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The Voidoids
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The Voidoids

The Voidoids was a New York punk band of the late 1970s, fronted by Richard Hell, a former member of Television. The group is best known for Hell's nihilistic and decadent worldview, reflected in songs like, "Who Says It's Good To Be Alive". Their song "Blank Generation" served as an anthem for the new wave movement in New York.