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Au tout début du punk parisien : du lycée Charlemagne au Club 100

Abstract : This article attempts to describe the beginning of the parisian punk, presents its key players: Strike Up and Loose Heart, Denis Quilliard (Jacno), Angel Face, Patrick Eudeline (singer of Asphalt Jungle) and evokes the cultural environment of France of that time (from 1972-1977). It tries to restore the sense of urgency lived by this generation of musicians sensitive to the message carried by the New York Dolls (1971-1977) and then, and decisively, by the first New York punk emergence.
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Hervé Zénouda. Au tout début du punk parisien : du lycée Charlemagne au Club 100. Volume ! La revue des musiques populaires, Editions Mélanie Seteun 2016, La scène punk en France, 13 (1), pp.17-30. ⟨sic_01760160⟩



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