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Punk Rock

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Transcript of Punk Rock

By: Liza Crisanti PUNK ROCK Genres The Start Rise of Punk World
Vocal
Soundtrack
Rock
Reggae
R&B/Soul
Pop
Opera
K-Pop
Latino 1980's-
Faster
Rise to post-punk
Started Alternative Rock Movement
More aggresive
Hardcore
Oi! a z Bands are a bit more tame, alot with more pop feels. Hardcore still does exist but is usually sperated with emo and gothic type music to their own sub-genre. y Dance
Country
Classic
Anime
Alternative
Instrumental
Gospel
Indie
Hip-Hop/Rap
Techno ___________________________________________________ -Punk Rock- Formed:
New Wave
Post-Punk
Gothic Rock
Alternative Rock
Emo Instruments Used
Vocals
Electric Guitar
Bass
Drums Folk
Rock-a-Billy
Ska
Surf
Glam Rock
Pub Rock Derives more from:
Protopunk
Rock
Garage Rock
Alternative Originated 1974
-United Kingdom
-Australia
-United States What is Punk Rock? Rooted in garage and protopunk rock music Own take of mainstream 1970's rock Fast, hard-edged music. Typically with short songs, stripped intruemntal, and often political, anti-establishment lyrics. Embraces a do it yourself ethic: usually bands in the genre made self-produced recordings, and distrubuted them through informal comercials. First known:
Ramones
Sex Pistols
The Clash Punk Rock spread quickly around the world, majorly a huge phenomenon in Britain.
Expressed through clothing.
Youthful Rebellion and refusal to be mainstream scenes is where Punk ROck took root. Mordern Day Punk Modern Punk Rock Modern Hardcore Punk Pop & Alternative Punk The Experience 21st Century-
Accepted by mainstream
Resulting in modern day Punk Rock bands
Green Day
The Offspring
The modern take bands brought wide spread popularity to the genre. The Music Classic: Hardcore: Alternative/Indie: Pop: Old Classic New Classic Dance
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