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Old 03-26-2006, 01:24 AM   #31
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London calling-the clash (punk? who cares...)
Everybodys happy nowadays-buzzcocks
Liar-sex pistols........

Punk is the reason why......
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Old 03-26-2006, 01:52 AM   #32
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sheep? nah, i'd say fish, though. you certainly took the bait.
Oh, amusing!
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"No Fun" by the Sex Pistols. I don't know if it's available on CD; I think it was the B-side for "Pretty Vacant." It was a remake of an Iggy (Pop) & The Stooges song.
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True Sounds of Liberty (aka TSOL): 'Code Blue'

Or, I'm also a fan of Iggy Pop's 'I Wanna Be Your Dog'


Love the Clash and the Ramones, though.
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Old 03-26-2006, 04:34 PM   #35
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Rebel Rebel - David Bowie
Waiting for the Man - Lou Reed
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I was so hoping someone would say "Vertigo" so I could have a nice pee in my pants.

Revolution by The Beatles.

It may not be fast enough or seem like punk to most people, but punk rock's always been about the attitude to me. So yeah, as bayernfc said on the last page, The Clash might not sound like a punk rock band on most of their albums, but they used their music as a weapon for change and that's punk to me. Their exploration into other styles of music makes them 100 times more punk rock than untalented douchebags like the Sex Pistols.

Lennon to me was one of the original punks, and Revolution just comes blaring out of the speakers like an assault. That guitar, that SOUND is a revolution unto itself. And the lyrics are daringly political for a pop band.
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Misfits - Die, Die, Die, My Darling
The Clash - Straight to Hell
Fugazi - Rend It
Subhumans - Subvert City
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The Clash - Police And Thieves

amazing song. might be my favourite punk song. . . next to 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
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amazing song. might be my favourite punk song. . . next to 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
despite the fact that it's not even a clash song?
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Old 03-27-2006, 01:23 AM   #41
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Um... I don't know about any one song... but the one song that I think best expresses the paradox of rebellious and socially critical music being presented through an inherently consumerist system... and for being a damn good rocker...

Death or Glory - the Clash

There are lots of songs I like more, but that song speaks volumes about punk and music in general.
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death or glory is possibly my all-time favorite song (honestly, i'm torn between it, straight to hell, and white man- of clash goodness, and some random other tunes). and as awesome as mike ness is, that social d cover...musical crime, i tell you.




the only thing that actually bugs me about this thread is all these classic punk fans come out of the woodwork to post a couple songs, but when someone (okay, it seems like usually just me) wants to talk about punk rock, i get replies from like two of you. where is everybody else then, hmm?
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haha, it's like me trying to talk about post-rock

let's open lots of Pink Floyd and Radiohead threads, IWB
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hay jitb, wats ur favrtit coldpl;ay and killerz songs?!?

kwick, stat a nu thread evrytime ur favrotie band plays a show!!!1!!!
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the only thing that actually bugs me about this thread is all these classic punk fans come out of the woodwork to post a couple songs, but when someone (okay, it seems like usually just me) wants to talk about punk rock, i get replies from like two of you.
Forgive me if I'm wrong.

It seems more to me that you're bugged by the fact that more people in this thread are listing some of the better-known punk acts (The Clash, the Ramones, the Sex Pistols) than other lesser-known punk, making them not-true-punk-fans and therefore making them incapable of contributing to a punk discussion.

If that's the case, well, I'll just stick to my Radiohead and Pink Floyd threads.
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