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Subhumans were, between , one of the most prolific and original of the evolving UK punk scene; they were based in Warminster, Wiltshire, [SW England], and the lineup was Dick on vocals, Bruce played guitar, Phil on bass, and Trotsky on the drums. Dick had previously sung for The Mental, who released one EP and embodied the 'cant-play-will-play' early punk 'anyone-can-do-it' attitude. Bruce had been in the Stupid Humans, also based in Warminster; these two met at an Angelic Upstarts gig in , and when their bands split they got together to form Subhumans. Musical influences were a mix of Sex Pistols, Damned, and similar punk originators, and prepunk bands like King Crimson and Frank Zappa, which led to a style of punk more intricate in its structure than their contemporaries, without losing the base energy and dynamics of punk.
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ABC No Rio | HC/Punk Matinee
Status Quo churn out the same old riffs and some people take the piss; The Ramones do it and we just end up loving them all the more. Whatever: this is half an hour of genius. Pure, unadulterated trash — and we love it. Derided at the time for being mere camped-up Stones copyists, the Dolls are now finally getting the recognition they deserve. Coming half a decade before The Sex Pistols, along with The Stooges, the Dolls were the proto-punks, with great riffs, biting lyrics and enough attitude in their lipstick-caked sneers to kick an entire generation of shock-rockers crying back to their mummies. Horses is one of those albums that everyone says is great and seems to own a copy of, yet never actually listens to. Parallel Lines was not only the album that broke Blondie worldwide, it also brought millions of new listeners to the scene.
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The Birth of Hardcore Punk In New York City
More than 3, people surround me in the packed Roxy nightclub on West 18th Street in Manhattan. It's hot. We've been dancing for hours. But the wind-milling arms, roundhouse kicks, and javelin-like body tosses on this night in '97 bear little resemblance to the more subdued moves once executed in Roxy's early days as a roller disco. Still, we're grateful the surface was custom designed to support hard falls.
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