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This is not a list of the most beautiful songs of Californian punk from the 90s, but a list of the most representative songs that will make you love and regret a happy ten years for Californian punk rock. They are from the 80s, but it was impossible not to do without the legendary social distortion, the drum intro with bass and guitar that follows Don't pull me down was a source of inspiration for many songs.
Only a few albums and a lot of changes at the guard, where only Mike Ness is always at the front line, now have quieter sounds, but always remain epic. They also come from the 80's, they were certainly the first after which the Californian punk was named, if they had not been there, this ranking would not exist.
They have made an immense number of albums, very similar, but always beautiful and still produce songs fast and never banal, American Jesus is not their most beautiful but certainly one of their most representative of the 90s. 8 - Total Immortal - A.f.i. This one, unlike the previous ones, is less well known, but it is the one who made the Afi successful, supported by the descendants who also made the covers (they were on Nitro Records when it was Dexter Holland of the Offspring) when they played their punk rock with missfitsian inspiration; now they turned to much more rock and much more commercial music, but we liked them that way".
To see the Videoclip, comes immediately the desire to buy a skinate, beautiful videoclip, beautiful song that should not be missing in any track list Punkrock/Hardcore melody that respects itself. On average every 2 years they produce a CD and even if they are always very similar, you are always on the safe side with them.
Certainly, musically they are the most consistent of all together with Bad Religion. Nothing to say, perhaps the most technical and fun group in the Californian punk scene. Always very active both on stage and as new albums, but in the new albums something is missing. They still remain epic and linoleum is one of their best songs.
One of Blink's funniest songs, there was still the old drummer and they hadn't sold it to the majors and Mtv yet, funny clip to a pop-punk/punkrock song that is suitable as an entry into the world of punk rock. The only ones I've included twice in the charts, famous even for amateurs of the genre, change in the last albums impressive punk songs with songs you can't understand what they have to do with them.
Coming out and playing was a success, but it was perhaps the song that made them into less political lyrics and more carefree and funny songs like prettyfly that is a bad musical copy of it. Certainly the most famous song of the mythical Rancid, very funny, all for singing and dancing, but it's been a while since Rancid have produced songs that come close to the size of their second and third work number plates in 1994 and 1995.
Although they were at the height of commercial success with Pretty FLY, the album "Americana" didn't forget to leave us a milestone in punk rock, although they were sold to Sony, although they softened the tone, this song remains a bomb. They are fucking rock stars now, I'm the first to hate and despise them, they don't do punk rock anymore and many people wonder if they ever did, they were in the right place at the right time and they were successful, but it's undeniable that the basketball case wasn't a great song with a funny song that brought millions of people to punk rock and put the guitar in the hands of millions of children (including me).