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Punk rock started in 1976 on New York’s Bowery, when four cretins from Queens came up with a mutant strain of blitzkrieg bubblegum. The revolution they inspired split the history of rock & roll in half. But even if punk rock began as a kind of negation - a call to stark, brutal simplicity - its musical variety and transforming emotional power was immediate and remains staggering. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ramones’ toweringly influential self-titled debut, we’ve compiled a list of the 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All Time. Their first album explored obsessions like robotics, Ronald McDonald and cannibalistic apes, making devolution feel like the future.

This is a list of punk rock compilation albums. Compilation albums played a particularly vital role in the development of new punk rock bands, since relatively few local bands had a large enough audience to justify their own albums. 5 Album Studio Set. 1977 Revisited. Singles Box. The Singles (1991 The Clash album). The Singles (2007 The Clash album). Sound System (album). The Story of the Clash, Volume 1. Super Black Market Clash.

The album that sent Paramore global. Displaying songwriting that the most accomplished of artists would be jealous of and still holding onto a feeling of youthful exuberance, this is the definition of modern classic. 13. as IT is - 'Okay. Having your heart broken have never sounded so damn good. Catastrophically relatable and coursing with soulful energy, Mayday Parade penned a break-up record for the ages. 08. state champs - 'Around the world and back'. Injecting more pop but losing none of their bite, State Champs put every foot right on this sophomore recording. Stay Together For The Kids'.

Wrong is the fourth full-length album by Canadian punk rock band Nomeansno. It was released in 1989 through Alternative Tentacles record label. Wrong was described by drummer John Wright as the band's "most popular album by a country mile".

Pop punk is about as American as it gets, so Jimmy Eat World titling their most popular album Bleed American is very appropriate. This powerhouse of an album contains the massive single, "The Middle," easily the pop punk anthem of 2001. 16. NOFX, Punk in Drublic. The band never took anything seriously - except for girlfriends and how to obtain them - which was as endearing and as playful as the San Diego trio's personalities. Plus, Dude Ranch also includes the single "Dammit," which is the first song every pop punk fan learns on guitar.

Buzzcocks sounded like a real band that actually played together. They were all wearing suits too, and they looked so cool and British. They really lined up with all the shit that I wanted to be: looking smart and writing really concise pop songs about heartbreak. On their debut album Unknown Pleasures, Joy Division – the one-time outsiders of Manchester punk – had, through sheer hard work and a crucial relationship with producer Martin Hannett, defined a compelling and audacious landscape of apocalyptic dread

Punk Rock was never meant to live as long as it has. It was meant to die tragically young and leave a beautiful corpse behind. But as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Sex Pistols scene-igniting debut album, it’s impossible not to look back in awe at how enduring, endearing and enlightening punk rock has been in the years since its first fervent fling in 1977. So we decided to try figuring out our favourite releases from each year since then ‘til now. Because that’s not a crazy idea and an undertaking we’d live to regret, at all. No way.

In the late ’70s, punk bands like the Sex Pistols and Buzzcocks began tiring of the standard rock tropes, and members went on to experiment in different directions, inspiring others-particularly in the UK and New York, but also in places like Cleveland and Athens, G. to incorporate unusual sounds, from electronica to free jazz to world music, into their punk-rock. If the Lisbon sisters of The Virgin Suicides grew up in late ’70s England, this is the music they would make. Robert Ham. 48. Killing Joke – What’s THIS Fo.

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A1 The Splash Four Crève Salope
Bass – Jipe S.*Drums – Gipe D.*Guitar – Lili Z.*Vocals – Jack A.*
A2 TV Killers Do You Love The Nazis
Bass, Backing Vocals – Buzz Drums – Xavier Lead Guitar – Olivier Mastered By – Olivier JoffrinRecorded By – Yves Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals – Philippe Vocals – Francois*
B1 Weak Gay Boy
Bass [Fuzz Bass] – J.C. Marshall*Drums, Vocals – Ronnie RolloGuitar, Vocals – Krackette From The Crypt*Recorded By, Mastered By – Olivier Joffrin
B2 Guzzlers Fine & Mine
Drums, Backing Vocals – Blondin Guzzler, F.X. GuzzlerGuitar, Vocals – Philippe GuzzlerRecorded By, Mixed By – Fred NorguetWritten-By – Guzzlers

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  • Distributed By – Groovy Eyes
  • Recorded At – Pôle Nord Studio
  • Mixed At – Pôle Nord Studio

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover] – Walter
  • Photography By [Guzzlers - Uncredited] – Harry Toudert

Notes

Track A1 originally performed by Métal Urbain, recorded & mixed June 96.
Track A2 originally performed by The Kids.
Track B1 originally performed by The Queers, recorded & mastered 12.96
Track B2 recorded & mixed at Studio Pôle Nord (Blois)

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