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    Punk in Drublic

    Not sure if there's been a punk thread here yet, now there is! Something about the stuff puts me in a good mood just about every time! Post up your favorites. Anything from the many, many sub-genres is welcome!

    I'll kick it off with the album that inspired the thread. This is a public forum, right? And we're punk!!

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    Drunk in public can be hazardous to your health.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Drunk in public can be hazardous to your health.
    Then its a good thing that Korn is merely Punk in Drublic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    Then its a good thing that Korn is merely Punk in Drublic.
    Oh I see what they did there.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Love me some Descendents!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Love me some Descendents!

    The first time I saw the descendents, they were the fastest band I'd ever seen.

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    I don't listen to punk much these days but used to like GBH, Dead Kennedys and Sex Pistols. Pretty mainstream but great stuff.
    Jazz these days.

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    Oingo Boingo / It's a Dead Mans Party.

    This song has a special spot in my heart. My X and I's first song that we danced to. Then later after dating we went and saw them live 3 times in San Diego.

    She passed away 3 years ago so it really hits me.

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    We can't talk about Punk without mentioning the Sex Pistols.

    "Never mind the Bullocks, here's the Sex Pistols" is still one of my all time fav albums.


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    Nomeansno and their offshoot, the Hanson Brothers.

    No, not THOSE Hanson brothers. These guys: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hanson_Brothers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Nomeansno and their offshoot, the Hanson Brothers.

    No, not THOSE Hanson brothers. These guys: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hanson_Brothers
    Yeah, they rock!


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    First concert I ever went to was Descendants, D.I. and SNFU ….show was in Long Beach, Ca. in the 80's.

    fugggggggggg, that was 30 years ago.


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    Personally, I prefer the 18 minute song, with its message for our times. Also, the trombone part.


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    Local punk band Teenage Head. I attended one of these venues at the time. I didnt like the front of the stage action and wasn't into the scene but I listened to the music. Got to attend a few after parties and backstage thanks to roommates connections.

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    Don't call me white! Love that album.

    Here's my contribution
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    The leg bone's connected to the Cash Bone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drwx View Post
    The first time I saw the descendents, they were the fastest band I'd ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyTrail View Post
    First concert I ever went to was Descendants, D.I. and SNFU ….show was in Long Beach, Ca. in the 80's.

    fugggggggggg, that was 30 years ago.


    Punks Not Dead!!! lol
    Man, bet those were good times! I can only hope they play again somewhere near me. You should check out FILMAGE, it's frikkin great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Nomeansno and their offshoot, the Hanson Brothers.

    No, not THOSE Hanson brothers. These guys: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hanson_Brothers
    I might have had a Nomeansno album or two back in the day, if I didn't I know my friends did. Might have even seen them live? Foggy memories of those days

    I'll check out The Hanson Brothers.
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    My favorite t-shirt in high school! I'm so sick of everything I just want to diiiiiiiieeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!

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    some weird crazed desert dweller.

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    Have always been a fan of old Strung Out, Propagandhi, and the Voodoo Glow Skulls.

    Anyways, this was the band I was in. Buddy of mine has always liked punk. Meanwhile I went to the darkside and became a full blown metalhead. But here in Springfield, the metal scene sucks! So I had to play punkrock.


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    I guess I posted too much yesterday, I got spam blocked after my last post in this thread. After that I started trying to remember all the bands I used to listen to in the 90's, and when it all started for me.

    I used to commute from Ventura County, SoCal into the San Ferando Vally, and on to wherever the job was with my rocker friend I grew up with. We worked for his uncle's drywall company doing all kinds of odd jobs, I think I was like 15. On our way home we'd often stop at this record shop in the valley called Moby Disc and pick through the used cassettes for some driving music. One day I came across the Circle Jerks Wild In The Streets. I have no idea why I gravitated towards it, never even heard or seen anything like them. We were into 80's metal at the time: GNR, the Crue, even Poison, lol! I remember asking my friend "is this good music?" I think he said "yah!!". I listened to that tape quite a bit but didn't start really getting into punk till the 90's when I got into skating.

    In high school I started hanging out with the skater kids. At that time I was listening to all sorts of stuff, from Eazy-E & NWA to Zeppelin & Rush. After a while I was listening to mostly harder punk type stuff. A couple of my friends were in a band called Stand as One, which later became Strife. I got into the Straight Edge scene, went to a lot of shows, saw a lot of SE bands, but never fully got into it.

    After high school I was getting more into skating and just general thrashing! Starting hanging out with my partner in crime who turned me on to the good stuff: Agent Orange, Youth Brigade, TSOL, lots of good skate music!

    I don't remember what happened to that old Circle Jerks tape, but it didn't matter, I had it on CD now

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    I just wanted a Pepsi!

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    some weird crazed desert dweller.

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    Ex thrashing skate punk myself also one of my favorite albums to play at the ramp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    My favorite t-shirt in high school! I'm so sick of everything I just want to diiiiiiiieeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!


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    One of these days I'll fire up the CD burner and get these digitized!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krigloch View Post
    Have always been a fan of old Strung Out, Propagandhi, and the Voodoo Glow Skulls.

    Anyways, this was the band I was in. Buddy of mine has always liked punk. Meanwhile I went to the darkside and became a full blown metalhead. But here in Springfield, the metal scene sucks! So I had to play punkrock.

    I like it!! Cool album cover, too! What did you play/sing?

    I like some harder metal, just never really hung around people who were into it, so I didn't get exposed to it much. I still like all the classic metal: Iron Maiden is one of my fav's, Priest, Motörhead, Sabbath/Ozzy/Dio, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drwx View Post
    The first time I saw the descendents, they were the fastest band I'd ever seen.

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    No one in the crowd really cared for them, we were waiting for the alley cats to play.
    I would advise not taking my advice.

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    Rancid... like this band



    It's ironic to like punk music and have a job

    I suppose the best place for a punk to be. Infiltrate the system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Rancid... like this band

    It's ironic to like punk music and have a job

    I suppose the best place for a punk to be. Infiltrate the system.
    One of my fav's! Punk's everywhere!

    My friends were working in some really wealthy person's house doing some high-end decorative painting, listening to Rancid. My friend told me the homeowner came in, you'd think he'd have told them to turn it down or change it, no, he was really impressed with the music!
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    I didn't want to be drunk in public but they threw me into public....

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    love suicidal. makes me want to go downtown on bikes and boards and get chased by police

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    Quote Originally Posted by 53119 View Post
    love suicidal. makes me want to go downtown on bikes and boards and get chased by police
    Possessed to skate!
    The leg bone's connected to the Cash Bone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    Possessed to skate!
    ha! these days longboard in the burb pulled by my gsd!

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    A local band, Frenzal Rhomb - Mum changed the locks


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    I'll be back with more after work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emu26 View Post
    I'll be back with more after work.
    Damn, doesn't that sound so punk, fail.

    Work has just been rained off so I am back.

    Not the greatest song of all time but there is something about this that just hits a nerve with me, even that off key piano at the end (play through the silence) probably one of my most played tunes on that itoon thingy.

    Bro Hymn - Pennywise



    Have just learnt that the silence and piano is actually not part of Bro Hymn, even though it plays that way on itoons, and is actually a "hidden" song which is " an extension of the original piano composition that marks the beginning of Pennywise's second album Unknown Road"

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    Quote Originally Posted by watermonkey View Post
    No one in the crowd really cared for them, we were waiting for the alley cats to play.
    After a couple months I heard Kabuki Girl

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    Here's my contribution
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    Bro Hymn - Pennywise
    That album and Unknown Road were played a lot during my sk8/snowboarding days, they kinda went hand in hand.
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    Duane Peters rockin out in U.S. Bombs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I like it!! Cool album cover, too! What did you play/sing?

    I like some harder metal, just never really hung around people who were into it, so I didn't get exposed to it much. I still like all the classic metal: Iron Maiden is one of my fav's, Priest, Motörhead, Sabbath/Ozzy/Dio, etc.
    Cool man! I just came in and played some guitar. Some backups also

    Here's the cover of the album. That pic is just for that song.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 53119 View Post
    love suicidal. makes me want to go downtown on bikes and boards and get chased by police
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    Possessed to skate!
    Haha yeah! Watching this video made me chuckle because when I was a minor I was arrested for B & E and skateboarding in the drained county swimming pool. Good times!

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    I started listening to some punk before I got into metal in a big way. Loved "Nevermind the Bollocks", and was a big fan of the Ramones. Got to see them on tour towards the end, with Supersuckers and White Zombie.

    Still have major respect for the Ramones.

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    If you have time to kill, go watch the backstage pass episodes on YouTube for NOFX. They have every episode. It's eye opening what bands as big as NOFX have to go through... And what a pillhead Fat Mike is.

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    Bump, for Fuzzle

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    And one of my favorite Vandals tunes I posted for Katz a while back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    And one of my favorite Vandals tunes I posted for Katz a while back.

    OMG, an 18 wheeler/open road cruising porn video!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    OMG, an 18 wheeler/open road cruising porn video!
    Katz was into it. He said something like that song made him want to get back on the road.
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    Saw these guys back in the early 90's at Bumbershoot. Bass, Drums and Sax. They were amazing.


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    These guys were so awesome live.


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    I can see/hear how both of those would be great live, even if The Damned sounded a little too 80's pop for my tastes

    Here's a group of songs I like from T.S.O.L.'s "Change Today", and a few other goodies the OP slipped in:

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    SURF PUNKS
    Locals Only Lyrics
    We went down to Deigo was big waves for all to see
    when we got into the water those boys threw rocks at me and screamed Locals only
    Then we go Ventura play concert for big money
    we play three songs the show is stopped they not think we funny they screamed Locals only
    locals only your sticks too long
    locals only your forgot your bong
    locals only you dont look quite right
    locals only you looking for a fight
    locals only you ugly up this place
    locals only get in front of his face
    locals only locals only
    now we have beach party naked girls will do the swim
    you shouldnt have been so mean to us cuz now you cant get in now we scream locals only locals only
    locals only you look weird
    locals only shave off that beard
    locals only (hey) your voice is loud
    locals only you know the wrong crowd
    locals only hey are you from france
    locals only no why wear underpants
    locals only locals only locals only locals only
    locals only locals only locals only locals only
    locals only locals only
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
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    I don't remember that one. Good stuff though. Am I to old to wear my Creepers and Doc Martin's?

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    SURF PUNKS
    Locals Only Lyrics
    We went down to Deigo was big waves for all to see
    when we got into the water those boys threw rocks at me and screamed Locals only
    Then we go Ventura play concert for big money
    we play three songs the show is stopped they not think we funny they screamed Locals only
    locals only your sticks too long
    locals only your forgot your bong
    locals only you dont look quite right
    locals only you looking for a fight
    locals only you ugly up this place
    locals only get in front of his face
    locals only locals only
    now we have beach party naked girls will do the swim
    you shouldnt have been so mean to us cuz now you cant get in now we scream locals only locals only
    locals only you look weird
    locals only shave off that beard
    locals only (hey) your voice is loud
    locals only you know the wrong crowd
    locals only hey are you from france
    locals only no why wear underpants
    locals only locals only locals only locals only
    locals only locals only locals only locals only
    locals only locals only
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    I want autonomy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I guess I posted too much yesterday, I got spam blocked after my last post in this thread. After that I started trying to remember all the bands I used to listen to in the 90's, and when it all started for me.

    I used to commute from Ventura County, SoCal into the San Ferando Vally, and on to wherever the job was with my rocker friend I grew up with. We worked for his uncle's drywall company doing all kinds of odd jobs, I think I was like 15. On our way home we'd often stop at this record shop in the valley called Moby Disc and pick through the used cassettes for some driving music. One day I came across the Circle Jerks Wild In The Streets. I have no idea why I gravitated towards it, never even heard or seen anything like them. We were into 80's metal at the time: GNR, the Crue, even Poison, lol! I remember asking my friend "is this good music?" I think he said "yah!!". I listened to that tape quite a bit but didn't start really getting into punk till the 90's when I got into skating.

    In high school I started hanging out with the skater kids. At that time I was listening to all sorts of stuff, from Eazy-E & NWA to Zeppelin & Rush. After a while I was listening to mostly harder punk type stuff. A couple of my friends were in a band called Stand as One, which later became Strife. I got into the Straight Edge scene, went to a lot of shows, saw a lot of SE bands, but never fully got into it.

    After high school I was getting more into skating and just general thrashing! Starting hanging out with my partner in crime who turned me on to the good stuff: Agent Orange, Youth Brigade, TSOL, lots of good skate music!

    I don't remember what happened to that old Circle Jerks tape, but it didn't matter, I had it on CD now

    I remember Moby Disc. You crack me up bring back all these old memories. My friend dated the Drummer (Lucky Lehrer) from the Circle Jerks. He moved on to become a international law attorney. Weird huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Oingo Boingo / It's a Dead Mans Party.

    This song has a special spot in my heart. My X and I's first song that we danced to. Then later after dating we went and saw them live 3 times in San Diego. A 9 year relationship.

    She passed away 3 years ago so it really hits me.

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    Altho not really punk, I do love those songs, DJ. It really must bring back memories every time you hear Dead Mans Party.

    Better to have loved and lost...than never to have loved at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzle View Post
    I remember Moby Disc. You crack me up bring back all these old memories. My friend dated the Drummer (Lucky Lehrer) from the Circle Jerks. He moved on to become a international law attorney. Weird huh?
    Ha...it's a small world, isn't it?

    Here's a raw look back into the Jerk's past, and Lucky rippin on the drumset.

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    I had the good fortune of seeing these guys when they rolled thru town in LA many moons ago. What was especially cool was Bruce Foxton (The Jam) on Bass.

    Good times.

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    Pretty much my all time favorite.

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    Great stuff, bunnykiller, New York is definitely the best Pistols song imo. Never heard much Stiff Little Fingers. I'm also not so familiar with The Jam, I'm listening to "Snap" right now on youtube, which I have on vinyl somewhere.

    Years ago I was doing some painting for an English couple and the husband turned out to be a full on punk rocker from the '80s. He had hundreds of CDs, if not thousands. We meant to burn me copies of a lot of his collection while I was working there, but the couple ended up getting a divorce and I stopped working with them before I got a chance to record much (the wife was a hardcore roadie, maybe that's why they split up ). I did end up with half a dozen CDs from "The Entire History Of Punk" box set, which was OK, too bad I didn't get to the real goods!

    I was watching some punk doco on amazon the other day and one of the first songs was "Babylon's Burning" by The Ruts, definitely one of my faves off the CDs I did get from that English chap!

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    Another fun one I've got on vinyl: Sid Sings "My Way"

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    Does "Oi" music count? If so here's a couple from one of my favourite movies from about 20 years ago.

    Pulling on the boots


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    Of course there are others like The Smack Song but that may cross the lines for posting here

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    Does "Oi" music count?
    Sure! Just not the racist stuff that is often associated with Oi! music...

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    exactly why I left out the Smack Song. Glad I had a listen to it first, I had forgotten how bad it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emu26 View Post
    Have just learnt that the silence and piano is actually not part of Bro Hymn, even though it plays that way on itoons, and is actually a "hidden" song which is " an extension of the original piano composition that marks the beginning of Pennywise's second album Unknown Road"
    The version of Bro Hymm and hidden piano song on Full Circle is in tribute to their bassist Jason Thirsk who died before making the album. Full Circle is their most aggressive album, in my opinion, and most likely due to the guys being in mourning. Jason's brother Justin sings part of it, and plays drums at the end.

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    Rock Surf, you must be from So Cal?? 98 Mute was in my regular CD rotation back in high school. You must've meant "Justin Thirsk's band 98 Mute." Being in high school in Orange County during the 90's was awesome as far as punk goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Ochmonek View Post
    Rock Surf, you must be from So Cal?? 98 Mute was in my regular CD rotation back in high school. You must've meant "Justin Thirsk's band 98 Mute." Being in high school in Orange County during the 90's was awesome as far as punk goes.
    Typo fixed, tnx. I'm from Nor Cal. Been listening to Pennywise since '92. Yeah the 90's were a great time for punk.

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    I'm sure I'm the oldest here...lol! Never heard of these bands. My friends and boyfriend were really into OI. I I liked some of the music, hair, and cool leather jackets with spikes however, I was more into the Dammed, Generation X, The Clash etc... I hated the racism and violence. I used to goes see show all the time. Bands like Peter and the Test tube Babies, Angelic Upstarts, Vice Squad and Cockney Rejects. I was always afraid of fights or riots breaking out. Did this happen in the 90's too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnykiller View Post

    I had the good fortune of seeing these guys when they rolled thru town in LA many moons ago. What was especially cool was Bruce Foxton (The Jam) on Bass.

    Good times.
    Did you know they are still touring? Stiff little fingers will be visiting down under early next year.

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    More: Wendy O Williams blows up things real good on the Fishin Musician with John Candy... Classic


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock Surf View Post
    I liked 'Shut your mouth and open your eyes' from AFI. It's actually in my current garage lineup.

    Face to Face, 88 Fingers Louie, Fugazi, Good Riddance, I could rant on and on about the good stuff from yesteryear that I still listen to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Ochmonek View Post
    I liked 'Shut your mouth and open your eyes' from AFI. It's actually in my current garage lineup.

    Face to Face, 88 Fingers Louie, Fugazi, Good Riddance, I could rant on and on about the good stuff from yesteryear that I still listen to.
    That's a good one. Face to Face is probably my favorite of all time. I met them when they came to Santa Cruz in 2000. Trevor chatted with me backstage for about half an hour.They were super cool. The AFI song I posted was from the last album of theirs I would consider punk. I like their newer stuff but Id consider it more pop-rock. Good Riddance's also one of my all time favorites. Their new album is good. There's a few of the good 90's bands still making good music. The new Strung Out is in heavy rotation at my house at the moment:


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    This albums cool because it's when Chris Shifflet from the Foo Fighters was in the band. Also the brother of Scott Shifflet, the bass player for Face to Face. R.IP. Tony Sly.


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    I'm sure I'm the oldest here...lol!
    Maybe. . . . . But I kinda doubt it :~)

    Just saw these guys two weeks ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Ochmonek View Post
    Rock Surf, you must be from So Cal?? 98 Mute was in my regular CD rotation back in high school. You must've meant "Justin Thirsk's band 98 Mute." Being in high school in Orange County during the 90's was awesome as far as punk goes.
    Took you long enough to find this thread

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    Typo fixed, tnx. I'm from Nor Cal. Been listening to Pennywise since '92. Yeah the 90's were a great time for punk.
    I was living in S. Lake Tahoe working at ski resorts, partying, and living it up in my mid 20's. It was a great time for punk in the mid to late '90s, especially all the stuff that came out that fit right in with my lifestyle at the time: Propaghandi, No Use For a Name, Good Riddance, Strung Out, Guttermouth, and so many others...all great stuff to get you pumped on the way up to the mountain!

    The best from Pennywise, imo:

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    Nice^^^. Listened to that album riding the other day.



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    I painted Scott Radinsky's bathroom, lol.
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    Was there carrot? There always seems to be carrot no matter how long it has been since you ate some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emu26 View Post
    Was there carrot? There always seems to be carrot no matter how long it has been since you ate some.
    A friend of mine ate carrots and Cheetos while getting drunk, and she puked, bright orange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I painted Scott Radinsky's bathroom, lol.
    That's cool. Pulley is a crazy revolving door band. Scott gets kicked out of his own band Ten Foot Pole because at the time he was also a major league pitcher for the Dodgers, and they wanted a singer more "dedicated", lol. Then creates Pulley with and guys from No use, face to face, strung out, ten foot pole and a few other part timers who were in the band on their off time from their own bands.


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    He's a busy guy, don't forget he's also: Scott Radinsky - Skatelab
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Good thread.
    I'm an old fart and I'm old school, mostly British 1st and 2nd generation punk.
    Pistols, Clash, Stiff Little Fingers, also a bunch of Oi stuff: Cockney Rejects, Sham 69, UK Subs.
    I also used to listen to riot grrls bands like L7 and Red Aunts, they can't play for shit but they're a lot of fun.

    Forgot to add: those so inclined should check out early 90's Cosmic Psychos (from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) - Blokes You Can Trust is probably their best album : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSSj...EC22A007BD55B9.
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    ^^^^^^ Wha Wha Whuuuuuuuut? Dude, I think we were separated at birth


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    Lol, Bro!

    The best five and a half minutes of punk evah!

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    As for me, I'm more of a prog-punk, noise rock kinda guy.

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    The LINE was fun to see live, they were a part of Veeco Records (Volcom's label). Saw them live a few times but my favorite was at a local movie theatre that was old and had theatres with stages. We were in high school and were drinking 40's in the parking lot and smoking the funny stuff. I remember they has a t-shirt thing there where they would press volcom stones and The LINE decals on your shirt.

    One of their songs is in my favorite snowboarding video of all time (Subjekt Haakonsen). Some good songs in that video including Primus' Over the Electric Grapevine and a punk sounding Beastie Boys.

    Snowboarding Music Soundtracks: Volcom Subjekt Haakonsen Music Soundtrack

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    I've herd of The LINE, but never actually herd them, pretty good!

    The Beastie Boys started out as a punk band, and I had the privilege of seeing them at a house party celebrating Shawn Palmer's birthday. It was right after I saw them at Boarding For Breast Cancer at Sierra at Tahoe.

    They played only punk rock that night...and it was good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I've herd of The LINE, but never actually herd them, pretty good!

    The Beastie Boys started out as a punk band, and I had the privilege of seeing them at a house party celebrating Shawn Palmer's birthday. It was right after I saw them at Boarding For Breast Cancer at Sierra at Tahoe.

    They played only punk rock that night...and it was good
    Pretty great memory, aye?
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    Skip to 19:15 on this one for the song that gets me going. Not very fast but meaningful. The whole album is good too


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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Pretty great memory, aye?
    It was! I was able to get within feet of the band, which was no small feat considering how packed the house was. I made it about half way and noticed something on the floor, it was a couch completely trampled flat, maybe a foot tall, lol! The whole house musta sustained damage that night. The Boys were rockin out in bright orange prison jumpsuits that they wore at B4BC.

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    Skip to 19:15 on this one for the song that gets me going. Not very fast but meaningful. The whole album is good too


    This was on rotation at that same period of time in my history, perfect for the ride up to the hill!

    Also, I saw Primus at B4BC the year before. It was a little rainy that day, and Lester bolted out "You are now about to witness the electrocution of Primus" right before laying it down on the bass. Good times!

    *Edit: Guess Primus was the year after the Beasties, here's a pic off the net of lester:

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    I had this on CD but I lost it, think I need to pick up another copy!

    If you're into punk, this is a must listen! I did some work for an English couple a while back, the husband had a frikkin huge collection of punk, a lot of stuff from the UK. They both loved this album.

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    ^lol

    Not sure if 88 Fingers Louie has been posted yet, good band.

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    As for me, I'm more of a prog-punk, noise rock kinda guy.
    Noise is right, lol! JK, I like a lot of stuff that people think is just noise.

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    Not sure if 88 Fingers Louie has been posted yet, good band.
    Haven't heard either of these bands yet, I'll have to do some more listening.
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    Hmm, bit late to the party, but in case the avatar didn't give it away, I like punk rock music...

    Old stuff, new stuff, it's all good. For me, it's all about the live shows, and NOFX would have to be hands down the most entertaining band I've ever seen. The on-stage banter, the "7 songs in 5 minutes", seeing a drunk Fat Mike get judo-flipped by Greg Graffin o Bad Religion while they were playing together (Auckland Town Hall Oct 09), and possibly the highlight, seeing The Decline played in its entirety.
    https://youtu.be/9AXXSa8YEic

    And Emu26, thanks for the flashback on Page 2, I haven't listened to Frenzal Rhomb in years! I first saw them back in 2000 and it was one of the first punk gigs I'd been to (actually, the second ever after seeing NOFX earlier that year), no barricade at the front, small venue absolutely packed, tackled a security guard into the crowd while trying to stage dive. Good times....

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    Hey David, better late than never

    I saw your post with a pic of you on the trainer with a busted arm watching youtube. I thought that looked El Hefe on the TV?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Noise is right, lol! JK, I like a lot of stuff that people think is just noise.
    Punk rock it's a mentality, brother. Or so I think.

    https://youtu.be/h9KF8VqbQis
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Punk rock it's a mentality, brother. Or so I think.

    https://youtu.be/h9KF8VqbQis
    Indeed...that kinda reminded me of fIREHOSE, but a bit more chaotic.

    https://youtu.be/qrP6RY5nW4c
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    Washington, D.C. hardcore punk-reggae legends Bad Brains have had a tumultuous career since forming in 1977. The band started out playing jazz fusion along the lines of Chick Corea and John McLaughlin until they were introduced to punk via The Dead Boys and The Sex Pistols. They remain one of the very few all-black punk bands. The band members became devout Rastafarians after seeing Bob Marley perform in 1979 and singer H.R. (Human Rights, real name Paul D. Hudson) wanted to steer the band into more reggae rather than punk and heavy metal. Songs like “I Luv I Jah” and “Jah is Calling” were open professions of their faith. However, H.R. left the band a few times, along with his brother, drummer Earl Hudson, and concentrated on reggae with his band Human Rights. But for the past 15 years both men have remained in Bad Brains consistently.

    One of the best stories about Bad Brains has to do with the recording of their third album, I Against I for Greg Ginn’s SST Records.

    In 1986 H.R. was arrested and convicted on marijuana distributions charges. Rather than scrap the album or wait until H.R.’s release from prison, the band kept the recording sessions in Massachusetts going at the encouragement of producer Ron Saint Germain. H.R. provided the vocals for the song “Sacred Love” over the phone from Lorton Reformatory in Laurel Hill, Virginia. H.R. unscrewed the mouthpiece of the telephone so that there could be no background noise and sang into it. Saint Germain still describes “Sacred Love” as “the best makeout song ever written.”

    Sacred love starts at 20:41.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Indeed...that kinda reminded me of fIREHOSE, but a bit more chaotic.
    Hmm. fIREHOUSE reminds me of a different band that I can't remember now.

    Last concert I went to was these guys. Sadly this is an enthusiastic crowd in St. Louis.

    https://youtu.be/SJxd_Lu8VPA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I saw your post with a pic of you on the trainer with a busted arm watching youtube. I thought that looked El Hefe on the TV?
    Bingo, wondered if anyone would recognise him. He sure looked Fresh-off-the-boat back in 1993! They were damn tight back then too, still good now, perhaps just a little more comfortable now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Hmm. fIREHOUSE reminds me of a different band that I can't remember now.

    Last concert I went to was these guys. Sadly this is an enthusiastic crowd in St. Louis.

    https://youtu.be/SJxd_Lu8VPA
    That's the kinda noise I can listen to!

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    Bingo, wondered if anyone would recognise him. He sure looked Fresh-off-the-boat back in 1993! They were damn tight back then too, still good now, perhaps just a little more comfortable now...
    I'm surprised it actually was him, and that my brain's facial recognition system even works, lol! I posted an ep or something by him in a thread that got binned a while back. Can't remember the name or what songs/instruments he played, I'm pretty sure it was some kinda horn. I'm thinking the cover was dark blue and for some reason I think he was wearing a Scooby-Doo T shirt. It was really good, wish my memory was as good as my facial recognition.

    Well...this turned up in my Googler, not what I was looking for, but he is wearing a dark blue Scooby-Doo shirt

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    Those damn obnoxious teenagers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Well...this turned up in my Googler, not what I was looking for, but he is wearing a dark blue Scooby-Doo shirt
    That whole show is a good watch, Mike and Hefe's opening (drunken) dialogue is hilarious!

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    I feel like I should share at least one typical punk song. I was thinking about the stuff I used to listen to maybe about 7-9 years ago and this came to mind.



    I was also thinking about my first punk rock experiences, and I realized the Beastie Boys was about the first real punk I ever heard. We had a 2-disc anthology of their stuff, and that really threw me through a loop. I liked it. Also kinda weird they did a country bit for a minute.

    Then I listened to the Ramones a lot for a while. That got old quick for me.
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    Specifically, this was the first Beastie punk song I heard.

    Country Mike was just ridiculous. "He's country Mike".
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    I've been on a Fugazi kick, lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Indeed...that kinda reminded me of fIREHOSE, but a bit more chaotic.

    https://youtu.be/qrP6RY5nW4c
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    Hmm. fIREHOUSE reminds me of a different band that I can't remember now.

    Last concert I went to was these guys. Sadly this is an enthusiastic crowd in St. Louis.

    https://youtu.be/SJxd_Lu8VPA
    I figured out what fIREHOUSE reminded me of. It was in your next post. Minutemen. Now I know why, because it's what they had to do after the one member died. Wow. Only took me a couple of weeks to realize it. One of my former bosses was a huge Minutemen fan and was in a regional hardcore band in his youth, though he was a very unimposing and squirrely guy when I knew him, and probably back then, too.
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    Oh yes, I don't usually think of Fugazi as a punk band, probably because I got into them in the mid-90s as a grunge-loving teen, but there's no doubt about their roots and ethics. And they absolutely kick arse live!

    https://youtu.be/56s4CApxghk

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    Quote Originally Posted by David R View Post
    Oh yes, I don't usually think of Fugazi as a punk band, probably because I got into them in the mid-90s as a grunge-loving teen, but there's no doubt about their roots and ethics. And they absolutely kick arse live!

    https://youtu.be/56s4CApxghk
    At a point, defining more and more genres seems si pointless. Punk, hardcore, post- hardcore, and on and on...yeah, whatever.
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    Agree completely. I was talking more about my own thought process (eg. if you said "name ten punk bands in ten seconds" Fugazi wouldn't likely be a name that came to mind) rather than where they fit on the musical spectrum. Songs like Great Cop and KYEO are no doubt pure punk rock, but IMO there was also a lot of what I'd call "weird 90's guitar noise" type music (like Sonic Youth) that goes beyond what is typical of the genre.
    There's no way I'd dare say anything to do with Ian MacKaye isn't punk, but IMO Fugazi certainly were more than just punk band (not that there's anything wrong with being "just a punk band"!).


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    Fugazi although awesome is not punk.



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    Hmm, can-o-worms trying to say what is and isn't punk...


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    I once caught flack from a guy for referring to Bad Brains as punk and not hardcore. This is why genres are dumb. The roots are obvious and post-hardcore is just a stupid label. So I'm curious, what's the criteria?

    It's like saying I can't call Led Zep rock and roll because it doesn't sound like Chuck Berry.
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    Fugazi was the first "real" show I went to back in 91 or 92, still in high school, straight edge, naive, it was epic!

    Punk?

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    Punk is Punk, it's not that hard. It's about the sound. If it were just about attitude, you could argue that Johnny Cash was Punk. I'm trying to find the article, but Ian MacKaye has said Fugazi is not Punk.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock Surf View Post
    Punk is Punk, it's not that hard. It's about the sound. If it were just about attitude, you could argue that Johnny Cash was Punk. I'm trying to find the article, but Ian MacKaye has said Fugazi is not Punk.
    Interesting, and I'm not disagreeing and trying to paint Fugazi as a punk band. But if it's all based off the sound, does that mean that The Clash made a mix of punk and non-punk music? Does that still make them a punk band?

    Anyway, no doubts about this...

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    They've got that attitude...

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    I think we can all agree that this is not punk... or can we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I think we can all agree that this is not punk... or can we?
    I think we can all agree that punk and reggae come from a similar vein of unrest and should be considered like company though I'm not that into reggae.

    There is a reason the Clash covered Junior Murvin's song Police and Thieves after all.
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    Here's the show I went to: Fugazi Live Series: Los Angeles, CA USA 9/08/91

    Can't remember what our most anticipated song was, Sieve-Fisted Find, Promises, Waiting Room, Long Division, and Repeater were all high on the list for sure.

    *Can't leave out Shut the Door!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    I think we can all agree that punk and reggae come from a similar vein of unrest and should be considered like company though I'm not that into reggae.

    There is a reason the Clash covered Junior Murvin's song Police and Thieves after all.
    I think "punk" is code for IDGAF, lol
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    Weird album, but I like it!

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    I had it in my CD player alarm clock for a while, great to wake up to, much better than EEE...EEE...EEE...EEE...EEE...
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    Still one of the most most fun concerts (not gonna say "best live band" ) I've been to, my voice had gone by the end of it!


    Not this particular show btw, but MFATGG in Auckland years ago. Two hours of "all hit singles", as Spike kept reminding us...

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    I like short songs.
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    I hung out with these guys in high school, we were the troublemaker/skate/punk kids, lol. They put this album out a few years after we graduated.

    I'm not the best at picking out good drumming, but everyone said Sid was really good.

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    My Ex. Boyfriend is the Bass Player. I didn't find out till years later that they actually had a following and decent success. I chatted with him on Fakebook to catch up. He's still an unmarried Punkrocker and lives like a teenager who makes a good living doing it. Hilarious!


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    I'm an unmarried Punkrocker who lives like a teenager, just not making a good living doing it, lol.

    I've heard of Down By Law, might have even had one of their CDs. I just listened to some of their songs, but they're not sounding too familiar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I'm an unmarried Punkrocker who lives like a teenager, just not making a good living doing it, lol.

    I've heard of Down By Law, might have even had one of their CDs. I just listened to some of their songs, but they're not sounding too familiar.
    Not familiar to me either...lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I'm an unmarried Punkrocker who lives like a teenager, just not making a good living doing it, lol.

    I've heard of Down By Law, might have even had one of their CDs. I just listened to some of their songs, but they're not sounding too familiar.
    Forgot to mention that being single, immature and a punkrocker is a good thing. You'll liver longer...ha ha!

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    You'll liver longer...ha ha!
    My liver might not agree with you.
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    Drink Kombucha

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    That stuff looks nasty! Also looks like it's got alcohol in it, and I don't drink anymore.
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    That stuff looks nasty! Also looks like it's got alcohol in it, and I don't drink anymore.
    I don't like beer much so when I go out I drink it as a substitute.

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    A good friend is going to be in town in a couple weeks, and we're having a party. Needless to say I've been coerced into playing drums for a punk cover set. Actually looking forward to it. About half Ramones and Bad Religion.
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    Murphs are good^^^. Reminds me of how Pennywise lets you on the stage for Bro-Hymm.


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    The first two songs on this album are absolutely masterful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    A good friend is going to be in town in a couple weeks, and we're having a party. Needless to say I've been coerced into playing drums for a punk cover set. Actually looking forward to it. About half Ramones and Bad Religion.
    Sweet, share the video footage here afterward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Sweet, share the video footage here afterward.
    I will try to make that happen. If anything maybe just audio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    A good friend is going to be in town in a couple weeks, and we're having a party. Needless to say I've been coerced into playing drums for a punk cover set. Actually looking forward to it. About half Ramones and Bad Religion.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Sweet, share the video footage here afterward.
    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    I will try to make that happen. If anything maybe just audio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepyguy1001 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Sweet, share the video footage here afterward.
    So Hawg is that your auntie in your new Avitar?

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    Before they became famous and were still Punk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Looking forward to it. Another great quality of yours revealed. Like
    What are you trying to butter me up? Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzle View Post
    Before they became famous and were still Punk.
    I didn't know they started out as a punk band. Belinda Carlisle's brother and I used to play with Star Wars action figures in their backyard, he never said anything about that.

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    Do it man!

    You shouldn't have any trouble covering Bad Religion's drummer, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I didn't know they started out as a punk band. Belinda Carlisle's brother and I used to play with Star Wars action figures in their backyard, he never said anything about that.



    Do it man!

    You shouldn't have any trouble covering Bad Religion's drummer, lol!
    Pretty dang cool huh? My husband was a big fan use to see them at the Whisky all the time back in 1980. They were very hardcore partying types. I wonder why your friend never told you this?

    Speaking of Bad Religion; Do you know this song? I love this one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzle View Post
    Pretty dang cool huh? My husband was a big fan use to see them at the Whisky all the time back in 1980. They were very hardcore partying types. I wonder why your friend never told you this?

    Speaking of Bad Religion; Do you know this song? I love this one!
    We were to busy going "pew-pew-pew" and "Luke, I am your father", lol!

    I know all the BR songs, my friend insisted we listen to them from SoCal all the way to Utah and back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post

    Do it man!

    You shouldn't have any trouble covering Bad Religion's drummer, lol!
    It's all the same drum beat! The only songs I really have potential to totally fail at are Linoleum by NOFX and Falling Apart by Lagwagon. NOFX is mostly just a speed game though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    NOFX is mostly just a speed game though.
    Every time I've seen them I'm always impressed at how calm Smelly looks while playing so fast!

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    Speaking of NOFX, always good to hear Melvin on vocals!

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    That's Melvin on 6 strings
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    Quote Originally Posted by drew925 View Post
    Yeah that video with that pablo picasso song can't add two dang videos man
    This reminds me a lot of something like King Missile or The Dismemberment Plan.

    Speaking of which, this album has been my jam for about 8 months now.

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    Now there's a [band] name I haven't heard in years!!

    "Hey Cletus, we got a 90 pound turkey...


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    Made the connection a day late when I looked at the date and thought: August 9th, isn't there a song...


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    Nice, I've been waiting to hear that. Interesting that you put it in this thread instead of yours, it does have a punkish sound to it.

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    Not bad, I haven't heard anything off their last triple album I must admit. Did anyone else hear a flashback to Offspring's self-titled album mid-way through?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Nice, I've been waiting to hear that. Interesting that you put it in this thread instead of yours, it does have a punkish sound to it.
    Yeah I debated which thread to put it in and decided on this one. Just enough punk riff I thought.

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    Not bad, I haven't heard anything off their last triple album I must admit. Did anyone else hear a flashback to Offspring's self-titled album mid-way through?
    I had to listen to that part a few times, but yeah I can see what you're sayin'.

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    This song came up on Pandora today in the car, haven't heard it in a few years:


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    I like short songs...

    wait, wrong song
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzle View Post
    Before they became famous and were still Punk.
    This brought back some memories... I used to mix these guys in LA back in '80 for a while when I was stuck there on a tour with the punk band I was touring with from the UK. I filled in a bunch of dates with them at the Whiskey, and I think it was the Starwood too. Might have done a couple at the Troubador also, but memories are hazy
    Hard party times!
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    Totally diggin' these chicks album. They just released it on Fat Mikes label. It's a little juvenile of course, but there's some great harmonies and riffs.


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    See if they have been mentioned yet.

    https://youtu.be/dkzIzEsAtgA

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    May as well bump this thread. Been grooving on this Tera Melos album from last year. Imagine if Robert Fripp went surf punk.

    https://youtu.be/JGRwMrJXGBs

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    This is on amazon prime now...I always loved the Captain's sort of playful vision of punk.


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