers and Screeching Weasel!!!!!
Word!

As far as bands like Blink 182 go, they may not be punk in the true sense of the word, but at least thier not "Limp Bizkit", "Pink", or "98 Degrees". They write good catchy pop songs.
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Re: Re: punk

Originally posted by saoirse
If you like Dropkick Murphys, you'll love Flogging Molly.
FM is currently my favorite band. And the best live show I've ever seen. They're working on their next album at the moment, but if anyone ever has the chance to see them play, definitely check 'em out!
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Originally posted by DodgingCars
My list (off the top of my head):

Rancid
Blink 182
Citizen Fish
Green Day
MxPx
New Found Glory
Sum 41
Taking Back Sunday
doesnt he relize those bands suck lol
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Wasn't a a die hard punk fan but here are some I like(d)....
Clash
Black Flag (also like Hanks solo)
TSOL (early)
DK
Ramones
Iggy/Stooges
Circle Jerks
The Damned
Buzzc**ks
MC5

EDIT: I actually like some of Rancid...why do people hate them so much...thought they were pretty good live as well.

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Old 08-27-03, 10:31 AM
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sorry, but for all of you, what is generally consitered "punk" music. I always consitered it playing really fast, but thats emo right?
Also is there a misfits gh album or any one or two standout albums for me to get hooked on
also, I'm sort of looking for what is consitered punk at its prime (late 70's-early 80's) but mainly a best of collection

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Old 08-27-03, 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by Rypro 525
sorry, but for all of you, what is generally consitered "punk" music. I always consitered it playing really fast, but thats emo right?
Also is there a misfits gh album or any one or two standout albums for me to get hooked on
also, I'm sort of looking for what is consitered punk at its prime (late 70's-early 80's) but mainly a best of collection
This is an article of a box set Rhino is doing for the fall ....

Rhino Records will release a four-disc punk box set, Ever Get the Feeling You've Been Cheated? The '70s Punk Rebellion, on October 28th. Following in the footsteps of the garage-rock anthology Nuggets, the set is designed to serve as a punk rock primer, spanning 1973 to 1980.
"I'm not doing this set for people who were there the first time or to 'give the kids a history lesson,'" says the collection's producer Gary Stewart. "I'm hoping that somebody new to rock & roll who just picked up albums by the White Stripes, Good Charlotte or Radiohead will find much to love here."

The 100-track compilation features songs from punk headliners like the Clash, the Ramones, Elvis Costello, the Pretenders and the Cure as well as outer-limits bands like Suicide, the Ruts and Mink DeVille -- but no song from the Sex Pistols, whose frontman Johnny Rotten gave the collection its title when he asked the audience the same question at the end of the band's 1978 farewell show.

"I wanted to turn people on to some of the great nooks and crannies of early punk," Stewart says. "If you're buying this set, you're probably aware of the Buzzcocks and the Ramones, but I want you to know about the Rezillos, the Rich Kids and the Heartbreakers."

"I wanted the listener to see how the artfulness of Patti Smith, and the pop revisionism of early Blondie, Nick Lowe and the Motors, and the humor of Ian Dury all came from the same place," Stewart continues, "and belong alongside the Ramones, the Clash and the more obvious practitioners."

Ever Get the Feeling You've Been Cheated? track listing:

Disc One:

"Blitzkrieg Bop," Ramones
"White Riot," The Clash
"Heart Of The City," Nick Lowe
"Boredom," Buzzcocks
"(I'm) Stranded," The Saints
"Neat Neat Neat," The Damned
"In The City," The Jam
"Final Solution," Pere Ubu
"Roadrunner," The Modern Lovers
"Little Johnny Jewel," Television
"One Chord Wonders," The Adverts
"Born To Lose," The Heartbreakers
"Search And Destroy," Iggy & The Stooges
"Let Me Dream If I Want To," Mink DeVille
"Oh Bondage Up Yours!," X-Ray Spex
"1 2 X U," Wire
"Blank Generation," Richard Hell & The Voidoids
"(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)," The Stranglers
"Cherry Bomb," The Runaways
"Personality Crisis," New York Dolls
"Teenage Depression," Eddie & The Hot Rods
"Two Tub Man," The Dictators
"Hey Joe," Patti Smith
"Your Generation," Generation X

Disc Two:

"Lust For Life," Iggy Pop
"Gary Gilmore's Eyes," The Adverts
"Saturday Night in the City of the Dead," Ultravox!
"What Do I Get?," Buzzcocks
"X Offender," Blondie
"Lookin' After No. 1," The Boomtown Rats
"Don't Dictate," Penetration
"Bingo Master," The Fall
"Free Money," Patti Smith
"The Modern World," The Jam
"Chinese Rocks," The Heartbreakers
"New Rose," The Damned
"Ambition," Subway Sect
"See No Evil," Television
"Suspect Device," Stiff Little Fingers
"Mannequin," Wire
"Baby Baby," The Vibrators
"Love Comes In Spurts," Richard Hell & The Voidoids
"First Time," The Boys
"Sonic Reducer," Dead Boys
"Shot By Both Sides," Magazine
"Mystery Dance," Elvis Costello
"Trash," New York Dolls
"The Day The World Turned Day-Glo," X-Ray Spex
"Do Anything You Wanna Do," Eddie & The Hot Rods

Disc Three:

"Ready Steady Go," Generation X
"Teenage Kicks," The Undertones
"Complete Control," The Clash
"Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll," Ian Dury
"Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've?)," Buzzcocks
"Rocket U.S.A.," Suicide
"Mongoloid," Devo
"Homicide," 999
"Mr. Big," The Dils
"Warsaw," Joy Division
"Where Were You?," The Mekons
"Lexicon Devil," The Germs
"(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures," The Rezillos
"The Wait," The Pretenders
"We Got the Neutron Bomb," The Weirdos
"Pablo Picasso," The Modern Lovers
"Action Time Vision," Alternative TV
"2-4-6-8 Motorway," Tom Robinson Band
"We Are the One," The Avengers
"Borstal Breakout," Sham 69
"Wasted," Black Flag
"Sheena Is A Punk Rocker," Ramones
"I Love Livin In The City," Fear
"She's So Modern," The Boomtown Rats
"Ghosts Of Princes In Towers," Rich Kids
"We're Desperate," X
"You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)," The Dickies
"Dancing the Night Away," The Motors

Disc Four:

"Hong Kong Garden," Siouxsie & the Banshees
"Public Image," Public Image Ltd.
"Hanging On The Telephone," Blondie
"Top Of The Pops," The Rezillos
"Adult Books," X
"The Sound Of The Suburbs," The Members
"California Uber Alles," Dead Kennedys
"Another Girl, Another Planet," The Only Ones
"(I Want To Be An) Anglepoise Lamp," The Soft Boys
"Radio, Radio," Elvis Costello & The Attractions
"Typical Girls," The Slits
"Human Fly," The Cramps
"Psycho Killer," Talking Heads
"Babylon's Burning," The Ruts
"If The Kids Are United," Sham 69
"Alternative Ulster," Stiff Little Fingers
"Boys Don't Cry," The Cure
"She Is Beyond Good And Evil," The Pop Group
"Is She Really Going Out With Him?," Joe Jackson
"Get Over You," The Undertones
"Love Like Anthrax," Gang Of Four
"Into The Valley," Skids
"You Can't Put Your Arms Round A Memory," Johnny Thunders
"Peaches," The Stranglers
"Love Will Tear Us Apart," Joy Division

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Also is there a misfits gh album or any one or two standout albums for me to get hooked on
There is the box set, which I need to save up and buy, that has everything with the exception of a couple (like 2 or 3 songs) that Glenn Danzig did. Do not waste your time on post-Danzig Misfits, they suck. If you do not want the box set there is Collection I & II, with collection I being self titled. These 2 will get you on your way to loving the Misfits and Glenn, there are some great songs not available on these though and this is where the box set is good, plus it comes in a coffin shaped box.
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this one good

1. She (Danzig) - 1:22
2. Hollywood Babylon (Danzig) - 2:20
3. Bullet (Danzig) - 1:38
4. Horror Business (Danzig) - 2:45
5. Teenagers from Mars (Danzig) - 2:43
6. Night of the Living Dead (Danzig) - 1:57
7. Where Eagles Dare (Danzig) - 2:08
8. Vampira (Danzig) - 1:21
9. I Turned into a Martian (Danzig) - 1:43
10. Skulls (Danzig) - 1:58
11. London Dungeon (Danzig) - 2:34
12. Ghouls Night Out (Danzig) - 1:57
13. Astro Zombies (Danzig) - 2:11
14. Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight? (Danzig) - 2:01
15. Die, Die My Darling (Danzig) - 3:09
16. Earth A.D. (Danzig) - 2:09
17. Devilock (Danzig) - 1:26
18. Death Comes Ripping (Danzig) - 1:53
19. Green Hell (Danzig) - 1:53
20. Wolfblood - 1:11
one reason I don't want single regular cd's is because the songs were really short and I don't want to spend 20 bucks on the 25 min cd.
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