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Randy Pandora: "freegan"

Webisode: Randy Pandora (the Generators, Exxotone) on the value of recycling, finding free things, and dumpster-diving.
(Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

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Randy Pandora talks about the early scene

Randy Pandora, former singer of the Generators and Exxotone, talks about the early days of the Vancouver punk scene. (Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

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Randy Pandora, on songwriting

Randy Pandora, former singer of the Generators and Exxotone, discusses the art of songwriting.
(Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

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Randy Pandora: carrying on

Randy Pandora, former singer of the Generators and Exxotone, talks about carrying on and overcoming obstacles. (Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

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Randy Pandora: art supplies

Randy Pandora, former singer of the Generators and Exxotone, talks about scavenged art supplies and the raw materials he gathers for his artworks. (Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

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Art Punk Bands

From its beginnings at Pumps Gallery, punk in Vancouver has been closely tied to the art school/gallery scene...

From its beginnings at Pumps Gallery, punk in Vancouver has been closely tied to the art school/gallery scene. Here are some of the bands most closely identified with the “art punk” scene.

The Generators grew out of an earlier combo, The Rest, who played at the Japanese Hall in 1977. Led by Randy Pandora and Gary Bourgeois (aka Gary Middleclass), the Generators played a handful of shows in the first half of 1978 and recorded a proposed single, but it was never released (until I Wanna Be A Girl surfaced on Zulu Records’ Last Call compilation in 1991).

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