#1
77 punk and 82 punk? i'm just one of like 4 punks in utica and we don't know. i mean i have a slight understanding that 77 is like sex pistols and the ramones and bands of that such and 82 is like discharge and g.b.h and stuff like that right? and are there any american 82 bands?
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#2
there are many, 82 was more when "hardcore" was around... These are bands like SSDecontrol, Black Flag, Minor Threat, Circle Jerks, MDC, The Big Boys, DOA, DRI. Countless other bands as well.

all bands listed above are American ('cept DOA, they're Canadian.)
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#3
"UK82" is basically the name given to the style of punk around the time, similar to "Hardcore Punk" in America but over here was given a different name

the Exploited - UK82

Amazing song, and if any one has seen "Made in Britain" its played in the opening scene...

Any way some UK82 bands

A-Heads
Abrasive Wheels
Antisocial
Discharge
Disorder
Chaos UK
Amebix
Charged GBH
Broken Bones
Chron Gen
Crux
Demob
Ejected
Expelled
The Exploited
Infa-Riot
Picture Frame Seduction
Riot Squad
Skeptix
Varukers
Vice Squad
Last edited by francoshade_uk at Oct 29, 2007,
#6
I don't know a lot about 82' but I know that G.B.H. and Abrasive Wheels are good bands.
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#7
Quote by pinheadslts75
UK82:

A bunch of British metal bands trying to be punk.



Yeah ****ing right... Twat!
#8
Quote by pinheadslts75
UK82:

A bunch of British metal bands trying to be punk.


Yup.
Exactly as described in the movie UK/DK (which you can watch here).........

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAz7zZlS_Mc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdJQj99drA4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpB9hM9085U
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFPjMDh1BlY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4bVDRwvVgI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7A_TV10aFg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JL3U02VnNs

...and evidenced by the fact(s) that...

1. Cockney Rejects became a metal band
2. Exploited, GBH, English Dogs and a few others became "crossover" thrash metal bands
3. The Business did a metal band called UK
4. Bekki Bondage from Vice Squad ended up in a metal band called Ligotage
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I don't like straight edge because it's part of Hardcore, and I don't like Hardcore because, aside from the terrible music, the kids are often very homophobic.


You forgot ugly, lazy and disrespectful.
#9
BTW, if you watch the first part of the UK/DK movie, you can see that John the bass player from the Exploited is actually John Candy's long lost twin brother....and no one talks about it.
Quote by sargasm
I don't like straight edge because it's part of Hardcore, and I don't like Hardcore because, aside from the terrible music, the kids are often very homophobic.


You forgot ugly, lazy and disrespectful.
#10
i'm watching this movie now, sweet thx Nemo =)

and TS, is your name a Stephen Lynch reference? if so, <33333
#11
Steven Lynch the comedian?
What does he have to do with a comic book about a detective in post Apocalyptic London?


I loved the comic when I was 13, because....
A) Johnny didn't join any clubs or groups
B) Didn't care what anyone else thought about him being a grown man with a "punk" haircut that he should have "grown out of"
C) Melted a bunch of Nazi skinheads with a flamethrower, in one issue

http://www.thrillingdetective.com/nemo.html
Quote by sargasm
I don't like straight edge because it's part of Hardcore, and I don't like Hardcore because, aside from the terrible music, the kids are often very homophobic.


You forgot ugly, lazy and disrespectful.
#13
Quote by johnnynemo
Steven Lynch the comedian?
What does he have to do with a comic book about a detective in post Apocalyptic London?


I loved the comic when I was 13, because....
A) Johnny didn't join any clubs or groups
B) Didn't care what anyone else thought about him being a grown man with a "punk" haircut that he should have "grown out of"
C) Melted a bunch of Nazi skinheads with a flamethrower, in one issue

http://www.thrillingdetective.com/nemo.html


I have the first issue of JN. It's pretty rad.
#14
Quote by johnnynemo
Steven Lynch the comedian?
What does he have to do with a comic book about a detective in post Apocalyptic London?


I loved the comic when I was 13, because....
A) Johnny didn't join any clubs or groups
B) Didn't care what anyone else thought about him being a grown man with a "punk" haircut that he should have "grown out of"
C) Melted a bunch of Nazi skinheads with a flamethrower, in one issue

http://www.thrillingdetective.com/nemo.html
Oh I thought your name was Johnny and you loved Finding Nemo
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#15
^Me too element. Now we all know the origins of johnnynemos name.
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#16
Quote by pinheadslts75
UK82:

A bunch of British metal bands trying to be punk.

I thought it was the other way round.
#17
Quote by radio_schizo
I thought it was the other way round.

In Soviet Russia, British metal band tries to be UK82!
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#20
Quote by axeslash
In Soviet Russia, British metal band tries to be UK82!


Quote by sargasm
I don't like straight edge because it's part of Hardcore, and I don't like Hardcore because, aside from the terrible music, the kids are often very homophobic.


You forgot ugly, lazy and disrespectful.
#21
Quote by sargasm
I have the first issue of JN. It's pretty rad.


Sweet.
Look for Strange Days comics.

There's 3 issues of it and Johnny has some merry misadventures in them.
Strange Days is where Nemo started out, much like Judge Dredd started in the pages of 2000AD.

My lil inside joke in that thread where I was making fun of British people was that I was mocking the Brits while posting under the name of a British comic book.

And those silly Brits didn't even realize it, because they only read the newspaper that their fish and chips come wrapped in.
Quote by sargasm
I don't like straight edge because it's part of Hardcore, and I don't like Hardcore because, aside from the terrible music, the kids are often very homophobic.


You forgot ugly, lazy and disrespectful.
#22
Quote by johnnynemo
BTW, if you watch the first part of the UK/DK movie, you can see that John the bass player from the Exploited is actually John Candy's long lost twin brother....and no one talks about it.

Random tidbit of the day: John Candy's son fronts a hardcore band from so cal.
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#23
Nice.

Look around for the Plasmatics on Second City TV with John Candy.

We used to joke that John Candy had to be Big John from Exploited, because he had the Plasmatics on the show.
Quote by sargasm
I don't like straight edge because it's part of Hardcore, and I don't like Hardcore because, aside from the terrible music, the kids are often very homophobic.


You forgot ugly, lazy and disrespectful.
#25
Quote by sheslostcontrol
i always thought it was the change from new wave to hardcore, i know I'm wrong now.
No New Wave was still popular when hardcore started
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Quote by Bob_Sacamano
i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

Rest in Peace, Troy Davis and Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis and Eric Garner and Mike Brown
#26
Quote by sheslostcontrol
i always thought it was the change from new wave to hardcore, i know I'm wrong now.


New Wave never turned into Hardcore.

It was more like 77 turned into New Wave, and also Hardcore.
#27
Quote by original=punk
i'm watching this movie now, sweet thx Nemo =)

and TS, is your name a Stephen Lynch reference? if so, <33333



yeah, i took it cause of his superhero song, and cuz i'm sXe
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#29
UK82 is like British Punk but faster with some Metal influence, some had more than others.

there was 77 punk, like pub rock and Ramones influenced Punk. and then there was Oi, a lot of people just group em all together. but they are different
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