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Youth Groups through the decades<br />
60s<br />The Mods<br />Subculture originating from London<br />A product of working class British Youth in the mid 60s<br ...
Music<br />Blues, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, moving on to<br />Jamaican Bluebeat and Ska to stay ahead of<br />the mainstream<b...
70s<br />Punks<br />Developed between 74 and 76 in the US, UK and Australia<br />‘Anti-establishment’ ethic about rebellin...
Music<br />In Britain the Sex Pistols were the first artist to receive wide acceptance<br />The Clash formed in late 1976 ...
80s<br />                                                            <br />  <br />Goths<br />Began in England during the ...
Music<br />Musical subgenre of post-Punk and alternative rock that formed during the late 1970s<br />Gothic bands included...
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Youth groups through the decades

  1. 1. Youth Groups through the decades<br />
  2. 2. 60s<br />The Mods<br />Subculture originating from London<br />A product of working class British Youth in the mid 60s<br />Boys dressed in suits, neat<br />narrow trousers and pointed shoes<br />and girls chose a boyish image with<br />darkened eyes and their hair short fitting into a unisex culture<br />Essentially from London<br />Each had to have a Lambretta (scooter)<br />
  3. 3. Music<br />Blues, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, moving on to<br />Jamaican Bluebeat and Ska to stay ahead of<br />the mainstream<br />Bands such as The Rolling Stones and the<br /> Who were popular<br />The Who’s performances often included<br />Pete Townshend (guitarist) smashing his<br />guitar into the speakers and Keith Moon (drummer) knocking over his drums<br />The Who's violence on stage personified the aggression inherent in the Mod subculture.<br />
  4. 4. 70s<br />Punks<br />Developed between 74 and 76 in the US, UK and Australia<br />‘Anti-establishment’ ethic about rebelling<br />The fashion of the time included Mohawks, body piercing with safety pins and conversion of unusual items into clothing which was very shocking to outsiders at the time<br />
  5. 5. Music<br />In Britain the Sex Pistols were the first artist to receive wide acceptance<br />The Clash formed in late 1976 inspired by The Sex Pistols<br />Punk rock groups influenced a new generation of college bands like the<br />Talking Heads and Devo<br />
  6. 6. 80s<br />                                                            <br />  <br />Goths<br />Began in England during the early<br /> 1980s in the Gothic rock scene<br />Styles of dress within the subculture range from deathrock, punk and Victorian style attire, or combinations of the above, most often with dark attire, makeup and hair.<br />
  7. 7. Music<br />Musical subgenre of post-Punk and alternative rock that formed during the late 1970s<br />Gothic bands included Bauhaus, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Cocteau Twins, The Cure, The Sisters of Mercy, Virgin Prunes, Christian Death, The Damned and UK Decay amoung many others<br />

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