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 Punk rock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the same time, a less celebrated, but nonetheless highly influential, scene had appeared in Ohio, including The Electric Eels, Devo, and Rocket from the Tombs (who in 1975 split into Pere Ubu and The Dead Boys).
Gradually, punk became more varied and less minimalist, with bands such as The Clash incorporating other underground musical influences like ska and rockabilly and even jazz into their music, but the message of the music remained the same; it was subversive, counter-cultural, rebellious, politically incorrect and often anarchist.
Combining elements of early punk music and fashion with a far more pop oriented and less "dangerous" style in the early 1980s, typified by bands such as Blondie, Elvis Costello, The Police and even Duran Duran, New Wave became one of the most popular music movements of its time.
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 CANOE -- JAM! Music - Artists - Less Than Jake
LESS THAN JON: They've slogged it on the neo-punk circuit for eight years, dallied unsuccessfully with a major label and earned fans' resepect with an "anti-pop star" outlook.
Now, Less Than Jake are opening for Bon Jovi.
Get the inside scoop on the Canadian music industry with Karen Bliss.
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