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  1. #51
    Weren't Dayglow Abortions Canadian too? I heart "Dog Farts." And Youth Brigade - known as an L.A. punk band, but they were originally from somewhere in Canada.

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    I really like Taking Back Sunday.
    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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    What I'm listening to, pretty much in order until you get to the bottom (a lot are repeats, some ska mixed in):

    I listen to these a lot:

    Bad Religion
    Rise Against
    Social D
    Transplants (not really punk)
    Face to Face
    Pennywise
    Rancid
    Ignite (Pennywise/Rise Against fans should check these guys out)
    Against Me! (Bob Dylanish, but angry and louder)
    Op Ivy
    Authority Zero
    Bouncing Souls (their new album is pretty good)
    Sum 41 (I don't give a shit what anyone says, Chuck is a great album)
    The Vandals
    Diesel Boy
    The Descendents

    I listen to these occasionally:

    Mike Ness (Social D singer, rockabilly, not punk)
    Offspring
    Goldfinger
    Minor Threat
    Lagwagon
    Distillers
    Thrice
    Real Big Fish
    Guttermouth
    Propagandhi
    Good Ridance
    Screeching Weasel
    No Use for a Name
    Unwritten Law
    Dead Kennedys
    88 Fingers Louie
    Misfits
    Black Flag
    Fugazi

    I probably have more if I go through cds I no longer listen to...

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    I found this compilation at more library about a month ago and have been loving it.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...Fencoding=UTF8

    A little pricy to buy, but maybe you guys can find it somewhere else.
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    Putting together a really good punk mix here. Most of this stuff kicks ass, but I don't think anyone has surpassed Dead Kennedys. Keep them coming guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam
    Most of this stuff kicks ass, but I don't think anyone has surpassed Dead Kennedys.
    I agree the Dead Kennedys are definatly the best.

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    My all-time favorite is MxPx' first two - not the bubblegum pop they put out now.

    Other notables in my collection:

    Rancid - Out Come The Wolves
    Pennywise - Unknown Road
    NOFX - Punk In Drublic
    CIV - Set Your Goals
    Social D - Mommy's Little Monster
    Operation Ivy

    Lot of other derivatives too, stufft I'm not so sure it could be categorized just as "punk".. Camper Van Beethoven, Minutemen, Pixies

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    Yep, that is all.
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    You should post naked pictures of this godless heathen.

  9. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by crashnburn'd
    I listen to these a lot:

    Ignite (Pennywise/Rise Against fans should check these guys out)
    Yes, very good. If you like them check out Uniform Choice.

    Quote Originally Posted by crashnburn'd
    I listen to these occasionally:
    Reel Big Fish
    That's funny. I was singing karaoke with Andrew Gonzales and Matt Wong Friday night.

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    No Use For A Name - Leche Con Carne

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    Butthole Surfers
    Die Kruezen
    the Accused
    negative approach
    brainiac
    husker du
    SS Decontrol (only the early stuff - when they become ssd they turn metal)
    DYS (" -see above)
    dag nasty been mentioned yet?
    edit:
    i forgot one more grea one:
    Government Issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by SponsoredByDuctTape
    Yes, very good. If you like them check out Uniform Choice.
    Wow. A deep cut from the early days of straight edge hardcore.

    Also, I’ll second the recommendation of Negative Approach. Pretty caustic stuff from early-‘80s Detroit. They’re playing a reunion show in September at the Touch and Go block party.
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    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
    Also, I’ll second the recommendation of Negative Approach. Pretty caustic stuff from early-‘80s Detroit. They’re playing a reunion show in September at the Touch and Go block party.
    them and Scratch Acid ,who should also be on the list(as well as the JEsus Lizard) are @ the T&G block party. wish i lived in chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdlv
    them and Scratch Acid ,who should also be on the list(as well as the JEsus Lizard) are @ the T&G block party. wish i lived in chicago
    The Fucking Lizard ... the line-up the block party is amazing. Deep cuts from the T&G catalog along with a bunch of their new acts (which are really good). Midway is a hub for Southwest, I might fly out for the show if I can organize the funds and friends to go with.
    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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    Re: Uniform Choice
    Quote Originally Posted by Greydon Clark
    Wow. A deep cut from the early days of straight edge hardcore.
    I'll say. How 'bout some 7 Seconds, Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, BOLD, Doughboys, Earth Crisis, Step Above, Token Entry. Graven Image, anyone?
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    I second the Husker Du reccomendation, also Suicidal Tendancies, and GBH-City Baby Attacked By Rats

    Good Luck,
    Jay

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarsB
    Re: Uniform Choice


    I'll say. How 'bout some 7 Seconds, Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, BOLD, Doughboys, Earth Crisis, Step Above, Token Entry. Graven Image, anyone?
    Gorilla Biscuits were hardcore/straightedge correct? Seems to me they played a lot of shows with Uniform Choice.
    Token Entry - haven't heard that name since about '84. My friend's brother had them on a compliation with Ill Repute and China White.

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    Saw the Bouncing Souls tonight. Very good show as usuall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eCr412
    Saw the Bouncing Souls tonight. Very good show as usuall.
    I saw rise againt/bouncing souls in november. They were both very good.

    Just got some new clash, distillers, and another dead kennedys cd.

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    My list would be a page or so, but in the end it boils down to:

    Minor Threat
    Fugazi
    Social D

    For me, these guys nail it!

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    AFI- Black Sails In The Sunset

    The greatest punk album of the last 15 years.
    Salt, Sweat, Sugar on the asphalt

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    What about Dropkick Murphys? Oh yeah and check out Lars Frederickson and the Bastards.

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    This thread needs a good bump. Some more bands to look into:
    Dead Pets
    Slapshot
    Kakistocracy (only if you like thrash)

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    Agreed.

    Something I forgot about that's pretty cool - Slayer's "Undisputed Attitude." Slayer covering TSOL, Minor Threat, DI, etc.

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    Don't forget the Melvins (they're not pure punk, but where else are you going to put 'em?), or anything else on the AmpRep label was pretty damn good - Helmet, Today is the day, Cows, etc.
    Refused (more Hardcore)
    Hot Water Music
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