UK Punk Bands

999:

Acme Sewage Co. ‎

The Adverts:

Alternative TV:

The Ants

The Artattacks

Arthur Comics

Automatics

Battersea

Bears

Bee Cee Cee

Big In Japan

The Bleach Boys

Blitz

Blitzkrieg Bop

Blunt Instrument

The Boomtown Rats:

The Boys

The Buzzcocks:

Cane

Celia & The Mutations

Chelsea

The Clash:

Cock Sparrer

The Cortinas:

The Crowbars:>

Cyanide:

The Damned:

The Depressions:

The Desperate Bicycles

The Doctors: The Doctors of Madness nameplate abbreviated for their 1977 blazer “Bulletin,” included on their 1978 swan song Sons of Survival along with the brisk cuts “’50s Kids” and “Back from the Dead,” the latter co-written with The Adverts’ TV Smith. DoM’s 1976 debut Late Night Movies, All Night Brainstorms is punk-prescient on select tracks (“Waiting,” “B-Movies Bedtime”).

The Doll

The Drive

The Drones:

The Dyaks

Easy Cure:

Eater

Eddie and the Hot Rods:

The Exile

The Flys

The Frantic Elevators

The Front

Generation X:

Gobblinz

Headache

The Homosexuals

Ian Dury and the Blockheads

The Jam:

The Jerks

John Cooper Clarke


Johnny and the Self Abusers: Glasgow sextet, issued Sept. ’77 Chiswick single “Saints and Sinners” (b/w “Dead Vandals”). Splintered on the same day into Simple Minds (Jim “Pripton Weird” Kerr, Charlie “Argue” Burchill, Brian McGee) and the Cuban Heels (John “Johnnie Plague” Milarky, Allan “Sid Syphilis” McNeill). Additional songs (“Cocteau Twins,” “Subway Sex,” “18,” “Wasteland”) exist on an unofficial Retro Records comp.

Johnny Moped

The Jolt

The Killjoys

Leyton Buzzards

Lockjaw

London

The Lurkers

Magazine:

Maniacs

Martin and The Brownshirts

The Members:

Menace

The Mirrors

The Models

Morning Spunk

The Mutants

Neon

The Neon Hearts

New Hearts

Nipple Erectors 

No Way

The Nosebleeds

The Now

The Only Ones:

The Outcasts

The Outsiders:

The Panik

Penetration:

The Pigs

The Police:

The Pork Dukes

Predator

PVC2

Radiators from Space

Raped

The Reaction

The Rezillos

Riff Raff

Rikki and the Last Days of Earth:

The Rings: “I Wanna Be Free” (b/w “Automobile”) on Chiswick, 1977, produced by Martin Gordon (Sparks, Jet). Fronted by ex-Tomorrow/Pink Fairies drummer Twink. Guitarist Alan Lee Shaw and drummer Rod Latter recorded with Maniac later the same year. The single, plus four additional tracks, were issued on an eponymous 10″ in 2010 by NDN Records.

Le Ritz

Satan’s Rats

The Secret

The Sex Pistols:

Sham 69

The Sick Things

Siouxsie and the Banshees:

The Skunks

Slaughter and the Dogs

The Skids:

Skrewdriver

The Slits:

Some Chicken

The Spitfire Boys

Squeeze:

Stiff Little Fingers

Stormtrooper

The Stranglers:

The Suburban Studs

Subway Sect

The Table

Trash

UK Subs

Ultravox:

The Unwanted

The Users

The Valves

The Vibrators:

Warsaw Pakt

The Wasps

Wire:

X-Ray Spex:

The Zeros