As rock 'n' roll became bigger and bigger in the '70s, it was time for another revolution - a return to a basic, raw, three-chord sound, namely, punk. From the streets of New York City and London, punk rock reverberated around the world and turned the rock 'n' roll status quo on its head. This category catalogs the punk movement in a social context, rather than focusing on the music aspect of punk.
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A History of Punk
An accurate two part statement on punk rock and the subculture.
A short history lesson about the beginning of Punk and New Wave, Vivienne Westwood and the Swiss Punk and New Wave scenes.
Search And Destroy
Search engine and directory for old styled punk rock, glam-punk, punk'n'roll, garage-punk and primitive rock and roll-related sites.
An e-mail based music dialogue/discussion group and a democratic forum for the discovery of/appreciation for the unknown legends in women's punk/music history.
The Uncarved Critical Look at Anarchopunk
Includes essays, interviews and analysis concerning the anarcho punk movement, including material on Crass, anarchism and the politics of punk.
Providing an online community for punks to gather and talk, share ideas, photos, and music. Provides free webspace and e-mail addresses in a variety of domain names to the punk community.
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