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Topic: Top 10 Punk Albums
Posted By: Polymorphia
Subject: Top 10 Punk Albums
Date Posted: September 03 2013 at 22:33
In the template of one-album-per-band lists, I decided to start a thread for punk. What are your favorite punk albums? I mean punk as far as punk goes— punk to post-punk to hardcore to post-hardcore. As long as it's in the punk tradition. Again, one album per band. Here goes:

1. The Fall— Wonderful and Frightening World Of
2. The Cure— Faith
3. This Heat— Deceit
4. Sonic Youth— EVOL
5. Killing Joke— What's this for...!
6. Chrome— Alien Soundtracks
7. Women— Public Strain
8. Television— Marquee Moon
9. Drive Like Jehu— Yank Crime
10. Siouxsie and the Banshees— Juju



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Posted By: Luna
Date Posted: September 03 2013 at 22:46
[Alpha order]

Cap'n Jazz- [album with really long title]
Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy (that can be counted as punk, right?)
Converge - Jane Doe
Circle Takes the Square - As the Roots Undo
Crash of Rhinos - Distal
Depeche Mode - Some Great Reward
Drive Like Jehu - s/t
Indian Summer - Science 1994
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Naked City - Naked City

As you can see, I'm really not well-versed in "pure" punk and tend to enjoy the offshoots and more modern stuff. I've just never really found punk on its own very interesting.


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Posted By: Polymorphia
Date Posted: September 03 2013 at 23:23
Same. Post-punk has become one of my favorite genres period.

I do want to explore more "pure" punk, though.


Posted By: Luna
Date Posted: September 03 2013 at 23:32
Most of the main punk acts have never interested me. From what I know, the entire movement was too focused on image and not music. Which is fine, but now the music is hard for me to appreciate when I listen to songs about rebellion remastered and re-released 40 years later through some giant label (I'm looking at you, Sex Pistols).

Then there's The Ramones and I hate The Ramones.


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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 03 2013 at 23:39
1. Subhumans - From the Cradle to the Grave
2. Dead Kennedys - Plastc Surgery Disasters
3. Saccharine Trust - Pagan Icons EP
4. Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime
5. Wire - 154
6. Nomeansno - The Worldhood of the World (as Such)
7. The Fall - This Nation's Saving Grace
8. The Effigies - For Ever Grounded
9, MDC - Millions of Dead Cops
10. Naked Raygun - All Rise
11. Marginal Man - Identity
12. Slovenly - Riposte (a Little Resolve)
13. Wipers  - Youth of America
14. Black Flag - Damaged
15. Crass - Christ the Album


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Posted By: The.Crimson.King
Date Posted: September 03 2013 at 23:53
Fun thread...in no specific order...

Dead Kennedy's - Plastic Surgery Disasters
Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime
Husker Du - Metal Circus
Fear - The Record
Black Flag - My War
Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks
Suicidal Tendencies - Suicidal Tendencies
DRI - Dealing with it
X - Wild Gift
Joe Pop O Pie - Joe's Third Record


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Posted By: frippism
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 08:20
NoMeansNo- Wrong, the Worldhood of the World (As Such)
Television- Marquee Moon
Andrew Jackson Jihad- Knifeman
Converge- All We Love We Leave Behind
Jello Biafra/NomeansNo - The Sky Is Falling and I Want My Mommy
Uz Jsme Doma - Caves, Hollywood


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Posted By: CPicard
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 08:44
1 : Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruits for Rotten Vegetables
2 : Damned - Damned Damned Damned
3 : Radio Birdman - Radio Appears
4 : Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? - A: We Are Devo!
5 : Therapy? - Troublegum
6 : L7 - Hungry For Stink
7 : Black Flag - Who's Got The 10 1/2?
8 : Sick Of It All - Blood, Sweat And No Tears
9 : The Slits - Peel Sessions
10 : Voodoo Queens - Kenuwee Head (7'') and Supermodel, Superficial (7'') - okay, I'm cheating a bit, but I've never managed to locate their album and these two singles are so great...


Posted By: tamijo
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 08:55
Dead Kennedys
Husker Dü
At The Drive In
Choking Victim
Dosent matter much what albums
 


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Posted By: Prog Sothoth
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 09:25
1. The Accused - The Return Of Martha Splatterhead
2. 45 Grave - Sleep In Safety
3. Septic Death - Now That I Have The Attention, What Do I Do With It?
4. Black Flag - Damaged
5. Samhain - November Coming Fire
6. Raw Power - Screams From The Gutter
7. Killing Joke - Killing Joke
8. The Birthday Party - Prayers On Fire
9. Die Kreuzen - Die Kreuzen
10. Siouxie & The Banshees - The Scream
 
Man, I could go on...


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 09:57
Sooooooo many, but off the top my head:

The Stooges - Raw Power
The Chameleons - Script OF The Bridge
Wire - Chairs Missing
Buzzcocks - A Different Kind Of Tension
Ian Dury - New Boots And Panties!
The Raincoats - s/t
Suicide - s/t
Dead Kennedys - Plastic Surgery Disasters
Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves
The Gun Club - Miami

Special mention to Joy Division, which I purposely chose to leave out of the equation. Never really thought of em as "punk" per se. Morbid romanticism perhaps.... 


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Posted By: dr wu23
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 10:00
Can't say I ever was into punk either but I did like Wire and Husker Du.

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 12:47
  • Sex Pistols - Never mind The Bollocks
  • Clash - The Clash
  • Crass - Staitons of the Crass
  • Ramones - Ramones
  • The Vibrators - V2
  • Stranglers - Rattus Norvegicus (not punk, forgive me)


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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 12:52
Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

  • Crass - Staitons of the Crass
I almost chose that one, but went for Christ the Album instead. Thumbs Up


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Posted By: The.Crimson.King
Date Posted: September 04 2013 at 23:18
Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:


  • Stranglers - Rattus Norvegicus (not punk, forgive me)

Good choice...I don't know exactly how one would classify The Stranglers but they fit in these punk lists rather well Thumbs Up


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Posted By: richardh
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 01:56
I like Siouxsie and The Banshees and The Stranglers and have compilation albums. I also own XTC and PIL albums but don't like them as much.

Do people here actually listen to Crass?!Shocked


Posted By: CPicard
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 11:40
Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:


Do people here actually listen to Crass?!Shocked


To listen to them is one thing.
To enjoy them is another thing.


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 11:45
Shout out to my friends in local Ungdomshuset hardcore/punk band UkrudtHeadbanger

Ford, I miss those concertsCry


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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 12:23
Originally posted by CPicard CPicard wrote:

Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:


Do people here actually listen to Crass?!Shocked


To listen to them is one thing.
To enjoy them is another thing.
To do one while not doing the other is the province of masochists.


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Posted By: Tuzvihar
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 13:29
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

The Stooges - Raw Power


I prefer Fun House. Big smile


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Posted By: Tuzvihar
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 15:19
And SIEKIERA!!




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Posted By: BrufordFreak
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 20:35
Does The Jam count?



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Posted By: Horizons
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 22:25
I'm surprised no At the Drive-In.

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Posted By: Luna
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 22:27
Originally posted by Horizons Horizons wrote:

I'm surprised no At the Drive-In.
I'm surprised that you're surprised.

Originally posted by tamijo tamijo wrote:

At The Drive In
Dosent matter much what albums


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Posted By: Horizons
Date Posted: September 05 2013 at 22:29
wtf i swearf

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Posted By: Polymorphia
Date Posted: September 06 2013 at 10:14
Originally posted by Horizons Horizons wrote:

I'm surprised no At the Drive-In.
At the Drive-in almost made my list, along with Mission of Burma, Parquet Courts, and a few others.


Posted By: smartpatrol
Date Posted: September 06 2013 at 11:58
1.Cardiacs - "The Seaside"
2.Talking Heads - "Fear of Music"
3.Pere Ubu - "Dub Housing"
4.Devo - "Are We Not Men? We Are Devo!"
5.Pere Ubu - "The Modern Dance"
6.Talking Heads - "More Songs About Buildings and Food"
7.Cardiacs - "A Little Man and a House and the Whole World Window"
8.DNA - DNA on DNA
9.Joy Division - "Unknown Pleasures"
10.Devo - "Live, the Mongoloid Years"
11.At the Drive In - "Relationship of Command"
12."No New York"
13.R. Stevie Moore - "Delicate Tension"
14.Pere Ubu - "The Art of Walking"
15.Joy Division - "Closer"


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Posted By: dr wu23
Date Posted: September 06 2013 at 14:00
Originally posted by smartpatrol smartpatrol wrote:

1.Cardiacs - "The Seaside"
2.Talking Heads - "Fear of Music"
3.Pere Ubu - "Dub Housing"
4.Devo - "Are We Not Men? We Are Devo!"
5.Pere Ubu - "The Modern Dance"
6.Talking Heads - "More Songs About Buildings and Food"
7.Cardiacs - "A Little Man and a House and the Whole World Window"
8.DNA - DNA on DNA
9.Joy Division - "Unknown Pleasures"
10.Devo - "Live, the Mongoloid Years"
11.At the Drive In - "Relationship of Command"
12."No New York"
13.R. Stevie Moore - "Delicate Tension"
14.Pere Ubu - "The Art of Walking"
15.Joy Division - "Closer"
 
I'm no expert on punk but it seems to me that many of those are 'new wave' , 'post punk', and 'new romantic'...or are they all basically the same..?
Confused


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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 06 2013 at 14:01
Originally posted by dr wu23 dr wu23 wrote:

I'm no expert on punk but it seems to me that many of those are 'new wave' , 'post punk', and 'new romantic'...or are they all basically the same..?
Confused
The OP said all that was fair game too.


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Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: September 06 2013 at 16:49
A slightly straighter punk selection

The Ramones: The Ramones
The Damned : Damned Damned Damned
Stiff Little Fingers: Inflammable Material
999: 999
Crass: Christ The Album
X Ray Spex: Germ Free Adolescents
The Adverts: Crossing the Red Sea with THe Adverts
Big Black: Songs about f**king
Penetration: Coming up for Air
Blondie: Parallel Lines
THe Fall: Live at the Witches Trials
Ultravox! Ha! Ha! Ha!
THe Clash: The Clash
Siouxsie and the Banshees: THe Scream
The Ramones: It's Alive
The Stranglers: No More Heroes







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Posted By: Apsalar
Date Posted: September 06 2013 at 17:44
The Associates - Fourth Drawer Down
Dog faced Hermans – Hum of Life 
Minutemen – Double Nickels on the Dime 
The Slits – Cut 
Stretchheads – Pish in Your Sleazebag 
Big Black – The Hammer Party 
Drop Dead – 2nd LP 
Die Goldenen Zitronen - ??? 
Звуки Му - Грубый Закат 
The Ex – Tumult


Posted By: jude111
Date Posted: September 07 2013 at 20:23

My favorite post-punk/hardcore album: Husker Du's Zen Arcade (including the blistering single, Eight Miles High), both from 1984.

Favorite pre-punk albums (or whatever they are) would have to be Pere Ubu's two from 1978, Dub Housing and The Modern Dance.

Pure undiluted punk: Sex Pistols' Never Mind the Bullocks and Wire's Pink Flag from 1977. The Ramones are a lot of fun. Oh, and this band never gets mentioned because they were French (but are *still huge* in France): Téléphone. Their self-titled debut came out in 1977. Lots of classics.


Posted By: BrufordFreak
Date Posted: September 07 2013 at 21:04
Repeat question )(re-phrased): Do THE JAM (Paul Weller's group 1972-82) count as punk?

There are a lot of bands being named/listed here that I never knew/considered "punk"!! I thought punk was MC5, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, Patti Smith, The Stranglers, The Sex Pistols and a bunch of slash bands! Never even considered The Ramones, The Clash, The Buzzcocks, and Souixie and the Banshees as punk! 


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Posted By: Polymorphia
Date Posted: September 07 2013 at 21:42
Originally posted by BrufordFreak BrufordFreak wrote:

Repeat question )(re-phrased): Do THE JAM (Paul Weller's group 1972-82) count as punk?

There are a lot of bands being named/listed here that I never knew/considered "punk"!! I thought punk was MC5, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, Patti Smith, The Stranglers, The Sex Pistols and a bunch of slash bands! Never even considered The Ramones, The Clash, The Buzzcocks, and Souixie and the Banshees as punk! 
In this case, I'm not referring to "punk" as a genre, but rather a tradition. While I still use genres because they're familiar to other people, I honestly hate rigidly defining things by their physical characteristics. I much prefer the idea of a "tradition." For instance, I consider the electronic works of Stockhausen and Xenakis as "avant-garde classical" music (or more accurately "Darmstadt"), because it was composed in the avant-garde classical tradition and school of thought, although the medium is electronic. This method both welcomes and, by its welcoming, guards against the hazy lines of physical genre classification. Were the Beatles the first alternative rock artist? Nope. Was Magma the first goth rock band? Nope. Are the Ramones punk or are they— They're punk. This also is in regards to prog. When I refer to prog, I mean one of two things: (1) the artists listed on this site or (2) the artists in the tradition of what was called "progressive rock" including those who identify themselves today with those who were first of that tradition. This is why "genres" such as post-punk, hardcore punk, post-hardcore, etc. are being considered in these lists— because I, essentially, was referring to "punk" as a tradition, and not a genre.


Posted By: Toaster Mantis
Date Posted: September 08 2013 at 04:10
Don't know enough about the genre to make a personal top 10 list yet, but The Jesus Lizard's Liar would definitely be on it. That album has some of the best bass playing in the past 25 years of rock music, not to mention that the songwriting shows a sense for building up and releasing tension that 95% of post-rock groups would kill for.


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Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 14:45
Originally posted by jude111 jude111 wrote:





My favorite post-punk/hardcore album: Husker Du's Zen Arcade (including the blistering single, Eight Miles High), both from 1984.
Favorite pre-punk albums (or whatever they are) would have to be Pere Ubu's two from 1978, Dub Housing and The Modern Dance.
Pure undiluted punk: Sex Pistols' Never Mind the Bullocks and Wire's Pink Flag from 1977. The Ramones are a lot of fun. Oh, and this band never gets mentioned because they were French (but are *still huge* in France): Téléphone. Their self-titled debut came out in 1977. Lots of classics.




Ha. In 1981 I went to see the Ramones in London (Hammersmith Odeon)and hey presto Telephone were the support band. 'Nobody' knew who they were and they didn't go down well. At one point the singer asked the crowd not to spit at him as he had 'a brand new jacket' he was greeted with a lovely gob strewn shower from the punks at the front - of course. I don't think I have ever listened to them since I will have to put that right I owe them that.

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Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 14:55
Originally posted by BrufordFrea. BrufordFrea. wrote:

Repeat question )(re-phrased): Do THE JAM (Paul Weller's group 1972-82) count as punk?
There are a lot of bands being named/listed here that I never knew/considered "punk"!! I thought punk was MC5, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, Patti Smith, The Stranglers, The Sex Pistols and a bunch of slash bands! Never even considered The Ramones, The Clash, The Buzzcocks, and Souixie and the Banshees as punk! 


You are and American me thinks. What is and isn't punk was always argued about at school (in Britain). Of the ones you mention we would have said almost the complete opposite. All except the Pistols. Strangely the one band we argued about the most was The Stranglers as they suffered from being a) Quite musical b) already ancient. c)Had been a band before 1976.

Of course time changes perspective and well many of the 1st wave of British punk bands hardly produced any 'Punk' music.

Re The Jam I think that they were considered a punk band by many up to their first album. Even that is debateable so I wouldn't say they were a punk band. They wouldn't call themselves that either.

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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 16:21
Originally posted by Toaster Mantis Toaster Mantis wrote:

Don't know enough about the genre to make a personal top 10 list yet, but The Jesus Lizard's Liar would definitely be on it. That album has some of the best bass playing in the past 25 years of rock music, not to mention that the songwriting shows a sense for building up and releasing tension that 95% of post-rock groups would kill for.
I agree that's an amazing album.  I love that band, and I think that may be their best album, or at least a tie with "Goat".  I saw them live around that time and I'd never heard of them before that, but boy, did they leave an impression on me.


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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 16:25
The Jam were more of a neo-Mod band, carrying on the tradition of the Who and the Kinks.  In the sense of reviving old-school rock and roll values, they shared some characteristics with the first wave of punk bands, but they very quickly (like, within a year after their first album) diverged onto their own path apart from punk and probably did so deliberately to distance themselves from punk.

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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 16:31
As for the Stranglers, very little of what I've heard from them bears much resemblance at all to punk -- the similarity is more in their more confrontational attitude (e.g. "Bring on the Nubiles", a relatively sneering vocal tone, etc) than anything else.  They were really more "New Wave" or even "proto-New-Wave", and as akamaison mentioned they were fairly sophisticated musically (for the 1976-77 period, certainly), and were older than their punk would-be peers.

Not that any of this matters in the course of this discussion, as the OP was pretty clear that the discussion of bands here can be made as broad as one would like, so long as the bands are loosely contained within the general "punk tradition".  Which I'm cool with -- arguing about who falls into what genre is one of the least interesting topics that crops up again and again in this forum, to be honest.


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Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 17:26
Also albums by Theatre of Hate, Blood and Roses, Sex Gang Children, Lords of the New Church, Bauhaus, Southern Death Cult, UK Decay, Christian Death and The Birthday Party of a slightly different punk tradition.

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Posted By: Polymorphia
Date Posted: September 09 2013 at 19:24
Originally posted by akamaisondufromage akamaisondufromage wrote:

Also albums by Theatre of Hate, Blood and Roses, Sex Gang Children, Lords of the New Church, Bauhaus, Southern Death Cult, UK Decay, Christian Death and The Birthday Party of a slightly different punk tradition.
I mentioned a couple goth rock albums in my list, as well. Smile


Posted By: Toaster Mantis
Date Posted: September 10 2013 at 03:46
Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by Toaster Mantis Toaster Mantis wrote:

Don't know enough about the genre to make a personal top 10 list yet, but The Jesus Lizard's Liar would definitely be on it. That album has some of the best bass playing in the past 25 years of rock music, not to mention that the songwriting shows a sense for building up and releasing tension that 95% of post-rock groups would kill for.
I agree that's an amazing album.  I love that band, and I think that may be their best album, or at least a tie with "Goat".  I saw them live around that time and I'd never heard of them before that, but boy, did they leave an impression on me.


Turbonegro's Apocalypse Dudes would have to make the list too, just because of how funny the lyrics are.


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Posted By: Chris S
Date Posted: September 10 2013 at 03:55
Television- Marquee Moon
Clash - London's Calling
Clash- Sandanista
John Cooper Clarke - Snap, Crackle & Bop
The Beat
The Cure
The Sound
The Pogues
Bauhaus...to name a few


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Posted By: someone_else
Date Posted: September 10 2013 at 04:19
I have little liking for this kind of music in general, but there are at least a few good albums. To mention a few:

Joy Division - Closer
The Cure - Faith
Nina Hagen Band - s/t


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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: September 10 2013 at 08:41
One of the true punk bands, that never really got viewed as one as I understand it, is The Stooges. At least that's what I hear when I pop on those first albums. Sure they were all recorded well before the term 'punk' got coined, but when you listen to an album like Raw Power, it's uncanny just how far ahead of their time they were. It's simple, anarchistic, in your face, extremely provocative and just about every other punk connotation you care to throw at it. 

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