If I was ever asked to compile my all-time top 10 it would probably read something like this.. (in NO particular order)
1) Orgasmaddict - Buzzcocks
2) Pretty Vacant - Sex Pistols
3) Hanging Around - The Stranglers
4) Noise Noise Noise - The Damned
5) Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
6) Holiday in Cambodia - Dead Kennedys
7) Germ Free Adolescents - Xray Spex
8) Butcher Baby - Plasmatics
9) Sheena Is A Punk Rocker - The Ramones
10) Alternative Ulster - Stiff Little Fingers
Okay, I'll play:
Depression - Black Flag
No Such Thing - Agent Orange
Los Angeles - X
I'm So Bored With the U.S.A. - The Clash
Teenage Lobotomy - Ramones
California Uber Alles - Dead Kennedys
I Don't Care About You - Fear
I Don't Wanna Hear It - Minor Threat
Die, Die My Darling - The Misfits
Search And Destroy - Iggy and the Stooges
So many things it pains me to leave off this list, but I suppose that's what makes it a worthwile exercise...
10 just 'aint enough...
This is gonna keep me awake otherwise:
Moral Threat - Social Distortion
K2 - The Bottom Feeders
99 Cent Store - Bobsled
Dead Cops - MDC
Fast and Frightening - L7
The Way I Walk - The Cramps
6 Inch Gold Blade - Birthday Party
Shut Up - Replacements
I'm Dead - Wurm
Institutionalized - Suicidal Tendencies
Incomplete - Bad Religion
Screamager - Therapy
The Dickies - Boobytrap
Jerk of All Trades - Lunachicks
Beverlywood - Symbol Six
Born in Xixax - Nina Hagen
Do You Wanna Party - 45 Grave
So much for top fucking ten...
I had a feeling THIS was gonna be hard for some of you guys..
Here's a quick random list, fuck the rules (punk, huh?):
Thirty Seconds over Berlin- Straw Dogs
Hollywood Vampires- Mad Parade
Criminal- China White
45 Grave- 45 Grave
Angelfuck- the Misfits
Hell's Around the Next Corner- Batallion of Saints
Caught in My Eye- the Germs
All This and More- Dead Boys
Anglo Girl Desire- Radio Birdman
Civilization's Dying- Zero Boys
Speedgirl- Electric Frankenstein
Kids of the Black Hole- Adolescents
Jesus Entering from The Rear- the Feederz
Think Again- Minor Threat
Deception- Secret Hate
My Family is a Little Weird- MDC
Got It At The Store- the Dickies
1977- the Clash
Money Will Roll Right In- Fang
Just a smattering off the 'ol dome
1. We're only gonna die - Bad Religion
2. Misfits - Where eagles dare
3. Jawbreaker - Kiss the bottle
4. Operation Ivy - Unity
5. The Clash - Bombs over Baghdad
6. Black Flag - Damaged II
7. Dead Kennedys - Too drunk to fuck
8. Pennywise - Bro Hymn
9. Social Distortion - Ball and Chain
10. Suicide Machines - New Girl
That'll do it...
I agree with gearhead and have to give props to the Feederz. Here it goes, in no particular order that is:
Children in Heat-Misfits
Jesus Entering from The Rear- the Feederz
World Up My Ass-Circle Jerks
So What- Anti-Nowhere League
17 years of Hell-Partisans
Big Take Over-Bad Brains
New York's All Right If You Like Saxophones-Fear
No Rules-GG and the Jabbers
Lights Out-Angry Samoans
I Wont Fall in Love Today-Suicidal Tendencies
I Wanna Be Your Dog- Stooges
Kharma Kharmatic-Septic Death
White Minority-Black Flag
Sister Ray-The Velvet Underground
Backseat of My Car-Dwarves
Richard Hung Himself-DI
I Hate Your Guts-Sloppy Seconds
New Rose-The Damned
Steppin Stone-covered by Minor Threat
You guys have good taste. Here are some of my all-time favorites (in no order):
The Nips: Vengeance
The Crucifucks: Democracy Spawns Bad Taste
Naked Raygun: Surf Combat
The Replacements: Fuck School
Big Black: Cables
Crimpshrine: Closed Doors, Closed Minds
The Feederz: Have You Never Been Mellow? (a cover with conviction!)
Christ On A Crutch: What You Don't Give Me I'll Have To Steal
Generation X: Kiss Me Deadly
The Avengers: Thin White Line
The Germs: Lexicon Devil
The Effigies: Bodybag
Big Stick: Shoot the President
Mission of Burma: That's When I Reach For My Revolver
Black Flag: Nervous Breakdown
New Model Army: Vagabonds
SNFU: Cannibal Cafe
Dayglow Abortions: Bedtime Story
Anti-Nowhere League: I Hate People
Soul Side: Kill
Bad Brains: Pay To Cum
The Meatmen: French People Suck
Nip Drivers: Talk About Cars
Husker Du: Divide and Conquer
X: White Girl
And, and...yeah. This could go on forever. I guess sticking to a top 10 would've been a good idea if it weren't an impossible task!
1.California Uber Alles-DK's
2.Vagabond Dog-Naked Raygun
3.Hole in The Scene-Government Issue
4.Came without warning-Scream
5.Melody Lee-The Damned
7.Professinal Punk-Stretch Marks
8.All White-Die Kreuzen
9.In My Eyes-Minor Threat
There are so many more. But we will leave them at that.
Doomsday - Discharge
Most People are Dicks - Ludichrist
Pollution - Neurosis
Mad Man - DRI
Memories of Tomorrow - Suicidal Tendencies
Let's Have a War - Fear
Saviour - Dr Know
Code Blue - TSOL
Police Bastard - Doom
kerosene - Big Black
Stupid Songs - Dayglo Abortions
How Low can a Punk Get ? - Bad Brains
Hurt Me - Special Forces
The Ballad of Jerry Curlin - Angry Samoans
Catholic School Girls Rule - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Times Beach - the Victims Family
Telling Them - Social Distortion
Dad - No Means No
Crippled People Suck - Meatmen
Red Threat - Fang
Ballad of a Broken Home - Capitol Punishment
Drunk Drivers Against Mad Mothers - Slayer
Lady Sniff -Butthole Surfers
Suffer - Bad Religeon
Reagan Youth - Reagan Youth
Dead Boys - Caught w/ the Meat in Your Mouth
Meatmen - Mr. Tapeworm
Blitz - Someone's Gonna Die
The Fartz - You Gotta Brain (so use it)
Abrasive Wheels - Burn 'em Down
Chaos U.K. - You'll Never Own Me
DK - Nazi Punks Fuck Off
Vindictives - Dummy Room
Youth Brigade - Sink With California/ All Style No Substance
Mankind - Join the Army
Aus-Rotten - Tuesday, May 18,1993
Filth - The List/ Banned From the Pubs (PatTTB cover)
SLF - Tin Soldiers/ Straw Dogs
Nausea - Self Destruct
The Eyes - Kill Your Parents
Dayglo Abortions - I Killed Mommy
GG Allin - You Hate Me and I Hate You
Sloppy Seconds - So Fucked Up
Ramones - We're a Happy Family
Adolescents - I Hate Children
DI - Richard Hung Himself
Vandals - Heartbreak Hotel
too many great songs that should be up here
I remember the first time I saw NoMeansNo back in, I think it was...1987? They were opening for D.O.A., and we'd never heard of 'em. When they got on stage, one of the guys looked just like our friend Ron's dad (an executive at Union Carbide, oddly enough), so we (being obnoxious brats) started shouting, "DAD! DAD!"
I know now that they probably thought we were shouting song requests, though it might've been their first time in Chicago and it left them wondering, "how do they know our songs?"
Ok, you guys all did pretty good, but you missed THE most punk rock song of all time:
The Dicks - Saturday Night at the Bookstore
Bird: you get props for "GG Allin - You Hate Me and I Hate You ." Probably the only good song he ever recorded, and no one has ever heard the damn thing.
Also: Randumbs - Disgruntled
GG Allin wasn't punk, just a dirtbag singin for a good band.
in no particular..
subhumans - no
cocksparrer - because you're young
sham 69 - unite and win
the bruisers - molotov
the Mc5 - the american ruse
lower class brats - not for sale
vision - close minded
circle jerks - product of my enviroment
dead boys - sonic reducer
pagans - street where nobody lives
bad brains - i against i
the dictators - i am right
defiance - burn
one way system - believe yourself
flux of pink indians - take heed
.. my top lately
I'd have to add:
Rezillos-Somebody's going to get their head kicked in tonight
Menace - GLC
Menace - Electrocutioner
Menace - Screwed Up
Menace - Insane Society
Slaughter & the Dogs - We don't care
Xray Spex - Oh Bondage Up Yours
the Ruts - Babylon's Burning
the Ruts - Something that I Said
the Drones - Lift off the Bans
in no particular order..and 10 is too limited!
1.damned - new rose and all of 'damned, damned, damned'
2.slaughter & the dogs - cranked up really high and most of 'do it dog style'
3.menace - glc, electrocutioner, insane society
4.drones - the whole of 'further temptations'
5.sex pistols - problems,never mind the bollocks album
6.the adverts - one chord wonders/quickstep..and most of crossing the red sea
7. the ruts - babylon's burning/society and the whole of 'the crack'
8. subway sect - nobody's scared
9. buzzcocks - whole of 'another music in a different kitchen'
10. eater - 'my business'
10. magazine - 'shot by both sides'
10. buzzcocks - time's up
10. relapse - 'bondage'
10. suburban studs - 'questions'
10. vibrators - 'stiff little fingers'
10. stiff little fingers - 'suspect device'..aw hell..inflammable material
10. the wall - 'ghetto'
10. models - the freeze
10. art attacks - 'punk rock stars'
10. chelsea - no flowers, hi rise living, no one's coming outside and the first album
10.cortinas - 'fascist dictator'
10.generation x - day by day
10. leyton buzzards - 19 & mad
10. carpettes - small wonder
10. saints - perfect day
10. raped - moving target
10. ultravox - whole of 'ha ha ha'
Ultravox? X Ray Spex? Punk rock? I think not.
i have to agree with you that on mike. ultravox is far from it.
X Ray Spex are every bit as New Wave as Ultravox. Oh Bondage, Up Yours! is the only punk thing they ever recorded, and it isn't all that good.
i disagree totally, first 3 ultravox albums with john foxx are very much punk albums especially ha ha ha..like i said in the british invasion thread, to me punk has always been about an attitude not a fashion. if you start following the fashion, you're becoming the antithesis of 'punk'. um 'the great rock n roll swindle'? 'cash from chaos'? ;]
'buy a new one when the old one's worn, everybody's gotta have a uniform'!
Sorry bro. I've been listening to Ultravox for over 20 years. THere isn't an album of theirs I haven't heard. Ultravox, Ha! Ha! Ha!, and Systems of Romance were all New Wave/New Romantic records. There was no DIY ethic, and all they did was strive for Bowie-ness.
We're not talking about what people wear, we're talking about their ethic, music, and politic.
Reap the wild wind - shees, that is as punk as premature ejaculation. go wax ya pompadour.
Not in order, but 10 off the top of my head:
1) She's Calling You - Bad Brains
2) FFF - Public Image Limited (yes, I know that's kinda post-punk)
3) Technocracy - Corrosion of Conformity (yes, I know that's more like speed metal)
4) Iroquois - Charged GBH
5) Protest and Survive - Discharge
6) Astro Zombies - Misfits
7) Filler - Minor Threat
8) Depression - Black Flag
9) My Old Man's a Fatso - Angry Samoans
10) Abolish Government - TSOL
Dude! Reap the Wild Wind?!?! Don't get me wrong, I like Ultravox, used to listen to 'em a lot, but Reap the Wild Wind, or anything else they did, is not even REMOTELY punk!
Has anyone mentioned FEAR - I Don't Care About You? That's punk fuckin rock right there.
Please refer to my first post.
yeah but reap the wild wind was after midge ure replaced john foxx.
still think tracks like 'fear in the western world' are class.
and i'll still call albums like 'ha ha ha' punk.
You did. I was too lazy to go back and look. LOL
I agree its all about the ethic, music and politics...DIY techno is also PUNK. :-]
If it were DIY and Ultrravox weren't aiming to chart a single right from the get-go, I'd agree. But they weren't, and they were. So, un-punk.
I agree about the new DIY techno. I've been saying for years now that it took over where punk left off.
Yeah Ultravox was never punk. But those first three records were excellent anyway
Have to disagree with you about X Ray Spex. I was an LA punk and fan of British punk in the late '70's, and X Ray Spex were considered punk, not new wave then. It's revisionist history to re-label them new wave now.
X-Ray Spex are indeed punk rock. Perhaps compared to the newer hardcore stuff their Saxaphone laden music and dayglo clothes seem more new wave, but back in the early eighties everyone I knew considered them punk. Don't forget punk wasn't so commercial back then. The punk rock bar was lower. Today a blue mohawk hardly gets a second glance, but back in the seventies a few strands of pink in your hair made you some kind of freak.
If X-Ray Spex came out today would they be considered punk rock? Probably not. But neither would the Ramones, the Clash, X or a lot of other bands. And the fact is X-Ray Spex didn't come out today, they came out in the seventies and they will remain part of punk rock's early history.
It's not revisionist in the slightest. They had one song that could be considered "punk rock." Which doesn't make them a punk band. Not in politic or DIY philosophy. When I heard "Oh Bondage, Up Yours" I also mistakenly believed they were a punk band. When I heard the rest of Germ Free Adolescents, I realized the truth.
I think you might want to listen to that album one more time. This time listen to the lyrics. Almost every song on the album was a social/political commentary. The songs are anti-consummerism, anti-stautus-quo, anti-establishment and feministic in nature. "Genetic Engineering"
COULD CREATE THE PERFECT RACE
COULD CREATE AN UNKNOWN LIFE-FORCE
THAT COULD US EXTERMINATE
INTRODUCING WORKER CLONE
AS OUR SUBORDINATED SLAVE
HIS EXPERTISE PROFICIENCY
WILL SURELY DIG OUR GRAVE
IT'S SO TEMPTING
WILL BIOLOGISTS RESIST
WHEN HE BECOMES THE CREATOR
WILL HE LET US EXIST
BIONIC MAN IS JUMPING
THROUGH THE TELEVISION SET
HE'S ABOUT TO MATERIALISE
AND GUESS WHO'S COMING NEXT
You don't think this is a political song? It is exactly what is going on today. Our scientists and governments are homoginizing everything. Our fruits and vegetables, our meat and produce, it all has to be the biggest and best. And if Europe doesn't want bio-engineered food well then fuck them! Let's bomb them too. It is all crazy and where does it end? This is exactly what Poly Styrene was singing about.
And "The Day the World Turned DayGlo", you think a song about the world getting blown up isn't political?
And songs like "I Can't Do Anything", "Warrior In Woolworths" and "Artificial" address the apathy and hopelessness of a generation of England's youth.
"Identity", "Germ Free Adolescents" and "I Am A Poseur" said "don't be part of the machine. Don't listen to the media." They chastised dull unquestioned consumerism.
And "I Live Off You" is a great commentary on social stratification.
Having said this, I am very curious what it is about "Oh Bondage, Up Yours" that you find so much more punk than the songs I just mentioned?
Eh. By your argument, Pearl Jam is punk rock.
Sorry, failed yet again.
It's New Years' Day, I don't feel like arguing.
No one will ever convince me that that poor representation of even a New Wave band was punk rock.
Not to keep flogging a dead horse, if "no one will ever convince" you, then it is pointless to keep the debate going, but I do feel it is necessary to counterpoint since you did say my logic would put Pearl Jam in the punk category. I have no choice but to defend myself. If you read my earlier post I did say, or at least alluded to, the idea that X-Ray Spex were punk in the context of the time ("If they came out today would they be considered punk? Probably not.") X-Ray Spex were part of an era. Their look, their music, their message, is all representative of late seventies British punk. The punks of that era consider the band punk. If you don't that is revisionist.
I don't know anyone that came up in the late 70s/early 80s in the UK that considers X Ray Spex "punk." And we're talking about a plethora of people from Dublin to Glasgow to Brighton.
You have a whole PLETHORA of early British punk rockers in Herndon, VA do ya?
No, maybe you missed where I stated that they actually live in the UK.
I didn't miss it. You didn't say it. I read where it said they were "from" the UK. (Okay that's one of those samantics things, a technicality really but I couldn't tell where you met these Brits).
Since I am a fiery, bossy Leo, I just have to make this one last argument. I have spent a bit of time in London (Been there 4 times and spent a summer taking classes at the University of London). And though I didn't meet a whole "Plethora" of early British punks, I did talk to some that I met at record fairs and record stores. I did have quite a few conversations with the ones I met regarding X-Ray Spex, because at the time the reason I was going to the record fairs and stores was to replace that album. This was about seven or eight years ago, before I was computer proficient and found out you could find most things on e-bay. Anyway, my brother had stole my original version I had bought in the early eighties so I wanted to replace it. Anyway, my point is, these old fart punkers (even older than you and me) refered to X-Ray Spex as punk. As do I. As did all my friends long ago when we were just wee little punkers. So the bottom line is, I am flogging a dead fucking horse and neither of us is ever going to agree with the other because appearantly we are both hard-headed and everyone, including me, is probably tired of this stupid pointless debate. So I'll just agree to disagree.
actually there were quite a few! ;]
but let's face it, the name 'punk' pretty much happened after the fact. name it, brand it, sell it.
[mike-o]'I don't know anyone that came up in the late 70s/early 80s in the UK that considers X Ray Spex "punk." And we're talking about a plethora of people from Dublin to Glasgow to Brighton.'
actually there were quite a few! ;]
but let's face it, the name 'punk' pretty much happened after the fact. name it, brand it, sell it.
[reposted this as it ended up in the wrong place :[ ]
Sonic Reducer Dead Boys
Ha Ha Ha Flipper
Slave to my dick Subhumans
You stupid jerk Angry Samoans
Love comes in spurts Richard Hell and the VoiDoids(only because its the very first punk song I ever heard)
Caucasian Guilt-Noh Mercy
You Beat the Hell outta me-The Motors
No Fun-Sex pistols(last performance-winterland)
Minutemen-Whokle Double Nickels on a dime album(ok..I cheated)
And I am sure I am missing a whole bunch more.....
Ok, you named Flipper and the Canadian Subhumans, which makes you rule.
Im gonna go with albums cause there to many fucking songs to choose from, so here goes in no particular order:
-Social Distortion "Mommy's Little Monster"
-45 Grave "Autopsy"
-Wasted Youth "Reagan's In"
-The Lewd "American Wino"
-DOA "Bloodied But Unbowed"
-Bad Religion "How could Hell Be Any Worse"
-Social Unrest "Rat In A Maze"
-The Germs "GI"
-The Adolescents "Adolescents"
-FEAR "The Record"
-TSOL "Dance With Me"
-Zero Boys "Vicious Circle"
....and way too many more! but you get the idea....
Crass-Big A Little A
Black Randy& The Metro Squad-San Francisco
Sacchrine Trust-I am Right
Stains(East LA)Can't recall the song title!-DOH!
Black Flag-Rise Above
I could listen to anything from these bands pretty much, but here goes off top of my head:
Alice Donut - Egg
Washington Dead Cats - Voodoo Island
Cramps - Human Fly
B52's - Planet Claire
Dead Boys - All This and More
Clash - London's Burning
Rudimentary Peni - Vampire State Building
Adverts - Bombsite Boy
Siousxie - Christine
X - The World's a Mess, It's in My Kiss
DOA - Rich Bitch
Ramones - Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
Bunchafuckingoofs - Don't know names but I like them
Hansen Brothers - Bad
Bad Brains - How Low Can a Punk Get?
Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Love Comes in Spurts
Alien Sex Fiend - Zombified
Birthday Party - Dead Joe
The Fall - No Xmas for John Keys
Dead Kennedys - anything! I Kill Children
No Means No - Big Dick
The Damned - Neat, Neat, Neat
Pere Ubu - Non-Alignment Pact
Sex Pistols - Bodies
Buzzcocks - Orgasm Addict
Black Flag - Annihilate
Ministry - Burning Inside
Skinny Puppy - Dig It
Circle Jerks - Coup d'Etat
Avengers - I Believe in Me
Berurier Noir - Porcherie
Germs - Forming
Television - Marquee Moon
Stooges - anything... 1969
Exploited - Crashed Out
Red Aunts - Freakathon
Atari Teenage Riot - Speed
Excellent lists rockers. I particularly enjoyed Sydney's. Classics like the Buzzcocks, the Pistols, and the Dead Kennedys are almost all I listen to these days. I'd give my own list, but it looks like most of the important tracks have been covered. Plus, there's so much value placed on history in the Punk community, that I would be too torn between songs I love for the way they sound and songs/bands I love for their signifigance to the Punk movement.
If X-Ray Spex is not considered a punk band, considering all the variety that was going on in those days, then all the clones like Bikini Kill and that ilk also have to drop off the list, right? I'll get to my top 10+ later, but Germ-Free Adolescence is definitely on it. Probably I Live Off You as well.
Okay, Top 50, in no order, and I'm holding back:
Bad Religion - God Song
Dayglo Abortions - I Killed Mommy
Clash - Career Opportunities
Fear - Foriegn Policy
Adolescents - Kids of the Black Hole
Stiff Little Fingers - Bloody Sunday
Deadboys - High Tension Wire
Damned - Therapy
Social Distortion - Telling Them
TSOL - World War III
Terminal Mind - Bridges are for Burning
Bodies - Punk Rock Prom Queen
Eyes - Disneyland
Gun Club - She's Like Heroin to Me
Minutemen - Jesus & Tequila
Gits - Insecurities
Weirdos - Life of Crime
Fang - Destroy the Handicapped
NoMeansNo - My Politics
ZoundZ - War/Subvert
DOA - Nazi Training Camp
Gears - Teenage Brain
Stevie Stiletto - I'm a Pig
Bad Brains - Big Takeover
Zero Boys - Civilizations Dying
Toxic Reasons - Drunk and Disorderly
Smogtown - Losin' It
Generators - Tyranny
Germs - No God
Cheifs - Tower 18
45 Grave - Violent World
Smut Peddlers - Recreational Doper
Crowd - I'm Not Happy Here
Avengers - Car Crash
Lewd - Suburban Prodigy
Angelic Upstarts - Who Killed Liddle
VKTMS - Downtown
Witnesses - Brainwash
Crucifix - Steel Case Enclosure
Battalion of Saints - Fighting Boys
Victims Family - Times Beach
Dils - I Hate the Rich
Wasted Youth - Fuck Authority
Subhumans - New Regime
Replacements - Run It
Black Flag - Fix Me
X-Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescence
X - Los Angeles
Flower Leperds - Heaven's Closed
Bellrays - Cold Man Night
(Oh, shit, I forgot to put Bouncing Souls and D4 on there...maybe I should have gone for a top 100!)
Fuck, these lists are all great. Nice to see some folks still know what real punk is/was. But nobody seems to have mentioned the Electric Eels - Agitated, Cyclotron or Jaguar Ride. Also, I didn't notice anyone mentioning the mighty Pagans - Anything by the Pagans.
Mmmkay, here's ten in no order:
Johnny Moped "Hard Lovin Man"
Stiff Little Fingers "Johnny Was" or "Alternative Ulster"
the Modern Lovers "Government Center" or "G-I-R-L-F-R-E-N"
the Dead Boys "Detention Home"
Angry Samoans "I Lost My Mind"
Dead Kennedys "Forward to Death"
Misfits "Where Eagles Dare"
Richard Hell and the Voidoids "Love Comes in Spurts" or "Blank Generation"
Slaughter and the Dogs "Hell in New York"
Ramones "Blitzkrieg Bop" or "Sheena is a Punk Rocker"
and as a special bonus treat . . . the Dickies "Town Without Pity"
The Dickies have got to be on this chart! I'm thinking of trying to make cd's of some of these collections! Very cool.
Ok ok two bands from Spain in here but they kick ass
Personality Crisis - New York Dolls
Commando - Ramones
Inkisicion - Las Vulpes
Too Drunk to Fuck - Dead Kennedys
Street Where Nobody Lives - The Pagans
Failures - Warsaw (later Joy Division)
Caught With the Meat in Your Mouth - Dead Boys
Ratas De Bizkaia - Eskorbuto
Bodies - Sex Pistols
Where Eagles Dare - The Misfits
dicks- I hope you get drafted
bad brains- got that attitude
black flag- nervous break down
husker du- celbrated summer
descendents- Im not a loser
dead silence- dont know any titles I only had them on a blanck cassette
clash- straight to hell
reagan youth- degenerated
DK- moon over marin
MDC- john wayne was a nazi
no way, can I do ten...
here's a few, tho-(in no par. order)
varukers-what the hell do you know?
black flag-six pack
gg allin-bite it, you scum!
buzzcocks-ever fallen in love?
subhumans-ex teenage rebel
chaos uk-4 min warning
english dogs-psycho killer
exploited-sex and violence, the massacre
and on and on...
(in no official order)
What we do is secret - GERMS
Hyperactive Child - DEAD KENNEDY"S
Lifestyles - POISON IDEA
Blitzkrieg Bop - RAMONES
We Will Not - BAD BRAINS
Change Of Ideas - BAD RELIGION
World Up MY Ass - CIRCLE JERKS
Nostalgia - BUZZCOCKS
Police Story - BLACK FLAG
Search And Destroy - STOOGES