Bachelors III . . . In the Inn. . . Lanas Garage 4/18/75 . . . lpswitch with Snake, Hards and Mendy . . .B.D.W.B. . . Ambition: I want Dooleys Job . . . Saturday Night Live . . . Bathroom Brawls . . . Living at Snakes . . . WHERE IS MUSKY. - John Tortorella
This thread is bringing me back to my angry youth days lol
My Chemical Romance
My list includes
Catch 22 (Keasbey Nights)
Alkaline Trio (Radio is like the only song I really like by them - STD and them had a version, pretty awesome)
These aren't the typical punk but i'd say they somewhat fit in the mold.
Taking Back Sunday
Saves The Day
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!
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:
This will include some NYHC but this is what I listen to.
Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
The Bouncing Souls
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.