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  1. To answer this we need to think about the different roots of punk in the UK and the US. In the US, the influence of ska was negligible and the roots of the first obviously punk bands, like The Ramones were clearly in 1950s rock and roll and r'n'b ...

  2. Mar 26, 2019 · Two-tone (or 2 Tone) ska is the second wave of ska music, created in England in the 1970s. In creating this genre, traditional ska was fused with the (then) brand new style of music known as punk rock. The name "2 Tone" refers to a record label that put out these records. The UK-based bands were often racially mixed, with black and white members.

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  4. In the 1970s ska was a significant influence on British pop culture, and so-called 2-Tone groups (whose name derived from both the suits they wore and their often integrated lineups) such as the Specials, Selector, and Madness brought punk and more pop into ska. Madness’s music crossed the Atlantic Ocean and contributed to the success of ska ...

  5. Ska punk combines ska music with punk rock music. Ska-core is a subgenre of ska punk that blends ska with hardcore punk. Early ska punk combined both 2 Tone and ska with hardcore punk. Ska punk often features wind instruments, especially horns such as saxophones, trombones Script error: No such module "Footnotes".

  6. Ska punk is a fusion music genre that combines ska and punk rock, often playing down the former's R&B roots. Ska-core is a subgenre of ska punk, blending ska with hardcore punk . The more punk-influenced style often features faster tempos , guitar distortion , onbeat punk-style interludes (usually the chorus), and nasal, gruff, or shouted vocals.

  7. Jan 23, 2017 · Punk songs are also mostly very short and vocals are often shouted in a confrontational manner. Many of the chord progressions reveal a strong influence of blues-based guitars, simply played at breakneck speed. In its early years, punk rock was deeply influenced by reggae music (e.g. The Clash).

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