British Punk Bands 70s

Punk British Bands 70s

The initial British punk sounds had changed dramatically, especially with the dissolution of Sex Pistols in 1978, in opposite directions. Clash/ Punk/ 70's British Punk/ Main Music Band/ Punk Fashion/ British Flag. Tuesday Monday WednesdayClassical Rock ArtistsMick JonesBritish PunkJoe StrummerThe Clash70s MusicPunk RockAlternative Music. In the middle of the 70s politics/society and crisis and the punk attitude and rebellion. 70' S SOFT PORNO TRACKS - FRENCH YEYE-SURFING.

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I' m writing this review with the masterpiece âNuggets: Originals Artfacts From The Psychedelic Eraâ, the 1972 double record - now available in extended quadruple CD format - compiled by Lenny Kaye (later by the Patti Smith Groupâ) with mostly little-known tracks, recorded by US groups and groups between â65 and â68.

Basically these groups had the ambition to retrace the tracks of their established colleagues from the British invasion, but because of a dirtier and freer sounds, which we would call today more indie, they actually invented a new subgenre: the âsexties-punkâ, which is also called "garage-punk" or exactly âgarage-rockâ. And it is â" true â" by âNuggetsâ that the authors Alessandro Bonini and Emanuele Tamagnini begin in this guide to the first in Italy dedicated to âgarage-rockâ, to provide a list of all bands in encyclopedic mode and very informative, which since the sixties, if not to attribute to the tone that has obviously strongly changed from the sixties until today, on a pure âgarageâ mentality.

After a brief introduction â", in which two pieces such as âLouie Louieâ and âHey Joeâ, which since the times of kings and leaves have been the indispensable lesson for thousands of âGaragenbÃndernââ" and a series of interviews with some of the protagonists of âepopea, among which Electric Prunes, The Remains and the Swedish Nomads stand out, the heart of the book begins, divided into four sections dedicated to the different decades.

It is clear that the section âAnni â60â is the most extensive and interesting, with all the groups of âNuggetsâ whose careers and lives have been traced to this day (including the inevitable reunions), including pieces from ninety of the great history of rock such as Stooges, MC5 and the Zappa-Turtles.

Leaner is the part that is dedicated to the 70s, lean times when only thanks to the emergence of punk skirt, subgenre âconfratelloâ, to blossom again an interest, albeit totally cult, for the garages, especially thanks to a kind of scene of NYC including cramps and meat colors. To be rediscovered interestingly and absolutely - something I promised myself thanks to this guide â" the bands active in the 80s, some authors of records of absolute value, like the London (but in reality multinational) barracudas, the US vipers and fuzztones, the Swedish nomads and the Italians Sick Rose.

Instead, a little perplexity leaves me with the section on the 90s that was excavated in the 100s: In my opinion, the basic criterion for a group's inclusion in the âGarageâ is that there is a tiny âbritish invasionâ influence; to include the White Stripes â" lovers of blue, white and zeppelin - it seemed a little exaggerated to me, as did the Modey Lemon, which have a different contiguity with the new ânoiseâ scene.

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