List of Glam Punk Artists
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List of Glam Punk Artists

A list of musical acts who belong to the glam punk subgenre of glam rock and protopunk music.

Glitter punk roots: 1968-1979

Glam punk aftermath: 1980-present

1980s

1990s

2000-present

See also

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