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Johnny Moped

In virtually any discussion of punk’s biggest legends, the name of Johnny Moped forever looms huge — definitely not for the vitality of the vinyl, although few would deny how the Moped had few peers for the reason that arena; nor with the excellent chaos of the concert events, although, …

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Tubeway Army

Following a couple lineup shuffles, Tubeway Military — Gary Numan (aka Valeriun), Paul Gardiner (aka Scarlett), and Numan’s uncle Jess Lidyard (aka Rael) — debuted in February of 1978 with “That’s As well Bad” on Beggars Banquet, a furious fusion of punk and pop, but darkly cold and clinical. Throughout …

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G.W. McLennan

b. 12 Feb 1958, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, d. 6 Might 2006, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. McLennan found prominence within the 80s as you fifty percent of the celebrated Go-Betweens’ composing group with Robert Forster. From then on band known as the first 1 / 2 of their profession each day in …

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Generation X

Although not in addition to known as a few of their peers (the Clash, the Sex Pistols, the Damned, etc.), initial influx U.K. punk rockers Era X burst onto the picture at exactly the same time because the others. Even though they liked some moderate achievement within their homeland, Era …

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The Drug Addix

United kingdom R&B/punk group, Medication Addix served like a springboard for Surrey-born vocalist, Kristy MacColl, the daughter of English folksinger Ewan MacColl and dancer/choreographer Jean Newlove, who utilized the pseudonym, Mandy Question. Releasing an extraordinary, self-produced, EP, The Medication Addix Make AN ARCHIVE, they were asked to audition for Stiff …

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G.B.H.

The influential, long-lived punk metal band G.B.H. increased to prominence in Britain through the early ’80s when hardcore punk started inching toward rock. Originally created in 1979 in Birmingham, Britain, G.B.H. in the beginning known as itself Charged G.B.H. to differentiate itself from another music group using the same name. …

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General Public

Regarded by many as only an offshoot from the better-known ’80s British outfit the English Defeat, General Public even now enjoyed many substantial hits independently during their brief career. Soon after the divide from the ska-pop clothing the English Defeat in 1983, previous associates Dave Wakeling (vocals, delivered Feb 19, …

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Chargers Street Gang

A manic five-piece punk onslaught from Cleveland, OH, whose music merges the gritty get of early Midwestern punk icons like the Deceased Boys as well as the Pagans using the over-the top showmanship from the MC5 as well as the visionary noise of Pere Ubu, the Chargers Road Gang 1st …

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Demolition Hammer

NY City’s Demolition Hammer arrived in the East Coastline thrash metal picture circa 1986; immediately after, their first demonstration tape, Skull Fracturing Problem, began producing the rounds of indie record brands and tape-trading supporters alike. Another demonstration, entitled Necrology, appeared two years afterwards and proved sufficient to protected the group …

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Demob

Demob is among punk rock’s most outspoken groupings. Formed soon after the break up from the Sex Pistols in 1978, the Gloucester, England-based quartet roared with an identical punk-minded strength. Their debut one, “Anti Law enforcement,” elucidated their sights, while their concerts frequently ended in assault. Representing the eyesight of …

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