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Blank Generation 2 – Oh Boy! It’s Duncan Reid

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Blank Generation is about punk rock and specifically the years, 1976 through to 1982. Why then, so early on has the music on this show strayed earlier and later than those defined years? Well, when punk stalwart Duncan Reid is in charge of the playlist the rules are abandoned. Back in 1976 Duncan was at the heart of a genre of music that was on the verge of changing rock music as it was known forever, and he was to go on and be part of a group which influenced a legion of bands worldwide, that would benefit from a previously unknown brand of Power Punk Pop. OK, I made that term up, but THE BOYS were sensational. Matt Dangerfield and Casino Steel were the Lennon and McCartney of Punk Rock at its inception and along with Honest John Plain and Jack Black they released some of the finest blasts of speedy and melodic slices of punk as it should be remembered.

Playlist

Silver Machine (Hawkwind)
Jeepster (T Rex)
School’s Out (Alice Cooper)
Virginia Plain (Roxy Music)
Slow Death (The Flamin’ Groovies)
Jet Boy (New York Dolls)
Chez Maximes (Hollywood Brats)
Milk and Alcohol (Dr Feelgood)
Born To Lose (Johnny Thunders Heartbreakers)
I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones)
Dirty Pictures (Radio Stars)
Gary Gilmore’s Eyes (The Adverts)
Here Comes the Summer (The Undertones)
Smash it Up (The Damned)
Going Underground (The Jam)
Quit This Town (Eddie and the Hot Rods)
Clampdown (The Clash)
King Rocker (Generation X)
Outdoor Miner (Wire)
Generals and Majors (XTC)
Homicide (999)
The Ghost at Number One (Jellyfish)
I Want You to Want Me (Cheap Trick)
All the Small Things (Blink 182)
Terminal Love (The Boys)
Soda Pressing (The Boys)
Silver Bells (The Yobs)
No Joke (The Hollywood Killers)
Bombs Away (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)
The Man on the Desk (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)

Blank Generation 2 – Oh Boy! It’s Duncan Reid

Click here to listen:

Blank Generation is about punk rock and specifically the years, 1976 through to 1982. Why then, so early on has the music on this show strayed earlier and later than those defined years? Well, when punk stalwart Duncan Reid is in charge of the playlist the rules are abandoned. Back in 1976 Duncan was at the heart of a genre of music that was on the verge of changing rock music as it was known forever, and he was to go on and be part of a group which influenced a legion of bands worldwide, that would benefit from a previously unknown brand of Power Punk Pop. OK, I made that term up, but THE BOYS were sensational. Matt Dangerfield and Casino Steel were the Lennon and McCartney of Punk Rock at its inception and along with Honest John Plain and Jack Black they released some of the finest blasts of speedy and melodic slices of punk as it should be remembered.

Playlist

Silver Machine (Hawkwind)
Jeepster (T Rex)
School’s Out (Alice Cooper)
Virginia Plain (Roxy Music)
Slow Death (The Flamin’ Groovies)
Jet Boy (New York Dolls)
Chez Maximes (Hollywood Brats)
Milk and Alcohol (Dr Feelgood)
Born To Lose (Johnny Thunders Heartbreakers)
I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones)
Dirty Pictures (Radio Stars)
Gary Gilmore’s Eyes (The Adverts)
Here Comes the Summer (The Undertones)
Smash it Up (The Damned)
Going Underground (The Jam)
Quit This Town (Eddie and the Hot Rods)
Clampdown (The Clash)
King Rocker (Generation X)
Outdoor Miner (Wire)
Generals and Majors (XTC)
Homicide (999)
The Ghost at Number One (Jellyfish)
I Want You to Want Me (Cheap Trick)
All the Small Things (Blink 182)
Terminal Love (The Boys)
Soda Pressing (The Boys)
Silver Bells (The Yobs)
No Joke (The Hollywood Killers)
Bombs Away (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)
The Man on the Desk (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)

Blank Generation 2 – Oh Boy! It’s Duncan Reid

Click here to listen:

Blank Generation is about punk rock and specifically the years, 1976 through to 1982. Why then, so early on has the music on this show strayed earlier and later than those defined years? Well, when punk stalwart Duncan Reid is in charge of the playlist the rules are abandoned. Back in 1976 Duncan was at the heart of a genre of music that was on the verge of changing rock music as it was known forever, and he was to go on and be part of a group which influenced a legion of bands worldwide, that would benefit from a previously unknown brand of Power Punk Pop. OK, I made that term up, but THE BOYS were sensational. Matt Dangerfield and Casino Steel were the Lennon and McCartney of Punk Rock at its inception and along with Honest John Plain and Jack Black they released some of the finest blasts of speedy and melodic slices of punk as it should be remembered.

Playlist

Silver Machine (Hawkwind)
Jeepster (T Rex)
School’s Out (Alice Cooper)
Virginia Plain (Roxy Music)
Slow Death (The Flamin’ Groovies)
Jet Boy (New York Dolls)
Chez Maximes (Hollywood Brats)
Milk and Alcohol (Dr Feelgood)
Born To Lose (Johnny Thunders Heartbreakers)
I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones)
Dirty Pictures (Radio Stars)
Gary Gilmore’s Eyes (The Adverts)
Here Comes the Summer (The Undertones)
Smash it Up (The Damned)
Going Underground (The Jam)
Quit This Town (Eddie and the Hot Rods)
Clampdown (The Clash)
King Rocker (Generation X)
Outdoor Miner (Wire)
Generals and Majors (XTC)
Homicide (999)
The Ghost at Number One (Jellyfish)
I Want You to Want Me (Cheap Trick)
All the Small Things (Blink 182)
Terminal Love (The Boys)
Soda Pressing (The Boys)
Silver Bells (The Yobs)
No Joke (The Hollywood Killers)
Bombs Away (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)
The Man on the Desk (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)

Blank Generation 2 – Oh Boy! It’s Duncan Reid

Click here to listen:

Blank Generation is about punk rock and specifically the years, 1976 through to 1982. Why then, so early on has the music on this show strayed earlier and later than those defined years? Well, when punk stalwart Duncan Reid is in charge of the playlist the rules are abandoned. Back in 1976 Duncan was at the heart of a genre of music that was on the verge of changing rock music as it was known forever, and he was to go on and be part of a group which influenced a legion of bands worldwide, that would benefit from a previously unknown brand of Power Punk Pop. OK, I made that term up, but THE BOYS were sensational. Matt Dangerfield and Casino Steel were the Lennon and McCartney of Punk Rock at its inception and along with Honest John Plain and Jack Black they released some of the finest blasts of speedy and melodic slices of punk as it should be remembered.

Playlist

Silver Machine (Hawkwind)
Jeepster (T Rex)
School’s Out (Alice Cooper)
Virginia Plain (Roxy Music)
Slow Death (The Flamin’ Groovies)
Jet Boy (New York Dolls)
Chez Maximes (Hollywood Brats)
Milk and Alcohol (Dr Feelgood)
Born To Lose (Johnny Thunders Heartbreakers)
I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones)
Dirty Pictures (Radio Stars)
Gary Gilmore’s Eyes (The Adverts)
Here Comes the Summer (The Undertones)
Smash it Up (The Damned)
Going Underground (The Jam)
Quit This Town (Eddie and the Hot Rods)
Clampdown (The Clash)
King Rocker (Generation X)
Outdoor Miner (Wire)
Generals and Majors (XTC)
Homicide (999)
The Ghost at Number One (Jellyfish)
I Want You to Want Me (Cheap Trick)
All the Small Things (Blink 182)
Terminal Love (The Boys)
Soda Pressing (The Boys)
Silver Bells (The Yobs)
No Joke (The Hollywood Killers)
Bombs Away (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)
The Man on the Desk (Duncan Reid and the Big Heads)

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