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what do you think of american punk bands?
there fuking great
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there a big load of bolllocks
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read again what have written!!!
i said that i liked their old songs, the ones on the cd Dookie for example, and that i didn't like theire new songs, they're just another pop-rock band now. seriously, i hate those songs also, but check out their old songs, you probably wont like them either but you'll have to admit that these are better then greenday of today.

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unitedpunkrock wrote:
read again what have written!!!
i said that i liked their old songs, the ones on the cd Dookie for example, and that i didn't like theire new songs, they're just another pop-rock band now. seriously, i hate those songs also, but check out their old songs, you probably wont like them either but you'll have to admit that these are better then greenday of today.

oi


its ok what you said..yeah...The Casualties are very good....I just wanted to tell about how much I hate that stupid guys...when they realised there is no money in punk they stopped to be punks...hm..like they have ever been real punks.... Rolling Eyes
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the offsprings 1994 "smash" album is the highest selling independant album of all time. and its a good album not a poor song on it in my opinion. but i do hate all their new shite.
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unitedpunkrock wrote:
i said that i liked their old songs, the ones on the cd Dookie for example, and that i didn't like theire new songs, they're just another pop-rock band now.



glen wrote:
the offsprings 1994 "smash" album is the highest selling independant album of all time. and its a good album not a poor song on it in my opinion. but i do hate all their new shite.


Funny to read all that... because at that exact same time, I thought media took the punk scene to make an amusement park for kids, it was in my opinion mainly pop-rock band back then and are still today; Not sayin' that they are talentless here, just that... It was the summum of the *cough* punk trend *cough* Rolling Eyes
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As far as this history of where punk was invented, its not like its trying to figure wot killed the dinosaurs. Look at some fucking albums! The Ramones first album invented punk. The guitars were thrashy, fast, and loud as fuck, especially for then. It came out in 1976 (the band existed since '74). Look at the cover. Their all wearing their leathers (for the bloke who said that was a reaction to UK punk). They were influenced that way by the Stooges and US rockabillies. They had a fuckin' song called "Judy is a PUNK" on that record. The Pistols and Damned put out their first SINGLES later that year, the Ramones had already gotten their shit together for a full record, UK tour, wearing leather, with songs about punks. The Buzzcocks put out an ep in late '76. Sid, and people in the Damned, etc, started wearin' black leather b/c of the Ramones and Johnny Thunders (another early US punk). Ask any '77 band what influenced them, and they'll say the Ramones. UK started with more the fashion end of shit, and with Malcolm's staged outrage, what got punk all the press. The music comes from the US. The Exploited at least are authentic in being outragous, and don't need no fuckin' clothing designers like Viv Westwood. Truth is tho, the music wouldn't be around w/o the States. Just like Rock n' Roll before that.
Another thing. Even tho punk fashion is UK, in truth, Richard Hell and Television was doing their spikey hair, ripped clothes, and safety pins in C.B.G.B. back in '75, and Malcolm admits he took notice.
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By the way the Misfits were a great US band. Misfits, Ramones, Social Distortion, and Stooges (almost punk), are the best US bands. Plasmatics too...
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Wendy O williams the female Wattie Razz
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Wendy O williams the female Wattie Razz

Yeh, I can see that. R.I.P.
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Is anyone into Jerry's Kids, from that "This is Boston, Not LA" Comp?
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Early Agnostic front (83-86)
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TSOL
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Suicidal tendencies (first album)
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Octo-Punk wrote:
There are some realy great bands in the early 80's scene.

Black flag (damage)
Bad brains
Minor threat
Dead kennedys
D.O.A.


Also i would like to add:

Circle jerks
Adolescents
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Worship F.Y.P. Todd changed my perception of what talent means. He's my hero.
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SmashItUp wrote:
As far as this history of where punk was invented, its not like its trying to figure wot killed the dinosaurs. Look at some fucking albums! The Ramones first album invented punk. The guitars were thrashy, fast, and loud as fuck, especially for then. It came out in 1976 (the band existed since '74). Look at the cover. Their all wearing their leathers (for the bloke who said that was a reaction to UK punk). They were influenced that way by the Stooges and US rockabillies. They had a fuckin' song called "Judy is a PUNK" on that record. The Pistols and Damned put out their first SINGLES later that year, the Ramones had already gotten their shit together for a full record, UK tour, wearing leather, with songs about punks. The Buzzcocks put out an ep in late '76. Sid, and people in the Damned, etc, started wearin' black leather b/c of the Ramones and Johnny Thunders (another early US punk). Ask any '77 band what influenced them, and they'll say the Ramones. UK started with more the fashion end of shit, and with Malcolm's staged outrage, what got punk all the press. The music comes from the US. The Exploited at least are authentic in being outragous, and don't need no fuckin' clothing designers like Viv Westwood. Truth is tho, the music wouldn't be around w/o the States. Just like Rock n' Roll before that.
Another thing. Even tho punk fashion is UK, in truth, Richard Hell and Television was doing their spikey hair, ripped clothes, and safety pins in C.B.G.B. back in '75, and Malcolm admits he took notice.


Blablablabla who cares?!?!
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SmashItUp wrote:
As far as this shitory of (.... saving internet space), .


Blablablabla who cares?!?!


Yes?!?!

Tss, the guy made a complet research on the subject in order to have argues for when he's tryin' to convince himself... Rolling Eyes

... BECAUSE YOU KNOW RAMONES WROTE JUDY IS A PUNK BEFORE EVERYONE ELSE?!! (fuckin' ice capades rules man... let's join Shocked )
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You know that Clint Eastwood invented Punk in the Dirty Harry movie in 1971 Very Happy

Well! do you? Punk!
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LMAO!!! In fact, you are WRONG, IT IS NOT CLINT EASTWOOD WHO INVENTED IT!!! A punk was, back in the 50's, a prisonner's erm.. 'masculine chick' awaiting for him to get out. Mwuahahahahahah!
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Cool! Cool
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Octo-Punk wrote:
You know that Clint Eastwood invented Punk in the Dirty Harry movie in 1971 Very Happy

Well! do you? Punk!


in that movie word punk has nothing to do with this punk we are loving.. Very Happy
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Coming from America, I'm naturally going to have some favoritism.

I do like Black Flag and Minor Threat (especially the later). I also like the Dead Kennedys; they have some songs which I hold up as anthems, particularly MTV Get Off the Air. I could go on and on.

I cannot stand crust punk, which consists of 99% of my local area (I've yet to find even a moderately strong Oi!/Streetpunk community).
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