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SOUND
MEMBERS
WASHINGTON DC
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BRIAN BAKER
BAD RELIGION
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MINOR THREAT
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Definitions

  1. Minor Threat was an American hardcore punk band that formed in Washington, D.C. in 1980 and disbanded in 1983.
  2. Minor Threat was the definitive Washington, D.C., hardcore punk band, setting the style for the straight-edge punk movement of the early '80s. (Web site)
  3. While Minor Threat was short-lived, it had a strong influence on the hardcore punk music scene in the United States.

Mackaye

  1. After feeling creatively limited in the Teen Idles, MacKaye was determined to be the frontman and primary lyricist for Minor Threat (1980-1983).

Underground

  1. Upon its 1983 release, the album became popular within the underground and Minor Threat were becoming alternative stars, which didn't sit well with MacKaye.

Sound

  1. MacKaye played with Embrace, Skewbald, and Pailhead before forming Fugazi, who carried on the aesthetic, if not the sound, of Minor Threat.

Members

  1. Use of the song was not cleared by Dischord Records or any of the members of Minor Threat.

Washington Dc

  1. Minor Threat was an American hardcore punk band that formed in Washington DC in 1980 and disbanded in 1983.

Punk Bands

  1. Punk bands are more like Rancid and Minor Threat.

Washington

  1. From about 1980 to 1984 the two most popular hardcore bands were Minor Threat from Washington D.C. and Black Flag from Los Angeles.
  2. The movement was kickstarted by Washington, D.C. 's Minor Threat in the 1980s.

Misfits

  1. After Minor Threat dissolved, he played guitar in the first incarnation of Samhain, after Glenn Danzig broke up The Misfits.

Brian Baker

  1. Brian Baker (musician), one of the founding members of Minor Threat, was credited as such on the 1992 Dag Nasty album Four on the Floor.
  2. Reforming the band with Brian Baker and Lyle Preslar of Minor Threat, the ‘85 Meatmen proved to be the mightiest.

Bad Religion

  1. Local press says we 'combine the power of Minor Threat with the melodicism of Bad Religion.' Fast, hard, melodic.

Dead Kennedys

  1. We have been told we sound like a mixture of Minor Threat and Dead Kennedys (but then hasn't everyone haha!).

Hardcore

  1. And few are those among us who got into hardcore directly by listening to Minor Threat or Youth of Today. (Web site)

Straight Edge

  1. Straight Edge: A movement that went from being a minor threat to a convervative, conformist no threat. (Web site)
  2. By the end of the year, Minor Threat had released the singles "Minor Threat" and "Straight Edge," and had played many concerts along the East Coast.

Hardcore Punk Band

  1. Lyle Preslar is an American musician best known for being a guitar player and song writer for the hardcore punk band Minor Threat.
  2. He calls Minor Threat, formed in Washington, D.C. in 1980, the "definitive" hardcore punk band.

Fugazi

  1. Following the disbandment of Minor Threat, MacKaye formed Fugazi, who became one of the more popular American indie rock bands of the late '80s and '90s.

Ian Mackaye

  1. Produced by Ian MacKaye of Fugazi and Minor Threat, the album began to establish the band's audience. (Web site)
  2. Fans included Ian MacKaye of the hardcore punk band Minor Threat and Henry Rollins, formerly of Black Flag[ citation needed].

Hardcore Punk

  1. Minor Threat, who also were formed in Washington, D.C., were influenced by this type of hardcore punk and adopted it as their primary style.

Black Flag

  1. This anti-fashion is often associated with hardcore punk like Minor Threat and Black Flag.
  2. Eschewing the more mainstream punk elements, New Mexican Disaster Squad goes straight for waving the black flag (or issuing a minor threat).
  3. They combine the frenzied indignation of Black Flag, the social sensibilities of Minor Threat, the morbid flair of The Misfits. (Web site)

Bad Brains

  1. Black Flag, Bad Brains, and Minor Threat are three good examples of hardcore punk.
  2. Minor Threat, formed in Washington D.C. in 1980, played an aggressive, fast, hardcore punk style directly influenced by Bad Brains.

Minor Threat

  1. They ground out endless hours in a stuffy van to play with such bands as Black Flag, Husker Du, Minor Threat, the Dead Kennedys, X and Bad Brains.
  2. Gurewitz was replaced as a guitarist by Brian Baker, a former member of bands such as Minor Threat and Dag Nasty.
  3. His interest in bands like the Sex Pistols and Bad Religion turned into an appreciation for other bands like Minor Threat, Bad Brains and The Teen Idles. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Music > Punk > Hardcore Punk > Bad Brains
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Black Flag
  3. Arts > Music > Punk > Hardcore Punk
  4. Music > Musical Instruments > Guitars > Ian Mackaye
  5. Arts > Music > Punk > Straight Edge
  6. Books about "Minor Threat" in Amazon.com

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