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365 Days of Song Recommendations: Dec 18

Blank Generation-Richard Hell and the Voidoids

Blank Generation—Richard Hell and the Voidoids

Richard Hell is almost impossibly influential. If he’d been in just one of those three seminal bands—Neon Boys, Television, and the Heartbreakers—his place in punk rock history would be secure. But, of course, he was in all three, and it was with Television that he played the first-ever show by anyone ever at…

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