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    I didn't call Overkill D-Beat, I said, "D beat evolved out of stuff in the stylistic, energetic vein of Motorhead.".

    I actually always see punks arguing about this shit. And it's stupid as fuck. That is like, the most unpunk thing you can do.

    "I'm sorry, but the rules say only this can be D-Beat, it belongs to a specific artist. There can be no variations or deviance."

    Because following rules and conventions down to the letter and believing in monopolistic propriety of an idea are so fucking punk.

    Punk is a mindset dude. That is why Motorhead will always be more punk than people who argue about the rules of punk.

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    EDIT: being stupid and idiot as usual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    And if you really want a 100% answer about what d-beat ACTUALLY IS you could just ask professor (I heard?) Jan Jutila who is an actual fucking expert in this field, who if I'm not mistaken, made an actual masters degree in d-beat
    When you are so "punk" you've totally lost sight of what it means to be "punk".

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    This is why most of the real punks don't play anything close to what people call "punk rock" music. And people say "punk died in 1978, only 'punk rock' exists now".

    D-Beat is whatever I want it to be. I can call Destiny's Child D-Beat.

    I really give zero shits about if what I am calling D-Beat is D-beat, which is more punk than demanding everyone conform to a rule.

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    Seriously, if you say, "That's not real D-Beat, I'm an authority on D-Beat." you need to go back to square one, because if you think Punk is about conforming to other people's authority, you have bigger comprehension issues about the punk mindset than a stupid drumbeat.

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    D-beat is only good when served with lashings of hm2...

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    I had to stop that 20 seconds in. Good lord...
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    Check out Poppy. She released an EP that was "pop" and now she's releasing really experimental metal.

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