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Anarcho-Punk

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  • Brand: Fruit of the Loom | Product ID: 3930
  • 100% pre-shrunk cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester, light heather gray is 98% cotton/2% polyester, heather black is 50% cotton/50% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (mid-weight)
  • Double-stitched seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
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Street punk is an urban working class-based subgenre of punk rock, partly as a rebellion against the perceived artistic-T00785/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>artistic pretensions of the first wave of British punk. Street punk emerged from the style of early Oi! bands such as Sham 69 and Cockney Rejects, and the Oi! bands that followed them such as Blitz, The Business and Angelic Upstarts. A key band in defining the aesthetic was The Exploited.
However, street punk continued beyond the confines of the original Oi! form with bands such as GBH, Chaos UK, Discharge, The Anti-Nowhere League and Oxymoron. Street punks generally have a much more ostentatious and flamboyant appearance than the working class or skinhead image cultivated by many Oi! groups. Street punks commonly sported multi-coloured hair, mohawks, tattoos, heavily studded vests and leather jackets, and clothing, especially plaids, adorned with political slogans, patches, and/or the names of punk bands.
In the 1990s and 2000s, a street punk revival began with emerging street punk bands such as The Casualties, The Virus, Cheap Sex, Lower Class Brats and The Unseen. The Casualties achieved underground success in the 2000s.
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Anarcho-punk T-shirts



punk-T00499/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>Anarcho-punk is a genre of punk rock that promotes anarchism. Some use the term broadly to refer to any punk music with anarchist lyrical content, which may figure in crust punk, hardcore punk, folk punk, and other styles. A surge of popular interest in anarchism occurred during the 1970s in the United Kingdom following the birth of punk rock, in particular the Situationist-influenced graphics of Sex Pistols artist Jamie Reid, as well as that band's first single, "Anarchy in the U.K.". However, while the early punk scene appropriated anarchist imagery mainly for its shock or comedy value or at best as a desire for hedonist personal freedom, Crass along with neighbors Poison Girls may have been the first punk bands to expound serious anarchist ideas. Pioneering crust punk bands Antisect, Anti System, Sacrilege, and Amebix all began in the punk-T00499/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>anarcho-punk scene, before incorporating their anarchist lyrical themes with elements of early heavy metal.
punk-T00499/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>Anarcho-punks universally believe in direct action, although the way in which this manifests itself varies greatly. Many punk-T00499/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>anarcho-punks are pacifists (e.g. Crass and Discharge) and therefore believe in using non-violent means of achieving their aims. These include nonviolent resistance-T00811/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>resistance, refusal of work, squatting, economic sabotage, dumpster diving, graffiti, culture jamming, ecotage, freeganism, boycotting, civil disobedience, hacktivism, and subvertising. Some punk-T00499/?shopid=266497' class='wiki-tag-link'>anarcho-punks believe that violence or property damage is an acceptable way of achieving social change (e.g. Conflict). This manifests itself as rioting, vandalism, wire cutting, hunt sabotage, participation in Animal Liberation Front, Earth Liberation Front, or even Black Bloc style activities. Many anarchists dispute the applicability of the term "violence" to describe the destruction of property since they argue that destruction of property is done not to control an individual or institution but to take its control away.
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