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  1. In 1976, Godard formed Subway Sect with three other fans of the Sex Pistols at the suggestion of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, who wanted…

  2. 1. A British indie pop and "urban folk" band fronted by Darren Hayman.
    2. electronic downtempo artist Lee Jones who released an album called…

  3. Alternative TV were an influential British punk band formed in London in 1976.

    As the founding editor of the pioneering Sniffin' Glue fanzine, Mark…

  4. 999 are an English punk band which formed in London in 1976. Founded by singer/guitarist Nick Cash, 999's original lineup also included Guy Days…

  5. The Monochrome Set are an English post-punk band originally formed in 1978 from the remnants of a college group called The B-Sides (whose…

  6. The Adverts were an English punk rock band who formed in 1976 and broke up in 1979. They are mainly remembered for their singles "One Chord…

  7. Magazine were an influential British ART-PUNK band founded in 1977 by former Buzzcocks singer Howard Devoto and guitarist John McGeoch. The…

  8. The Ruts were a Punk Rock band from London, UK of the late 70s, early 80s. Combining straightforward beefy Punk tracks, such as Babylon is…

  9. Fire Engines hailed from Edinburgh, United Kingdom and comprised David (Davy) Henderson (vocals/guitar), Murray Slade (guitar), Graham Main (bass),…

  10. John Cooper Clarke (born January 25, 1949) is a performance poet from Salford, Lancashire, England, affectionately known as the Bard of Salford.…

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