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Description: Television is an American rock band, formed in New York City in 1973. Although Television have never had more than a cult audience in the USA, they have achieved significant commercial success in Europe. Today, they are widely regarded as one of the founders of "punk" and New Wave. Television was part of the early 1970s New York underground rock scene, along with bands like the Patti Smith Group, The Ramones, Blondie, Richard Hell and The Voidoids, Talking Heads. In contrast to the Ramones' rock 'n' roll minimalism, Television's music was more complex and more technically proficient, defined by guitarists Tom Verlai ... (more)
Tags: Proto-punk (3), 1970s (2), American (2), Post-Punk (2), New York (2), Garage Rock (2), Punk (1), New Wave (1), Art Rock (1), United States (1), New York Punk (1), Art Punk (1), Jazz Punk (1), Usa (1)
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1. Marquee Moon (1990)
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8.5
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2. Adventure (2003)
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3. Marquee Moon (2003)
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4. Blow Up (1999)
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5. Television (1999)
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TV

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