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your top 5 PUNK records of all time

Discussion in 'Non-Metal' started by raccyd, Jan 21, 2003.

  1. Effected Soilworker

    Effected Soilworker New Metal Member

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    Frenzal Rhomb- Meet The Family
    Radio Birdman- Radios Appear
    Toe To Toe are a good band- don't have any albums though
    Area 7- Their first album I think..... with Start Making Sense and Second Class Citizen
    and Pennywise are pretty good too
     
  2. TheNihilist

    TheNihilist Member

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    S.O.D.-Speak English or Die
    S.O.D.-Bigger Than the Devil
    Suicidal Tendencies
    Any Anti Flag
     
  3. union9

    union9 He Who Can Not Be Named

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    They fucking SUCK! And their not even close to being punk.
     
  4. union9

    union9 He Who Can Not Be Named

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    I'll forgive you for mentioning the downright putrid Area 7 and Pennywise in the same breath as Toe To Toe and Frenzal. Although, Frenzal have had their gay moments, their otherwise a great Australian Punk band. As for the Birdmen? The Birdmen fucking rock. I'm just glad you didn't add One Dollar Short. o_O
     
  5. Stoner Rock Chick

    Stoner Rock Chick Stoner Rock Chick

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    Sex Pistols
    Ramones
    Teenage Head
    B052's (yeah we considered them punk)
    The Clash
     
  6. LuminousAether

    LuminousAether My name is Distance

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    1. At the Drive-In - Vaya ep
    2. At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
    3. At the Drive-In - In/Casino/Out
    4. At the Drive-In - Acrobatic Tenement
    5. At the Drive-In - El Gran Orgo
     
  7. byrne

    byrne Certavi et vici

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    eh? the who? punk?

    ~dazed and confused~

    i like some of their stuff, but i wouldnt have said it was even remotely close to punk. perhaps it was just that album?

    anyway. i dont have any particular fav albums - bands would have to be
    1. Misfits!!!!
    2. Exploited
    3. DRI
    4. SOD
    5. Black Flag

    plus some punk here and there from the ramones and others .. few rancid songs etc
     
  8. C-Taylor

    C-Taylor Conscious Insanity

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    AFI - Very proud of ya
    The Offspring - Ixnay on the hombre
     
  9. Nuclear Vampire

    Nuclear Vampire Metal Machine

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    Cool topic! More metal fans should open up to punk rock. REAL punk, not this Blink 182 pop shite.Anyhoo...

    Dead Kennedys - Frankenchrist
    SNFU - If You Swear You'll Catch No Fish
    Minor Threat - Complete Discography
    Misfits - Earth A.D. / Wolf's Blood
    Bad Religion - No Control/Against The Grain/Generator/Recipe For Hate...they're all excellent

    Honorable mention goes to these:

    Pennywise - The Unknown Road
    Dayglo Abortions - Feed US A Fetus
    Global Genocide - S/T (a local band that put out 1 casette, best fukkin shit EVER)
    Circle Jerks - Group Sex
    D.R.I. - Dealing With It
    Fear - More Beer
    The Forgotten Rebels - Surfin On Heroin
    NoMeansNo -The Worldhood Of The World (As Such)
     
  10. Cthulhu

    Cthulhu Member

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    Choose 5 Bad religion records that Arn't no substance, or The New America, and you have a good selection ;)

    Suffer, The grey race, against the grain, no control, The process of Belief. For example :)
     
  11. schindlers_fist

    schindlers_fist Thrash Junkie

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    Exploited Troops of Tomorrow
    Discharge Hear Nothing & Why
    Circle Jerks - Group sex, Golden Shower
    DRI - Dealing With It, Crossover
    Suicidal Tendencies
    Damned - Damned Damned Damned
    Dead Boys - Young Loud & Snotty
     
  12. schindlers_fist

    schindlers_fist Thrash Junkie

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    ohman, how could I forget.

    Fear - The Record
    Misfits - Walk Amoung Us.
     
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    union9 He Who Can Not Be Named

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    Good listening Schindler. Good fuck'n listening.
     
  14. Folklore

    Folklore Orphaned Avi (not drumer)

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    i`m not much into punk but Bad religion, screeching weasel, DRI, New Model Army and useless ID will do the job
     
  15. MetalRobert94

    MetalRobert94 The Mexican-American

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    Any Bad Religion album
    The Offspring - Smash
    Rancid - ...And Out Come the Wolves
    Pennywise - About Time
    NOFX - Punk in Drublic
     
  16. Satanstoenail

    Satanstoenail My Larpstyle determines my Derpstyle

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    Epic bump.

    Mine (including hardcore punk):

    Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come
    Converge - No Heroes
    Botch - American Nervoso
    NOFX - White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean
    The Lillingtons - Death By Television
     
  17. JontRevolting

    JontRevolting FALSE ARREST! FALSE ARREST!

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    Samhain-November Coming Fire
    GG Allin-Hated In The Nation
    Ramones-Hey Ho Let's Go:Anthology
    The Meanies-10% Weird
    The Clash-The Essential Clash
     
  18. Unfaithfully Metalhead

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    great genre... I need to buy more punk albums.. anyways:

    Offspring - Smash
    Ramones - S/T
    Sex Pistols - Never mind the Bollocks
    Rancid - And Out Come the Wolves
    Murphy's Law - Back with a Bong

    Honorable mention would be Dropkick Murphy's. I don't own any of their albums yet but I have heard individual songs and most likely I would of included them on my top five album list.
     
  19. Donar Wotansohn

    Donar Wotansohn Stormgod

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    I agree with the fellow what said MISFITS WALK AMONG US.

    Poor Mr. Danzig.....what has become of thee?
     
  20. SouthernTrendkill

    SouthernTrendkill Super Normie

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    Fuck. Yes. Yes.

    Also Freaks, Faggots, Drunks & Junkies.
     

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