By the time musical movements are given a name, their moment has passed. This is true whether you’re talking rockabilly, the British Invasion, or punk rock. Forty years ago, bands like X in Los Angeles and the Damned in England were codifying what punk meant, long before it had a uniform or a staple sound. Like first children, they set the rules for subsequent generations. “When [punk] started it had no name and it was all kind of eclectic music,” recalls Dave Vanian, lead singer of The Damned.
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