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originated as Afterbirth & the Pinz in late 1975. They soon changed their name to the
and became known for their distinctive "Clockwork Orange" "droog" image, which along with their urgent, uptempo music and light-hearted lyrics, helped set them apart from other punk bands. In the 1980s, they temporarily changed their name to Fun
(for a children's TV appearance) and then ADX (after signing to a major label).
Fifth Overture is the fourth studio album by punk band the
. It was originally released in Germany on SL Records (a division of Gama) in 1986. It was reissued by Captain Oi! Records in 2002 and included the tracks from the "Bar Room Bop" EP. The original record has become one of the
' most sought after collector's items.
Still an active and popular live act, the
appeared at the 2012 Punk Rock Bowling music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.
All songs written by The Ballistics except Easy Way Out, which was originally written by The
, and The Cairo Practitioner, which was written by Sonia McNulty.
The documentary film includes interviews with members of bands involved in the Punk scene between 1976 and 1982 including Ramones,
, Exploited, Avengers, Dead Boys, UK Subs, Zeros, Wayne County & the Electric Chairs and many other artists.
Live and Loud is the first live album by punk band the
. It was recorded in 1981. It was re-released with a live album by Vice Squad.
are a British punk band from Ipswich, Suffolk, England. One of the most popular punk rock bands in the 1980s, they were often in the indie charts during that decade.
This Is Your Life is a compilation album by punk band the
. It was released in 1984 on Fall Out Records and contains mostly previously unreleased tracks. In 1992, Fall Out reissued the album on CD with bonus tracks.
"Falling in Love Again" is a 12-inch single punk band the
, released under the name ADX. It is often included as bonus tracks on reissues of the band's third album, "Smart Alex".
"Viva la Revolution" is a song by punk band the
. It was re-recorded for their debut album "Songs of Praise". It is one of the best known songs by the band, and was featured in the 2003 video game "Tony Hawk's Underground" and commercials for E!'s "Pop Fiction".
The seven tracks that constitute the studio recordings were all written by The Ballistics. The live tracks are both covers. One More Time was originally recorded by The Clash. Easy Way Out was originally recorded by fellow Ipswich band, The
Under the promotion of Ron Watts, the venue then booked punk bands like Angelic Upstarts, U.K. Subs and The
, as well as, from 1981 onwards, hardcore punk bands such as The Varukers, Black Flag, Discharge, Charged GBH, Crass, Picture Frame Seduction, English Dogs, etc. Several live albums were recorded at the club, including one by the Sex Pistols.
Other 1980s Clockwork punk bands include The
(whose version had a more fun, circus-clown emphasis), Die Toten Hosen (who released the themed album Ein kleines bisschen Horrorschau), Blitz (who wore some of the dress later in their career) and The Violators who along with Blitz recorded on the 'No Future' record label.
In 2002, the band was invited to the Warped Tour, with bands like The Casualties, Pistol Grip, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Anti-Flag and Bad Religion among others. After the tour, original drummer Gearbox returned with the band, and with the new bassist Charlie, ex-member Life's Halt, the band released "Freedom Kills" with SOS Records, and toured with The
, The Exploited and Conflict.
Even with Rat splitting his time between the Varukers and Discharge and Biff splitting his time with Sick on the Bus. The Varukers continue to tour. They shared a headlining spot with such acts as Broken Bones, The
, Vice Squad and GBH at the ill-fated British Invasion 2k6 concert festival in San Bernardino, California, which ended in rioting.
Earle Mankey (sometimes misspelled "Earl" in credits) (b. March 8, 1947, Washington, USA) was a guitarist for the band Halfnelson, later called Sparks. He became a record producer, predominantly for Los Angeles area bands like The Pop, 20/20, The Runaways, Concrete Blonde, Jumpin' Jimes, The Long Ryders, The Three O'Clock, The Conditionz,
, and Kristian Hoffman.
Los Kung Fu Monkeys has toured in over 15 countries all over the world, headlining, and also sharing the stage and bill with bands like The Misfits, Moby, Panteon Rococo, Mad Caddies, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Fishbone, Madness, The Toasters, The Aggrolites, NOFX, Dropkick Murphys, Enrique Bunbury, the Planet smashers, and The
Rise Against, Descendents, Dropkick Murphys, Coheed and Cambria, Slapstick (band), The Gaslight Anthem, Minus the Bear, Andrew W.K., Hot Water Music, August Burns Red, Gwar, Frank Turner, The
, Cursive, Nobunny, Of Mice & Men, Deals Gone Bad, A Wilhelm Scream, Teenage Bottlerocket, Larry and His Flask, Off With Their Heads, The Story So Far, Fireworks, Droids Attack, Environmental Encroachment
The Forgotten has played shows and/or toured with Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, The Unseen, The Casualties, U.S. Bombs, GBH, Oxymoron, Agnostic Front, The Business, Madball, Cock Sparrer, Anti-Nowhere League, The
, Nashville Pussy, Demented Are Go, Slayer, Anti-Heros, Bouncing Souls, Hot Water Music, Ignite, Misftis, Sham 69, Cro-Mags, Earth Crisis, U.K. Subs, One Man Army and Stiff Little Fingers.
Sound of Music is the second studio album by punk band the
. It was rereleased by Captain Oi! Records in 2002 and by SOS Records in 2006, each with different bonus tracks. In 2002, Taang! Records rereleased the album along with "Smart Alex" and bonus tracks as "The Collection". The same "Sound of Music" disc with bonus tracks was released separately in 2004.
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