Generation X is the first studio album by English punk rock band Generation X, released 17 March 1978 by Chrysalis Records. It was produced by Martin Rushent. One single, "Ready Steady Go", was issued in February 1978 prior to the album's release which reached in the United Kingdom's Singles Chart. Generation X was recorded at TW Studios in Fulham, West London, during November-December 1977, with the producer Martin Rushent and the engineer Alan Winstanley.
50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums. By. Christopher R. Weingarten. And punk’s focus on speed, concision and three-chord simplicity is a natural fit with pop’s core values. Next 12 Exits, their second LP, these Midwestern romantics take great care to season their teenage heartache with bursts of self-awareness ( My Hotel Year ) and posi infatuation anthems ( San Dimas High School Football Rules ).
The Original Punk Album - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 21 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:04:26. The Stranglers - Go Buddy Go - TOTP 1977. The stranglers go buddy go. 'Go Buddy Go' Stranglers Guitar Lesson. Generation X - King Rocker (On Screen Lyrics/Video). King Rocker (2002 Remaster). Generation X King Rocker TOTP 04 01 1979. Buzzcocks - Boredom (great quality). Buzzcocks - Boredom (1977 Spiral Scratch version). THE BUZZCOCKS - BOREDOM (music LIVE at the Roxy).
11 Buzzcocks Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Bolton, England in 1976 by itarist Pete Shelley and singer-songwriter Howard Devoto. Unique lyrics, catchy beat and just enough anger to quench your rage. Great sound brilliant. Excellent energy and mood they sounded unique. Best band from the punk era fact very talented. Love them since 1977. Wire's first album 'Pink Flag' 1977 on the Harvest label is one of the best albums I have ever heard, the tracks and productions are just raw. They are up there with Sex Pistols Anarchy in the UK. Future albums not up to scratch though too refined and not true raw punk all in the top ten! The Fly! LOVE it!
The amount of great punk music that came blasting out from the mid '70s through the early '80s is mind-boggling - in a good way of course. From the back-to-basics approach of the initial wave of punk bands through the open-ended experimentation of all that came after, it was one hell of a ride for fans and bands alike. These are our 10 Essential Albums from the . Punk Era: The Sex Pistols. Never Mind the Bollocks' (1977). Definitely an example of all killer, no filler, 'Singles Going Steady' is not only the perfect introduction to the Buzzcocks, but one of the best introductions to what made the era so special. These guys wrote ultra catchy songs rooted in the spirit of '60s pop a la the Who and the Kinks, but within that framework, they added other distinct elements, the main one being their own unique personality.
Favourite NOFX albums are harder to pin down than jelly on latex, but with Punk In Drublic it felt like perennial losers NOFX had hit paydirt without heading to Majorlabelsville. Opener Linoleum is still one of their best and sums up the classic NOFX lineage: urgent and furious punk that still manages to maintain melody and poignancy. The cover is as much a harbinger of the Blank Generation as the first Ramones album. But there are no uniforms in sight, much less leather jackets. My heroes were Jean-Jacques Burnel of The Stranglers and then Peter Hook from Joy Division. She’s Lost Control has got an amazing bass line.
Albums and soundtracks that revolutionised a country and brought about one of the biggest subcultures ever. One of the pioneering artists for arguably the greatest city for music in the UK, Manchester, the Buzzcocks' importance in both the Punk movement and in the music world as a whole really can't be understated. Released in March 1978, Another Music in a Different Kitchen was the band's debut release and showcases the very best of the band. It has received critical acclaim since its release and the influencing factors in the music make themselves more than apparent to anyone listening.
In 2012, many important punk albums hit the 35th anniversary mark, particularly some of the best UK punk albums of the ’70s. In fact, while there was a lot going on musically that year, any music nerd will agree that 1977 belonged to punk rock. Punk did get more polished after the Buzzcocks made it so gloriously tuneful, but no band ever bested their pop-punk sound. The Clash – London Calling (1979; CBS). By the time they released London Calling, the extent to which The Clash were still punk was up for debate. More than simply a great punk album, London Calling is one of the great rock ‘n’ roll albums of the 20th Century, albeit played by a punk band. That’s enough to warrant its place here among the best UK punk albums, though beneath the vibrant production, vast stylistic palette and playful experimentation stands the same social critics that sneered at authority just two years prior.
|I Don't Mind|
|1-1||–The Buzzcocks*||I Don't Mind|
|1-2||–The Buzzcocks*||What Ever Happened To?|
|1-3||–The Buzzcocks*||Oh Shit!|
|1-4||–The Buzzcocks*||No Reply|
|1-5||–The Buzzcocks*||Moving Away From The Pulsebeat|
|1-6||–The Buzzcocks*||Real World|
|1-7||–The Buzzcocks*||Just Lust|
|1-8||–The Buzzcocks*||Walking Distance|
|1-9||–The Buzzcocks*||Sixteen Again|
|1-10||–The Buzzcocks*||Nothing Left|
|1-11||–The Buzzcocks*||Late For The Train|
|1-12||–The Buzzcocks*||Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)?|
|1-14||–The Buzzcocks*||Harmony In My Head|
|1-15||–The Buzzcocks*||Something's Gone Wrong Again|
|1-16||–The Buzzcocks*||You Say You Don't Love Me|
|1-17||–The Buzzcocks*||I Don't Know What To Do With My Life|
|1-18||–The Buzzcocks*||I Believe|
|Perfect Hits 1977 - 1981|
|2-1||–Generation X||Dancing With Myself|
|2-2||–Generation X||Your Generation|
|2-3||–Generation X||Ready, Steady, Go|
|2-5||–Generation X||Day By Day|
|2-6||–Generation X||Wild Youth|
|2-7||–Generation X||Wild Dub|
|2-8||–Generation X||One Hundred-Punks|
|2-9||–Generation X||King Rocker|
|2-10||–Generation X||Kiss Me Deadly|
|2-11||–Generation X||Gimme Some Truth|
|2-12||–Generation X||New Order|
|2-13||–Generation X||English Dream|
|2-15||–Generation X||Youth, Youth, Youth|
|3-1||–The Stranglers||Walk On By|
|3-2||–The Stranglers||Go Buddy Go|
|3-3||–The Stranglers||Top Secret|
|3-4||–The Stranglers||Old Codger|
|3-5||–The Stranglers||Man In White|
|3-6||–The Stranglers||Rok It To The Moon|
|3-7||–The Stranglers||Love 30|
|3-8||–The Stranglers||Shut Up|
|3-10||–The Stranglers||Mean To Me|
|3-11||–The Stranglers||Cruel Garden|
|3-12||–The Stranglers||Yellowcake UF6|
|3-13||–The Stranglers||5 Minutes|
|3-15||–The Stranglers||N'Emmenes Pas Harry|
|3-16||–The Stranglers||Fools Rush Out|
|3-17||–The Stranglers||Get A Grip On Yourself|
|3-18||–The Stranglers||Straighten Out|