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    The History Of Punk Rock

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    Punk or Politics? Punk rock is an aggressive genre, but does that always mean it has a political view behind it? Punk rock first originated in the 1970s and the U.K.’s main focus was politics. The U.S. tended to write more about their personal experiences. Punk rock is much more than a political statement. For example, The Sex Pistols wrote God Save the Queen, which is a rebellion against British Politics. Punk rock can be about politics, but it can also be about other ideas. A preeminent, modern punk rock band is The 1975 who wrote a song called Chocolate, which is their euphemism for marijuana. Punk rock may consequently express political views to the subculture, but may not always be a political statement. The society in which one grows…

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    The Influence Of Punk Rock

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    survive the harsh conditions of life. As a direct result of reaganomics, black and Latino youth have created their own spaces to voice their frustrations against racism, sexism, poverty, and police brutality. Through punk rock and hip-hop, the youth actively resist the state while establishing cultural citizenship.…

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    Punk Rock Play Analysis

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    Portfolio: extract 1: section 1: research and performance development: The two extracts I decided to perform were extract 1 Punk Rock in the style of Stanislavsky and for extract 2, East in the style of the practitioner, Berkoff. The two plays in comparison are very different. East is incredibly intense, both vocally and physically, pushing both the actors and the audience to the limit. Whereas in Punk Rock I was leaning more so to a naturalistic format in the style of Stanislavsky works in…

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    Punk Rock Research Paper

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    Punk Rock Here Today Gone Tomorrow Love it; hate it, Punk Rock made its debut in the 70’s starting with a simple beat, a tap on the drums or a guitar strumming, and there it was. Punk rock is born. This rock music genre fad came to reality during a time of frustration among the young generation. Rooting in a garage rock band imagery with the deliberate cultivation of violence, deviance, loud, vulgar, and rebellious lyrics, this style of music can be distinguished as hard-edged (Charlton …

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    Punk Rock Research Paper

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    There will never be a real rock n 'rock That might be an easy definition of Punk rock. This definition see Punk rock as an undercurrent underneath the primitive American rock 'n' roll, stretching from the myriad different versions of "Louie, Louie," which is often singing at the fun on the campus, through the artful "Psycho" (The Sonics) and "Surfin 'Bird" style polygons of the day (The Trashmen) and finally followed by many rock musicians from the sixties to the band The Stooges. This often…

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    CH19 Question 2 The core stylistic feature of punk rock is that it highly values the simplicity, volume, and speed. The volume and speed contribute its another feature, which is the attraction toward the young generation's attention, because it constructs an anger and rebellion feeling that matches the generation's emotional. On the other hand, the simplicity of punk rock gives it an amateur energy that the textbook state it as "do it yourself (DIY) attitude" (473). Moreover, simplicity is…

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    Punk Rock Research Paper

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    Punk rock is a loud and fast moving form of music that emerged in the 1970’s. It has its roots in garage rock and is generally an aggressive form of music. I chose this genre because I would hear it mentioned all the time with how it has influences in other bands that I listened to and I like their music and sound. Therefore I chose to examine the origins of punk and its influence. The genre has its roots in garage rock which came about in the 1960’s. Garage rock was a raw form of Rock and Roll…

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    This time period was soon filled with outlandish and aggressive music that allowed the people of the 70’s and 80’s to redefine themselves as well as create a new depth to the sound of music. Judith S. Baughman, author of the Master Series, writes in the article “The Punk Rock and The New Wave Movement” that “Punk was a do-it-yourself movement that was about seizing the moment, discarding history, breaking the rules, inventing new ones, and taking a stand (even a wrong one) whenever possible”…

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    It's covered in patches, buttons, and patterns of sorts on it. These patches are from many bands that I enjoy listening to and there are also political types of buttons on it. Vests and clothing like this helps people in the Punk Rock culture express themselves as they see fit and helps them show others their way of thinking that they believe strongly in. Through Punk Rock and it's culture I believe bands were able to express themselves with the lyrics they made and the way they presented them…

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    Essay On Max Mckeeown

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    that the rebellious personality is a natural resource for practical creativity. As an innovator, you need to reject the old to establish a new, better, status quo. And one of the most powerful sources of newness is the rebel or maverick, mind.”. According to McKeown, innovation can be actions or behaviors that violate social norms. Which led him to believe in “rejecting the old” and everything new is better. Overall, McKeown was correct with his opinion on how this quote relates to punk. The way…

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