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Old 01-19-2017, 02:40 PM   #21 (permalink)
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The first you heard?

Bad Brains didn't shape ****ttt I like them though

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Old 01-19-2017, 11:45 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I haven't been able to find anything pre-Fun House that I feel confident calling straight up punk. This album makes me a ****ing danger behind the wheel, this album makes me feel invincible.



The earliest sound I've found that almost feels like punk is The Pretty Things in the mid to late 60s.

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But it's still just a dirty blues-rock 12 bar, not nearly as off-the-rails as The Stooges were a few years later.
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maybe if they turned the singers mic off
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I like Plant but I'd like Zeppelin more if they had a masculine singer.

What exactly makes Communication Breakdown punk? Is it Page's sloppiness?
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Yes, you read right, Led Zeppelin created punk rock; Just ask Johnny Ramone who credits Page’s down stroke style “Communication Breakdown” as being the foundation for the sound of the Ramones. Mickey Leigh of The Rattlers was the one who not only introduced Johnny to Led Zeppelin as he explained in his book, I Slept with Joey Ramone: A Family Memoir, when he recalled this famous exchange with the future guitarist of The Ramones when he wrote, “One day, I started playing Led Zeppelin’s “Communication Breakdown,” and John was really impressed.
“Wow, you know about down strokes, huh?” John said.
“Whaddaya mean, down strokes?” I answered.
“Ya known, how you’re picking everything downward” John said, motioning.
“I’m just trying to play how it sounds.” I explained.
“Yeah, well that’s really important,” John told me. “Most people don’t realize that. That’s how rock & roll should be played. All of it! Everything should be a down stroke.”
And Plant's voice was perfect for Zep. When you have a rhythm section of Bonzo and JPJ slamming everything home in sledgehammer fashion, you need the high end to counter and compliment it.

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