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Thursday, 19 January 2017

40 Years of Punk & New Wave: The Sounds of 1977 #1 Playlist


Throughout the year I'm going to post a number of Playlists under the banner of The Sounds of 1977. Featured will be Singles (A and B-sides), Peel Sessions, Album tracks and Live versions etc of some of my favourite tunes from the year. The choices are so vast that I have no idea what on earth I will end up leaving out!

To begin with a nice 20 Track playlist of Punk & New Wave that will no doubt transport us back to when we were kids! 

Enjoy



On The Playlist


1977 - The Clash (B-Side of the debut single White Riot)


One Chord Wonders - The Adverts (Debut Single on Stiff Records)

Satellite - Sex Pistols (B-Side of Holidays In The Sun)


Stretcher Case Baby - The Damned (May 1977 Peel Session)

Whatever Happened To? - Buzzcocks (B-Side of Orgasm Addict)
 
Defiant Pose - The Cortinas (2nd Single from the Bristol band on Step Forward Records)


Sheena Is A Punk Rocker - Ramones (Live at The Rainbow 31st December 1977)


Vindictive - The Slits (September 1977 Peel Session) Was released as an EP in 1987.


Fear On The Streets - The Members (from the Streets album on Beggars Banquet)


You're A Bore - Slaughter and the Dogs (B-Side of Where Have All The Boot Boys Gone?)


Do The Standing Still - The Table (Virgin Records debut single)


Thinking of the USA - Eater (2nd single) 


In The City - The Jam (Debut single on Polydor, this version live at Electric Circus, Manchester for So It Goes)


This Perfect Day - The Saints (July 1977 Single and a performance on Top of The Pops)


Let's Go - Blitzkrieg Bop (Debut single released in July 1977 on Mortonsound and reissued on Lightning in December 1977)
 
I Can't Stand My Baby - The Rezillos (Debut single on Sensible Records)

Rip Her To Shreds - Blondie (Live at CBGB's New York 1977)


Klean Living Kids - The Stukas (Debut single on Chiswick Records - October 1977) 


Freak Show - The Lurkers (2nd single on Beggars Banquet)

Lookalikes - The Drones (from the Debut EP Temptations of a White Collar Worker)

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