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#1
Seems like that was the year that got got people into punk again, though the famous albums of 94 seem mostly pop-punk by UG standards. Dookie, Smash, Cheshire Cat, Punk in Drublic, etc. My question is do you consider 94 actually a revival year for punk or just the year where pop and punk fused to become the latest fad, aye?
#4
Quote by 1,57$
... Punk is dead.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

wait... are you serious?
#6
24 Hour Revenge Therapy came out in '94.
They say the old woman's got the wisdom
'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#7
Quote by Greenfinger182
24 Hour Revenge Therapy came out in '94.

And it destroyed every other album released that year.
#8
I figured that was implied in my post. My apologies.
They say the old woman's got the wisdom
'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#10
Pop punk had been around since way before that. That's just when it became super popular.

Anyway, 1994 best punk albums:

Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Bikini Kill - Pussy Whipped
Doom/Selfish Split
#11
Quote by RockThe40oz
Bubblegum rock on plastic transistors!

Schoolboy sedition backed by big time promoters!

Jack my swag
#16
Quote by 1,57$
... Punk is dead.



Hot Topic + VH1 =/= every band in existence, dumb****.

Whatever, if anything that was the year that ****ty pop rock bands started being called pop punk by people who's entire knowledge of punk rock came from listening to Blitzkrieg Bop and thinking really, really hard (for them anyway) for all of 10 seconds on the nature of modern punk rock.
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#17
Quote by original=punk
Punk became a fashion just like hippy used to be


Ain't got a thing to do with you or me!
#20
Quote by Iluvpowerchords
All of those albums suck compared to this 1994 masterpiece:

Ring Ring Ring! Bananaphowned!!!

Must...resist...urge...to post...Mitch Clem....comics...

Ah, **** it.

They say the old woman's got the wisdom
'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#21
Quote by original=punk
Movements are systems and systems kill

Movements are expressions of the public will

Wow, this is even more fun than Boxcar!
#23
That was both sad and cheesy at the same time.
They say the old woman's got the wisdom
'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#25
Unexpected Crass. For once it's not the ****ing Black Parade meme.


Mu330 - Press
NoFX - Punk in Drublic
Screeching Weasal - How To Make Enemies And Irritate People (not their best, but still a good album.)

I actually frogot about it, but due to this thread I need to start looking for the Born Against /Man is the Bastard split again.. bound to be one of the better 94 releases.
Like-father, like-son rebels bloated on korn, eminems and bizkits. Lord hear our prayer take back your Amy Grant mosh-crews and your fair-weather politics
#27
Quote by neidnarb11890


Can't tell if you're asking what the black parade meme is or if you are asking why do I htink Crass lyrics are unexpected?
Like-father, like-son rebels bloated on korn, eminems and bizkits. Lord hear our prayer take back your Amy Grant mosh-crews and your fair-weather politics
#28
Probably a little bit of both, but mostly the first one. We don't get a whole lot of memes in here.
#29
Quote by opivy21
Probably a little bit of both, but mostly the first one. We don't get a whole lot of memes in here.


Well, Black Parade meme is basically someone will start out that MCR song, black parade, the lyrics being : When I was young my father took me into the city.. and either they will continue with actual lyrics, or just make up ****ed up things that fit. Usually the latter.


And, the second part, because I barely see people talk about crass on here, but I've only been on these forums for four days so that could be why.
Like-father, like-son rebels bloated on korn, eminems and bizkits. Lord hear our prayer take back your Amy Grant mosh-crews and your fair-weather politics
#31
Quote by neidnarb11890

newfag!


And clenching your fist for the ones like us
Who are oppressed by the figures of beauty,
You fixed yourself, you said, "Well, never mind,
We are ugly, but we have the music."
#32
Quote by original=punk
WHEN I WAS.


save your breath I never was one
#33
smahs is good but hands down 94's best release was Face to Face's Big Choice, still one of my favourite cd' and always in high rotation

other notable 94' mentions would be strung outs another day in paradise, lagwagons trashed, ten foot pole's Rev & Bad Religions Stranger than fiction
#35
Quote by lavazza
Most people here **** into their pampers in 1994


Sure but believe it or not the albums from that time still exist.
#37
I always tag the year on my digital music.

I dunno man. Sometimes it's worth knowing, if only for useless trivia reasons.
#38
Quote by sargasm
I always tag the year on my digital music.

I dunno man. Sometimes it's worth knowing, if only for useless trivia reasons.


oh ok, than I´m maybe one of the few people who´s usually not interested, if I´m interested in a release date I look it up before, to know if it´s a early or a later work
#39
Quote by lavazza
But do you really know when you buy am Elvis album today, that it´s from 1956?
moot question.. i would never buy an elvis album
#40
Quote by blackflag49
moot question.. i would never buy an elvis album


Sun headline of 15th november 2010:

"Hidden Elvis tracks discovered! Elvis was working on a second 'Raw Power' with Iggy & the Stooges"

EDIT: Ray Manzarek said in an interview with the Daily Mail that Jim Morrison isn´t dead, but lives on the Seychellen.......Don´t you read Daily Mail gutter press?
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