8 thoughts on 17 Years Of Hell - Various - Burning Ambitions - A History Of Punk Vol. 2 (CD)

  1. Yohn   Nanos
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Burning Ambitions: A History of Punk, Vol. 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  2. Zulkinos   Nahn
    Aug 15,  · Burning Ambition: A History Of Punk, Vol. 2 Burning Ambition: A History Of Punk (Series) Format: Audio CD See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
  3. Bagami   Zushakar
    Now, I own a gazillion single- and multi-disc punk and New Wave compilations: Burning Ambitions: A History of Punk (Vols. 1 & 2); Rhino's D.I.Y. series from the mids; The Number One Punk Album, and so forth and so on.I've got overviews of American punk, British punk, Australian punk - you name it.
  4. Nagami   Jujind
    Nov 09,  · Some of the other personal highlights hidden within the soft folds are The Adverts, Swell Maps, The Lurkers, Spizzenergi, Killing Joke and Vice Squad. If you want a quick and entertaining education covering some of the best music from the punk era, Burning Ambitions has it all, well almost!
  5. Danos   Migor
    Burning Ambitions: A History of Punk, Vol. 2 was my introduction to classic punk bands outside the Ramones and the Sex Pistols. It erred pretty hard on the British side, with bands like the.
  6. Shaktilmaran   Brarr
    The Partisans discography and songs: Music profile for The Partisans, formed Genres: UK82, Punk Rock. Albums include The Partisans, Burning Ambitions: A History of Punk, and Police Story / .
  7. Yogore   Gotaur
    The new line-up recorded the Smash the Discos EP, which was a No. 3 indie hit, and after a short tour, they recorded their debut album, which was to be called Loud, Proud, and Punk. The master tapes for the album went missing after disagreements between the band's label and the studio, forcing them to re-record the album, which was released as.
  8. Yozshujas   Faeshakar
    Dec 07,  · V/A - Burning Ambitions (A History Of Punk) Burning Ambition: The History of Punk, attempts to be a definitive overview of the British (except DK) wave/punk scene in the late 70s/early 80s and while it falls short of its goals, it's nevertheless an admirable effort.

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