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  3. The Crucifucks were a Lansing, Michigan-based punk rock band from 1981 to 1989. Throughout their career, the band had a revolving-door line-up,…

  4. Swell Maps were a British experimental rock group of the 1970s from Birmingham, that foreshadowed the birth of post-punk.

    Influenced by the…

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  6. Formed in the early '80s by Joaquin (aka Jack) Brewer and guitarist Joe Baiza, Saccharine Trust metamorphosed from a dissonant, noisy, anti-rock…

  7. Weirdo basement punk from NWI.

    Members play in Big Zit, Ooze, Pukeoid, Liquids, Night Fever & Guinea Kid.

    2014 - CS - Total Conetrol
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  8. Flipper is an influential punk rock band from San Francisco, USA, forming in 1979 from the ruins of punk bands Sleepers and Negative Trend, and…

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  13. Wipers were a punk rock group formed in Portland, Oregon, United States in 1977 by guitarist Greg Sage, drummer Sam Henry and bassist Dave…

  14. Rudimentary Peni (1980 - present) emerged from the anarcho-punk scene in the UK in the early eighties as one of the most novel and recognizable…

  15. Half Japanese is a punk rock band formed by brothers Jad Fair and David Fair in their Uniontown, Maryland bedroom around 1975.

    Their quirky song…

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  17. The Screamers were a synthpunk band which formed in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1975.

    The band emerged in Los Angeles' first wave of…

  18. The Slits was a British punk rock/post-punk/reggae band, formed in London 1976, originally all female led by Arianna Forster (aka Ari Up. It has had…

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