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What about Hardcore?

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by Kobac, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. Kobac

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    What do you think about HC?Kennedys,Black Flag,D.O.A.,Bad Brains.etc
     

  2. SurgeryXdisaster

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    Kennedys are my favorite band
    I love american hardcore
     
  3. ASA

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    It's all punk to me , idiots got told diff and believed em, sum don't actually believe i like 'punk' and for me to call you a punk is to say your're the real deal ala your hip hop not crap hop

    THINK 4 YOURSELF, @!
     
  4. NuclearArmedHogs

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    80s hardcore was the best. And there's lots of great hardcore bands out there today, still destroying eardrums the world round.
     
  5. idlebagger

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    fugazi were/are easily the best HC band. the Accused were no too bad, either.
     
  6. NGNM85

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    The Dead Kennedys, DOA, and Bad Brains are NOT hardcore. I would say Black Flag wasn't either until after Henry joined the band.
     
  7. t-bag

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    Sick Of It All have always been a favourite,Biohazard (As macho & Cheesy as they are)are Decent,Didn't mind some of the Swedish HC,Refused,Raised Fist.
     
  8. ASA

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    Ya headin off the golden path a little there mut but some worthy notes in there, diff between metal and hardcore and 'jockcore' ala post hardcore that sullied everything as mainstream doez, no dig at u
     
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    how do you really define 'post hardcore'? hardcore never died so how can you have the after while the original is still breathing? could it just be band/people that have gone soft? no dig at any bands, just a thought thats always played on my mind.

    response the original question about the early hardcore bands, i still like them and give them nothing but respect, but i rarely listen to them anymore because there are so many hardcore bands out these days that are more relevant to me and my generation.
     
  10. Kobac

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    D.O.A. with album Hardcore 81 started HC scene.I grew up on Black Flag music.Minor Threat change my way of thinking.Anarcho music learned me to say Fuck off you fucking cunts
     
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    Fave bands; Sick of it all, gorrilla biscuits, Minor Threat, Fugazi, Earth Crisis.

    Some amzing stuff. Mindsnare and iron mind are two melbz HC bands are really good too, but may be guilty of the metal crossover (like i give a fuck but if you like to judge, bear that in mind)
     
  12. ASA

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    well lets just say the hardcore scene got even more serious than the 17 year olds who started it and again it started in the uk as much as the us etc but jocks took it over, as they do and that idea has permeated as well as the one of capitalism - guess they'll be driving beamers next or watz the betta equivalent

    there are good bands and scenes now but they more often than not tend to work with the idea, like much of the us that tends to look inwards not outwards.

    imagine if IM hadn't herd bad brains or played with discharge and u hadn't herd MT and so on, alotta the things i see the 'hardcore' bands partake in is not very anarcho and very empire after the fact centric, ie: elitist and questioning hardcore kids can sometimes be like talking to P bush, ideas set in stone as though other lifeforms don't exist, which seeped in ala americana ala empire, co-opted, even the older peers say it and i experience it

    same thing happened to punk, just hardcore is more palatable and understandable in a world that understands violence, i don't judge metal, i don't like dum metal or anything that lowers below sub par in a crap system already and merely stating that there is a diff between metal and hardcore, there just is and fusion bands tend to sell everything except the baby and the bath water Ie: bullshit and the musics crap and literally stolen half the time, i don't consume shit, i eat and make it to grow food, brainzzz

    half the hardcore kids have only just discovered Oi! yea cause they weren't listening(sick of it all, agnostic front, hello) and seeing whats goin around them except in their small apple world view, i call their bluff and i'm still here, do they care nup but they'll never shut me up, thats hardcore
     
  13. NuclearArmedHogs

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    ASA your posts are becoming increasingly difficult to understand.
     
  14. ASA

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    soz lazy crazy brain
     
  15. SurgeryXdisaster

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    I would consider them all very much hardcore
     
  16. CrustyElmo666

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    Who doesn't love a little Hardcore? Even some modern Hardcore.
    The Restarts are Fuckin' tight! \m/
     
  17. CrustyElmo666

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    Oh shut up you. Just kidding, but for what it's worth im my opinion Hardcore started with the Germs and Fear and then developed into stuff like Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies, Minor Threat, MDC and such
    And sure the DKs were much more experimental then your average hardcore band, but still dude...
     
  18. Anxiety69

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    I <3 pointless debates over labels.

    -the anxietist
     
  19. ASA

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    guess can't call humans wat they r then eh, just things, oh no labels aha
     
  20. CrustyElmo666

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    Forgot to mention Grimple last night... and I don't know where this might stand, but i've always considered The Subhumans to be very much hardcore as well.
     
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