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Synonyms for punk rock

rock music with deliberately offensive lyrics expressing anger and social alienation

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Colin Fisher said: "Most of us are punk rock followers.
However, for anyone interested in punk rock as a cultural phenomenon, or a lifestyle, this reader is highly recommended.
Many of those involved are studying at King Edward VI College and Punk Rock is directed by lecturer Simon Winterman.
You look around you in society and the culture - so many things would not have been the same if there never was punk rock.
Fronted by singer Pauline Murray, Penetration formed at the vanguard of the punk rock movement in 1976, initially starting out practising in Ferryhill's Scout hut, church hall, and local pub before going on to tour Europe.
The Stockland Green councillor spoke enthusiastically about his brief spell as frontman for a student punk rock outfit The Deadends, about 20 years ago.
Passionate and scholarly, this book will appeal to readers interested in punk rock and the history of rock music.
Punk rock icon Johnny Rotten has been accused of selling out by appearing in a British television commercial for butter and a celebrity reality show.
NEW YORK DOLLS - 'CAUSE I SEZ SO THE original spirits, who brought lipstick and feather boas to punk rock before punk rock even existed, return one man down and more leathery than ever, with an album of new material.
ACCORDING to the authors of this book, punk rock is about estrangement from, and opposition to, capitalist society, although it is also recognized that it has accommodative tendencies as well.
GROWING UP in Calgary in the 1970s, members of a punk rock band called the Hot Nasties, we were misfits.
Readers know from your articles that you aspire to be anything from pirates to punk rock stars.
The all-new splash winter fashion show featured three inspirational themes: Roule Rouge, a flamboyant yet sensual line which sums up true femininity; Punk Rock, a line that takes inspiration from the late 70's and early 80's ideology presenting the era of Punk Rock; and Venice dreams, a line which takes inspiration from the hub of international fashion, Italy.
The Sex Pistols and The Clash may be associated with '70s punk rock movement but in Wales another band was heading the movement - the Tax Exiles.