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Inocentes

In early 1981, some friends in the functioning class borough of Vila Carolina, an all natural punk enclave in the town of São Paulo, teamed to create the Inocentes. Three had been former members from the Condutores de Cadáver (the Corpse Transporters): bassist Clemente, guitarist Callegari, and drummer Marcelino. With …

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The Drive

Among the initial Scottish punk rings with an impact beyond its immediate community, Dundee’s the Travel lined up while Gus McKenzie (vocals), Ron Neish (acoustic guitar), Bob Phillips (acoustic guitar), Roger Patterson (bass), and Ron Jack port (drums). Their debut solitary, “Jerkin’,” made an appearance around the NRG label in …

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Most Secret Method

Formed in the center of the 1990s — their first gig was on the semi-legendary Dark Cat Golf club in Washington, D.C. in 1996 — one of the most Secret Method symbolized area of the vanguard that was to represent the brand new direction which the D.C. picture was relocating …

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Cigar

Adding improvisational skills and a complex structure with their overly busy, three chord abrasives, Cigar stood away between the punk masses in which these were apart of since their 1996 origin. Shaped in Eugene, Oregon by Big Jon (drums), Jason (bass) and Rami (vocals/ acoustic guitar), the three got the …

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Crucial Three

Taking into consideration their sizeable egos, it’s a question the way the members of the key Three could actually fit their mind in the practice space of guitarist Pete Wylie’s home. The trio from the Liverpool-based group could survive around six weeks within each other’s business before disbanding. Shaped in-may …

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Yanka Dyagileva

Perhaps one of the most difficult, disturbing, and hauntingly beautiful voices of Soviet rock and roll, Yanka Dyagileva found prominence just after her 1991 suicide, when ratings of bootlegs and concert recordings rose to the top. Her intimate and creative ties with Grazhdanskaya Oborona — creator and Russian punk rock …

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Riot Squad

This U.K. punk music group were only available in 1981 in Manchester and released some intense and politically volatile EPs with tunes like “Civil Damage,” “Unite & Battle,” and “Hate regulations.” Vocalist Dunk Mason released a number of the information on his Rot label, ultimately collecting them on the full-length …

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Chase Long Beach

Produced in 2002 by Karen Roberts (vocals) and Patrick Fitzgerald (bass/vocals), globetrotting Southern California-based ska-punk outfit Run after Long Shore grew into an octet by enough time its debut EP (Strike from the Fuzzy Things) premiered in 2004. Going for a cue from third influx ska revival serves just like …

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Opposite Six

Curious that two middle-’60s Bay Region groups should share the same handle — yet this Sacramento-based outfit existed simultaneously with an identically named Marin Region combo — the second option group eventually spawning the Sons of Champlin. The Sacramento music group first shaped in 1965 as the surf-rocking Avengers and …

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Camisa de Vênus

Influenced with the precursors of Brazilian rock and roll, Raul Seixas, and Uk punk bands just like the Having sex Pistols, the Clash as well as the Buzzcocks, Marcelo Nova, a DJ at Rádio Aratu FM (Salvador, BA), curved up guitarists Karl Hummel and Gustavo Müllen, bassist Robério Santana, and …

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