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The 50 Best Post-Punk Albums Ever: Part 3, Echo & the Bunnymen to Lizzy Mercier Descloux

This week we are celebrating the best post-punk albums of all-time and today we have part three with Echo & the Bunnymen, Cabaret Voltaire, Pere Ubu and more.

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Killing Joke: MMXII

Killing Joke's 15th full-length effort, MMXII is everything you'd think it would be.

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Killing Joke: Absolute Dissent

If you think you've won, you've been brainwashed. If you conquer one evil, there are millions of other evils to fight.

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Fun & Games: Killing Joke in the mid-'80s

Though lumped in with post-punk acts, Killing Joke were considerably less edgy than their peers, their blunt, pulverizing music echoing the rage and cynicism expressed in the songs making them somewhat of an anomaly.

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Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape

For anyone who experienced the heyday of Nirvana, it's still surreal that the lanky, string-haired drummer is the guy who'd be on magazine covers and writing #1 rock radio hits 15 years later.

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Killing Joke: Hosannas From the Basements of Hell

The post punk innovators return with their finest album in well over a decade.

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Killing Joke: XXV Gathering: The Band That Preys Together... Stays Together [DVD]

This is music to dance to, music to move. This is music to march to, to dance... the war dance!"

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Killing Joke: Pandemonium / Democracy

A decade later, two overlooked Killing Joke albums get the reissue treatment.

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Killing Joke: For Beginners

Emerging from the same post punk era that yielded such crucial bands as Wire, Bauhaus, and The Cure, Killing Joke' music was vicious, feral almost.

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