Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Punk Poets

Something a little different. Here's one of my compilation CDs with a bunch of punk poets. 1-5 is Attila the Stockbroker. He is still going today and I think Hangover Heart Attack had a link to his current CD. andy T. follows (6-19) with more rantings in a harder anarcho vein. 21-21 is some more Attila. John Cooper-Clarke occupies the middle of the CD. You Tube has some good vids of him. Great visual appearance with his frizzy hair, suits and dark spectacles. Skipping across the border to Scotland we have Ivor Cutler. He was not a punk, but was loved by many. Digressing slightly here but don't you think those that are most punk are those that did not fit the stereotype of leather clad, hooligans? At the tail end is Ted Chippenden. Very anti-hero. Everyone is a masterpiece. http://www.divshare.com/download/706636-a12


Slobodan Burgher said...

saw the comment somewhere re: your amebix bootleg - POST IT GODDAMNIT! Lol.

Slobodan Burgher
www.slobodanburgher.co.uk (Only In It for The Music Blog)

Pogel said...

Slobodan burgher I'll dig it out soon for you.

Rebel84 said...

any chance to upload the real Punk Poets ?? ...'cause you uploaded the X-Cretas again on this file...
I want to hear those Attila songs mate!!


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