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Old 05-07-2011, 04:53 PM   #16
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Old 05-07-2011, 04:55 PM   #17
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Of interest to U2 fans, given the Lanois connection:

YouTube - simply saucer - instant pleasure

Proto-punk, by the way.
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I listened to four of the songs in here, cos I try to keep an open mind and you just never know.......but, yeah, Punk just never was my thing and I guess it's safe to say it never will be. Glad I gave these songs a listen, though, and, I will add that I find the advent and history of punk fascinating.
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can't wait till I get home to watch the videos shouter posted. Would've done it last night, but last night was a disaster that bled into today.
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Old 05-07-2011, 06:05 PM   #20
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YouTube - 01. black randy and the metrosquad - i slept in an arcade

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Old 05-07-2011, 11:28 PM   #21
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I don't care for punk myself, although I can appreciate the allure of it; most of my early songs were punk rock because they were so damn easy to write.

Seems like most examples of the genre that I like aren't really punk...you wouldn't link to post-rock in a "rock" thread (whatever the hell that may be), so I won't link to post-punk tracks here.

I really love early Jam though, for the melodies and shit:

YouTube - Jam - In the City
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The Jam I like too, actually.
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The Jam were more mod than punk. The only punk I listened to consistently was the Ramones.
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I figured as much. They rule anyway, and have the aesthetic going.

Buzzcocks sound interesting...maybe I'll listen to an album of theirs later. Can't decide whether to listen to an actual album or their singles collection though.
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The only record of theirs I've ever owned is/was Singles Going Steady. As fantastic as that album is, it feels like it's enough.
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Yeah, that's what I'm listening to now. Could see myself liking plenty of their material, but for now, this will suffice.
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Singles Going Steady has always been where I've relied on for the Buzzcocks. Great Jam track too, whether or not it belongs in here or not.

For the shit of it:

YouTube - The Jam - That's Entertainment

And one of Husker's more anarchic early tracks. 1:56 - flying V magic.

YouTube - Husker Du-In A Free Land
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Ramones I must confess I don't know all their songs but I simply love this band.
This song was the first thing that I've heard from them. It was in the movie Pet Sematary which is based on the Stephen King's book. I know Mr King likes Ramones a lot.

YouTube - The Ramones Pet Sematary
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Two songs by two of my favorite bands that probably couldn't be more drastically different, yet both are called "punk". Sorta funny how ridiculously broad the genre is.

47 second song that created a movement:

YouTube - minor threat - straight edge

The band who are in my opinion the most consistently good present day punk band (from the old HBO concert series 'Reverb'):

YouTube - The Bouncing Souls "Hopeless Romantic" LIVE
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Ah, before they turned New Romantics. This was alright, lead dude, IMO, was trying too hard to do a John Lydon impression. I'm going to have nightmares over that bald guy's laugh. Creepy shit.

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