Posted:Dec 31, 2018
- Dan’s essay, “Middle Aged Punk”
- John’s punk links, below:
- The Stooges, “I wanna be your dog”
- The Velvet Underground, “White Light/White Heat”
- The Dictators, “Search and Destroy” (Stooges cover)
- Ramones, “Havana Affair / Listen To My Heart”
- Talking Heads, “Girls Want to be With the Girls”
- Blondie, “In the Sun”
- Richard Hell, “Blank Generation”
- The Damned, “Fan Club”
- The Sex Pistols, “No Feeling”
- The Clash, “White Riot”
- The Slits, “The Splits”
- The Buzzcocks, “What Do I Get?”
- Dan’s punk links, below:
- Documentary on the L.A. Hardcore scene, “Clockwork Orange County”
- Documentary on the NYC Hardcore scene, “Under The Influence: New York Hardcore”
- X, “Los Angeles”
- Fear, “I Love Living in the City”
- Dead Kennedy’s, “California Uber Alles”
- Adolescents, “Kids of the Black Hole”
- TSOL, “Abolish Government/Silent Majority”
- Bad Religion, “Suffer”
- Bad Brains, “I Against I”
- Minor Threat, “No Reason”
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