Top 10 Greatest Punk Legends

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Patti Smith: Patti Smith's poetic lyrics, blend of punk and poetry, and groundbreaking album "Horses" made her a trailblazing figure.

Johnny Rotten (Sex Pistols, Public Image Ltd: As the iconic frontman of the Sex Pistols, Johnny Rotten's rebellious spirit.

Siouxsie Sioux (Siouxsie and the Banshees: Siouxsie Sioux's haunting vocals and innovative style bridged punk, post-punk, and goth.

Poly Styrene (X-Ray Spex: Poly Styrene's unique vocal style and unapologetic embrace of individuality inspired generations.

Joe Strummer (The Clash: Joe Strummer's social and political lyrics, combined with The Clash's genre-blurring music.

Dee Dee Ramone (Ramones: Dee Dee Ramone's songwriting for the Ramones epitomized punk's minimalist and catchy sound.

Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat, Fugazi: Ian MacKaye's influence with Minor Threat's straight edge ethos and Fugazi's DIY ethics showcased punk's power to foster positive change.

Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys: Jello Biafra's provocative lyrics with Dead Kennedys tackled political and social themes head-on.

Iggy Pop (The Stooges: Iggy Pop's wild stage presence and raw vocals with The Stooges laid the groundwork for punk's energy.

Henry Rollins (Black Flag: Henry Rollins' intense performances as Black Flag's frontman and his later activism demonstrated the fusion of punk with personal conviction.

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