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Postby Guest » Sat Apr 10, 2004 6:26 pm

Anonymous wrote:cept maybe The Casualties

This is a joke, right? Those guys have a vocabulary of 3 words - "Oi!", "Drunk", and "Punk". Revolutionary, right? If I had to pick one punk band with the least to offer, the Casualties would be it, without question.

Maybe it's just me, but I'm getting pretty sick of people touting RATM as a "revolutionary" band. Being rock stars is bad enough, but it's a lot worse when you pretend to do it for "the people". Give me a break.

As far as metal goes, I reccomend Undying, Purification, Catharsis, Zegota...

Postby gonetocroatan » Sat Apr 10, 2004 6:27 pm

Sorry, above was me.
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Postby Din » Sat Apr 10, 2004 6:47 pm

gonetocroatan wrote:Those guys have a vocabulary of 3 words - "Oi!", "Drunk", and "Punk".

Hmmm. Maybe there's some sort of complicated subtext underneath. :lol:
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Postby Guest » Sun Apr 11, 2004 1:25 pm

I'd give you more if i was on my own comp.

-Tom Frampton (amazing situationist-esque folk punk, search his name on google)
-Rudimentary Peni
-Flus of Pink Indians
-Swallowing Shit
-Against Me!
-T(I)NC (though I'm pretty sure they're on universal or some shit like that, jesus how can you have an ep called capitalism stole my virginity and be on a fucking major)
-This Bike is a Pipe Bomb
-A global threat
-Bandits of the acoustic revolution
-I Spy
-Clann Zú

Other (somewhat) radical music that's not punt/metal

-Woody Guthrie
-The coup
-Dead Prez
-The Men of no Property
-phil ochs
-men of no property
-operation cliff clavin
-operation ivy
-rythm activism
-Barbara Dane
-greg macpherson
-ani difranco

Postby camelface » Mon Apr 12, 2004 8:21 am


Think what you want about them, but I still think that having one super mainstream anti-capitalist band is good. I personally don't think their message got washed away as they grew in popularity. If it did, bah, whatever, they still were really good musically and remained a valuable anti-capitalist popular rap-rock band.
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