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The anonymity of the garage punk

Garage punk. Remain anonymous. Personal problems and fun. Refuse the social rules. Fast and complicated dances. Difficult to not be caught, but rarely reaching the success of mainstream.
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Garage Punk

1965 was the golden years of Garage Punk, with the Sonics, from Tacoma in the United States, featuring one of the most memorable saxophone collaboration, fast, furious and exciting, Gerry Roslie vocals were unheard of and mesmerising for this era. The Stooges, a Detroit proto-punk band played an influential part of the creation of Garage Punk, popular in the early 1960's across Northern America. World-class bands such as Motorhead and the New York Dolls mixed a sonic background and style to revise the Garage Punk scene back into the mainstream in the early 1990's.

Fast based, guitar riffs and the rebellious lyrics are the elements that have built Garage Punk, which is a subgenre of Garage Rock. Mixed with punk rock and proto-punk, many of the bands of this genre play underground setting themselves apart from the mainstream outward punk scene.

Swedish rock band The Hives, released their first album Veni Vidi Vicious, with energetic live shows, prominent in the garage rock revival of the 20th Century, with recognition of being one of the best live rock bands of this era. Garage Punk truly delivered very powerful and unforgettable groups from the 1960's The Litter, The Third Bardo, The Moving Sidewalks, The Electric Prunes and The Spades are just some of the top 10 Garage Punk bands of this generation, never since this day has any other artists truly complimented the original formation of Garage Punk.