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ElvisIsKing1977 wrote:Dead Boys - Young, Loud and Snotty is another good one.

http://www.mediafire.com/?znzngbh2jxz
Yeah that's good alright and "We Have Come For Your Children".
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Almost 13 years since the last post in this thread …
https://wfpk.org/2022/a-new-doc-details ... e-trailer/
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
02 Jul 2022, 4:28pm
Almost 13 years since the last post in this thread …
https://wfpk.org/2022/a-new-doc-details ... e-trailer/
The trailer has got me hooked, now if I could only find a location near me to see it. Looks like San Francisco July 31st, 2022 is the only California screening. :cry:
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Looks excellent. Hope I get to see it.
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Sparky wrote:
02 Jul 2022, 5:18pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
02 Jul 2022, 4:28pm
Almost 13 years since the last post in this thread …
https://wfpk.org/2022/a-new-doc-details ... e-trailer/
The trailer has got me hooked, now if I could only find a location near me to see it. Looks like San Francisco July 31st, 2022 is the only California screening. :cry:
I can't imagine that there won't be a screening in LA. Going to the SF one.

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
02 Jul 2022, 4:28pm
Almost 13 years since the last post in this thread …
https://wfpk.org/2022/a-new-doc-details ... e-trailer/
I think we mentioned this before but same director as Rise and Fall of The Clash.
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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eumaas wrote:
03 Aug 2009, 12:54pm
is my favorite kind of punk. There, I've said it.

As Jon said, NY Punk was a punk of many strains.

I think Blank Generation, LAMF, Marquee Moon, Talking Heads: 77 (or More Songs About Buildings and Food--it's to your taste), and the self-titled Ramones record sum up the essential strains. My favorite record of the period is Blank Generation. Actually, that's my favorite punk album--Pink Flag is my second favorite.

That should cover the major strains. Sometime today or tomorrow (I promise, Robin!) I'll be writing about Blank Generation on my blog. You might be interested. I'm focusing on the avant strains of punk as opposed to the glam and Ramonesian strains.

http://clashcity.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3767
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dave202 wrote:
07 Aug 2009, 8:20am
Can anyone suggest a list of tracks I could look for to compile a double cd of the scene at that time? Say, 30 essential tracks to allow for the diversity of bands and styles.
Dave here are some titles that I have that might fit your ideas...
Babylon's Burning - The Rough'n'Ready Rise of Punk
No Thanks! The 70's Punk Rebellion
Ork Records: Complete Singles
and this might be the prefect one...
DIY - Blank Generation (The New York Scene)

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JChampion wrote:
07 Jul 2022, 11:03pm
dave202 wrote:
07 Aug 2009, 8:20am
Can anyone suggest a list of tracks I could look for to compile a double cd of the scene at that time? Say, 30 essential tracks to allow for the diversity of bands and styles.
Dave here are some titles that I have that might fit your ideas...
Babylon's Burning - The Rough'n'Ready Rise of Punk
No Thanks! The 70's Punk Rebellion
Ork Records: Complete Singles
and this might be the prefect one...
DIY - Blank Generation (The New York Scene)
Hello,

I can't speak for the others but the DIY compilation is very good.

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JC mentioned this one above. I concur it's excellent and contains a fair few rarities.
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Search Skotf on Google for live NYC bootlegs.

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