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Pictures, facts, memories and emotions from an irrepressible, sweeping, wild, exciting time of the 70s and 80s.

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47 years ago today

Ramones - Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World at CBGB, New York City, June 10, 1977

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43 years ago
Iggy Pop in London, June 1981.

Photo by Tom Sheehan

#punk #punks #punkrock #oldschoolpunk #punklegend #iggypop #history #punkrockhistory

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37 years ago
Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death is a compilation album by the American hardcore punk band Dead Kennedys released in June 1987 through the record label Alternative Tentacles.

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35 years ago today
Fugazi at Club Dreamerz in Chicago, June 10, 1989, shortly after the release of their first EP.

Photos by John W. Sisson, Jr.

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45 years ago
Plasmatics at legendary club CBGB, NYC, June 9, 1979. "Tight Black Pants"

not the very best quality but still worth seeing

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47 years ago today
Sid Vicious and Johnny Rotten at Portobello Hotel, London on June 9, 1977.

Photo by Elisa Leonelli

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45 years ago today
Randy Rampage and Joey Shithead of D.O.A. at the Rock Against Racism concert June 9, 1979, Lincoln Park, Chicago

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38 years ago
Cause for Alarm is the second full-length studio album by New York hardcore/hardcore punk band Agnostic Front, released in June 1986, following 1984's Victim in Pain as another masterpiece (in my opinion).

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25 years ago todas
Luxury Problem is the last studio album by the American punk rock band Lunachicks, released on this day in 1999.

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Happy Birthday to Gregory Regis "Greg" Ginn, guitarist and main songwriter for hardcore punk rock band Black Flag, born on this day in 1954, Tucson

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45 years ago today
The Ramones at San Francisco Civic Center on June 8, 1979

Photo by Merideth Grierson

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47 years ago today
God Save The Queen: The Infamous Sex Pistols' Silver Jubilee Boat Trip Down The River Thames, June 7, 1977

Photos by Brian Cooke

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42 years ago
Circle Jerks at Stages, Chicago, Illinois, June 1982.

Photo by Marie Kanger-Born

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46 years ago
Wonderful young ladies at the beginning of their careers 🌹💜

Kate Pierson & Cindy Wilson on the night of the first B-52′s gig at CBGB, June 1978

Photo by Bobby Grossman

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38 years ago
'Can I Say' is the debut album by the American melodic hardcore punk rock band Dag Nasty, released in June 1986 on Dischord Records and produced by Ian MacKaye.

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Rites of Spring is the debut album by American post hardcore punk band Rites of Spring, featuring this track For Want Of

Here at the 9:30 Club, Washington DC in 1985

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47 years ago today
Johnny Rotten with Johnny Ramone in a relaxed conversation backstage at The Roundhouse, London before a Ramones gig (with Talking Heads and The Saints supporting) June 6, 1977.

Photo by Jill Furmanovsky

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Happy Birthday to Jay Bentley, bassist and co-founding member of the punk rock group Bad Religion, member of Wasted Youth, T.S.O.L. and Circle Jerks, born on this day in 1964, Wichita

Photo by Anthony Diaz

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39 years ago

Rites of Spring is the only studio album by the American (post)hardcore punk band Rites of Spring, produced by Ian MacKaye and released June 1985 on Dischord Records

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Released 44 years ago

Pay To Cum!, the debut single by hardcore punk band Bad Brains

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44 years ago
"Pay to Cum!" is the debut single by Washington DC based hardcore punk band Bad Brains, released June 1980 with "Stay Close to Me" as B-side

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22 years ago today
In memory of Dee Dee Ramone, founding member, songwriter, bassist and actual fixture and heart of the Ramones, died on this day in 2002 of a heroin overdose.

Photo Tom Hill

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47 years ago today
Patti Smith performs at CBGB on June 5, 1977 wearing a neck brace after falling off a stage and breaking her neck.

Photo by Charlie Steiner

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Remembering Stiv Bators, who died 34 years ago today

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48 years ago today
The Sex Pistols appeared at The Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester. The now legendary night is regarded as a catalyst to the punk rock movement. In the audience were Morrissey, Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook & Mark E Smith

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