Title: what is punk?
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||August 28, 2016|
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People say that punk is music that you can't understand or it's a piece of no talent trash. "You see, what sounds to you like a big load of trashy old noise is in fact the brilliant music of a genius," (Justin Bard/ Iggy Pop). If you don't like it don't listen to it because to other people it's very powerful music...
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If you don't like it don't listen to it because to other people it's very powerful music. Punk rock, to some it's a group of rebels with no cause, to others it's a group of trouble, people that bring nothing but problems. But in fact to the punks that make up the scene it wasn't what people thought it was, according to Bean it was " to stand out, to be different, to have fun, not to be violent but to have fun"(Bean)...
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