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Friday, June 30, 2006

Get in the Pit: Rate the Best Punk Albums (by decade)

Michele and Turtle are at it again and this time they are doing the Best Punk Albums by decade.

The 100 Best Punk Songs list they did a little while ago was a lot of fun. It turned out that songs from two of my favorite bands wound up in the top three on the list, which was pretty cool to see (and no, there was no ballot stuffing done on my part).

Now they are starting to let readers pick the Best Punk Albums by Decade starting with the 70's and moving on from there. Readers will pick the best album from each decade, the 70's, 80's, 90's and 00's. Then there will be a battle royal to decided which of the four rules over all.

Hop over there and join in the fun.


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Enjoy the 4th! I enjoyed a litleleague game last night in Ohio - a little bit of Americana for me! B

at the end of the decades, we are going to do a battle with those four records that won. The 70's, 80's, 90's and '00 fighting with all your votes.

Four albums enter.

one album leaves

it's all up to you guys to pick who is mad max and who is master blaster

/hey, i just woke up, ok?

Thanks T. I updated the post to make things more clear.

"I'll drive that tankah.." - Max

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