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New York, 1970. A scrappy flier appears promising a "punk" show from a new duo called Suicide at the Project Of Living Artists space in Manhattan. It is one of the first uses in a musical context of that four-letter word that came to define the late 1970s. Who knows who went to that show. If anyone did, they probably hated it, setting the tone for the next six (or so) years of disdain (at best) and outright, violent hostility that Suicide would have to face before the eventual release of their debut album. Suicide would describe themselves as "punk" on fliers for the next few years... until 1974, when gigs would be heralded as "rocket rock" or "dream rock". Go to the From The Archives site to see all the fliers .


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