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Old 01-24-2018, 11:56 AM   #16 (permalink)
Maajo
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Originally Posted by Frownland View Post
The thing about post-punk is that it's ambiguous enough to cover a lot of different sounds so stuff like Joy Division, Suicide (technically proto punk but still the dope dope), This Heat, and ****ing U2. As far as I've found, Metabolist is the only band that I've found that's very similar in sound to This Heat but still their own band.

A few of my faves:
Public Image Limited - First Issue
The Pop Group - Y
Pete Ubu - Dub Housing
Teenage Jesus & the Jerks - Everything
The Beatloads - s/t
Swans - Filth
No New York Comp
Glen Branca - The Ascension



Dude. Stop calling The Fall noise rock.
Some people lump the entire new wave genre in with post-punk, which may actually be accurate to some extent given new wave's emergence from the punk scene in the late 70s. I always thought of new wave as being more accessible, but the more I think about, the more I realize that they're essentially the same genre.
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