No Thanks! The '70s Punk Rebellion

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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - David Sprague
Diehards can usually find something to complain about in any compilation that claims to be a definitive look at a genre or time, but even the prickliest stickler would have a hard time casting stones at this encyclopedic punk primer. Yes, the Sex Pistols are conspicuously absent -- a fact the producers make plain in the liner notes -- but the 100-song set is otherwise exhaustive beyond the wildest dreams of punk addicts. Roughly chronological, the four-disc set touches on releases that preceded what most folks think of as the original punk explosion notably Pere Ubu's "Final Solution" and Television's "Little Johnny Jewel," both of which date back to 1975 and gives ...
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - David Sprague
Diehards can usually find something to complain about in any compilation that claims to be a definitive look at a genre or time, but even the prickliest stickler would have a hard time casting stones at this encyclopedic punk primer. Yes, the Sex Pistols are conspicuously absent -- a fact the producers make plain in the liner notes -- but the 100-song set is otherwise exhaustive beyond the wildest dreams of punk addicts. Roughly chronological, the four-disc set touches on releases that preceded what most folks think of as the original punk explosion notably Pere Ubu's "Final Solution" and Television's "Little Johnny Jewel," both of which date back to 1975 and gives plenty of play to such less-mainstream New York pioneers as the Dictators, the Heartbreakers, and Mink DeVille alongside early cuts from the Ramones and Blondie. Brit pioneers like Eddie & the Hot Rods, the Stranglers, and the Damned are represented by classic cuts as well. Disc 2 delves more deeply into the catalogs of those bands, while peppering its repertoire with embryonic offerings from more experimental acts like Magazine represented by "Shot by Both Sides", Wire "Mannequin", and the Fall "Bingo Master". The quality doesn't tail off on the admittedly more disjointed third disc, which flits from the sugary pop-punk of the Undertones' timeless anthem "Teenage Kicks" to the nihilistic raving of the Germs' "Lexicon Devil" and Fear's "I Love Livin in the City." The set's fourth and final disc maintains that whiplash-inducing pace, taking in neo-oi offerings from Sham 69, free-form freakouts from the Pop Group and the Slits, and formative recordings from future legends like the Cramps represented by the ultra-early "Human Fly" and the Cure "Boys Don't Cry". The box is rounded out by a thick, photo-packed booklet with exhaustive song-by-song liner notes and snappy essays, making it a must-have for the punk rocker inside us all.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Like all the great rock revolutions, punk was fueled by singles. Sure, there were a lot of tremendous albums, but all the artists that cut great LPs also had great 7"s -- and in the case of Television and Patti Smith, they had independent singles released prior to their first albums that never appeared on their debuts. Since rock criticism tends to be album-driven, singles tend to get slightly overlooked, and since punk is a rock critic's favorite, some revisionist historians paint the era as fueled by albums, not singles. Rhino's excellent four-disc No Thanks! The '70s Punk Rebellion corrects that error by focusing on the singles, winding up with a one-stop introduction and summary of the era that is as good as Loud, Fast & Out of Control, their similar set on early rock & roll. The compilers have bent the rules of punk slightly, deciding to include proto-punkers like New York Dolls, the Stooges, the Dictators, and Jonathan Richman, and then to not present the cuts in a strictly chronological order. This benefits the album, since these artists are in the same spirit of the bands they inspired, and the sequencing plays like a great mixtape. Rhino has also evenly balanced the set between American and British punk, including both early hardcore punkers the Dead Kennedys and British pub rock renegades like Nick Lowe and Ian Dury in equal measure. Though there's a bit of difference between "California Über Alles" and "Heart of the City," they deserve to be paired on this set because they both were genuinely independent, exciting 45s that crackled with energy and captured the spirit of punk, albeit in different ways. And that's what makes No Thanks! work so well -- it illustrates how diverse punk and new wave were in the late '70s, but it places a premium on adventure and excitement, which means even artier bands like Pere Ubu and Suicide come across as pure rock & roll. If there is any flaw to the box, it's that most record collectors will already own the lion's share of these songs -- in fact, if they own Rhino's previous 1993 multi-disc punk retrospective D.I.Y., they'll own no less than 53 of these songs an additional 14 songs have appeared on other Rhino titles, making for a grand total of 67 of 100 songs already released by Rhino. While this is undoubtedly a problem for some collectors, it is also true that it functions more as an overview for fans that don't already own a bunch of this on CD, and on that level it can't be faulted. True, this may contain no tracks from the Sex Pistols, since John Lydon refused them permission allegedly because Rhino chose not to release the 2002 Sex Pistols box set in the States, but every other major player is here, and the music here is so good they're not missed at all. Finally, if a collector is wondering whether it's worth the expense to buy this box, there are three rare singles that make their debut here: the aforementioned Television and Patti Smith singles, "Little Johnny Jewel" and "Hey Joe [version]," plus an early single version of the Pretenders' "The Wait." Note: "Little Johnny Jewel" was released nearly simultaneously on an expanded reissue of Television's Marquee Moon. For those that can afford it, that's reason enough to pick up the set.
New York Times - Jon Pareles
An all-but-comprehensive selection from a time that's too often simplified in hindsight.
Rolling Stone - Douglas Wolk
As an introduction to a fertile musical moment... No Thanks! is nearly ideal... Alternative rock is still based on the axioms of these 100 songs.
Blender - Tony Power
Everywhere you look on No Thanks! there are attempts to infuriate, challenge and intimidate rather than simply entertain... No Thanks! is just about perfect.

An all-but-comprehensive selection from a time that's too often simplified in hindsight.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/28/2003
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227392628
  • Catalog Number: 73926

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Blitzkrieg Bop (2:14)
  2. 2 White Riot (1:58)
  3. 3 Heart of the City (2:04)
  4. 4 Boredom (2:52)
  5. 5 (I'm) Stranded (3:25)
  6. 6 Neat Neat Neat (2:34)
  7. 7 In the City (2:17)
  8. 8 Final Solution (4:38)
  9. 9 Roadrunner (4:04)
  10. 10 Little Johnny Jewel (7:50)
  11. 11 One Chord Wonders (2:36)
  12. 12 Born to Lose (3:04)
  13. 13 Search and DeStroy (3:26)
  14. 14 Let Me Dream If I Want To (Amphetamine Blues) (2:51)
  15. 15 Oh Bondage Up Yours! (2:45)
  16. 16 1 2 X U (1:54)
  17. 17 Blank Generation (2:41)
  18. 18 (Get A) Grip (On Yourself) (3:55)
  19. 19 Cherry Bomb (2:20)
  20. 20 Personality Crisis (3:41)
  21. 21 Teenage Depression (2:55)
  22. 22 Two Tub Man (4:05)
  23. 23 Hey Joe (Version) (5:05)
  24. 24 Your Generation (3:11)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Lust for Life (5:12)
  2. 2 Gary Gilmore's Eyes (2:20)
  3. 3 Satday Night in the City of the Dead (2:34)
  4. 4 What Do I Get? (2:54)
  5. 5 X Offender (3:10)
  6. 6 Lookin' After No. 1 (3:09)
  7. 7 Don't Dictate (2:45)
  8. 8 Bingo Master (2:22)
  9. 9 Free Money (3:50)
  10. 10 The Modern World (2:31)
  11. 11 Chinese Rocks (2:53)
  12. 12 New Rose (2:43)
  13. 13 Ambition (3:09)
  14. 14 See No Evil (3:56)
  15. 15 Suspect Device (2:42)
  16. 16 Mannequin (2:37)
  17. 17 Baby Baby (3:26)
  18. 18 Love Comes in Spurts (1:59)
  19. 19 First Time (2:19)
  20. 20 Sonic Reducer (3:04)
  21. 21 Shot by Both Sides (3:54)
  22. 22 Mystery Dance (1:35)
  23. 23 Trash (3:08)
  24. 24 The Day the World Turned Day-Glo (2:50)
  25. 25 Do Anything You Wanna Do (4:00)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Ready Steady Go (3:02)
  2. 2 Teenage Kicks (2:25)
  3. 3 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (3:06)
  4. 4 Ever Fallen in Love? (2:40)
  5. 5 Rocket U.S.A. (4:17)
  6. 6 Mongoloid (3:34)
  7. 7 Homicide (3:42)
  8. 8 Mr. Big (1:40)
  9. 9 Warsaw (2:25)
  10. 10 Where Were You? (2:42)
  11. 11 Lexicon Devil (2:03)
  12. 12 (My Baby Does) Good Sculptures (2:50)
  13. 13 The Wait (3:09)
  14. 14 We Got the Neutron Bomb (3:00)
  15. 15 Pablo Picasso (4:19)
  16. 16 Action Time Vision (2:30)
  17. 17 2-4-6-8 Motorway (3:17)
  18. 18 We Are the One (2:36)
  19. 19 Borstal Breakout (2:05)
  20. 20 Wasted (0:51)
  21. 21 Sheena Is a Punk Rocker (2:45)
  22. 22 I Love Livin in the City (2:03)
  23. 23 She's So Modern (2:57)
  24. 24 Ghosts of Princes in Towers (3:33)
  25. 25 We're Desperate (2:00)
  26. 26 You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla) (1:50)
  27. 27 Dancing the Night Away (3:13)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Hong Kong Garden (2:54)
  2. 2 Hanging on the Telephone (2:17)
  3. 3 Top of the Pops (2:55)
  4. 4 Adult Books (3:10)
  5. 5 The Sound of the Suburbs (3:53)
  6. 6 California Über Alles (3:26)
  7. 7 Another Girl, Another Planet (3:01)
  8. 8 (I Want to Be An) Anglepoise Lamp (2:59)
  9. 9 Radio, Radio (3:04)
  10. 10 Typical Girls (3:56)
  11. 11 Human Fly (2:12)
  12. 12 Psycho Killer (4:19)
  13. 13 Babylon's Burning (2:30)
  14. 14 If the Kids Are United (3:46)
  15. 15 Alternative Ulster (2:43)
  16. 16 Boys Don't Cry (2:35)
  17. 17 She Is Beyond Good and Evil (3:22)
  18. 18 Is She Really Going Out With Him? (3:33)
  19. 19 Get Over You (2:43)
  20. 20 Love Like Anthrax (3:17)
  21. 21 Peaches (4:09)
  22. 22 Into the Valley (3:15)
  23. 23 You Can't Put Your Arms Round a Memory (3:05)
  24. 24 Love Will Tear Us Apart (3:26)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Barry Adamson Bass
Jello Biafra Vocals
David Bowie Piano, Vocals
David Byrne Guitar, Vocals
Exene Cervenka Vocals
Elvis Costello Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Drum Sticks
John Doe Bass, Vocals
Klaus Flouride Bass, Vocals
Lita Ford Guitar
Bob Geldof Vocals
Jerry Harrison Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Debbie Harry Vocals
Richard Hell Bass, Vocals
Robyn Hitchcock Guitar, Vocals
Billy Idol Vocals
Joe Jackson Piano, Vocals
Joan Jett Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
David Johansen Vocals
Mark Mothersbaugh Keyboards, Vocals
Colin Newman Vocals
Iggy Pop Vocals
Robert Quine Guitar, Vocals
Jonathan Richman Guitar, Vocals
Tom Robinson Bass, Vocals
Mark Stewart Vocals
Joe Strummer Guitar, Vocals
Midge Ure Guitar, Vocals
Tom Verlaine Guitar, Vocals
Willy DeVille Guitar, Vocals
Howard Devoto Vocals
David Thomas Vocals
Stiv Bators Vocals
Captain Sensible Bass, Vocals
Cherie Currie Vocals
Jimmy Destri Keyboards
Ian Dury Vocals
Bruce Foxton Bass, Vocals
John Foxx Vocals
Nick Garvey Guitar, Vocals
Vic Godard Vocals
Knox Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Graham Lewis Bass, Vocals
Richard Lloyd Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Lora Logic Saxophone
Pauline Murray Vocals
Steve Nieve Keyboards
Mark Perry Guitar, Vocals
Jimmy Pursey Vocals
Rabbit Keyboards
Martin Rev electronics
Mick Ronson Keyboards
Pete Shelley Guitar, Vocals
Sylvain Sylvain Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Bram Tchaikovsky Guitar, Vocals
Alan Vega Vocals
Ed Kuepper Guitar
Pat Smear Guitar
Feargal Sharkey Vocals
Billy Currie Keyboards
Chris Bailey Vocals
Billy Simpson Bass
Chris Bennett Drums
Greg Ginn Guitar
Penelope Houston Vocals
Stuart Adamson Guitar, Vocals
Gaye Advert Bass
Viv Albertine Guitar, Vocals
Bernard Albrecht Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Dave Allen Bass
Carlos Alomar Guitar, Vocals
Mark Ambler Keyboards
Ron Asheton Bass, Vocals
Scott Asheton Drums
Nickey Beat Drums
Marc Bell Drums
Nigel Bennett Guitar
Jet Black Drums
Robert Blamire Bass
Johnny Blitz Drums
Mickey Bradley Bass
Martin Bramah Guitar
Pete Briquette Bass, Vocals
Ernie Brooks Bass, Vocals
Rick Buckler Drums
Clem Burke Drums
Hugo Burnham Drums
Dennis Burns Bass
Jake Burns Guitar, Vocals
Karl Burns Drums
John Callis Guitar
Warren Cann Drums, Vocals
Bob Casale Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Gerald V. Casale Bass, Vocals
Nick Cash Guitar, Vocals
Carlos Charles Drums
Terry Chimes Drums
Cheetah Chrome Guitar
Eric Clark Saxophone
Billy Club Bass
Henry Cluney Guitar, Vocals
Pat Collier Bass, Vocals
Gerry Cott Guitar
Darby Crash Vocals
Simon Crowe Drums, Vocals
Ian Curtis Vocals
Matt Dangerfield Guitar, Vocals
Jay Dee Daugherty Drums
Guy Days Guitar, Vocals
Dix Denney Guitar, Vocals
Michael Dempsey Bass
John Denney Vocals
Steve Diggle Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Billy Doherty Drums
Graeme Douglas Guitar, Vocals
Laurie Driver Drums
Chuck Dukowski Bass
East Bay Ray Guitar
Rusty Egan Drums
Louie Erlanger Guitar
Brian Faloon Drums
Pete Farndon Bass
Alex Fergusson Guitar
Billy Ficca Drums
Fay Fife Vocals
Johnnie Fingers Keyboards, Vocals
Jackie Fox Bass, Vocals
Chris Frantz Drums
Tony Friel Bass
Danny Furious Drums
Mick Gallagher Keyboards
Pat Garrett Drums
Steve Garvey Bass
Andrew Gill Guitar, Vocals
Robert Gotobed Drums
Steve Goulding Drums
Paul Gray Bass
Dave Greenfield Keyboards
Tom Greenhalgh Guitar, Vocals
B.P. Hurding Drums
Nigel Harrison Bass
Ivor Hay Drums
Tom Herman Guitar, Keyboards
Dave Higgs Guitar
James Honeyman-Scott Guitar
Peter Hook Bass
Dave Houghton Drums
Chrissie Hynde Guitar, Vocals
Frank Infante Guitar
Lux Interior Bass, Vocals
Poison Ivy Guitar
Martin Jackson Drums
Brian James Guitar, Vocals
Tony James Bass, Vocals
Chaz Jankel Guitar, Keyboards
Richard Jobson Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Mick Jones Guitar, Vocals
Ivan Julian Guitar, Vocals
Karlos Kaballero Drums
Arthur Kane Bass
Lenny Kaye Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Tom Kellichan Drums
Scott Kempner Rhythm Guitar
Stu Boy King Percussion, Drums
Chip Kinman Guitar, Vocals
Tony Kinman Bass, Vocals
Nick Knox Drums
Ivan Král Bass, Rhythm Guitar
Scott Krauss Drums
Danny Kustow Guitar, Vocals
Pablo Labritain Drums
Mark Laff Drums, Vocals
Jon Langford Drums
Stan Lee Guitar
Adrian Lillywhite Drums
Nick Lowe Bass, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Drum Sticks
Walter Lure Guitar, Vocals
Graham Maby Bass
Jeff Magnum Bass
John Maher Drums
Alan Mair Bass
Adam Maitland Keyboards
Handsome Dick Manitoba Vocals
Barry Masters Vocals
Glen Matlock Bass, Vocals
John McFee Guitar
John McGeoch Guitar
John McKay Guitar
Andy McMaster Bass, Vocals
Ali McMordie Bass
Jim Melton Percussion, Vocals
Andy Metcalfe Bass, Vocals
Keith Morris Vocals
Bob Mothersbaugh Guitar, Vocals
Alan Myers Drums
William Mysterious Bass
Steve New Guitar, Vocals
Steve Nichol Drums
Steve Nicol Drums
Jerry Nolan Drums
Damian O'Neill Guitar
John O'Neill Guitar
Malcolm Owen Vocals
Angel Paterson Drums
Paul Weller Guitar, Vocals
Christopher Payne Bass, Vocals
Peter Perrett Guitar, Vocals
John Perry Guitar, Keyboards
John Perry Guitar, Keyboards
Howard Pickup Guitar
Honest John Plain Guitar
Tessa Pollitt Bass, Vocals
Joey Ramone Vocals
Dee Dee Ramone Bass
Johnny Ramone Guitar
Tommy Ramone Drums
Billy Rath Bass
Allen Ravenstine Synthesizer
Kimberley Rew Guitar, Vocals
Eugene Reynolds Vocals
David Robinson Drums, Vocals
Cliff Roman Rhythm Guitar
Dave Ruffy Drums
Gareth Sager Saxophone
Hunt Sales Drums, Vocals
Tony Sales Bass, Vocals
Gary Sanford Guitar
Rat Scabies Drums, Vocals
Greg Scars Guitar
Steven Severin Bass, Keyboards
Steve Shears Guitar
Andy Shernoff Bass, Vocals
Micky Shine Drums
Paul Simonon Bass
Gary Smallman Drums
Fred Smith Bass, Vocals
Mark E. Smith Vocals
Patti Smith Vocals
Robert Smith Guitar, Vocals
TV Smith Vocals
Richard Sohl Piano
Casino Steel Piano, Vocals
Chris Stein Bass, Guitar
Dolphin Taylor Drums, Vocals
Nicky Tesco Vocals
Bruce Thomas Bass
Pete Thomas Drums
Steve Thompson Saxophone
Johnny Thunders Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals
Laurence Tolhurst Drums
Dave Trout Bass
John Turnbull Guitar
Simon Underwood Bass
Ari Up Vocals
Gary Valentine Guitar
Dave Vanian Vocals
Lee Ving Guitar, Vocals
John Waddington Guitar
Bob Ward Drums
Norman Watt-Roy Bass
Sandy West Drums, Vocals
Tina Weymouth Bass
James Calvin Wilsey Bass
Morris Windsor Drums
Tim Wright Bass, Guitar
Jimmy Zero Rhythm Guitar
Billy Zoom Guitar
Poly Styrene Vocals
Peter Laughner Guitar
Hugh Cornwell Guitar, Vocals
Dave Guy Parsons Guitar
Siouxsie Sioux Vocals
Kym Bradshaw Bass
John Britton Guitar
Stephen Morris Drums
James Williamson Guitar
Leonard Graves Phillips Vocals
Ruben Siguenza Bass
Jon King Vocals
Steve Atkinson Keyboards
Mark Cain Drums
Ritch Colbert Keyboards
D.J. Bonebrake Drums
Gerry Mackleduff Drums
Colin Scott Bass
Rick Wernham Drums
Mike Kellie Drums
Spit Stix Drums
Philo Cramer Guitar, Vocals
Ross "The Boss" Funichello Guitar, Vocals
Brian Migdol Drums
Derf Scratch Bass, Vocals
Manfred Jones Drums
Kevin Lycett Guitar, Vocals
Chris Cross Bass, Vocals
Lorna Doom Bass
Chuck Wagon Keyboards
Ivy Rorschach Guitar
Jon Watson Bass
Una Baines Keyboards
John "Segs" Jennings Bass
Gary Chaplin Guitar
Jean-Marie Carroll Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Ros Allen Bass
Garry Roberts Guitar, Vocals
John MacArthur Ellis Guitar, Vocals
Bob "Derwood" Andrews Guitar, Vocals
Jean Jacques Burnel Bass, Vocals
Paul Fox Guitar, Vocals
Duncan "Kid" Reid Bass, Vocals
Jak "Airport" Stafford Guitar
Dave "Kermit" Treganna Bass, Vocals
Ricky Gardner Guitar, Vocals
B.C. Gilbert Guitar, Vocals
Bryan Gregory Guitar
Bruce Smith Percussion, Drums
Paul Dean Bass
Jack Black Drums
Budgie Drums
Kenny Morris Drums
Technical Credits
Gary Stewart Producer, Liner Notes
John Austin Licensing
Jello Biafra Composer
Black Flag Producer
David Bowie Composer
Buzzcocks Arranger
David Byrne Composer
John Cale Producer
Exene Cervenka Composer
Alex Chilton Producer
Elvis Costello Composer
Dead Kennedys Composer, Producer
Devo Producer
Bruce Dickinson Remixing
John Doe Composer
The Fall Producer
Fear Producer
Gang of Four Composer, Producer
Bob Geldof Composer
Debbie Harry Composer
Richard Hell Arranger, Composer, Producer
Robyn Hitchcock Composer
Billy Idol Composer
Joe Jackson Arranger, Composer
Joan Jett Composer
David Johansen Composer
Magazine Producer
The Mekons Producer
Mark Mothersbaugh Composer
New York Dolls Arranger
Colin Newman Composer
Pere Ubu Producer
Iggy Pop Composer, Producer, Remixing
Robert Quine Arranger
The Ramones Composer
The Rezillos Producer
Jonathan Richman Composer
Tom Robinson Composer
Todd Rundgren Producer
Stiff Little Fingers Composer, Producer
The Stranglers Composer
Joe Strummer Composer
Talking Heads Producer
Television Producer
Ultravox Producer
The Undertones Producer
Tom Verlaine Composer, Producer
The Vibrators Producer
The Weirdos Producer
Wire Composer
X Producer
Willy DeVille Composer
Howard Devoto Composer
Dils Producer
Bruce Gilbert Composer
David Thomas Composer
The Adverts Producer
Stiv Bators Composer
Gary Brooker Composer
Ian Dury Composer
Matthew Fisher Composer
Kim Fowley Composer, Director, Producer
John Foxx Composer
Nick Garvey Composer
Vic Godard Composer
John "Speedy" Keen Producer
Graham Lewis Composer
Pauline Murray Composer
Mark Perry Composer
The Pop Group Composer, Producer
Jimmy Pursey Composer, Producer
Genya Ravan Producer
Martin Rev Composer
Mick Ronson Producer
Rough Trade Remixing
Pete Shelley Composer
Sylvain Sylvain Composer
David Taylor Composer
Alan Vega Composer
Ed Kuepper Composer
Craig Leon Producer
Chris Bailey Composer
Dennis Bovell Producer
Greg Ginn Composer
Stuart Adamson Composer
Viv Albertine Composer
Bernard Albrecht Composer
David Batchelor Producer
Roger Bechirian Producer
Doug Bennett Remixing
Johnny Blitz Composer
Tony Bongiovi Producer
Hugh Brown Art Direction, Cover Photo
John Callis Composer
Gerald V. Casale Composer
Nick Cash Composer
Cheetah Chrome Composer
Rod Coe Producer
Darby Crash Composer
Ian Curtis Composer
Guy Days Composer
Michael Dempsey Composer
John Denney Composer
Andy Dimartino Composer
Joy Division Producer
Graeme Douglas Arranger, Composer
East Bay Ray Producer
Brian Eno Producer
Thomas Erdelyi Producer
Pete Farndon Composer
Alex Fergusson Composer
Johnnie Fingers Composer
Micky Foote Producer
Chris Frantz Composer
Pete Gage Producer
Mick Glossop Producer
Robert Gotobed Composer
Richard Gottehrer Producer
Paul Gray Arranger
Tom Greenhalgh Composer
Martin Hannett Producer
Tom Herman Composer
Dan Hersch Remastering
John Hewlett Producer
Dave Higgs Arranger, Composer
Ed Hollis Arranger, Composer, Producer
Peter Hook Composer
Mike Howlett Producer
Chrissie Hynde Composer
Bill Inglot Producer, Remastering
Lux Interior Composer
Brian James Composer
Tony James Composer, Remixing
Chaz Jankel Composer
John Jennings Composer
Richard Jobson Composer
Andy Johns Producer
Mick Jones Composer
Lenny Kaye Composer, Producer
David Kershenbaum Producer
Kim King Producer
Chip Kinman Composer
Tony Kinman Composer
Scott Krauss Composer
Murray Krugman Producer
Robert John "Mutt" Lange Producer
Jon Langford Composer
Stan Lee Composer, Producer
Steve Lillywhite Producer
Nick Lowe Composer, Producer
Jeff Magnum Composer
Vic Maile Producer
Earle Mankey Producer
Barry Masters Arranger
Glen Matlock Composer
John McKay Composer
Andy McMaster Composer
Rand McNally Producer
Andy Metcalfe Arranger
Keith Morris Composer
Bob Mothersbaugh Composer
Alan Myers Composer
Steve New Composer
Steve Nichol Arranger
Jerry Nolan Composer
John O'Neill Composer
Malcolm Owen Composer
Chris Parry Producer
Paul Weller Composer
Sandy Pearlman Producer
Peter Perrett Composer
Honest John Plain Composer
Tessa Pollitt Composer
Lance Quinn Producer
Joey Ramone Composer
Dee Dee Ramone Composer
Johnny Ramone Composer
Tommy Ramone Composer
Pat Rand Producer
Keith Reid Composer
Cliff Roman Composer
Dave Ruffy Composer
Martin Rushent Producer
Steven Severin Composer
Andy Shernoff Composer
Mark E. Smith Composer
Patti Smith Composer
Robert Smith Composer
TV Smith Composer
Vic Smith Producer
Nicky Tesco Composer
Marty Thau Producer
Mike Thorne Producer
Johnny Thunders Composer, Remixing
Laurence Tolhurst Composer
Ari Up Composer
Gary Valentine Composer
Don Van Vliet Composer
Lee Ving Composer
Phil Wainman Producer
Larry Wallis Producer
Tina Weymouth Composer
Peter Wilson Producer
Tim Wright Composer
Jimmy Zero Composer
Poly Styrene Composer
Peter Laughner Composer
Dave Guy Parsons Composer
Siouxsie Sioux Composer
Geza X Producer
Stephen Morris Composer
Gordon Ogilvie Composer, Producer
James Williamson Composer
Bernard Sumner Composer
Jake Riviera Producer
Lol Tolhurst Composer
Robin Mayhew Producer
Chris Morris Liner Notes
Chris Stamp Producer
Nils Stevenson Producer
Falcon Stuart Producer
Chris Thomas Producer
Chris Gray Producer
John Greenway Composer
Richard Hell & the Voidoids Arranger
Mike Chapman Producer
Bob Last Producer
Julie Vlasak Art Direction
Danny Kadar Remixing
Steven Chean Editorial Research
Reggie Collins Discographical Annotation
Dave Schultz Remastering
Robert Casale Composer
Andy Arthurs Producer
Jim Keylor Producer
Chuck Wagon Composer
Ivy Rorschach Composer
Gary Stewart Producer, Liner Notes
Nobody Producer
Atv Producer
Una Baines Composer
Craig Bell Composer
Gary Chaplin Composer
Ian Carnochan Composer
Jean-Marie Carroll Composer
Belway Brothers Producer
Fast Product Producer
Paul Fox Composer
Jimmy Nanos Producer
Bernard Rhodes Producer
Voidoids Arranger
Martin Zero Producer
Billy Roberts Composer
William Roberts Composer
Jack Lee Composer
Kenny Morris Composer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Good box set of the Punk movement

    This box set does have you asking yourself at times what is and isn't Punk, but it's a pretty good effort (I know of none better at the moment) and it has a lot of great cuts. You might want to fill it out by buying a couple of other classic Punk albums (namely London Calling and a good Pistol's collection) but on the whole this box set is well worth the price.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The best of the best, sans one

    Absolutely worth every penny, this look at the punk movement was put together with such obvious love and knowledge of the subject that even the absense of the Sex Pistols doesn't distract from the overall excellence of this product. Highly recommended.

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