Students explore punk revival

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For teenagers in the 1970s living through gloomy economic times, punk music became a voice of dissent.

The Sex Pistols were selling out venues with anti-establishment songs - a raw reaction against the polished pop songs of the mainstream musical establishment.

But just last year Universal Records acquired the whole back catalogue of the Sex Pistols, a hint that punk is far from dead and is experiencing a revival.

For BBC School Report, Marlon, a student from Hove Park School in Hove who has his own punk band, has been exploring whether the punk revival amongst teenagers means history is repeating itself.

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