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Punk history boys

An English lad discovers the American Jewish roots of punk rock

By James Parker
December 17, 2006

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THE ROOTS OF punk rock. Critics and musicians have been scrapping about that one for years. Did it start in New York with the Ramones, or in London with the Sex Pistols? Was Lou Reed its godfather, or David Bowie? (Full article: 805 words)

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