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Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Punk / Artist: Various / Audio CD released 1995-02-02 at Virgin
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"The Best Punk Album in the World... Ever!" is a compilation album released in 1995 of various punk rock records, recorded between 1974-88. With this compilation, you get 48 songs on two discs of some of the most influential punk rock bands to emerge at the top of the movement. The Sex Pistols are here, as is the Ramones, Iggy Pop, the Stranglers, and more. However, it must be noted that the likes of Sham 69, Peter & the Test Tube Babies and Bad Brains don't get a look in on what is conveyed to be the best punk album ever. But what is on the double CD are a few artists that cannot really be classed as punk, such as Talking Heads, Devo ... Read the complete review
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Big catchey choruses
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Tight, well produced and catchy.
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