History GenreMotif / Punk

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* A fairly generic punk listening to an even more generic song was featured in a scene in ''StarTrek IV: The Voyage Home''. It was meant as sort of a contrast between the squeaky clean Enterprise members and the anarchist underbelly of San Francisco/the modern age.
** That particular punk was played by Kirk R. Thatcher, one of the film's associate producers, and he and screenwriter Nicholas Meyer wrote the song ''I Hate You'' with [[AffectionateParody tongue firmly in cheek]].

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* A fairly generic punk listening to an even more generic song was featured in a scene in ''StarTrek IV: The Voyage Home''. ''Film/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome''. It was meant as sort of a contrast between the squeaky clean Enterprise members and the anarchist underbelly of San Francisco/the modern age.
** That particular punk was played by Kirk R. Thatcher, one of the film's associate producers, and he and screenwriter Nicholas Meyer wrote the song ''I "I Hate You'' You" with [[AffectionateParody tongue firmly in cheek]].
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