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  1. #26
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    My favorites:

    AFI (edit - pre 2006... new album is definitely NOT punk)
    Pennywise
    Floggy Molly
    The Unseen
    Bad Religion
    Last edited by funkendrenchman; 06-06-2006 at 07:23 PM.

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    oh good, Bart hasn't posted in here yet.

    Buzzcocks
    The Damned
    Bad Brains
    Bad Religion
    Nomeansno
    Samiam
    DK
    Misfits
    Fugazi
    Minutemen
    NoFx

    Viva - yeah, jawbreaker

    I'm not following the new punk scene much, but I'd guess there is some good shit out there. Anyone with some leads. Real punk - no Blink pansy crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajamas
    I'm not following the new punk scene much, but I'd guess there is some good shit out there. Anyone with some leads. Real punk - no Blink pansy crap.
    the distillers
    go for rob

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    ^^ The Unseen

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    The Spits are tip-top.

    Anything on Swami Records.
    HI THERE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SponsoredByDuctTape
    Agnostic Front - N.Y. hardcore at its finest. The "Live at CBGB's" album is awesome. Roger Miret is a punk icon.
    my mom didn't like them at all.
    fine

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    does she like slapshot?
    go for rob

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    Page 2 and nobody has mentioned Crass?
    If you liked Subhumans, check out Citizen Fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshalolson
    does she like slapshot?
    i was never a big fan, so she never heard them.

    her faves: dead kennedys, youth of today and jfa
    fine

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    Wire's Pink Flag is a damn fine punk rock record. They moved away from punk pretty quickly, though. You'd have a hard time calling their second album, Chairs Missing, a punk record.

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    Blink-182 is great.
    The trumpet scatters its awful sound Over the graves of all lands Summoning all before the throne

    Death and mankind shall be stunned When Nature arises To give account before the Judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greydon Clark
    Blink-182 is great.
    I actually really dug Blink's first record....Cheshire Cat...when it first came out. It was so unproduced and sloppy it was pure gold. Was one of my college soundtracks I guess. But so were several Madball, Warzone, and Slapshot records...so yeah, I'm weird.

    slim -- good call on Naked Raygun.

    Also -- check out Sludgeworth. Maybe more pop-punkish, but way under-rated during their day back in '89-ish or so. Featuring several members of Screeching Weasel, they dominated the Chicago scene for about as much as you can for a year, before breaking up. Lookout Records still carries their discography CD (which isn't complete, which kills me, because there's this one song from an early 7" of theirs that I've been searching 4Ev3R 4!!!...arrrgghhh!!!)

    Here's a few tracks:
    www.myspace.com/sludgeworth
    (I hate the first track, Angry Man, but dig the others, espectially, "Nearest One to Stand Behind")

    Awwwaaaaay you riiiiiiideee...
    wwwwaayyy yo riiiide
    Awwwaaayyy you riiiiiide...


    ahhh memories
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam
    word. how much are the tickets?
    kind of expensive, $35 (+Ticketmaster charges) so i am still trying to decide if i will see them again or if i will see the more reasonably priced Raconteurs show, the next day, it is only $25. Both would be good shows
    ‎Preserving farness, nearness presences nearness in nearing that farness

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    $35 is powerful pricey. I guess thats Red Rocks though. I'd rather see Social D, but I don't really have $35 at this time.

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    Yeah i was thinking about going to one of those concerts with you guys, but 35$ its kinda expencive. I'd rather buy new ski's.

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    adam is offline The Shred Pirate Roberts
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    Same baxter

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    You can't leave the Sex Pistols out, you guys have no idea how much they energized things. And it still sounds good loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam
    $35 is powerful pricey. I guess thats Red Rocks though. I'd rather see Social D, but I don't really have $35 at this time.
    but are you not just starting a job that pays rather well...
    ‎Preserving farness, nearness presences nearness in nearing that farness

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    adam is offline The Shred Pirate Roberts
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    Yep, leaving for the first day in 30 minutes. I'll probably end up going. Lets just see the Raconteurs.

  20. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by marshalolson
    well, whatever... the whole skinhead/redlaces/united blood/united and strong bullshit is
    Ahhhhh, I think you and I could probably argue about those terms (along with Oi! and Skinhead Ska), and their historical significance for hours. But that's a discussion to be had over beers at a Summit party, so I'll save it.

    Anyone into noise punk? I thought I'd give it a shot and picked up some Locust, and downloaded some Genghis Tron and Blood Brothers. I'm really into anything that pushes the boundaries, so I like this stuff.

    As far as newer punk bands that haven't gone the way of Blink, et al., I kind of dig Union 13 for the fast/loud stuff, and I really like Raised Fist, who are more in the hardcore vein.

    Some other random new shit that peaks my interest:
    Error = Punktronica - Atticus Ross (former programmer for Trent Reznor), Leopold Ross, and Brett Gurewitz fuse punk and electronica.
    Behold...The Arctopus = Experimental noise punk/metal - Fuggin' amazing musicians. It's almost like an acid jazzed metal/punk mix. More rhythm than noise punk, more musical than either punk or metal, and really creative.

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    i seriously heart rancid. if you hate them we probably can't be friends.


    All time fav is The Clash. I also enjoy Dropkick Murphys, bouncing souls, op ivy (heh), and being from Edmonton SNFU of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkendrenchman
    My favorites:

    AFI (edit - pre 2006... new album is definitely NOT punk)
    Pennywise
    Floggy Molly
    The Unseen
    Bad Religion
    heh. I dated this guy in high school who was in a crap emo band... It didn't work out mostly because i hated AFI.
    Last edited by random; 06-07-2006 at 03:04 PM.

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    I dont have the same knowledge of music as most of you but have alot of what posted her that I love listening too.

    One I will add (might be a bad choice but still like them anywho)

    Billy Talent solid punk I think funny lyrics..

    "Being great must suck"

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    The Clash
    Bad Religion
    Face to Face
    Bad Brains
    Dead Kennedys
    MDC
    Suicide Machines (barely)
    Pennywise
    Ramones
    Misfits
    Offspring (early)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum
    Offspring (early)
    the offsprings first, selftitled album is very much RULE. that shit kicks ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by SponsoredByDuctTape
    Ahhhhh, I think you and I could probably argue about those terms (along with Oi! and Skinhead Ska), and their historical significance for hours. But that's a discussion to be had over beers at a Summit party, so I'll save it.
    sounds perfect. my argument will be in hand, along with a beer
    go for rob

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    Hey Random Edmonton had a great punk scene on the go. My favs were always the smalls if they are classified in the punk genre if not SNFU would be it.
    Move along nothing to see here.

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