The 70's for me personally started here, this song helped change the face of the music industry and some would say society as a whole, and it's
Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK.
Stiif Little Fingers - Wasted Life.
Still recording and touring, seen them live 9 times now. Have maintained their integrity through all the years.
The Ruts - Babylon's Burning
One of the most under rated bands of the time and genre, could have been true greats if Malcolm Owen had not died so young. Recently performed with
Henry Rollins singing lead.
The Clash - White Man In Hammersmith Palais.
When I first heard this I realised that The Clash were heading for true greatness. R.I.P. Joe.
Tubeway Army - Are Friends Electric
Not everyone's cup of tea but this band helped me discover Kraftwerk and thus demands respect just for that alone!
Joy Division - Transmission
Alas, Ian Curtis, another who died so young, makes me feel a bit cheated.
Everyone has heard Love Will Tear Us Apart, thought i'd post something maybe less familiar for most.
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