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Never thought this would get any traction on the old forum but might as well give it a go on the new thing.
Anyone else a fan? Any era, any sub-genre, I love it all.

Start with the best album ever made.
 

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Opposing the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre!!!!
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From A Tonic for the Troops. I reckon it was their best album
 

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Opposing the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre!!!!
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A young Tim Roth here. Completely understand his behaviour outside the Jobcentre

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Love Fugazi, more post-hardcore than punk but it's all relative anyway. Top album.
 

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Anyone listened to any ska-punk? A sub genre I've only discovered recently but really loving it. No Doubt, Sublime, Less than jake, Reel big fish etc.
This is probably by favourite track from a fantastic band.
 

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Have always loved punk, right from the beginning....and still do.

Current faves are these guys.....fucking brilliant!

 
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For some reason, I had it in my head that the Voidoids only made one album. I must investigate this second one!
 

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Yeah it's well worth a listen, not quite as good as the first album but that's a high standard to judge an album by.
 

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Anyone listened to any ska-punk? A sub genre I've only discovered recently but really loving it. No Doubt, Sublime, Less than jake, Reel big fish etc.
Yep, went to see Zebrahead (not really ska punk but meh), Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake last Feb - was amazing. Some personal favourites include:

Zebrahead - Anthem
Zebrahead - Sirens
Zerahead - Call your Friends
RBF - Beer (obv)
RBF - Sell Out
RBF - Everything Sucks
RBF - Where Have You Been (So amazing live)
LTJ - Plastic Cup Politics
LTJ - She's Gonna Break Soon
LTJ - Science Of Selling Yourself Short (Absolute fave)
LTJ - Look What Happened
LTJ - Motown Never Sounded So Good
LTJ - Gainesville Rock City
LTJ - All My Friends Are Metalheads
LTJ - History Of A Boring Town
LTJ - The Brightest Bulb Has Burned Out/Screws Fall Out
 

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Whilst going through my iTunes just now to sort out a pop punk playlist, stumbled across this one, bit of a blast from the past:

 

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