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Norman Gunston - I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby) album download

Performer:

Norman Gunston

Title:

I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby)

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1689 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

Punk, Parody

Country:

Australia

Date of release:

1977

Norman Gunston - I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby) album download

Tracklist

I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby) 3:06
Love Me Tender 3:04

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K-6766 Norman Gunston I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby) ‎(7", Single) Mushroom K-6766 Australia 1977
K 6766 Norman Gunston I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby) ‎(7") Mushroom K 6766 New Zealand 1977
K-6766 Norman Gunston I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby) ‎(7", Promo) Mushroom K-6766 Australia 1977

I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You Baby). Written-By – Pepperell, Wilson. Nylon Degrees ‎(Cass, Album, Dol).

The popularity of his singing segments even led to McDonald - as Gunston - having something of a recording career with a couple of album releases and a handful of singles, too, scoring actual Top 40 charting hits with his version of Tom Jones’ Delilah, a punk rock parody song - I Might Be A Punk (But I Love You, Baby) - and a parody of the. KISS song, I Was Made For Loving You : Gunston’s version was called We Are All Marching in the KISS Army

Parody tributes included Punk rock (I might be a Punk but I love ya baby), Sherbet (Howzat), ABBA (Salute to ABBA), KISS (KISS Army), Boz Scaggs (Nylon Degrees), Billy Ray Cyrus (Achy Breaky Heart), and Peter Allen (I Go to Rio) (Allen was present when Gunston parodied him on ABC's pop show Countdown, and didn't seem amused, although he would have. been aware of the character having previously appeared on Gunston's ABC show as a guest

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The idea of punk love is both irresistible and ridiculous. This is because punk is almost by definition unromantic, at least in a traditional sense. The irresistibly ridiculous 1983 romantic comedy Valley Girl derives most of its humor from the incongruity between the tropes of the teen-romance genre and punk rock’s supposed disaffection with all things normal. The idea of the punk rock love song is doubly alluring and improbable. As a musical genre, punk music is about alienation and dysfunction, resistance, or some combination thereof. Not only are there a ton of punk love songs, but some of them are really good! In part, it’s because they are a bit unexpected. Even if you disregard all those punk love songs where the lyrics include threats of violence or general misogyny directed at an object of affection (we’re looking at you, Misfits), there’s no shortage of great ones.

But even if punk rock began as a kind of negation - a call to stark, brutal simplicity - its musical variety and transforming emotional power was immediate and remains staggering. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ramones’ toweringly influential self-titled debut, we’ve compiled a list of the 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All Time. The pioneering Slits fused reggae beats and punk guitars on joyously anarchic songs like "Shoplifting," with its awesome catchphrase, "We pay fuck-all!" The Slits followed Patti Smith in defining punk as feminist, implicitly and explicitly.

The song also became a major country hit by Bill Anderson in 1969. In 1981, a cover version of "But You Know I Love You" by singer Dolly Parton topped the country singles charts

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