All of my work will be focused on songs underlining each analysis or historical fact. In addition,

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All of my work will be focused on songs underlining each analysis or historical fact. In addition, I will use as a reference "London Calling" (album) by The Clash, showing that this was a turning point that marked the end of punk. I) Creation of punk GARAGE ROCK Rock'n'roll emerged in the mid-50s, in the United States. Early 1960s: the vision of adults about this new style blocks the movement very quickly. Then the majors wanted to replace rock by twist and surf music. English bands like The Animals, The Beatles, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones, influenced by the blues appeared. In the U.S.: Because of the "British Invasion", new bands appeared in the U.S. and followed the basis of these English bands repeating in garages. Not…show more content…
POST-PUNK 1979-1980 Both influenced by the punk scene of New York and also by the experimental music of the 1970s, the Sex Pistols and the first English punk bands were created. New groups appeared: Captain Beefheart or Residents. But first punk and particularly Clash make it evolved to post-punk. This movement gives rise to many bands claiming the legacy of punk and brings a mix of genres, much more complex and open. I will introduce iconic albums here. Check on the corpus. II) The punk myth A) Original punk - The Ideology -The aesthetic I will discuss here the lyrics of the main bands mentioned with a study of the themes. The basis of the punk thought: individual freedom (do it yourself), challenged the established order. Inspired by older ideologies like anarchy or nihilism. Associated with a more recent concepts like antifascist anti-racism. In everyday life: messy, improvisation. Punk was characterized by the notion of subversion and absolute individualism. Self-deprecating, embezzlement Codes and especially destruction of social barriers are used to transmit their messages. This philosophy had been described by Craig O Hara in 1995, in The philosophy of punk. It is often summed up in the slogan "no future" but it is an overly simplistic approach because the full sentence is "No future for you ..." You being the establishment of this period. Visual symbolic are related to death and the representation of chaos, black and white, skulls,

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