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Discount was a punk rock band from Vero Beach, Florida that formed in 1995 and disbanded in 2000. They released three full length albums, several EPs, and two b-side collections. Members have gone on to form Unitas, The Kills, The Kitchen, Black Cougar Shock Unit, The Routineers, The Dead Weather, The Draft, and Monikers.

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  • Avatar for kali_ram
    punk is still wicked awesome! ;) even better when there is a female vox!
  • Avatar for ruvik
    sounds like Fugazi playing pop punk
  • Avatar for ufocore
    awesome band!
  • Avatar for Coolbutlame
    Wait, this is the same chick who's doing The Kills and Dead Weather now??? O_o
  • Avatar for -Trail-
    Mskaz speaks the truth. Punk rock will live forever and will stick with those who truly love it for an entire lifetime.
  • Avatar for Mskaz
    @neonboo the problem here is that most people don't get the beauty and awesomeness of simple "standard" punk rock, so they feel inclined to listen to more fancy-pretentious-boring-stuff and to judge what they hear with some preconcieved ideas about music and art, instead of just listen with their hearts open. discount "poppy punk rock" is just perfect to me. if you don't "get it" that's ok, it makes these jams even more precious for us. i had that moment too at 22/23 when i gave up punk rock for a while and started pretending i only liked jazz. i'm glad i got into such amazing stuff and i built a pretty huge jazz albums collection while young, but after a few years i got back listening to punk rock and these simple songs mean much more to me with every passing day than when i was a kid.
  • Avatar for lauragalastre
    her voice was so different
  • Avatar for johannez1
    Alison <3 Everything she does is amazing.
  • Avatar for fnordexplorer
    discount was great, and the kills are forgettable. too bad.
  • Avatar for neonboo
    Wait. You're saying The Kills is selling out compared to THIS? This is standard poppy punk that's bound to hit bigger audiences because it's so easy to chew, all based around a standard formula making all songs sound pretty much the same. It's pretty sad to still be listening to this music and saying it's wicked awesome years after you turned twelve. The Kills on the other hand rock and I doubt their much larger following won't forget them for years to come either. (The Dead Weather I don't care about either so meh)

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