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UK or US punk?

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UK or US punk?
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neither lmao
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US by far senpai
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>UK
PiL
Wire
This Heat
Swell Maps
Moonshake

>US
Pere Ubu
Chrome
Talking Heads

If for some reason post-punk doesn't count then I agree with >>60189098
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>>60189140
Forgot to mention
UK > US
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>>60189140
>Pere Ubu
whoa, they're american? i always assumed they were british for some reason
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>>60189140
>UK
PiL
Wire
This Heat
Swell Maps
Moonshake
The Pop Group
Gang of Four
Magazine
Sex Pistols
The Clash
Joy Division

>US
Pere Ubu
Chrome
Talkingheads
X
The Gun Club
Minutemen
Husker Du
Black Flag
Dead Kennedys
Butthole Surfers
Television
Suicide
Richard Hell & The Voidoids
The Ramones
Patti Smith
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US

the 77 London scene had some great bands, but it also had a lot of shitty pop bands, and the UK82 scene was fucking idiotic
that said, the British anarcho and crust scenes were awesome, but they were also short-lived and rather small

the US had a great early punk scene, which transitioned to a great hardcore scene, which turned into a great noise rock scene, screamo scene, etc.

punk is just way bigger in the US and has a longer timeline, which isn't to say American music is better, but the thing is when American punk evolved, it just splintered into more types of punk (psychobilly, pop punk, cowpunk, post-hardcore, grunge, garage punk, etc), but when British punk evolved, it evolved away from punk and turned into music genres that weren't identifiably punk in any way (post-punk, darkwave, C86, madchester, etc)
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>>60189326
Also Devo to be honest
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>>60189173
From my hometown of Cleveland :^)
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US by faaaar
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>>60189326
>Butthole Surfers
>Suicide
OK, I forgot about these two. I don't like any of those others though. I don't even like Butthole Surfers that much.
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>>60189088
UK by far
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>>60189326
>no Bad Brains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnWKhq8l_5c
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>>60189088
US for punk
UK for post-punk
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>>60189088
The way U.K. specifically the Thatcher era was very repressive towards certain attitudes made for some pretty interesting punk
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>>60189326
>no Cramps
s m h f a m
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> US
Fugazi
Hüsker Dü
The Replacements
Bad Brains
Blacklisted
Dead Boys
Gorilla Biscuits
The Gun Club
Richard Hell
I Hate Myself
Jawbox
Jawbreaker
Pile
Portraits of Past
Quicksand
Ramones
Rites of Spring
Television
The Thermals
Touché Amoré
X
Anasazi
Black Flag
Ceremony
Circle Jerks
The Cramps
Cro-Mags
Dag Nasty
Descendents
D Generation
The Dils
Down to Nothing
The Ergs!
Flatfoot 56
Funeral Diner
The Gaslight Anthem
Germs
The Gits
Have Heart
Heroin
Hot Water Music
Planes Mistaken for Stars
Jay Reatard
Seaweed
Slint
Turning Point
Wipers

> UK
The Clash
Conflict
Crass
Leatherface
X-Ray Spex
The Adverts
Amebix
Charged G.B.H
The Damned
The Pogues
Skids
Stiff Little Fingers
The Undertones
Wire
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So, nobody's gonna mention Iggy Pop and The Stooges?
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This thread again? Who cares? Good music is good music no matter where it comes from.
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american rock has always been better than UK rock (except for prog rock, you lads have us beat on that one)
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just watch slc punk
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>>60190625
ew
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>>60190651
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nwGndfR4l4
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>>60190218
>no moss icon/heroin
>i hate myself in there
baka
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>>60190803
I did include Heroin
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>>60190803
moss icon is literally black flag except they're xusosis-core for some reason

they aren't even unique at all
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>Canada
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>>60190600
What about in the 60s?
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It all depends on what sub genre we're talking about. My personal favorite is folk-punk, which obviously would go to US.
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>>60192797
>My personal favorite is folk-punk
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>>60192847
You got a problem with folk-punk?
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>>60192910
Yes.
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>>60192931
What is wrong with it?
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