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the music of a new generation: angry and minimalist, born at CBGB
Punk
Punk's prehistory with ambitious writing, experimental noise-rock
The Velvet Underground
"Heroin"
The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground's song with a different take on 60s drug culture, ignores traditional song form
"Heroin"
"Search and Destroy"
Iggy Pop
maxims of punk
DIY, refuse to conform
poet, suggests new roles for women in rock, wrote one of the first great punk albums Horses
Patti Smith
"Gloria"
Patti Smith
stripped-down rock with 2 min songs, influential in England
The Ramones
"Teenage Lobotomy"
The Ramones
Punk band only lasted a year, guitars, bass, drums only, music of anger, frustration, chaos
Sex Pistols
manager of the Sex Pistols who helped create the myth of punk: an aesthetic, political, and musical revolt
Malcolm Mclaren
"Anarchy in the USA"
The Sex Pistols
"God Save the Queen"
The Sex Pistols
Banned in England, but still made it number 1
"God Save the Queen" by the Sex Pistols
Bromley Contingent
group of sex pistols followers, named after the neighborhood in london where some lived and helped popularize the fashion
associated with fascism, swastikas, nazism, racism
punk
rebirth of independent labels
punk