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You can’t stop at one! Soon after the first part of “Fucking The Nation Every Day” came out in August 2011, I realized: There’s more to follow. Because first of all, so much positive response came flushing in. Second, I have so much fun getting in touch with bands from all over the world, choosing songs and putting these songs into an order that makes sense to me. Six months, 600 downloads and countless e-mails later part two is finished. Once again, it is a bagful of punk rock that includes a little ska and rockabilly. 22 bands from 12 countries made it onto the compilation, each one proving how vivid the scene still is.

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wolverine

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Credits

@garagephotographer for the artwork
@wildgrafik for the artwork
@petrina for the english translation
@kricke for the spanish translation
@jPlayer for the Webplayer

Bandinfos

21 Stories
Amstetten - Austria
They just don’t bother inventing the wheel again. I like that.
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Wish Upon A Star
Athens - Greece
Pop-style punk rock. Simple and likable.
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Northern Beach
Bochum - Germany
Three guys, three chords, three minutes. Is nine the quadrature of punk?
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The Shallows
Gothenburg - Sweden
Not too fast, not too slow. Just good punk rock.
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The Rebel Spell
Vancouver - Canada
Wow, what a song. Melodic, forward, plus brilliant lyrics.
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Spanner
Bristol - UK
This ska punk piece has a trumpet call the tune.
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Rebel City Radio
Midlands - UK
Is there such a thing as a 77 punk rock gene? This song somehow makes you think so.
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Eric Moeller & The Strummalongs
St Louis, Missouri - US
A very beautiful, anthemic song that has an uplifting effect on me.
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Wicked Whiskey
Boston - US
Just like legendary German band ZK sang in 1981: „Yeah, Harry the punk is the third man, he also listens to ska and rockabilly.”
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The Buccaneers
Straubing / St. John - Germany / Canada
Have your buddys over, empty a case of beer, sing along. That’s all it takes for a great night.
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The Roughneck Riot
Warrington - UK
A folk song made for dancing – alas, I won’t make it to the end, even though it has this slower part.
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Fuck Ups
Antwerpen - Belgium
Simple, quick and easy. Punk rock in a nutshell.
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Pumps
New York - US
A manual for punk rock in 2 ½ minutes.
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Man The Change
New York - US
Energetic in-your-face-punk with fitting tempo changes.
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Margate
Los Angeles - US
West coast college punk. When I grow up, I want to go to California.
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The Freebooters
- Ireland
Sounds old, but it is new. Punk and ska really go well together.
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Hisdayhascome
DuBois, PA - US
Rough vocals, melodic guitars. Always awesome.
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Clan Bastardo
Andretta - Italy
These guys manage to put The Cure‘s guitar into a street punk song. Nice work!
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The Fialky
Prague - Czech Republic
They sing Czech. You still understand what it is about, even if you don‘t speak Czech.
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Don't Mess With Winkie
Springfield - US
Punk’s energy and the cheerful sound of ska are happily married here. Dance, dance, dance.
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Street Poison
Paris - France
Punkrock without bells and whistles, but with a good sense of street style.
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A Pony Named Olga
Berlin - Germany
Is this rockabilly? Is it country? Or is it punk? Doesn’t matter. Makes you dance anyway.
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