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I think the first punk albumI brought would have been Discharge-Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing even to this day that album still kicks ass
 
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First for me were the New York Dolls, then Sex Pistols. I liked the Ramones just fine, but by far the band that reflected my teenage angst the best was the Pistols

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the first were dead kennedy's, crass, dead boys. all together on a tape a friend gave me back in 1983.
and i'm still thankfull for his gift, that how i got in touch with punk
 
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Post subject: re:Your first punk band  PostPosted: Apr 22, 2010 - 03:31 PM
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My first punk band was Sex Pistols when I was 13, as I was concentrated in Iron Maiden and other metal band the second band was Epoca de Recluta at 15 and then I start to listen much more punk

The song I hear from Epoca de Recluta (from Venezuela) was "La Ladilla Americana" in english is something like "the American annoyance" you could hear it in the myspace of the band http://www.myspace.com/epocaxdexreclutax

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17 Post subject: A real rarity nowadays  PostPosted: Apr 23, 2010 - 03:37 AM
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    'Damned Damned Damned' - The Damned (STIFF Records - SEEZ 1, 1977)
    I was lucky and got the cover with the wrong pic of the band on the back as an English import! You can see it on my site!

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I first noticed Devo, although not really a true punk band, but they got airplay here. Mongoloid specifically. Saw them on Saturday Night Live covering Satisfaction (1978?). Then I knew something was going on, and I started scouring the record stores. Found the Sex Pistols and was off to the races.

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I can go on, and on naming off punk rock bands, but I would have to honestly say the Suicidal Tendencies self titled album was really one of my biggest influences in wanting to explore, and listen to punk rock. I was also fortunate to grow up near a couple great underground clubs who would let me in underage so I was able to see all kinds of live punk rock bands which was huge for me. I used to plan every week, and weekend around what show I was going to next. I also had many friends I could thank who were musicians, into punk rock, and introduced me to all kinds of bands I may have never otherwise heard. I love good punk rock, but at the same time, I pretty much listen to anything, and everything.
 
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campp wrote:
I first noticed Devo, although not really a true punk band,


Really? Devo weren't punk? How do you come to that conclusion?

Would you agree with Wikipedia's definition of punk rock?
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Punk rock is a rock music genre that developed between 1974 and 1976 in the United States...

Punk bands created fast, hard-edged music, typically with short songs, stripped-down instrumentation, and often political, anti-establishment lyrics.
 
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Well yeah I guess they are for sure. I was thinking more about the British outfits that were fast and hard and nasty. Absolutely loved that stuff!

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