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^A year ago I was given the Fucking The Nation Every Day Vol. 1 compilation and it opened my eyes (and ears) to 19 bands from all around the world. Then, in April of this year, Vol. 2 came out and I instantly had 22 more gems for my playlists. When I caught wind of Fucking The Nation Every Day Vol. 3, I thought, “has Punkrockers-Radio jumped the shark?” Have they gone way of The Godfather, Part III and other threquels? Fuck no! Vol. 3 brings you even MORE killer tracks from bands all over the world. Punk the way it’s meant to be – angry, pissed…and fun. The age-old cliché, “the third time’s a charm” hold true here and I’d like to thank the hard working individuals at Punkrockers-Radio for another masterpiece! And turning me on to bands I may not have otherwise discovered. Punk, ska, rockabilly…call it what you want, but it’s all rock’n’roll to me!

I hope you dig it as much as me! Cheers!
Tommy Unit – Real Punk Radio

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@Tommy Unit Linernotes
@sven.e for the artwork
@petrina for the english translation
@kricke for the spanish translation
@jPlayer for the Webplayer

Bandinfos

Kobanes
Chicago - US
This song would perfectly fit on one of the compilations by the legendary Lookout record label. Only that Lookout sadly doesn’t exist anymore.
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Tear Them Down
Gothenburg - Sweden
Wanna get a description of this song? Just read the lyrics of “Please Play This Song On The Radio” by the great NOFX. There you go.
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The Vindickers
Hastings - UK
Melodic mid-tempo punk rock. Reminds me of the first days of a band who has moved on to playing arenas and writing rock operas.
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Beng Beng Cocktail
Angers - France
Some people claim: You can’t make any noise with three acoustic guitars. But punk does work. That’s probably due to the promptings of the heart.
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The Riot Gang
St. Petersburg - Russia
Classic ingredients like tempo change and harmonies make new beautiful punk rock anthems over and over again. That’s astonishing – and at the same time, somewhat comforting.
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Silver & Gold
Antwerp - Belgium
The music is plain, the topic is simple. I can lay back and then go back to saving the world in about three minutes from now.
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The Sensibles
Milan - Italy
“30 is the best age for punk rock”, sings Stella. She’s right. Same goes for 20. And 40. And 80, if you ever get there.
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Cancer
Basel / Zürich - Schweiz
It’s not true that all the Swiss are slow. Some play straight punk rock that quickly finds a way into your ears.
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Young Lungs
Montreal - Canada
My musical upbringing took place in the 80s. That’s matched excellently by this slighty dark post-punk with a touch of wave.
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Kill Valmer
Stuttgart - Germany
You can have your heart in the right place. Can you also have your music in the right place? No idea! Anyway, this song is a good combination of melody, mood and attitude.
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Nežfaleš
Prague - Czech Republic
I don’t speak Czech, and the only word I understand here is punk rock. That’s enough! Ohoho ohoho.
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Sixty Minute Man
Austin - US
I don’t know the first thing about garage punk, but songs like this are just cool.
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The Accelerators
Perth - Australia
2 tone ska meets sixties movie score. Very cool and relaxed song.
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Civil War Rust
East Bay - US
Punkrock close to stuck song syndrome. Fortunately, it’s only close, cause those songs that you can’t get out of your head have a tendency to get on your nerves, too.
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Be Easy
Warner Robins - US
Quickly tune in to the station, bang this out in two voices and stay below the three minute mark.
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The Decline
Rennes - France
You don’t want to walk in this protagonist’s shoes. A three-minute soundtrack for a lost soul.
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Headons
Halmstad - Sweden
What a classic mix of punk and rock’n’roll! For some reason, the Swedes know how to nail it.
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Louis Lingg and the Bombs
Paris - France
In my mind’s eye, here’s The B52’s wearing mohawks and ripped Sex Pistols shirts.
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Punk Floid
Záb?eh - Czech Republic
Long live 77 punk, and hail to the underground. And pogo, of course.
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They Stay Dead
Edmond - US
A 10 second guitar solo for a start, and then 110 seconds of melodic, fast punk rock.
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Stöj Snak
Aalborg - Denmark
There is a long tradition of protest in folk music. Protest also is one of the roots of punk. This song unites all that.
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Wringer
Bloomington (Indiana) - US
West Coast punk with the corresponding sing-a-longs, high speed and melody. Only that this isn’t from the West Coast, but 2000 miles from the Pacific.
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Conquer the Sun
Brooklyn - US
Punk rock with passion – rooted in the music as well as in the lyrics.
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From The Cradle To The Rave feat. Public Serpents, Beng Beng Cocktail, Atrocity Solution, Ghetto Blaster and The Stupid Stupid Henchmen
Edinburgh - Scotland
You want to start dancing, but how? Bouncing up and down? Running in circles? Pogo? Whatever. Just do it all.
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