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The 40 Best Punk Albums Since Never Mind The Bollocks, 1977-2017

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Punk Rock was never meant to live as long as it has. It was meant to die tragically young and leave a beautiful corpse behind. But as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Sex Pistols scene-igniting debut album, it’s impossible not to look back in awe at how enduring, endearing and enlightening punk rock has been in the years since its first fervent fling in 1977. So we decided to try figuring out our favourite releases from each year since then ‘til now. Because that’s not a crazy idea and an undertaking we’d live to regret, at all. No way. Enjoy-oi-oi-oi…

Words: @glockeaux

Posted on October 27th 2017, 3:59pm
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