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  1. The Art Attacks was a British punk band from April 1977 to March 1978. Their songs released as singles were "I am a Dalek/Neutron Bomb" and…

  2. Fast Cars were formed in 1977 by Stuart Murray and his brother Steven at school in Swinton, Manchester. They played Pop-Punk, their original line…

  3. The Wasps were a British punk band formed in 1976. They played at popular punk venues like the Vortex and the Roxy and drew favorable reviews in…

  4. Nasty Facts were a NY power pop/punk group with a female singer that released one scarce, collectable, excellent 3-song EP, "Drive My Car," in…

  5. The Cortinas

    1. A The Cortinas are a 1970s Bristol-based punk rock band. Guitarist Nick Sheppard went on to play with The Clash. In 2001, the…

  6. The Nice Boys are a powerpop band hailing from Portland, Oregon. They were formed by former members of the Riffs and former Exploding Hearts…

  7. Formed in Bristol UK in 1978, Private Dicks were the leading lights on the Avon Calling album (Heartbeat Records) - the first compilation album of a…

  8. External Menace formed in the Coatbridge suburb of Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. in 1979 when John Sneddon, then 15, and 13 year old Wullie Hamill's band…

  9. The Diodes were a Canadian punk/new wave band formed in 1976. They released three albums: Diodes (1977), Released (1979) and Action-Reaction…

  10. Formed in London, UK in 1976, and disbanded for dental reasons in 1979, Radio Stars emerged from the tail-end of glam to seize the punk reins with…

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