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21. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:18 GMT
If you have a punk thread shouldn't we include some early bands...
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22. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:23 GMT
@MERG Ha, ha Butthole Surfers, have one of the greatest names in rocks. I don't know much about them at all, but I can hear a bit of a Dead Kennedys type of sound in this track. The drums are driving this one like a runaway train. Nice one.
*** Edit Spooky, you posted a Dead Kennedys song, just as I was talking about them in reference to the Butthole Surfers song. You're hitting some of the roots of American punk with the above two songs, mate. I know @The_Fox will be up for a bit of a TV Party ****
Edited on Tue 3rd November, 2009 @ 20:27 by JamieO
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23. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:28 GMT
@JamieO...the Butthoel Surfers are another band I'm happy I can say that I saw. Although...they are disturbing live. Well, they are disturbing on CD too.
24. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:32 GMT
More classic punk...
25. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:36 GMT
@JamieO...from your side of the pond...
26. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:55 GMT
All the bands mention on here rock! You all should check out the first "Decline of Western Civilization" documentary movie for some other oldschool west coast punk bands, like the Germs, Bags and X. Btw, has anyone ever heard of this band?:[youtube:wld3jl0kgZ0][youtube:D-cUgRMd14s]
27. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:16 GMT
I am getting an education from this thread, lots of bands I might have heard the names of, but which I have never heard their songs. I hope that I don't sound like a know-nothing dweeb, but @spicoli 's two choices remind me of Bleach era Nirvana.Below is another from my side of the pond, Sunderland's finest punkers Leatherface with Andy taken from the BYO split with Hot Water Music. This one is later on from 1999."...and his drink was Guinness I think...Andy's walk amused us all...he was mystifying.[youtube:tyeLn-WHwQk]
28. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:25 GMT
@Merg Awesome choice on Black Flag there! I posted it in the other music thread the other day, but you can never have too much T.V Party.
@Everyone elseSome great choices here. Some of these songs I haven't head in years.
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29. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:31 GMT
@spicoli...never heard of them.
@JamieO...they are new to me too.
Here's an oldie...
Edited on Tue 3rd November, 2009 @ 21:31 by MERG
30. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:46 GMT
Time to add some more:
Who hasn't wanted some Astro Zombies at some point? (Please note this is the Misfits. NOT the MCR cover)
Going way back for this one:
How about something a little more alternative?I've always been a fan of Soundgarden, and this is probably their most aggresive song:
31. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:49 GMT
Stiff Little Fingers is a superb choice, here is Dropkick Murphys Get Up with the opening lines:I went North to see the Stiff Little Fingers play, The kids in the Belfast were tearing it up, Jake is the punkest dude I do declare, He got a leather jacket, and the spikey hair. "We All Fall Down." So Get Up Now.[youtube:boFralJcjZ8]
**** Edit @The_Fox Oh yeah, The Misfits is yet another great choice. A pop punk band from Seattle called Sicko covered Astro Zombies, too. ****
Edited on Tue 3rd November, 2009 @ 22:17 by JamieO
32. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:50 GMT
This would have been a better post before Halloween...
33. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:51 GMT
@JamieO...never heard of the Dropkick Murphys. Good stuff.
34. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 21:56 GMT
Man...I don't know how I forgot these guys while thinking of the past...
35. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 22:32 GMT
My favorite song by them is Queen Babylon, but this one is great too (before anyone asks about the KKK symbol use, it's meant to be ironic, their complete discography cd has an image of the members dressed in Klan robes getting hanged for example).
Edited on Tue 3rd November, 2009 @ 22:35 by SupermarketZombies
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36. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 23:06 GMT
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37. Posted: Tue 3rd Nov 2009 23:37 GMT
Some good song choices so far, some I have heard others I haven't. By the way the lead singer of Sugar looks like and sounds a little like Billy Bragg.
Here's Iggy and the Stooges with a classic - [youtube:TKYALsp-sIg]This is 3 of my friends band called Kiwi doing a cover of Ebin by Sublime, recorded on a phone so not the best quality but watchable - [youtube:naXai2nxE_4]
This is good
38. Posted: Wed 4th Nov 2009 00:30 GMT
Great thread, heres some random fav's no one has shared yet[youtube:LyUIJIdwEuA][youtube:opvdsKBHwl0]
Edited on Wed 4th November, 2009 @ 00:38 by Bikeage
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39. Posted: Wed 4th Nov 2009 00:33 GMT
Here's a classic.
Plain old gamer :)
40. Posted: Wed 4th Nov 2009 00:37 GMT
More greatness[youtube:Ebhk63N6f70] [youtube:0xE5f62vPOo]