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'77 Punk

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league  
17 Dec 2010 01:03 | Quote
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Hello everyone,

Well it seems ive made a transition from playing in a Heavy Metal band to early Punk band.

Aside from the more popular bands like Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Dead Boys, The Saints, etc. what are some good lesser known bands?

any input on '77 Punk would help.
nullnaught  
17 Dec 2010 01:52 | Quote
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Flipper is one of my favorites.

I like these guys too. Tony coca cola and the roosters.
league  
17 Dec 2010 03:01 | Quote
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awesome! thanks man, great music. Other day was almost gonna play with the MAu MAus aka Berlin Brats but they canceled. im falling in love with punk all over again
nullnaught  
17 Dec 2010 05:11 | Quote
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I was looking for an excuss to post those. Thank you.
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Dec 2010 11:40 | Quote
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cant go wrong with the Misfits.
league  
17 Dec 2010 11:46 | Quote
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Yeah I forgot to mention Misfits thats probably the one band I'm familiar with and the Adicts, which ive liked for years now.

If anyone wants to critique our band, check us out

www.myspace.com/thelastyears
macandkanga  
17 Dec 2010 13:16 | Quote
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TSOL
Channel 3
Blurt

I'll think of some others
nullnaught  
17 Dec 2010 14:41 | Quote
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Subhumans, Circle Jerk, The Exploited, Bad Brains, GBH
case211  
17 Dec 2010 17:10 | Quote
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Dead Kennedys!! :D

no idea if that actually pertains to this, I just really like them :)
league  
17 Dec 2010 17:14 | Quote
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thanks guys ive got a lot of listening to do. and yeah Dead Kennedys and Circle Jerks might be a bit later but still great punk bands.
Empirism  
18 Dec 2010 19:11 | Quote
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allright, now we talking m8 :P... ive grown up in later 70's and in 80's... been quite punk myself too in that days... In Finland was back in days quite cool punk scene...

Well... New york dolls, The Stooges, Velvet underground with Nico could be cool to check out, they had huge influence on birth of punk...

I also always liked UK subs, its pretty cool



Cheers!
Empirism
MoshZilla1016  
18 Dec 2010 19:57 | Quote
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Just out of curiosity I pulled this up on Wiki. I got more than I expected.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punk_rock

Pretty good reading IMO
Empirism  
19 Dec 2010 04:45 | Quote
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Punk is just more than music, its attitude and way of thinking maybe even more than music atleast how it turned in Finland back in time. Somehow its reflects on my behaviour or something now when I got up too, it left a mark :),

In work or in business world forexample where I work, I just have no friggin respect to authorities, I break their rules if I look that some thing could be done more reasonable. I never went to any fancy clothing or any damn piercing stuff, thats not the thing I see in Punk.

Nice to see that younger dudes still looking for that and keep Punk attitude alive.
case211  
19 Dec 2010 12:59 | Quote
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That's something I enjoy about the older punk rockers, is they have the sort of same attitude as many Thrash Bands(for good reason). Normal dudes who don't care what you might think of them, their music, their clothes, or their attitudes :)
I've sort of adapted that attitude myself in the last couple years and I love seeing other guys/girls like that(unlike the Metal-core scene where everyone looks like a freakin' hipster).
tinyskateboard  
20 Dec 2010 11:26 | Quote
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The Vandals..."airstream, Get Out of My Lane!"

Thank you for mentioning Flipper, Nullnaught. They are playing with Dead Kennedys in Oakland in February.
macandkanga  
20 Dec 2010 17:34 | Quote
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@case,

Yeah, when I was in a punk band in the seventies, I had a fro, played a Telecaster, and wore a tee-shirt and jeans. The typical mainstream punker had a mohawk and wore leather with spikes or something.
coleman  
21 Dec 2010 03:13 | Quote
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the stooges?
league  
27 Dec 2010 23:47 | Quote
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case211 says:
That's something I enjoy about the older punk rockers, is they have the sort of same attitude as many Thrash Bands(for good reason). Normal dudes who don't care what you might think of them, their music, their clothes, or their attitudes :)
I've sort of adapted that attitude myself in the last couple years and I love seeing other guys/girls like that(unlike the Metal-core scene where everyone looks like a freakin' hipster).
Empirism says:
Punk is just more than music, its attitude and way of thinking maybe even more than music atleast how it turned in Finland back in time. Somehow its reflects on my behaviour or something now when I got up too, it left a mark :),

In work or in business world forexample where I work, I just have no friggin respect to authorities, I break their rules if I look that some thing could be done more reasonable. I never went to any fancy clothing or any damn piercing stuff, thats not the thing I see in Punk.

Nice to see that younger dudes still looking for that and keep Punk attitude alive.
Agreed!

Excellent choices BTW to everyone who posted. Henry Rollins FTW always reminds me of what Rock n Roll is really about.
Empirism  
28 Dec 2010 04:57 | Quote
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Just couple vids, this our punk legend got international attention also (in undeground) ofcourse... anyway, enjoy





Cheers!
Empirism

tinyskateboard  
30 Mar 2011 14:05 | Quote
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Are you still playng the punk?
Empirism  
31 Mar 2011 08:22 | Quote
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Even my band plays more "hard rock" stuff, I play it with punk attitude, I perform with punk attitude... some of our songs are more punk rock than anyother thou so yes :).

I mean... when I am in the stage, I am far from Ritchie Blackmore style of play... Its time to release the steam out... sadly its quite often with cost of technique and correct playing... BUT... usually they dont even notice LOL.

Emp
deadman2k666  
31 Mar 2011 15:34 | Quote
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D.O.A. Canadian punkin ****in legends!


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