favorite punk albums?

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every once in a while i take a break from 'all things br00talz' and dust off some old punk or ska favorites like dookie, tragic kingdom, does this look infected? etc

what are some of your favorite bands, songs or albums?

feel free to post up pics and vids...
 

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Choking Victim - No Gods No Managers
Leftöver Crack - Mediocre Generica
Leftöver Crack - Constructs of The State
Bad Religion - Suffer
Bad Religion - No Control
Bad Religion - Against the Grain
Bad Religion - Recipe For Hate
Fugazi - 13 Songs
Minor Threat - Discography
Operation Ivy - Energy
Rancid - ...And Out Come The Wolves
The Bouncing Souls - Hopeless Romantic
The Bouncing Souls - How I Spent My Summer Vacation
The Bouncing Souls - The Gold Record
Social Distortion - Social Distortion
Social Distortion - Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

Just off the top of my head.
 

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Any of Green Day's first 5 albums from 39 smooth to Nimrod, then American Idiot. No Doubt's tragic kingdom is another for sure.
Drop Kick Murphy is a lot of fun as well as Bowling For Soup. Most recent punk group is probably The Bombpops.
 

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Choking Victim - No Gods No Managers
Leftöver Crack - Mediocre Generica
Leftöver Crack - Constructs of The State
Bad Religion - Suffer
Bad Religion - No Control
Bad Religion - Against the Grain
Bad Religion - Recipe For Hate
Fugazi - 13 Songs
Minor Threat - Discography
Operation Ivy - Energy
Rancid - ...And Out Come The Wolves
The Bouncing Souls - Hopeless Romantic
The Bouncing Souls - How I Spent My Summer Vacation
The Bouncing Souls - The Gold Record
Social Distortion - Social Distortion
Social Distortion - Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

Just off the top of my head.
Great list. LoC and Choking V were my idols in my early days. Ended up doing acid with a few of them. Really glad i gave that lifestyle up.
 

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Let's see, where to start...

Pegboy - Strong Reaction
Pennywise - Unknown Road
NOFX - Ribbed, White Trash, Punk
Bad Religion - Generator
No Use for a Name - The Daily Grind, Leche con Carne
Lagwagon - Trashed
Screetching Weasel - Boogadaboogadaboogada!
Ten Foot Pole - Rev
Fugazi - Repeater
Big Drill Car - CD Type Thing
 

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His Hero Is Gone: Monuments To Thieves
Bad Religion: Suffer
The Minutemen: Double Nickels on the Dime
Stupid Babies Go Mad: Speed, Thrill, Stupid!
Judge: Bringin' It Down
 

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As much as I like stuff like Fugazi, Black Flag, The Minutemen, Bad Religion and Minor Threat I really haven't listened to much of them. I did a bit more in my youth with people I hung out with, but then got into heavier and proggy stuff.

One I always liked and had listened to somewhat recently was the Pink Lincolns' first album.
 

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As much as I like stuff like Fugazi, Black Flag, The Minutemen, Bad Religion and Minor Threat I really haven't listened to much of them. I did a bit more in my youth with people I hung out with, but then got into heavier and proggy stuff.

One I always liked and had listened to somewhat recently was the Pink Lincolns' first album.

A lot of that late 80's/early 90's stuff is pretty difficult to get into because the quality is so poor and until a lot of it was uploaded to YouTube or one of the music subscription services, it was really hard to find.

Then you have the artists with a huge catalog, like Bad Religion, or tons of demos, or who changed their sound a lot.
 

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That's true though I kind of expect it to a degree when listening to music of the era... It's not my go to for listening though it should be in the rotation!
 

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The majority of albums by Die Ärzte or Tote Hosen.
You don’t know punk if you don’t know German punk bands.

Bad Religion and Misfits are also ok.
 

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This is one of the few albums I purchased in my early teens that still gets regular spins. I replaced the CD many times. Lotta bangers on this one, lotta teenage heart feels.


Another one that has made it through the years from my teens. This album is wall to wall bangers, though some of the lyrical content has aged poorly.


I think I wanna be her best friend


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Greek Day’s Nimrod is probably my favorite.

Good Charlotte’s Young and Hopeless was pivotal for me getting into guitar and heavier music. Good Charlotte was my gateway drug to all things metal 😂
 

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Strung Out - American Paradox
Strung Out - Exile in Oblivion
Strung Out - Transmission Alpha Delta
Pulley - Together Again for the First Time
Pulley - Matters
Millencolin - Pennybridge Pioneers
Millencolin - Home from Home
AFI - Sing The Sorrow (it's kinda punk)
Rufio - Perhaps, I suppose
Rufio - MCMLXXXV
None More Black - File Under Black

Probably loads more but those are some of my favourite albums.
 


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