1976 - 1980 best of punk singles

Sex Pistols > Anarchy In The UK
Modern Lovers > Roadrunner
Ramones > Blitzkrieg Bop
Dr. Feelgood > Roxette
Blondie > In The Flesh
Damned > New Rose
Vibrators > Pogo Dancing
Nick Lowe > So It Goes

Sex Pistols > God Save The Queen
Ian Dury > Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll
Clash > White Riot
Television > Marquee Moon
Elvis Costello > Alison
Nick Lowe > I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass
Police > Fall Out
Iggy Pop > China Girl
Iggy Pop > Success / The Passenger
David Bowie > Heroes
Larry Martin Factory > Sweet mama Fix 
Damned > Neat Neat Neat
Jam > In The City
Ramones > I Remember You
Ramones > Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
Blondie > Denis
Devo > (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Graham Parker > Hold Back The Night
Talking Heads > Psycho Killer
Tom Robinson Band > 2-4-6-8 Motorway
Mink DeVille > Spanish Stroll
Generation X > Your Generation

Police > Roxanne
Ian Dury + Blockheads > Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
Clash > Clash City Rockers
Elvis Costello > Pump It Up
Cure > Killing An Arab
Police > Can't Stand Losing You
Police > So Lonely
Dire Straits > Sultans Of Swing
Siouxie & The Banshees > Honk Kong Garden
Joe Jackson > Is She Really Going Out with Him?
Graham Parker > Hey Lord Don't Ask Me Question
Talking Heads > Take Me To The River
Rachel Sweet > B-A-B-Y
Robert Gordon + Link Wray > Fire

Madness > One Step Beyond
Specials > A Message To You Rudy
Clash > I Fought The Law
Ian Dury + Blockheads > Reason To Be Cheerful, pt 3
Nick Lowe > Cruel To Be Kind
Ramones > Rock 'n' Roll High School
Joe Jackson > Sunday Papers
Knack > My Sharona
Lene Lovich > Lucky Numbers
Motels > Total Control
Pretenders > Brass In Pocket

Stray Cats > Runaway Boys
Cure > A Forest
Rockpile > Teacher Teacher
Ramones > Baby, I Love You
Ramones > Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?
Jim Carroll > People Who Died
X > Soul Kitchen
Nina Hagen > African Reggae
Joe Jackson > The Harder They Come
Rachel Sweet > Baby, Let's Play House
Germs > Lion Share
Blasters > Marie Marie

Los Lobos > Anselma

Dexys Midnight Runners > The Celtic Soul Brothers
Fleshtones > Roman Gods / Ride Your Pony

3 commenti:

alexdoc ha detto...

A parte che lo chiamerei "Punk and Wave", continuo a chiedermi che c'azzeccano i Dire Straits? Non vorrei perpetuare all'infinito questo equivoco, ma se erano Punk (ma pure New wave) loro lo era anche Springsteen.

Blue ha detto...

Giusto. Punk è il titolo ad effetto, in realtà il tema è new wave. Ma già allora si intitolava sempre Punk, che è un termine più bello.

brazzz ha detto...

bè,il termine è new wave,e il punk c'entra il giusto,..comunuqe,ma che annate son state dal76 all'80?oh mio dio che meravigflia..ah..i diree straits non c'entrano niente,ma niente niente...