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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    I did love 39 smooth, Kerplunk, and Dookie was alright, but then Green Day sucked after that.
    Insomniac was solid

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    This thread is bringing me back to my angry youth days lol

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    My Chemical Romance

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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    I got the feeling he knew that, and was just saying he preferred the one version over the other!

    Mine would be:

    Flux of Pink Indians
    Crass
    Social Distortion
    X
    Cover of Ring of Fire is ****ing awesome.

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    Flogging Molly
    One of the best shows I've ever seen. Them and DKM.

    Quote Originally Posted by NoUseForAName View Post
    Yea Sublime is awesome. Forgot to add them, most dont really associate them as punk. Lamb of God is another band I consider punk, just hardcore.
    Sublime has been labeled as ska. And some other bands listed are in the ska category so I'd include them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Iansnightout View Post
    Two greatest band names I've ever seen.

    On the topic, Against Me! is so ****ing good.
    Against Me! makes my dick hard.

    Quote Originally Posted by PSD-Team View Post
    My list is pretty old school...just like me:

    NOFX
    Gimme Gimmes
    Rancid
    Op Ivy
    Guttermouth
    Bad Religion
    Against Me!
    Dropkick Murphys
    Flogging Molly
    H2O
    Bigwig
    Lars and the Bastards
    Pennywise
    Suicide Machines
    Gob
    Less Than Jake
    Propagandhi

    ...of course there are a million more. These are the basics on my playlists.
    I think you became my new best friend. I love that entire list, more some than others, but LTJ is quite possibly my favorite band of all time.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    I don't consider Brand New indie. I consider them ****ing awesome and don't belong to a genre.

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    My list includes

    Against Me!
    The Impossibles
    NOFX
    LTJ
    Streetlight Manifesto
    Catch 22 (Keasbey Nights)
    Op Ivy
    Social D
    Rancid
    Bad Religion
    Alkaline Trio (Radio is like the only song I really like by them - STD and them had a version, pretty awesome)
    Descendents
    Flogging Molly
    Dropkick Murphys
    Millencolin
    The Matches
    MXPX
    Mustard Plug
    Goldfinger
    Save Ferris

    These aren't the typical punk but i'd say they somewhat fit in the mold.

    Taking Back Sunday
    Brand New
    Bayside
    Saves The Day
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    I don't consider Brand New indie. I consider them ****ing awesome and don't belong to a genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kashmir13579 View Post
    This thread is bringing me back to my angry youth days lol
    Haha. I wish I would have been into punk in high school. Its funny I never did because two of my closest friends were big time. One had the street punk style of dressing, which I always thought was cool. To bad in school I was more worried about fitting in than just being myself. I know people say it all the time, but if I met my high school self, id kick his *** lol. But in high school I was definitely that angry kid you despised authority (although im still an amgray young man who despises authority lol, but angry for different reasons), punk music and being in that crowd more probably would have made high school a lot easier for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    My list includes

    Against Me!
    The Impossibles
    NOFX
    LTJ
    Streetlight Manifesto
    Catch 22 (Keasbey Nights)
    Op Ivy
    Social D
    Rancid
    Bad Religion
    Alkaline Trio (Radio is like the only song I really like by them - STD and them had a version, pretty awesome)
    Descendents
    Flogging Molly
    Dropkick Murphys
    Millencolin
    The Matches
    MXPX
    Mustard Plug
    Goldfinger
    Save Ferris

    These aren't the typical punk but i'd say they somewhat fit in the mold.

    Taking Back Sunday
    Brand New
    Bayside
    Saves The Day
    Yea theres a few bands I consider punk, but dont really have the punk sound. Metallica(their biggest influence is the Misfits, who I dont like), nirvana, hank 3 and of course Johnny Cash to name a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoUseForAName View Post
    punk music and being in that crowd more probably would have made high school a lot easier for me.
    Maybe. But some punk crowds are pretty "authoritative" in their own way, demanding a
    certain uniform, ways of thinking, and bands that are accepted and not accepted. There
    is just as much pressure amongst some punks to make people "fit in" as there is in
    society at large. It's just sort of an "Alice in Wonderland" version where if you're not
    the "opposite" of what is perceived as "mainstream" then you're castigated and outcast.
    For a thinking person who accepts no group's mores and demands as above scrutiny,
    it can sure leave a young person out twisting in the wind. I'm so thankful age takes
    the edge off all that "fitting in" crap!
    --DEUS CARITAS EST--
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    Maybe. But some punk crowds are pretty "authoritative" in their own way, demanding a
    certain uniform, ways of thinking, and bands that are accepted and not accepted. There
    is just as much pressure amongst some punks to make people "fit in" as there is in
    society at large. It's just sort of an "Alice in Wonderland" version where if you're not
    the "opposite" of what is perceived as "mainstream" then you're castigated and outcast.
    For a thinking person who accepts no group's mores and demands as above scrutiny,
    it can sure leave a young person out twisting in the wind. I'm so thankful age takes
    the edge off all that "fitting in" crap!
    Yea I never really got why some of the punk crowd is like that. Its supposed to be about being different, but if you're not exactly like them they'll critisize you, but that seems to be more from the street punks, which theres few here. I went to a small school, so the group was small. It was weird too, because that group was the smartest kids in my class. All but one graduated in the top of the class, the other would have hadnt he dropped out. And most of the local band were formed by kids in small towns around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoUseForAName View Post
    It was weird too, because that group was the smartest kids in my class. All but one graduated in the top of the class, the other would have hadnt he dropped out. And most of the local band were formed by kids in small towns around here.
    I have found in my lifetime, the music most "difficult" for "regular people" to access,
    is made and enjoyed by two groups of people: the uneducated and chronically poor,
    and the extremely educated and generationally wealthy. This goes for punk,
    black metal, experiemental noise, etc. ad nauseum. The middle class just follows
    along behind like bloodhounds, trying to find some evidence of something that
    is real, and true, and alive.

    Some other "punk" bands I've enjoyed:
    http://youtu.be/ZW0E6fNx6rw
    http://youtu.be/TpaLV4eplMI
    http://youtu.be/KjX_6z3Qbtk
    http://youtu.be/-AQIIa1X9fo
    --DEUS CARITAS EST--
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    This will include some NYHC but this is what I listen to.
    Agnostic Front
    Rancid
    Bad Religion
    Misfits
    Dead Boys
    Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
    Pennywise
    Madball
    H2o
    Ramones
    Cro-Mags
    Danny Diablo
    AFI
    Anti-Flag
    GBH
    The Bouncing Souls

    There's more

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSD-Team View Post
    My list is pretty old school...just like me:

    NOFX
    Gimme Gimmes
    Rancid
    Op Ivy
    Guttermouth
    Bad Religion
    Against Me!
    Dropkick Murphys
    Flogging Molly
    H2O
    Bigwig
    Lars and the Bastards
    Pennywise
    Suicide Machines
    Gob
    Less Than Jake
    Propagandhi

    ...of course there are a million more. These are the basics on my playlists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoUseForAName View Post
    In the live documentary Along the Way, frontman Greg Graffin claimed to regret choosing that as their symbol because it may have put off a lot of religious people who he feels could benefit from listening to Bad Religion. When bassist Jay Bentley was asked about it in the same documentary, he claimed it was a symbol meant to "piss off our parents" and that it was "something easy to put on t-shirts and for kids to spray paint on walls"; when people ask him what it means, he says, "whatever you think it means". Guitarist Greg Hetson claims in the documentary that it stands for anti-establishment.

    Thats from wiki. Guess it was only the logo not the name too.
    well, did they really think religious people would actually stick around for their hardcore liberal songs? I mean, I am conservative, and struggled with a few of their songs because of it. Factor in being religious, which I am not, and no, they didn't miss an audience. They are over-thinking it.

    If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.

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