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Popular culture, notable artists, and other topics which reference punk[edit]

A-C[edit]

  • Alien Ant Farm, metal version of Michael Jackson, Dryden Mitchell sports a mohawk, also see Smash Mouth, Len, and Sugar Ray
  • Altporn, alternative pornography such as Blue Blood and Suicide Girls and its competitors
  • Ash, ex-members of Buck/Cub??, listed on AMG as a "punk-pop" band (rather prominently, in fact)
  • Bad Religion, popular punk band, formed in 1980, has very typical punk rock structures, formulaic songs
  • Barcode, a divisive topic in the punk underground, zines and recordings are sometimes categorized based on whether or not they have barcodes. If a barcode is used on the packaging it will not be reviewed in MRR and other punk fanzines. A barcode represents buying into the system, participating in consumer culture, aesthetically the barcode has been incorporated into art and fashion, is an early example of abstract representational vectorism later coming to prominence in the 2000s, similar to marshal fields ad campaign, and similar to backgrounds on contemporary websites and television shows
  • Beastie Boys, 1979-now, hip hop rooted in hardcore punk, white/jewish/caucasian rap, outsiders in the hip hop scene, relation to other white hip hop artists, "The name "Beastie" originally stood for "Boys Entering Anarchistic States Towards Internal Excellence," and the initials B.B. intended to mimic Washington DC punk band Bad Brains," read bios on Michael Diamond, Adam Horovitz, Adam Yauch, check out Some Old Bullshit (1994) which is a collection of BB early EPs showcasing their early 80s hardcore/punk roots
  • The Beatles, 1960-1970, England, "self contained" rock, fruition of Beat Generation, skiffle beginnings, music(art) more than/and just music, major influence on The Ramones (both bands cited by Spin Magazine as top rock bands of all time, 2001 issue, Sid Vicious on the cover?), British Invasion, Beatlemania, delusion of the masses, social/political, folk-rock, hard rock, psychedelia, and by proxy punk
  • Björk, was in a punk group early in her career, former all-girl punk rock band called Spit and Snot at age 14, verify
  • Bloodsport (band), IL, managed by Sean Duffy, described as pop-punk in the vein of TSOL and Social Distortion in MRR#20 Dec. 1984, active in the Chicago scene in the 80s
  • Blue Man Group, street art, recycled art, postmodern performance, popular brand, musical collaborations, punk play
  • Mykel Board, 1950-now, NY/CA, MRR columns, underground publishing, yippie movement, 1968 DNC, [1]
  • The Bouncing Souls, popular punk rock band formed in 1987
  • Boy Kill Boy, album Civilian refered to as post punk/pop punk hybrid, [2]
  • Brand New, guilt by association, got the pop punk sound
  • Breaking Benjamin, alternative, metal, fusion dudes
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer (film) (1992), Buffyverse, Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV show (1997-2002?), girl power, blood/goth, teen drama, strongly cited by Fall Out Boy esp. in A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me" music video
  • Al Burian, chicago, travels, band Milemarker, band Challenger, creater of Burn Collector zine, artist
  • Calvin and Hobbes, calvin ball is anarchy, calvin is punk, calvin is to bart simpson what fievel mousekevitz is to mickey mouse, created by bill watterson, fantasy worlds, (sub)urban exploration, dérive
  • Vanessa Carlton, aesthetic, piano prodigy, attitude, emo/punk aggressive vocals, indie aesthetic in music videos, photos, cabare style, [3]
  • Jill Carroll, risked life to report in Iraq, has red dyed hair, was released by captives, photos here [4]
  • Johnny Cash, punk inspiration, punk at heart
  • The Chipmunks, influential album "Chipmunk Punk" which is cited (maybe as a joke? by Kurt Cobain), creaters punk'd pop tunes by speeding up the voices, punk play
  • Cirque du Soleil, focus on humans, no animals, animal rights, costuming, punk play
  • Crimpshrine, association with Green Day and Pinhead Gunpowder

D-G[edit]

  • Dag Nasty, shared members with Descendents
  • Matt Davis, the millenial midwestern Jimi Hendrix, lead vox/guitar for Ten Grand, featured in Afro-punk, huge bear hugs
  • The Dead Kennedys, what else do i have to say?
  • Degrassi High, portrayal of teen life, punk kids, Spike (cited in a Less Than Jake song), Toronto, Canada
  • Dennis the Menace, a snotty brat kid cartoon, a movie too
  • Ani DiFranco, made her own record label, punk attitude, feminism, riot grrrl
  • The Donnas, all last name Donna referencing The Ramones, signed to Lookout! Records, riot grrrl/punk attitude, short songs
  • Hilary Duff, benji/joel? madden GC, pop punk influenced pop songs
  • Bob Dylan, wrote many early rock songs, fused folk tradition with rock and roll, inspired The Beatles, was covered by numerous rock artists, wrote "like a rolling stone", was the original rock poet, had crazy hair, from Minneapolis, MN, dinkytown, still rocks, considered by some to be punk
  • Elvis Presley, white singer/guitarist in a black blues majority, also gospel, country, first rock and roll pop sensation, cross-over talent to films, got fat and died in august 1977, during the heyday of the original punk movement in London/England, symbolized the extreme good, wasted potential, overblown rock, slow dead rock, anti-Bob Dylan, considered a rock and roll legend, lived in Graceland, called "The King of Rock n Roll" or "The King", was idolized by the Jesse Katzopolis character on the family TV show Full House, fulfilled Sam Phillips' idea to find "a white man with a Negro sound and the Negro feel," with whom he "could make a billion dollars," which would later fall to Colonel Tom Parker (possible connection to The Ramones song Pet Cemetary), (compare this with Malcolm McLaren and other impresarios/svengalis and managers, art directors, etc...), rocked on TV the Ed Sullivan Show on Sept 9th 1956 with the song "Hound Dog" and his gyrations, at the time he was a controversial artist due to its association with African-American culture,
  • Eminem, white rapper, minority in rap community, bleached his hair like punk kids, snotty, self-defeating lyrics which is in direct opposition to the standard self-promotion of rap, borrows from hardcore rap and hardcore punk (example Suicidal Tendencies, see New York Times article, [5])
  • Evanescence, metal/pop fusion, steampunk imagery
  • Everclear, nirvana associations, peroxide hair, aware of punk, definitely pop
  • Fashion, anything worn on the body, the style a person associates themselves with, the aesthetic functions and meanings that are implicit in what is worn, the way clothing is worn, clothes, accessories, digital components, hair cut/style/color, even muscle building, body image, body language, body modification, dreadlocks, scents, perfume, odor, hygiene, piercings, tattoos, implants, cosmetic surgery, self scarification (cutting), pain, BDSM, collars, leather, animal products, veg/veganism, what a person eats & how, bindings, religious clothing, hats, shoes, bags, high fashion, thrift stores
  • Fastbacks, influential indie band, need more research for this
  • Fanzines, see "zines" below
  • Fifteen, influential on The Broadways, utilized pop punk song structures, social issues
  • Fine Young Cannibals, the police contemporaries
  • Foo Fighters, former nirvana, attitude, punk stylish, no use for a name guitarist chris shiflett
  • The Fray, singer sports a fauxhawk
  • The Go-Go's, 80s band, started as "pop punk," are a prominent All-women band, related to Girl group but the women play all the instruments as well as sing,
  • Gorilla Biscuits, 1987-1991, 2006-now, NY, straight edge, clear vocals, thinking like Good Clean Fun, positive, hardcore/punk description of life lived, just having fun, reclaiming the show, we are the show, personal is political (but not capital p, political or polite) cited by Seven Days of Samsara, Modern Life Is War in punknews.org interview [[6]], very influential
  • Matt Groening, 'underground' comic, "life in hell," created The Simpsons, satirical view of suburban domesticity, bart is punk, reviewed The Descendents in 1982 (see band press archives on wesbite), as a result, was aware of "pop punk," or "punk" as "pop art" in the early 80s
  • Guided by Voices, DIY art, highly prolific, influential indie band

H-K[edit]

  • Jimi Hendrix, pushed the limits of the electric guitar beyond all imaginable limits of the time
  • Hole, punk attitude, feminism, riot grrrl
  • Jessica Hopper, writes for Chicago Reader, third-wave feminism, wrote critique of emo music and is cited in article, connected to Kurt Cobain to be verified, hip hop, Liz Armstrong, used to run Hopper PR which promoted bands including Milemarker, wrote a zine called Hit It or Quit It, also writes for Punk Planet
  • Hüsker Dü, began as a hardcore group but later became more pop orientated, eventually becoming "alterative rock"
  • Michael Jackson, is a punk, leather, studs, punk play
  • JBTV, chicago area, hour long tv show interviewing bands and letting artists play the videos they want, artists become "VJ"s, features many local and national alternative rock and pop punk bands, [7]
  • Alexz Johnson, Canadian actress on Final Destination 3, Instant Star, andDegrassi: The Next Generation
  • Josie and the Pussycats (comic), the TV show, the movie, features All-women band, and one of the members is African American/Black/(of color)/etc, pretty forward thinking for 1963/1958 when it was written
  • Bruce Kalberg, writer of 1982 Descendents article (by the way miss credited as "Bruce Kalber(o)," mentioned in Swans' "Seconds" interview with Michael Gura (by Michael Moynihan) (1996) [8], was in art school, took out a full page ad in Slash, started NO Magazine (aka NOMAG) with Gira, drove with Gira to SanFran to print NOMAG, mostly gave them out for free
  • Karaoke, Japanese import, means "empty/void orchestra," implies "out of tune," public personifies celebrity, the art of performance, imitation, story-telling, culture sharing, humiliation, drama, punk rock karaoke, karaoke (chicago activist group)

L-M[edit]

  • L7, started as a pop punk group
  • Avril Lavigne, skater boi
  • LazyTown, Stephanie has punk/raver trappings, the show is about a villian "Robbie Rotten" who wants kids to stay inside an be lazy and eat candy and fatty food, the kids are inspired to DIY, activity, and having fun, and eating nutritious healthy food when ever the hero "Sportacus" is around, Rotten references "Johnny Rotten" while Sportacus reference Spartacus who sported mohawks, the show is seen through Stephanie's POV, and she is the only human, "non-puppet" besides Robbie and Sportacus, punk play
  • The Lemonheads, 1987-1994, 2005-now, MA, evan dando, pop starish, punk roots, Juliana Hatfield, reformed in 2005? with members of The Descendents, [9], [10]
  • Len, canadian pop/hip hop band started as a pop punk band according to the New York Times, has a few straight-up pop punk songs, also similar to Smash Mouth and Sugar Ray
  • Lindsay Lohan, punked out her image to keep in style
  • Lit, post-punk aesthetic
  • Mad Caddies, popular ska band, formed in 1995, mixes punk and ska
  • Madonna, is a punk, cone-lingerie, impersonates crucifixion, dance-punk, punk play
  • Marilyn Manson, pop metal fusion, bowling for columbine, punk play
  • Bam Margera, skater,Jackass, Viva La Bam, Radio Bam on Sirius Satellite Radio, performance, humiliation, pain, was on Punk'd
  • mc chris, track "pop punk is dead (skit)" on the album "Life's a Bitch and I'm Her Pimp"
  • MC Lars, track "Hot Topic Is Not Punk Rock" on the album "The Graduate" which features The Matches.
  • Malcolm McLaren, sex pistols svengali, new york dolls manager, helped create film the great rock n roll swindle, influenced by the early 74/75 NY punk/art, credited Richard Hell for influencing new aesthetic direction, bow wow wow, album Duck Rock fuses hip hop and punk, on which a song Buffalo Girls was later referenced by Eminem in the song Lose Yourself, Vivienne Westwood partner
  • Kembrew McLeod, wrote zines, book "Freedom of Expression," merges punk and hip hop, wrote the biography for The Queers, MTX and other pop punk groups on AMG, is a rockin' professor in the communications department at the university of iowa, collects pez dispencers and other pop culture fandom items, helped organize a zine conference, co-produced film Money for Nothing: Behind the Business of Pop Music and working on Copyright Criminals: This Is a Sampling Sport
  • Legs McNeil, wrote book: Please Kill Me, founded Punk (magazine) with John Holmstrom and Greg Dunn
  • Mindless Self Indulgence, punk, electro, jungle, see also Tub Ring and Dog Fashion Disco
  • Modern Life Is War, cites Gorllia Biscuits, The Ramones in song "DEADRAMONES", [11], punknews.org interview [12]
  • Monty Are I, 1999?-now, RI, is "action rock" similar to "pop punk", [13]
  • Alanis Morissette, punk attitude, feminism, sorta riot grrrl
  • The Mummies, punk garage rock, entertainment value, showmanship, show biz, horror imagery, mythology, rockabilly, pop subversion
  • Music Choice, provides music and artist info on cable tv stations, usually at the far end of the numbered channels, features 7 rock stations of which "Alternative" is the name of the one most relevant to pop punk/punk

N-Q[edit]

  • Dika Newlin, 82, composer and musicologist who was deeply influenced by avant-garde master Arnold Schoenberg and brought his style into the punk rock era; died, July 22, in Richmond, Va., of complications from a broken arm suffered June 30., Michael D. Moore documentary "Dika: Murder City" (1994), [14]
  • Nickelback, post-grunge, Canadian, rock, referenced the activist/journalist/punk rocker, Bob Geldof and The Boomtown Rats, in the music video for the song single If Everyone Cared.
  • Nirvana, defined grunge, popularized the underground, merged punk and metal and indie, cobain constantly referenced punk, championed the underdog, punk play
  • No Doubt, ska-punk roots, gwen stefani, punk play, fashion style
  • Kelly Osbourne, The Osbournes, punk kid daughter of Ozzy Osbourne
  • P!nk, punk attitude, fashion, feminism, name is pretty close to "punk"
  • Panic! at the Disco, 2005-now, NV, described as pop punk[15], toured with The Dresden Dolls, OK Go, and The Hush Sound
  • Papa Roach, alt/fusion, pop identity, industrial/hard rock/punk rock also nu metal and rapcore, similar to Incubus, sociopolitical stances, economics in Getting Away with murder
  • The Peechees, Chris Appelgren's band during his time at Lookout! Records, also related is The Pattern (band), and distantly related is the Chicago band, Shopping (band)
  • Buster Poindexter is David Johansen a singer who merged many genre together, including punk, with his musical side project.
  • Professor Murder, reminds me of Royal Space Force, NY kids, its called "post pop punk" in a review [16], on Kanine Records, [17]
  • Publishing, publish or perish, public display of writing art photo ideas, community space, the public space (which is a void, the public void), not "owned" by any one, is owned by everyone, is shared, this void is transmitted through (all forms of) media, Medium, (medium), the ectoplasm, think Ghostbusters, making one's ideas public, origin ownership versus shared communal use, digital age, age of information, communication, zines, newspapers, peer review journals, talking, radio, wesbites, podcasts, music, records, 8-track, board games, video games, movies, film, newscasts, talk radio, AM/FM, hamradio, the voice of G-d, praying, prayer, speaking, speech, toastmasters, toasts, songs, Lullaby, chants, verbal, non-verbal, body language, aesthetics?, translation, ASL, signals, signs, directions, lights, light
  • Punky Brewster, 80s TV show about an abandoned kid in Chicago

R[edit]

  • Radical cheerleading, punk activism, punk cheerleading, punk rock in action
  • The Riverboat Gamblers, some songs on To The Confusion Of Our Enemies described as pop punk, example, "Biz Loves Sluts," [18]
  • John Robb, possibly interviewed Nirvana first?, is a pop punditis in the punk band Goldblade
  • Dennis Rodman, dated Madonna, numerous tattoos and piercings, dyed hair, punk basketball dude
  • Roller derby, former sport history as well as more recent punk version, several song have been written about roller derby, the TV show Rollergirls, DIY culture, attitude, riot grrl, shares similarities with pro-wrestling, fantasy, also x-treme sports and marketing, the being of the rock star, the personality that plays, performance, does something, embodiment of fantasy, not just a day dream but a reality

S[edit]

  • Senses Fail, punk, emo, hardcore, the sound of pop punk
  • Seinfeld, a postmodern sit-com, about "nothing, used Green Day song Good Riddance "Time of Your Life," on the final episode
  • Shock rock, a form of music which attempts to get a reaction out of an audience
  • Ashlee Simpson, punk image, fashion sense, attitude
  • Bart Simpson, punk hair, skateboard, attitude "eat my shorts,"
  • Skateboarding, skate culture comes to prominence with the surge of hardcore and eventually, punk revival (as the critics call the mid 90s), and pop punk, skate culture also begins to merge with hip hop, skating as a popularization of situationist dérive, the reclamation of public space, skate videos contain many punk/pop punk/hardcore/hip hop/ and other styles of music, the surge in so-called "extreme" sports, "extreme" culture, and "extreme" marketing campaigns (see Extreme), DIY building skateramps, teaching yourself to skate, social skate scene, skate artists connect with fine art, skating as an artform, non-competitiveness, team building, also skating as a sport, athletics, competition, awards, ESPN, national coverage, world wide coverage, Danny Way jumping the great way of China, Evel Knievel, performance art, stunts, magic, David Blaine, performance, technical tricks, skate clothing, transportation, back to the future, marty mcfly, rodney mullen, tony hawk, video games, interactive technology, human desire to fly, freedom, bird/eagle(like Hawk), transcend banal environments, reclaim the present, live the concrete
  • Smash Mouth, described as pop punk by the New York Times, has punk/ska/pop attributes, covers songs, played on Radio Disney, attitude,
  • Snakes on a Plane (2006), film soundtrack was released through Decaydance Records
  • The Sounds, member in Cobra Starship, punk aesthetic
  • Spice Girls, british and international pop phenom, 50 million albums in 2.5 years, dyed hair, girl glam, girl power, McLaren attempted to capitalize on their success with the Jungk concept geared toward the asian market but this was a failed attempt, though this would later realized in Puffy AmiYumi, good example of a Girl group in contrast to a Boy band, popular during the era of Third-wave feminism, all took on the last name "Spice" possibly influenced by The Ramones who all changed their last names to "Ramone"
  • Spin (magazine), 1985-now, link [19], said Beatles and Ramones were the top two rock bands or something of all time?
  • James Spooner, director/creater of the feature-length film, Afro-punk (2003)
  • Gwen Stefani, fashion, referenced Vivienne Westwood in Rich Girls
  • The Strokes, the return of richard hell, new wave, garage minimalism, see also No Doubt
  • Sugar Ray, punk/metal/rap-sorta, has some straight-up pop punk tunes, also see Len and Smash Mouth, references Danzig/Misfits, Andy Warhol, others, blends hardcore and pop
  • Skye Sweetnam, diy aesthetics, fashion sense
  • Swans, 1982-1997, NY/CA, industrial/rock, played so loud audience members sometimes vomitted, lead Michael Gira was involved in the budding west coast punk/hardcore scene LA/SF
  • STOMP!, recycled art, music from trash, punk play

T-Z[edit]

  • Mr. T, pre-punk mohawk
  • Tattoos, worn by punk artist since the beginning, along with piercings, body mods, and hair dye, and a variety of fashion styles.
  • Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, ex-Chisel members, signed to Lookout! Records
  • Terrorism, see other war techniques like Kamikaze and Blitzkrieg, in the 2000s has more threatening than internal subcultures such as "punk," terrorists are punk, the situationist engaged in terrorism, punk has roots in terrorist philosophy but has out grown the tactic, instead of causing violence, punk create the appearance of violence
  • They Might Be Giants, referenced the Ramones in their documentary, was influenced by the attitude, philosohpy, asthetics of punk, did the soundtrack for dunkin donuts commercials, wrote song The Replacements, cover Cub song New York City, keeps a low profile, punk play
  • This Is My Fist, ex-Ambition Mission, Mushuganas, awesome Bay-Area punk with that pop thing in it too, [20]
  • Tub Ring, chicago experimental, synth, rock, punk, screamo, aliens, see also Primus, Mr. Bungle, and Nuclear Rabbit
  • U2, paid tribute to The Ramones, social awareness, rugged aesthetic
  • The Veronicas, punk-ska aesthetic, attitude, post riot-grrrl
  • Tom Waits, covered The Ramones, was a minor influence and participant in the original punk movement, staunchly independent, converses with Iggy Pop in the film Coffee and Cigarettes, appeared in the film Down by Law which later became the name of a punk band, this also happened with Rumble Fish which became the original name of the MN pop punk rock band which later changed their name to Rivethead
  • Warped Tour, a consistent traveling venue showcasing much music including "pop punk"
  • Bill Watterson, creater of calvin and hobbes, never sold out
  • Vivienne Westwood, punk fashion designer, Malcolm McLaren partner, fine art fashion, referenced in Gwen Stefani's Rich Girl, created I am not a terrorist, please don't arrest me t-shirts in 2005, twice received award for British Designer of the Year
  • Weird Al Yankovic, punked songs with parodies, social commentary, punks pop culture, is called weird al, punk play
  • Fredric Wertham, 1895-1981, German-American, psychiartist, his book Seduction of the Innocent (1954) led to a U.S. Congressional inquiry into the comic book industry and the creation of the Comics Code, (this controvesy was noted in the Dean Martin/Jerry Lewis film Artists and Models and it was also revisited years later with the Parents Music Resource Center), he later wrote the book The World of Fanzines: A Special Form of Communication (1973) which was one of the first books about the subject of science fiction fandom which would a few years later be influential to the formation of the DIY punk rock community
  • West Side Story, 1957 musical Leonard Bernstein, a music inspired, art inspired view of American youth and tragedy
  • Youth International Party, 60s counter-culture movement, see yippies
  • Pete Yorn, covered song by Buzzcocks
  • Zines, punk zines, fanzines, created by those within the punk scene, provides commentary on "the scene," sources of reference, preserve memories, art, music, stories, mythology of punk, and other topics cover in zines, typically small distribution, underground, outlet for creative energy, another access point second to the bands and songs themselves, became published on the web starting in the late 80s/early 90s and have evolved into blogs, websites, Ezines, and networking communities