yay for more wipers love!
Ruby, I found myself at a bar chatting with the lead singer of the Stiff Little Fingers once. Turns out he lives in Chicago and is married to a former co-worker of my fiancee.
wow riss, you know everybody!! xD
i was just reading your david prowse comment. talk about denial :P
here’s another fun japanese band
beasties’ punk rock roots and one of MCA’s first videos
I like The Fall.
Always different, always the same.
Yeah the Fall are one of my favorites too HP
I recently watched that BBC 4 documentary The Wonderful and Frightening World of Mark E. Smith from 2005. Nothing spectacular, just went over the chaotic history of the band, and there were some nice interviews… AND it featured the late great John Peel as well =)
Hijo de tresmil putas! Everything from Unwound to Jawbreaker to Nausea! I don’t even know…
Here’s my contributions:
I hope nobody has already posted these. : )
Ah, come on, kids. There’s no way we’ve exhausted this yet, and I am eager for feedback on my proposed selections.
And also, what better week then this one to revive this thread?
So this is what other kids mean when they say Forever Alone…
It’s okay, I’m no stranger to the blues of being unduly lone;
I’m also tempted to post some “protopunk” if anyone thinks that would be appropriate. :)
Superb picks—perhaps ‘Annalisa’ above all.
And please, proto away.
Nice work with teh Bowiez.
The primo proto continues in this lonesome little thread…
Whenever I listen to The Velvet Underground’s “Heroin”, I imagine a montage of sex and death. It releases the Freudian in me.
An under appreciated Black Flag song:
That’s vaguely my reaction to most Velvet Underground songs.
Oh Lord. Henry Rollins is a beast.
I’ve always found this tune protopunk-ish. It’s certainly very riff-heavy and anti establishment.
^^I’ve been iffy on them—not bad.
A fine snarky tune for one’s inner mod.
I concur with Wavves. That song I posted was one of the highlights of their new album. The rest is kind of disappointing.