Top 10 Rock Bands Most Teenagers Dont Know

X: A seminal band in the Los Angeles punk scene of the late 1970s, X combined punk energy with rockabilly.

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The Velvet Underground: Despite limited commercial success during their time, The Velvet Underground's experimental sound.

The Stooges: Led by the enigmatic Iggy Pop, The Stooges were pioneers of proto-punk and garage rock in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

The Replacements: Known for their raucous live shows and heartfelt songwriting.

The Modern Lovers: Fronted by the eccentric Jonathan Richman, The Modern Lovers were one of the earliest proponents of punk rock in the early 1970s.

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Television: A cornerstone of the New York punk scene in the 1970s, Television's intricate guitar work.

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Pixies: Hailing from Boston, Pixies combined elements of punk, indie rock.

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MC5: With their politically charged lyrics and ferocious live performances, MC5 were at the forefront of the Detroit rock scene in the late 1960s.

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Can: A pioneering force in the German krautrock movement of the 1970s, Can's experimental approach to music helped redefine the boundaries of rock.

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Big Star: Often referred to as the quintessential "cult band," Big Star's melodic pop-rock sound.

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