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File: 1617285047455-0.mp4 (7.66 MB, 480x360, The Apostles - Stoke Newin….mp4)

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 No.29

Post some Street Punk, Oi!, Hardcore, Crust, D-Beat, etc.
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 No.56

Opinions on Bad Brains? Recently getting into them
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 No.61

File: 1617296797772.mp3 (5.1 MB, 05 - Banned In D.C..mp3)

>>56
First album probably one of the best hardcore records to have ever been released
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 No.79

>>56
Amazing sound but they were pretty spooked
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 No.80

I think this is punk? Ive never been into the punk scene so I dont know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9B8fq-PmaHc
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 No.85

>>79
spooked how ?
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 No.86

File: 1617309489007.mp4 (22.9 MB, 576x360, GG Allin - Bite it You Scu….mp4)

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 No.88

File: 1617311029462.mp4 (40.23 MB, 320x240, The Murder Junkies - live ….mp4)

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 No.91

File: 1617314829066-0.mp4 (11.15 MB, 480x360, Ayacucho- Kaos.mp4)

File: 1617314829066-1.mp4 (4.61 MB, 320x240, sucio policia.mp4)

File: 1617314829066-2.mp4 (3.17 MB, 320x240, autopsia- mayoria equivoca….mp4)

File: 1617314829066-3.mp4 (7.18 MB, 480x360, Kaos- Esta es la democraci….mp4)

The war of the 80´s at least gave us some good rock, before the mass marketization of the 90´s
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 No.92

File: 1617314899641-0.mp4 (6.93 MB, 320x240, los saicos demolicion.mp4)

File: 1617314899641-1.mp4 (48.82 MB, 480x360, Pateando tu kara- Te detes….mp4)

And some other stuff.
Well, the first one is allegedly the first punk song from this cursed lands
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 No.118

File: 1617346407537.mp4 (9.43 MB, 320x240, Kamaitachi-Neurose.mp4)

>>80
Top kek! I'd say it's rock but with some punky sensibilities
>>86
>>88
GG was the egoist overman that Stirner foretold.
>>85
They were religious rastafarians with all that would entail. I heard firsthand that Dave from MDC got in a fight with H.R. because of his reactionary views back in the day.
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 No.1144

>>85
iirc they had the standard rasta shit, anti-gay, misogynist, porkchop nationalism, etc
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 No.1188

My homies the Exsenadors from Manila dropped a new record recently:
https://exsenadors.bandcamp.com/
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 No.1197

>>1188
LEGIT FUCKING GREAT
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 No.1241

https://youtu.be/5tuyv88uR1c

Electric Chair is the best newer punk band imo
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 No.1242

>>1241
good shit. straight up oldschool hardcore.
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 No.1243

Best crustgrind I've heard in years! **None of that primmie bs! The system's the problem, not "humanity"!
And they're from fucking Compton!
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 No.1245

>>1243
brutal! loving this!
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 No.1246

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 No.1247

>>1242
>Adolf Stalin still replying to years old comments
Never heard of this band, interesting nonetheless
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 No.1248

>>1247
Yeah it's true the singer was pretty fucking sketchy.
http://www.whomakesthenazis.com/2010/10/admit-youre-shit.html
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 No.1254

>>1248
Sounds like largely a British problem. The good anarcho stuff makes up for it. Ironically I've never been a huge fan of the Crass associated bands. Just seemed like a bunch of posturing to me. Not that i have a personal problem with veganism or pacifism. Besides if i did then what are they gonna do about it?
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 No.1261

How about Crass?
Nothing better than good, ole, crass.
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 No.1262

I don't know what he's saying but it's cool
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 No.1264

>>1261
I really like the sound and energy of Crass and the related (Centro Iberico) bands in general however much I might disagree with their positions and choices sometimes. (and most of them admit today their politics were often incoherent - see https://web.archive.org/web/20190207012810/http://crassunofficial.com/ )
>>1254
I think Crass were pacifists but ate homegrown meat and Conflict were the vegans and down for smashie-smashie but don't quote me on it.
There's a good, though a bit flawed article about the of the early british anarchopunk scene, deals a lot with crass as a springboard to delve into the existential crises of counterculture - walking the tightrope between culture jamming and recuperation:
www.uncarved.org/music/apunk/wpob.html
<Consider this, Crass were primarily a punk band when it came to the business of releasing records. Even though they used records to get the message across, they used records because they were established as a band, a punk band, and so could influence a pre-existing sub-culture called punk that was maybe open to the persuasions of anarchism. This sub-culture also bought records from other punk bands that were tied to other (major) labels (such as the dreaded EMI) and so the independents and the majors needed each other to help a sub-culture grow. The majors certainly needed the independents, not least of all to sign their bands or get new ideas for their own ‘manufactured’ bands and so prevent punk from going too stale as a commodity. The independents also needed the majors because major labels could produce and package and promote fine punk (form) records which would then induce (via NME, John Peel, or whatever) more record buyers to punk, of which a few of these will be interested in the form of punk to such an extent that they will buy the less polished independent records. By opening up such an audience to punk, it is assumed that a smaller fraction of these newly created disciples would become interested in punk (content) and so, via bands like Crass, become devoted to the anarchist cause. So, in theory, independent producers, musicians and propagandisers such as Crass depended on major labels (to some extent) for a musical credibility and also (to a lesser extent since it is a fraction of the above) for anarchist propaganda credibility.
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 No.1265

>>1264
forgot the later crassunofficial site snapshots didn't include the earlier documents
https://web.archive.org/web/20130622103358/http://www.crassunofficial.com/
<The early ad hoc nature of the band led to some weird rationales. The Anarchy banner at gigs was there purely to stop us being co-opted by the far left or right who were circling at the time. That’s all it was, an inspired move, suggested by Penny, I think, because who the hell knew about the academic aspect? It was what we said it was.
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 No.1266

R.A.M.B.O. shows back in the day were hella fun
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 No.1310

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvyI5c87tmc Koyaanisqatsi - "Element zbrodni", Polish HC from 2003.
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 No.1312

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNPMzcuvNn0&t=926s Sedes - "Sraka Praptaka" (more or less "Toilet - Shit of a prehistoric bird"). Sorry for spam and bad English, I'm kind of drunk right now.

fabricati diem, pvnc.
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 No.1315

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 No.1316

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>>1313
Thanks anon, that some good shit.

Not sure if this counts, but https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m01lPNVv90s&t=1516s No Means No - "Rags And Bones"
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 No.1318

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If you'll forgive me be a talking meme, Stirner > Nietzche. But still https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edpot4xOqsI
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 No.1321

File: 1618088521813.mp3 (4.26 MB, Void - Think.mp3)

>>1262
I fucking hate this band. They are part of the handful of individuals that were responsible for one of the most detrimental turns in hardcore punk, creating a straight line towards its co-optation and quite nearly its death. And for what? Emo? The most shallow fucking music I've ever heard. Basically pop songs about purely subjective teeny chart-friendly topics like "love" and "hurt" but in a fake"""punk""" aesthetic format. Why would you listen to this after getting interested in punk? Emotional hardcore / post-hardcore / emo is punk revisionism, driving forces being capital forces of sellout Labels and tacit support of the state / venues for their pacified behavior (and it started and spread from Washington fucking D.C.).

Co-option
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 No.1322

>>1321
thx anon.
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 No.1331

Do skramz/screamo counts here itt? I recently gain interest last year.

https://youtu.be/BWTNIsSdg68
https://youtu.be/8az_KUGCqTI

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