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ART: Panic Attack!

Posted by Debankur Banerjee Comments (8)

Panic Attack! Art in the Punk Years exposes the vibrant visual art scene that emerged during the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s at a time when Britain and America was a breeding ground for a new radical culture – punk.

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8 Responses to “ART: Panic Attack!”

  1. England5is5the5best says:

    @yvamarquer I meant to say,punk only ever existed in England,full stop

  2. yvamarquer says:

    I just love it when people say punk was more real in the UK, cuz that’s fuckin hilarious

  3. KnightsbridgeAce says:

    Van Halen

  4. perspects says:

    just one? here’s three off the top of my head, take your pick:
    -Suicide
    -Chrome
    -Screamers
    the list goes on and on my friend

  5. Psytech69 says:

    TOPY? Temple Ov Psychick Youth was a TG / Psychic TV extension… same people: Genesis P:Orridge, Peter Christopherson, and the like…
    This is not to say that America had no part in it, but TOPY sounds like a wrong example to me. Or maybe I just misunderstood…

  6. 111U510N says:

    Ok. .. gwugluud11

    But you are loosing focussss….ss

    America never claimed to be anything more than a propper friend for what you say is your own. ..If anything, they made it dirtier and more fucked-up. ..

    Don’t discount TOPY.

    If that doesn’t shut you the fuck up. ..

  7. gwugluud11 says:

    I’ll let you know when America was ever a “breeding ground for ‘punk'” in the late 70s. There were a few good things, but for the most part, Britain OWNED the New Wave. The Ramones were good up until they released their capitalist, sellout 3rd LP, but even then the likes of The Damned took the formula to entirely another galaxy.
    Name one USA band who could even touch anything like TG, or The Fall.
    I’m not British; I’m American, incidentally.

  8. germcorp says:

    God bless Throbbing Gristle. True revolutionaries.

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