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Anarchy in the U.K.
Sex Pistols vs The Clash vs The Ramones - Off-Topic Discussion - GameSpot
Thank you for registering! Click the link to confirm your email address. Please check your spam folder for the email, if it does not arrive, click this link The Sex Pistols are no ordinary band; their story is long and complicated, and not without its casualties. For a band who really only released one album and four singles, they spawned a sea of imitators; and still do to this day. The Sex Pistols certainly could play; one listen to their ferocious raw rock and roll will soon tell you that. Despite claims from New York, the Sex Pistols are the true originators of punk; no one else had their attitude, balls, or honesty.
Timeline of punk rock
O nstage, they were the personification of unity — even family. The four men dressed the same —in leather motorcycle jackets, weathered jeans, sneakers — had the same dark hair color, shared the same last name. They seemed to think the same thoughts and breathe the same energy. Johnny and Dee Dee played with legs astride, looking unconquerable.
Born during the mids, punk rock is a rejection of the establishment in all forms—whether that be found in politics or mainstream rock and roll. It featured a stripped down song and lyrics that stood in opposition to the conventional social and political norms of society. Punk developed in two cities on entirely separate continents: New York City and London. The Ramones helped punk to diversify into a myriad of subgenres, including horror punk Misfits and pop punk Screeching Weasel, Green Day and blink