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Old 01-10-2011, 03:44 PM   #1
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Post Punk late 70's early 80's

First off....a highly influential group


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Old 01-10-2011, 03:56 PM   #2
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Old 01-10-2011, 04:07 PM   #3
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I wont post links but you have to include -
The Clash (probably the most important band of that era)
Joe Jackson
The Police
Elvis Costello
Blondie
On the heavier side of punk -
Black Flag
Bad Brains
Dead Kennedys ( I actually hung out at a party with Jello Biafra @ 10yrs ago)

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Old 01-11-2011, 03:54 PM   #7
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good call on mission of burma!


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Old 01-11-2011, 03:58 PM   #8
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always liked "the jam" too

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Ministry (AFTER Al Jorgenson started using acid)

local band called "The Zone", played what they called "politico-rock"
Pretty cool tunes, and fun to party with backstage.....They were married guys, and they played after spending thier days doing other meneal jobs.

Adam and the Ants

Buthole Surfers

Dead Kennedys (Holiday in Cambodia)

Soft Cell (not the "tainted love" stuff, but the "sex-dwarf" stuff)

New Models

Plasmatics (shame that Wendy O'Williams took her own life)

Midnight Oil (good music but heavy into the aboringinize rights lyrics, but still good tunes)

DEVO (I learned the lyrics to "can't get no satisfaction" from their version)

I can remember spending MANY a Friday and/or Saturday night at the Rathskellar in Kenmore Square, Bunratty's in Allston, The Channel in South Boston, and AXIS (formally SPIT) on Lansdowne St.
Saw some great actrs and had some very interesting nights in those joints.
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A lot of people forget that where these guys came from...


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Amazing how much of a Musical Genius this guy is....




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And now my All Time favorite....love these guys. If you asked your parents describe a rock band....this would be it.
Saw these Guys at The Metro on Landsdown St......one of the best shows I've ever seen.














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A lot of people forget that where these guys came from...

back in the day, at that time, they were my favorites...I bought Boy and October when they came out and really identified with the whole Christian theme on October....it's their least popular album but my personal favorite



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I had a chance to see them at the Orpheum back then...for free...and said nah...one of my more stupid mistakes

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ok - I dont want to start our usual debate cuz you think I always argue with you, but the Ramones are punk, practically the fathers of it , soo the thread is really POST punk,..... bands ones who reacted to and were influenced by the Ramones, Sex Pistols and many others. Not being a doooosh, just clarifying, This music was a big reaction to the big 60s 70s rock gods, theatrics, big solos, long tunes.
The Ramones are one of my fav bands. I really think the whole concept of "alternative" rick can be describer as post punk. Punk rockers gave a whole new life to music
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and the singer is a surfcaster (Narragansett Surfcasters) and occasional poster in the club forum.....

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Jim, to your point about the Ramones being punk, wouldn't you put the Clash in that category too? They definitely meet the definition of punk. You also listed Black Flag and the Dead Kennedy's, which I'd consider more early hardore punk than post punk.

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Jim, to your point about the Ramones being punk, wouldn't you put the Clash in that category too? They definitely meet the definition of punk. You also listed Black Flag and the Dead Kennedy's, which I'd consider more early hardore punk than post punk.

Yeah, I was just going to go there too....He's such a doosh

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