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Endless, Nameless is the third album proper by The Wildhearts (Fishing for Luckies originally being a fan club-only release), and was their first album to be released on Mushroom Records following a split with original record label EastWest. With the increasing popularity of bands such as The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy, the band was encouraged by their new label to move towards a heavier sound.
Closing a two-year gap since their debut album, Columbia, South Carolina’s punk antagonists, BURNT BOOKS, have hooked up with independent label Retro Futurist, founded by members of Kylesa, for the release of their recently completed second full-length, Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire.
As much performance-art collective as punk band, Devo screeched their way out of Akron, Ohio, with a brilliantly warped New Wave vision. Their first album explored obsessions like robotics, Ronald McDonald and cannibalistic apes, making devolution feel like the future. This pop-punk smash stayed on the charts for 70 weeks. You can hear echoes of the Descendents and Misfits, among other punk staples, within the polished tunes on their breakthrough album.
Post-punk lyrics could be scathingly political or absurdly nonsensical. There was an anger to much of the music, but it was often masked by a playfulness. If the Lisbon sisters of The Virgin Suicides grew up in late ’70s England, this is the music they would make.
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Punk wasn't all about the fashion. With all the hubbub over the recent show at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, which focuses more on punk fashions, it’s easy to forget there was actually artwork on punk rock record releases. We’ve collected the 25 best here, to reinvigorate the spirit of imaging in this unmistakable form. We’ve left out some of the more arguably classic album covers of all time-The Velvet Underground and Nico and Beggar’s Banquet, among others-for the notion that they may not be true punk enough