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Naked Raygun

Alongside Hüsker Dü, Nude Raygun was among the 1st U.S. post-punk rings of the first ’80s that merged melodic affects with punk/hardcore. Created during 1981 in Chicago, IL (and mainly inspired by such art-punkers as Cable and Gang of Four), the group included several different people during its ten-year profession, …

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Poster Children

Poster Children certainly are a high-energy punk-pop music group that formed in 1987 in Champaign, IL. Playing what they contact “post influx” music, their three full-length produces illustrate why they will have a die-hard cult pursuing: their capability to create hard however melodic tunes and their do-it-yourself beliefs, which includes …

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Jello Biafra

Following a demise from the Dead Kennedys within the wake from the financial and emotional disaster which was their 1986 obscenity trial, vocalist and free-speech icon Jello Biafra released a solo job, devoting a few of his produces to spoken phrase observations on American culture and politics among others to …

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Penetration

The only real summation you can label of the career of British punks Penetration is, just what a disappointment. In 1977, Penetration released a vintage chunk of punk rock and roll defiance entitled “Don’t Dictate.” With Pauline Murray’s impassioned vocals (sounding a little like X-Ray Spex’s Poly Styrene) at the …

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Pete Shelley

Pete Shelley, the first choice from the seminal punk music group the Buzzcocks, actually got recorded a single recording in 1974, 2 yrs prior to the Buzzcocks shaped. Released in 1979, Sky Yen was a assortment of digital music that didn’t audio similar to his full-time band’s blistering electric guitar …

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Magazine

After departing the Buzzcocks in 1977, vocalist Howard Devoto formed Mag with guitarist John McGeoch, bassist Barry Adamson, keyboardist Bob Dickinson, and drummer Martin Jackson. Among the initial post-punk bands, Mag held the edgy, anxious energy of punk and added components of artwork rock, particularly making use of their theatrical …

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Visqueen

Visqueen was formed in Seattle by way of a handful of Washingtonians along with a ex – Jersey gal. Ben Hooker (drums) and Kim Warnick (bass, vocals) will be the local people, while Rachel Flotard (electric guitar, vocals) is normally (or was) the out-of-towner. Ahead of Visqueen, Hooker and Flotard …

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The Jasmine Minks

Most known to be among the first rings in Alan McGee’s Creation label, the Jasmine Minks were formed in early-’80s London. Originally a trio focused around vocalist Jim Shepard, the music group went through many lineup shuffles throughout their extended, bumpy, and eventually resilient background. The band’s different musical passions, …

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We Are Going To Eat You

This UK band was formed in 1986 by Julie Sorrell (b. London, Britain; vocals), Paul Harding (b. London, Britain; electric guitar), Paul ‘Veg’ Venables (b. London, Britain; bass) and Chris Knowles (b. London, Britain; drums). The cumbersomely called group peddled a cross types of pop and rock and roll infused …

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Madcap

Southern California punk rock-band Madcap met up in 1999 and come up with their 1st album by using an indie label which was headed by pals in LA. Before shifting to printer ink a cope with SideOneDummy Information past due in 2000, the music group performed at nightspots in Orange …

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