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    no, infact i didnt even know the germs. downloaded the "complete anthology", but didnt bother to listen to it yet ... edit: sounds horrible. *delete*

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    You know, Q, would you consider guys like Waylon Jennings, Gene Vincent and Johnny Cash to be punk rock too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanook View Post
    no, infact i didnt even know the germs. downloaded the "complete anthology", but didnt bother to listen to it yet ... edit: sounds horrible. *delete*
    Yeah, they suck. It's close to irritating. But the movie is kind of cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanook View Post
    attached rancid :steam:
    So I take it you don't like Rancid then?

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    (BTW, I'm listening to "Cool N Out" in your honor, Q! )
    Excellent choice!

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    i dont know them, PinkPiranha, but this image of Gene Vincent is so funny!!!
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    i always secretly thought iggy was an infj. i could be totally wrong, and i think it's just bc search and destroy seems like such a perfect infj song (it worked for anthony kiedis!).

    it seems like Fe is all about finding the way to embody the message it wants to get across. articulating itself based on what it thinks it will elicit specific emotional responses in others.

    militant english punk, southern california hardcore, dc hardcore, new york punk, new wave, post-punk, english post-punk, no wave, they're all coming from so many different places it will be all over the map.

    for the most part i only like the new york bands, post-punk, and new wave. the rest bores me. and if i have to listen to one more person go on and on about no wave, i'm gonna put a power drill thru my temple. i assume this has to do with me liking the nfs and not really connecting with what is not nf. altho hearing stories about the guy from bad brains makes me kinda like him.

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    i used to like punkrock like rancid, bad religion, and stuff when i was a disoriented atheistic teenager, not knowing myself, believing that i had to adapt to the world, sure not being able to adapt to society, stuck with street punk as only option ...so i used to idealize the shit out of them, but never actually dared to talk to true streetpunks (good hunch!). now i know more options

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanook View Post
    i dont know them, PinkPiranha, but this image of Gene Vincent so funny!!!
    haha, yes, I love that picture too! Gene Vincent was quite the character. I have pictures somewhere of him horsing around with Eddie Cochran and George Hamilton III.

    He emerged from Western Swing/Hillbilly Rock scene (along with Johnny Cash and Eddie Cochran). Gene was full-tilt (and I think a textbook ESTP). Watching him sing "Be Bop a Lula" will give any woman hot flashes, and he wasn't what you might consider classically handsome.

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    Due to its total lack of cognitive functions, I'm afraid it doesn't have a type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    You know, Q, would you consider guys like Waylon Jennings, Gene Vincent and Johnny Cash to be punk rock too?
    I don't know much about the first two and I'm no expert but Johnny Cash certainly had the right attitude, I love him, dark, mysterious, independent spirit and he had a heart too, very cool dude.

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