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returntothepit >> discuss >> ATTN: Worcester RTTP'ers by mOe on Oct 12,2007 2:49pm
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toggletoggle post by mOe  at Oct 12,2007 2:49pm
Me and my lady's band is playin a show in Worcester tomorrow (Saturday) night @ the Lucky Dog. It's not metal, more like indie rock/post punk stuff but if you're up to nothing come watch us DESTROY the Dog. I know there's the QVCC show, but we probably wont be playing until 9:30/10-ish. Also, the show is with Fear Nuttin Band...at least there will be ONE brutal band on the show!

i know i know
*fucks off and dies due to lack of tr00*



toggletoggle post by handinjury at Oct 12,2007 5:07pm
What does "post punk" mean?



toggletoggle post by the_reverend   at Oct 12,2007 5:10pm
emo



toggletoggle post by mOe  at Oct 12,2007 5:17pm
no it doesnt
wikipedia it or something



toggletoggle post by the_reverend   at Oct 12,2007 5:27pm
ok, screamo then



toggletoggle post by handinjury at Oct 12,2007 6:07pm
mOe said:
no it doesnt
wikipedia it or something


Post-punk was a popular musical movement beginning at the end of the 1970s, following on the heels of the initial punk rock explosion of the mid 1970s. The genre retains its roots in the punk movement but is more introverted, complex and experimental[1]. Post-punk laid the groundwork for alternative rock by broadening the idea of what punk and underground music could do, incorporating elements of Krautrock (specifically the use of synthesizers), Jamaican dub music, American funk, studio experimentation, and even punk's traditional polar opposite, disco, into the genre.

It found a firm place in the 1980s indie scene, and led to the development of genres such as industrial music and alternative rock. Post-punk's biggest influence remains in the vast variety of sounds and styles it pioneered, many of which proved very influential in the later alternative rock scene.

So, now you know.......



toggletoggle post by the_reverend   at Oct 12,2007 6:20pm
aka post-disco. way to kill disco punk. not.



toggletoggle post by Lamp  at Oct 12,2007 11:25pm
handinjury said:
What does "post punk" mean?


False genre.



toggletoggle post by FuckIsMySignature at Oct 12,2007 11:29pm



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