This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: release Anarchy in the UK in 1976 infamous TV appearance leads cancellation and banned record next stunt even bigger- “God Save the Queen” only real protest to Queen Silver Jubilee celebration God Save the Queen hits #1 but on top ten list name is blacked out The Clash Lasted much longer than Sex Pistols More political band-multiple influences Reggae music big influence Link between punk and Reggae is the rebelliousness. Bob Marley and famed Reggae producer Lee Perry work with Punks in UK Punky Reggae Party New Wave of punk more pop and reggae influenced The Police, The Pretenders, Elvis Costello Sex Pistols hit the USA Decide to tour in the South to get bigger reaction They get it. They break up in San Francisco before tour is over Punk bands change sound and have hits Talking Heads and RnB feel Blondie and Disco “not music for the over privileged” in US Punk finally hits big with the Grunge sound...
View Full Document
- Spring '08
- Punk rock, Sex Pistols, influences Reggae music, UK Punky Reggae, PBS Punk Documentary