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punk rock

a fast abrasive style of rock music of the late 1970s, characterized by aggressive or offensive lyrics and performance
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Punk rock, he said, was music with violent visuals.
An entire reader dedicated to the global subgenres of punk, from Pakistan to Botswana, would be the logical next step for any serious punk rock scholar.
Le programme de la tournee algeroise prevue entre le 16 et le 23 fevrier prochain est comme suit: mardi 19 fevrier a 17h a la salle El Mouggar est programmee une soiree punk rock avec Joe Batour, Nassim Djezma, Good Noise, Black K Pigeon.
They form the cast for Punk Rock, by Simon Stephens, which captures the joshing banter and modern pressure of a group of A Level students and has been described by critics as "Hogwarts meets Skins" and "The History Boys on smack".
Punk Rock: An Oral History provides interviews which many musicians who were at the forefront of the punk rock movement, from Chrissie Hynde and Siouxsie Sioux to Hernry Rollins, and offers a fine oral history of the UK punk rock movement of the 70s which will prove key to any modern music history collection.
It is a past the group''s members could never have imagined back in the hot punk rock summer of 1976.
Summary: Russian punk rock band Pussy Riot have released their new song, Putin Lights Up the Fires.
PUNK rock band Penetration are to play a one-off gig in Ashington next week.
LAST week's Hancock featured the young Tory councillor Matt Bennett and his tales of his punk rock past.
Kids of the black hole; punk rock in postsuburban California.
Ever since the Ramones first caroled "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)," nothing has quite said "holiday spirit" in the same way as a great punk rock show.
WRITTEN by former teacher Simon Stephens, Punk Rock is a shocking tale of teenage alienation set in a Greater Manchester school.