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Radio 1 Top 30 Punk Tracks

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by eviljohn2, Jun 18, 2005.

  1. eviljohn2

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    Voted for by listeners:
    30. Fugazi - Waiting Room - Dischord
    29. Pennywise - Bro Hym - Epitaph
    28. The Offspring - Come Out And Play - Columbia
    27. The Damned - New Rose - Cleopatra
    26. The Clash - White Man in Hammersmith Palais - Sony
    25. Capdown - Ska Wars - Household Name
    24. AFI - Days Of The Phoenix - Nitro
    23. NOFX - Sticking In My Eye - Epitaph
    22. Bad Religion - American Jesus - Epitaph
    21. Refused - New Noise - Universal
    20. The Ramones - I Wanna Be Sedated - Chrysalis
    19. Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant - Realto
    18. Dead Kennedy's - Holiday In Cambodia - Manifesto
    17. Rancid - Ruby Soho - Epitaph
    16. Stiff Little Fingers - Alternative Ulster - One Way
    15. Jimmy Eat World - Salt Sweat Sugar - Geffen
    14. At The Drive In - One Armed Scissor - V2
    13. The Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love - Restless
    12. The Clash - White Riot - Sony
    11. The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop - Sire
    10. Green Day - Longview - Reprise
    9. Alkaline Trio - Private Eye - Vagrant
    8. Green Day - American Idiot - Reprise
    7. Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen - Realto
    6. Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK - Realto
    5. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit - DGC
    4. The Prodigy - Firestarter - XL
    3. The Clash - London Calling - Epic
    2. The Undertones - Teenage Kicks - Good Vibration
    1. Green Day - Basketcase - Reprise


    Seems like a good representation of bands to me apart from number 9 which is one of the worst songs I've ever heard! :)
     
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    Fairly broad definition of "punk".
    In fact the DJ (Mike Davies) refused to play The Prodigy, substituting The Exploited (Punk's Not Dead).
    No Fall, early Stranglers, Ruts, X-Ray Spex, Banshees...
    Mind you, only 30 tracks so there's bound to be some notable omissions.
     
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    I wouldn't class Prodigy as punk either and I would have thought that at least one Stranglers track would have got there (Peaches maybe?) and I'd have had more than the one SLF track. If they are going to have such a wide scope for Punk, then I might also be tempted to include The Jam in there as well.
     
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    That's a crap list IMHO. I'm 46 and a lot of my friends between 1976-80 who were into punk at that time wouldn't even give half of those bands the time of day, and the Stranglers were hated by punks and other bands at the time, or have some of you oldies forgot that? Dementia setting in :D
     
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    No, I always loved the Stranglers and I was fully into the punk scene, but I do remember that some of the "sheep" followed the others and hated them ;)
     
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    I think a top-30 list of bands would provide a better representation. Whether they're considered "punk" or not the lack of The Stranglers is criminal as they were undoubtedly part of one of the relevant new-waves. :)
     
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    Green Day are a band I've never really heard much of, so I had another listen to the top end of the program. That Basketcase has been bugging me all morning - it reminds me of something. I finally tracked it down. It's Can't Stop The World by the GoGos. Just the opening couple of lines. Anyone else see the similarity or is it more dementia?
     
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    Are you calling me a sheep :D
     
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    No mate :) I always treated punk the way I thought it was meant to be - that is you listen to whatever you want and nobody is going to tell you not to listen to it, then you got some of the punk movement saying that they hated the Stranglers and you shouldn't listen to them, that sort of went against the whole punk thing for me.
     
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    I loved the Ramones, Pistols, SLF, CR but never liked Peaches and still hate Golden Brown.

    I don't listen to R1 but White Riot, P Vacant or I wanna be sedated would propably have got my vote.

    How I've changed. I'll give anything a listen now.

    Punk was about attitude and change, but did it achieve anything?
     

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