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The Number Ones

THE QUANTITY Ones (in addition they spell it the #1s or the #No.1s sometimes) certainly are a rock-band whose music embraces the scrappy energy of first-wave punk rock and roll as well while the hooky melodies (and occasionally brokenhearted feeling) of ’70s power pop. Located in Dublin, Ireland, the quantity …

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Marvelous Darlings

With a lot of swagger and snot-nosed attitude, Marvelous Darlings match in the center of a punk-pop/revived garage area and power pop combine. The music group shaped in Toronto in 2007, made up of No Caution’s Matt DeLong and Ben Make (Make better referred to as Fucked Up guitarist Youthful …

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Kid Chaos

Molding big brass seems with hardcore punk comes Texas strap Kid Chaos. Fueled from the punk enthusiasm from the Dillinger 4 and Rocket Through the Crypt, Child Choas released their debut recording, Love in enough time of Scurvy, in middle-2000.

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The Prefab Messiahs

Purveyors of lighthearted garage area rock and roll revivalism, the Prefab Messiahs formed in 1981 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Primary users “Xerox” Feinberg, “Doc” Michaud, and bass participant Kris Thompson, all after that college students at Clark University or college, earned a revolving lineup of region musicians to greatly help play …

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Something Fierce

Something Brutal is a three-piece punk/pop music group from Houston, Tx whose music combines the audio and attitude of first-wave 1977 punk with a power and perspective that’s thoroughly modern, updating the assault from the Clash as well as the Buzzcocks for the 21st hundred years. Something Fierce had been …

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Lester Bangs

Nearly everyone acquainted with the work from the later, great Lester Bangs (his worn-out pulmonary and respiratory systems turn off in 1982 at age 33) knows him like a rock journalist for Creem, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, and countless additional magazines. Even though his crucial acumen, perspicacity, and acerbic wit …

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Dolly Mixture

This pop threesome of Debsey Wykes (vocals, bass), Hester Smith (drums), and Rachel Bor (guitar) formed a sharp contrast against the ruling post-punk and angst accumulating in London around 1979 with bands like Gang of Four getting heralded in the favorite press as the best things. Originally, Dolly Mix was …

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Stiff Little Fingers

Through the first wave of U.K. punk rock and roll, plenty of rings sang in regards to a globe full of assault and chaos, but Stiff Small Fingers didn’t need to imagine a dystopian globe — surviving in Belfast, North Ireland on the elevation of “The Issues,” law enforcement brutality …

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The Undertones

The Undertones slam-bang punk-pop drew its strength in one inescapable fact: you didn’t need a secret handshake to take pleasure from it. John and Damian O’Neill mated infectious acoustic guitar hooks to ’60s garage area, ’70s glam rock and roll, and Feargal Sharkey’s personal vocal quaver. Those characteristics came together …

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The Briefs

Looking such as a new wave music group sharply dressed up in skinny ties, bleached locks, and plastic shades, retro-punks the Briefs blasted onto the Seattle music picture within the latter 1 / 2 of 1999. The charmingly snotty quartet got sonic cues from past due-’70s United kingdom punk and …

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