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Pop Punk Music
Transcript of Pop Punk Music
Some well known pop punk artists include Green Day, Blink 182, Bowling for Soup, Sum 41 and Rancid.
Green Day released their Dookie album in 1994, a popular song from the album is Basket Case.
Green Day is my chosen artist to represent this genre because so many other bands have modeled themselves after Green Day. They were also extremely successful.
Pop punk finds it's origins in punk music from the late 1970's. Punk was changed in the 1980's to a harder, faster form of punk. MTV played a big role in the genre gaining popularity, they played pop punk artist's videos over and over. Warped Tour is a great place to find pop punk artists.
Definition: pop punk (noun) – a genre that combines elements of punk rock with elements of pop music.
Pop Punk Music is based off of punk music from the 70's. The lyrics are generally very related to. These artists will sing about love, friends, partying and other teenage problems. There is always a guitar, bass player and a drummer in the band. The songs can range from angry to sad. There is generally an emo look to the members of the band, wild hair, chucks, dark makeup, etc.
AllyPopPunk, . "North of the Border, The Definition of PopPunk." PopPunkWorld.com. N.p., 18 Oct 2013. Web. 5 Nov. 2013. <http://poppunkworld.com/2013/10/18/north-of-the-border-the-definition-of-pop-punk/>.
The Magician, . "History of Pop Punk Music with Timeline." HubPages. N.p.. Web. 5 Nov 2013. <http://hubpages.com/hub/History-of-Pop-Punk-Music-with-Timeline>.
I found an interesting website, 32 Ways to Tell if You Grew Up in the Golden Age of Pop Punk.