Todays 70's-80's Punk,post punk, new wave, alternative playlist

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  1. treserious

    treserious Post Punk Junkie

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    Well, seeing all the playlist threads, I thought it would be fun to get one going based on my preferred genres.

    this is largely inspired by this discussion.

    C'mon you punks, lets see what you're spinning.

    On today's playlist I have

    Bauhaus - Go away white. this is their '08 release, but I feel it counts as they are IMO one of the most important bands of the early 80's. and this new release is quite good.
    Cabaret Voltaire - nag nag nag single
    Tones on Tail - the album pop
    joe jackson - I'm the man
    fad gadget - incontinent
     

     

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  2. JesusChrysler

    JesusChrysler ...drives a Dodge ; )

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    Well, if it counts; I just played the Ramones followed by a 45-single of the Dead Kennedys "Too Drunk to F*ck".



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  3. jbrainey

    jbrainey ticking away the moments that make up a dull day Subscriber

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    This is from the 90's but I couldn't find a better thread to post it in.

    BUTTHOLE SURFERS~Independent Worm Saloon

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  4. Urchinn

    Urchinn AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Been cranking XTC for the last three days. I bought the entire collection of vinyl goodies from a guy in Gloucester, Ma. What a band...
     
  5. daysineuropa

    daysineuropa Member

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    dug out some xtc myself the other day
    XTC -DRUMS AND WIRES
    XTC-BLACK SEA
    THE JAM -SETTING SONS
    THE SKIDS -DAYS IN EUROPA
    THE DAMNED -MACHINE GUN ETIQUETTE
     
  6. SBEEZ

    SBEEZ Well-Known Member

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    Vapors - New Clear Days
     

     

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  7. ruffian

    ruffian Super Member

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    PIL ~ First Issue

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    Laid the groundwork for if not the definition of Post Punk.
     
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  8. tubed

    tubed Lunatic Member

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    Stiff Little Fingers
    Inflammable Material
    Rough Trade Records 1979
     
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  9. Urchinn

    Urchinn AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    PIL on a Thorens 124? Nice! WOW, I remember walking into the store to buy that LP on the day it was released (I should say "the day it was released as an import in Tampa, Florida). My circle of friends were all Sex Pistols fans...or at least respected the Pistols...and we were all VERY curious about how this new Lydon venture was going to sound. About 6 of us crowded into a friend's house and we fired it up. Great stuff!
     
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    not bad.. her detached voice go well with the cold electronics..
     
  11. copterske2

    copterske2 Active Member

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    I've been purchasing in these genres lately.

    I Just got:
    1. the box set "The Life and Times of Jeffry Lee Pierce and the Gun Club"
    2. Cruzados' first lp
    3. Minutemen "Double Nickels..."
    4. The Weirdos "Weird World"
    5. The Blasters

    All great stuff...

    Not a lot of action in this forum, maybe b/c not all of this type music has great sound quality, some might surprise, though.
     

     

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    Cactus Bob Desert Rat Subscriber

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    Naked Raygun ~ Understand

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  13. jbrainey

    jbrainey ticking away the moments that make up a dull day Subscriber

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    Kraftwerk~Autobahn

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    BostonDave Lunatic Member

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    David Sylvian
    Brilliant Trees
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  15. JohnVF

    JohnVF Lunatic Member

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    Tindersticks.
    "The Hungry Saw"

    This is whiskey drinking music...maybe too early in the morning for this, but I love it.
     
  16. tubed

    tubed Lunatic Member

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    They Might Be Giants
    Flood
    Elecktra/Asylum records
     
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    siouxsie and the banshees -juju
    magazine -the correct use of soap
     
  18. JohnVF

    JohnVF Lunatic Member

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    Luna- Puptent.

    Just found it on vinyl this morning. After that it will be Tindersticks, falling down a mountain, the Mazzy Star- So Tonight That I Might See. All from my morning record-run. I love living within walking distance of a record store!
     
  19. Sam Cogley

    Sam Cogley Last of the Time Lords Subscriber

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    I spun REM ~ Life's Rich Pageant earlier. Might put on some Siouxie and the Banshees or Mazzy Star in a bit.

    Is that the new reissue of "So Tonight..."? My copy sounds fantastic. I still haven't opened "Among My Swan."
     
  20. JohnVF

    JohnVF Lunatic Member

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    Yep, fresh off the press(ers). I'm listening to it right now...and you're right...it sounds fantastic. Drop-dead silent between tracks. Among My Swan is still at work (which is across the street, I suppose I could go get it)..I ordered it from Elusive Disc, it came in the mail, and then today I saw it at the record store for less than I paid even before shipping. Oh well, better safe than sorry as I was afraid it would go out of print quickly.

    REM sounds like a good idea. I could go for some Cuyahoga right about now.
     

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