Label: Born Bad Records - BB055 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
French punk is punk rock from France. Punk rock developed in France in the mids, strongly influenced by the scenes in the United States and United Kingdombut also influencing the latter. By the early s, Les punksa Parisian subculture of Lou Reed fans, had already become well established. An important influence on the style and content of the movement in the UK was the French Elle MAttend Tous Les Soirs - Various - Paink (French Punk Anthems 1977-1982) movement, led by Guy Debord.
Asphalt Jungle's "Deconnection" feat. Best Magazine critic Patrick Eudeline on vocalsGasoline's "Killer Man", and Factory's "Flesh" also came out before the end ofand other French punk acts such as Oberkampf and Starshooter soon formed. In London, French all-girl group The Lou's were part of the scene, as well as Private Vices, who featured three French members out of four, including Bruno Blumwho at the time wrote for influential French rock magazine Best.
These bands are two of the most famous punk rock groups in France. Les Wampas appeared during the s but had more success in the s. Their style is a mix between punk rock and grunge. The band Mano Negra also had lots of success all over the world. During the s there became more and Lost - The IRS* - Speaks In Volumes hardcore punk groups, like Guerilla Poubelle or Tagada Jones.