There’s a school of thought that says the story of rock music is one of a conversation between Britain and the US. Where ideas and movements emerge in one and a few short years later have been adopted, improved and advanced by those on the other side of the pond. Looking over the canon of rock it’s easy to see this pattern occurring again and again. The British Invasion was inspired by American Rock’n’Roll. The roots of punk were in the US, it then took full form in the UK before growing into Hardcore back in America. Even as rock music progressed and the lines of influence became increasingly blurred, the general pattern of Trans-Atlantic to-ing and fro-ing remained.