Poll: mod vs rocker?
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View poll results: mod vs rocker?
Mod
13 20%
Rocker
51 80%
Voters: 64.
#1
not your pc, all powerful mods, but the iconic mod movement. anyone else interested in it?? you know, fred perry polos, levis jeans and lambrettas. if you were around when there was mods vs rockers, which would you have been??
#5
Beatniky bohemian! Mods too much with the fashion and whatnot.

The Who, Kinks, Small Faces etc rock though. "Green Onions" too is so cool.
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#6
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Rocker.
My dad used to push the mods scooters over lol.

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#8
Quote by IHATECHILDREN
I would have been a rocker.

The Who ftw!


It's kind of ironic that the who started off as mods. Oh well...

Rocker all the way. Mods just seem to be a mix of scallies and those annoying pretentious indy kids (not all indy kids just the kind of trendy, scene following ones)
#9
I don't think many people here are gonna know about these things, so just vote rocker, naturally.

Since it they were subcultures in the UK in the what 60s, I don't think many people will have a depth of knowledge on 'em.
#10
the jam and the who all pioneered mod culture!! anyone seen quadrophenia (sp?)?
#11
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I would have been a rocker.

The Who ftw!


You do know the Who were mods, don't you?

And I don't know, they're my 2 favourite ever gang type things, shame they had to be fighting each other.


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#12
You do know the Who were mods, don't you?


They said they weren't, but that they appealed to mods and were considered by others to be mods...

Sounds kinda like lots of modern emo bands to me
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#18
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They said they weren't, but that they appealed to mods and were considered by others to be mods...

Sounds kinda like lots of modern emo bands to me


pete townsend is a self admitted mod! the who wrote the soundtrack to quadraphinia - the ultimate mod movie!
#19
I like some of the Mod stuff but I have to say I like the Rocker music more, so I guess I would have gone with that one.

Someone was talking recently about how youths in the UK are supposedly beating each other up all the time, and said "unlike a few years back, when we had the mods and rockers living side by side in complete harmony." Haha.
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#20
The Mod thing is more appealing. The whole "Rocker" image is so played out. I just want nothing to do with it.
#21
My dad said he used to be a 'Hairy' which is like neither Mod or Rocker. Just kinda halfway inbetween.

I just said he was just being plain old difficult.
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#22
I'd probably have been a rocker but who knows I wasn't around back then.
#23
I'd be a rocker, who dressed like a mod. Oh yeah, fashionable rocker for the win.
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#25
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the jam and the who all pioneered mod culture!! anyone seen quadrophenia (sp?)?



The Jam pioneered mod culture?


Anyway. Easily mod.


pete townsend is a self admitted mod! the who wrote the soundtrack to quadraphinia - the ultimate mod movie!



The film was based on the concept album of the same name actually. The soundtrack was select clips from different songs of the album.