The ’60s gave us sunshine and baroque pop. The ’80s gave us new wave. The ’90s gave us grunge and indie rock, and The Aughts gave us, well, um … Anyhow, as many heavy decades as there have been with some serious genre geneses, most critics agree there was but one era in the 20th century that saw modern history’s most inspired and radical changes in pop music: the ’70s. Weeks ago, the proprietors of Mercy Lounge and several members of the local rock community put on the first installment of The Greatest Decade, which featured covers of all of glam’s best jams. Tonight, they’ll be following up with three of the most influential records from what is arguably the most culturally influential and revolutionary music-based movement of all time: punk rock. Members of local rock outfits Hotpipes, The Privates, The Pink Spiders, The Non-Commissioned Officers, The Whole Fantastic World, Shoot the Mountain, Apollo Up! and more have formed three supergroups of sorts, each of which will tackle one of the following records: The Sex Pistols’ Never Mind the Bollocks, The Ramones’ The Ramones and The Clash’s The Clash — the U.S. version, not the original U.K. version. Go ahead and argue over whether or not selecting the U.S. version is kosher, record nerds.