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  • Ramones (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) Ramones (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) Quick View

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    Ramones (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)

    Ranked 33/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.



    180 Gram Vinyl Is A Previously Unreleased Mono Mix, Newly Remastered By Original Album Producer Craig Leon


    Includes 12x12 Hardcover Book


    'Limited Edition' Of 19,760 Individually Numbered Copies (Nod To Year Of Release)


    Warners/Rhino will mark the recent 40th anniversary of the Ramones 1976 self-titled debut with a four-disc deluxe edition.


    The "Greatest Punk Album Of All Time" (to use the words of Rolling Stone) is brief - it only runs for 29 minutes - but its impact was enormous both in terms of the early punk scene on both sides of the Atlantic and in subsequent decades for countless other artists.


    This new deluxe edition features on disc one, the stereo mix and a previously unreleased mono mix of the album, newly remastered by original album producer Craig Leon, who recalls, "We had an idea to record at Abbey Road and do both a mono and stereo version of the album, which was unheard of at the time. I'm thrilled that now, 40 years later, we followed through on that original idea."


    The anniversary edition's second disc spotlights single mixes, outtakes, and demos. Of the 18 tracks selected, eight of them have never been released, including demos for I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend, 53rd and 3rd, and Loudmouth.


    The third and final CD captures the band performing two full sets live at The Roxy in West Hollywood on August 12, 1976, with the evening's second set making its debut here. The set is completed by the unheard mono mix pressed onto a vinyl LP.


    This set comes packaged in a 12 x 12 hardcover book which features production notes about the recording of the album by producer Craig Leon, an essay looking back on the Ramones' early days by journalist Mitchell Cohen, along with additional pictures taken by Roberta Bayley, who took the iconic album cover photo. With a nod to the year of release, this Ramones deluxe is a 'limited edition' of 19,760 individually numbered copies.

    40th Anniversary Mono Mix LP
    1. Blitzkrieg Bop*
    2. Beat On The Brat*
    3. Judy Is A Punk*
    4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend*
    5. Chain Saw*
    6. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue*
    7. I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement*
    8. Loudmouth*
    9. Havana Affair*
    10. Listen To My Heart*
    11. 53rd & 3rd*
    12. Let's Dance*
    13. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You*
    14. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World*


    CD 1
    Original Album Stereo Version:
    1. Blitzkrieg Bop
    2. Beat On The Brat
    3. Judy Is A Punk
    4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
    5. Chain Saw
    6. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
    7. I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement
    8. Loudmouth
    9. Havana Affair
    10. Listen To My Heart
    11. 53rd & 3rd
    12. Let's Dance
    13. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    14. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World


    Original Album 40th Anniversary Mono Mix:
    15. Blitzkrieg Bop*
    16. Beat On The Brat*
    17. Judy Is A Punk*
    18. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend*
    19. Chain Saw*
    20. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue*
    21. I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement*
    22. Loudmouth*
    23. Havana Affair*
    24. Listen To My Heart*
    25. 53rd & 3rd*
    26. Let's Dance*
    27. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You*
    28. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World*


    CD 2: Single Mixes, Outtakes, and Demos
    1. Blitzkrieg Bop (Original Stereo Single Version)
    2. Blitzkrieg Bop (Original Mono Single Version)
    3. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (Original Stereo Single Version)
    4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (Original Mono Single Version)
    5. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (Original Uncensored Vocals)*
    6. I Don't Care (Demo)
    7. 53rd & 3rd (Demo)*
    8. Loudmouth (Demo)*
    9. Chain Saw (Demo)*
    10. You Never Should Have Opened That Door (Demo)
    11. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (Demo)*
    12. I Can't Be (Demo)
    13. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (Demo)*
    14. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You (Demo)*
    15. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (Demo)
    16. I Don't Wanna Be Learned/I Don't Wanna Be Tamed (Demo)
    17. You're Gonna Kill That Girl (Demo)*
    18. What's Your Name (Demo)


    CD 3: Live at The Roxy (8/12/76)
    Set One
    1. Loudmouth
    2. Beat On The Brat
    3. Blitzkrieg Bop
    4. I Remember You
    5. Glad To See You Go
    6. Chain Saw
    7. 53rd & 3rd
    8. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
    9. Havana Affair
    10. Listen To My Heart
    11. California Sun
    12. Judy Is A Punk
    13. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    14. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
    15. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
    16. Let's Dance


    Set Two
    17. Loudmouth*
    18. Beat On The Brat*
    19. Blitzkrieg Bop*
    20. I Remember You*
    21. Glad To See You Go*
    22. Chain Saw*
    23. 53rd & 3rd*
    24. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend*
    25. Havana Affair*
    26. Listen To My Heart*
    27. California Sun*
    28. Judy Is A Punk*
    29. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You*
    30. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World*
    31. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue*
    32. Let's Dance*


    * Previously Unreleased

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    Rocket To Russia

    Ranked 105/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    LPs cut from the original analog masters.


    Ever since they rocketed out of Queens in 1974, the Ramones have inspired countless kids worldwide to pick up guitars and rock. Bringing a bubblegum sensibility to the fast-and-hard mentality, their primal sound is considered a blueprint for all things resembling snotty, catchy, ear-bleeding punk rock.


    Released in 1977 on Sire Records, Rocket to Russia is the third outing from the Ramones and their last with original drummer Tommy Ramone. Packing all the muscle of their debut, Rocket to Russia ups the ante in the hook department and features some of the band's best-know material including Sheena Is a Punk Rocker and Teenage Lobotomy.


    1. Cretin Hop
    2. Rockaway Beach
    3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
    4. Locket Love
    5. I Don't Care
    6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    7. We're A Happy Family
    1. Teenage Lobotomy
    2. Do You Wanna Dance?
    3. I Wanna Be Well
    4. I Can't Give You Anything
    5. Ramona
    6. Surfin' Bird
    7. Why Is It Always This Way?
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    Ramones

    Ranked 33/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    LPs cut from the original analog masters.


    Ever since they rocketed out of Queens in 1974, the Ramones have inspired countless kids worldwide to pick up guitars and rock. Bringing a bubblegum sensibility to the fast-and-hard mentality, their primal sound is considered a blueprint for all things resembling snotty, catchy, ear-bleeding punk rock.


    This is the album that started it all! Recorded in around a week for a little over $6,000, the Ramones self-titled 1976 debut is loud, fast, hook laden and unadorned, all characteristics that help make it arguably the best and most influential album to come out of New York's heralded '70s punk scene. With tracks like Blitzkrieg Bop, Beat on the Brat, Judy Is A Punk and I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend, for its first four songs, it's hard to argue otherwise.

    1. Blitzkrieg Bop
    2. Beat On The Brat
    3. Judy Is A Punk
    4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
    5. Chain Saw
    6. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
    7. I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement
    8. Loudmouth
    9. Havana Affair
    10. Listen To My Heart
    11. 53rd And 3rd
    12. Let's Dance
    13. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    14. Today Your Love Tomorrow The World
    Ramones
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    Road To Ruin

    Road to Ruin shows a more classic pop sound as well as a shift to a more serious personality to the music, a theme that would remain in later albums, most notably the band's fifth album End of the Century (1980). The influence of 1960s girl groups is evident, as well as the influence of The Byrds on tracks including Don't Come Close and the cover of Needles and Pins, originally by Jackie DeShannon and later a hit for The Searchers.
    1. I Just Want To Have Something To Do
    2. I Wanted Everything
    3. Don't Come Close
    4. I Don't Want You
    5. Needles And Pins
    6. I'm Against It
    7. I Wanna Be Sedated
    8. Go Mental 9. Questioningly
    10. She's The One
    11. Bad Brain
    12. It's A Long Way Back
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  • End Of The Century (Colored Vinyl) End Of The Century (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    End Of The Century (Colored Vinyl)

    Colored Vinyl


    The fifth studio album by the American punk rock band The Ramones. It was released on February 4, 1980 and was produced by Phil Spector. After Spector became interested in the band, he offered to produce their next record. Vocalist Joey Ramone was an avid fan of Spector's early work, including albums by many girl groups and Let It Be by The Beatles. As an attempt at a Top 40 record and mainstream acceptance, the songs are more produced and longer in duration, averaging around three minutes.

    1. Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio?
    2. Im Affected
    3. Danny Says
    4. Chinese Rock
    5. The Return Of Jackie And Judy
    6. Lets Go
    7. Baby, I Love You
    8. I Cant Make It On Time
    9. This Aint Havana
    10. Rock N Roll High School
    11. All The Way
    12. High Risk Insurance
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  • Live At German Television: Musikladen Recordings 1978 Live At German Television: Musikladen Recordings 1978 Quick View

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    Live At German Television: Musikladen Recordings 1978

    On September 13th, 1978, the RAMONES were guests in the tv-studios of Radio Bremen. It was the first tv-appearance of the band in Europe at all. For the at that time successful tv-series MUSIKLADEN they played 25 titles in about 50 minutes and left an ecstatic audience. Here is this unbelievable appearance - unabridged with all encores for the first time on vinyl & DVD. For the band it must have been quite a shock when they entered the stage at the tv-studio of Radio Bremen. Although the slightly ragged backdrop of MUSIKLADEN was okay to Joey, Dee Dee, Johnny and Marky Ramone, this was not valid to the main group of the audience. Joerg Sonntag, today director and editor, former assistant of Mike Leckebusch, remembers in an interview (bonus-title on the dvd) that the night before the concert he strolled around the bars and pubs of Bremen and gave away free tickets. The RAMONES performed songs mostly compounded out of their first two studio albums. Finally they succeeded to leave an overwhelmed audience. For the american punk legends this first tv-appearance not only meant hardest work but also the final breakthrough in Europe.
    Rockaway Beach
    Teenage Lobotomy
    Blitzkrieg Bop
    I Don't Want You
    Go Mental
    Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    You're Gonna Kill That Girl
    Don't Come Close
    I Don't Care
    She's The One
    Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    Havana Affair
    Commando
    Needles & Pins
    Surfin' Bird
    Cretin Hop
    Listen To My Heart
    California Sun
    I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    Pinhead
    Do You Wanna Dance
    Judy Is A Punk
    Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
    Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
    We Are A Happy Family
    Ramones
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  • It's Alive It's Alive Quick View

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    It's Alive

    One of the greatest live albums of all time, It's Alive captures the Ramones at their absolute peak. Recorded at London's Rainbow Theater on New Year's Eve 1977, the album contains songs (every one a classic) from the band's landmark first three albums: Ramones, Ramones Leave Home, and Rocket to Russia performed at breakneck speed in under an hour. In fact, the band only pauses long enough for bassist Dee Dee to count off the next tune -- one-two-three-four! -- and for singer Joey to complain about some bad chicken vindaloo. It has often been said that the Ramones helped save rock & roll by making it fun again -- It's Alive is the perfect case in point. Long live the Ramones!

    - Eduardo Rivadavia (All Music)
    LP1
    1. Rockaway Beach
    2. Teenage Lobotomy
    3. Blitzkrieg Bop
    4. I Wanna Be Well
    5. Glad To See You Go
    6. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    7. You're Gonna Kill That Girl
    8. I Don't Care
    9. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    10. Havana Affair
    11. Commando
    12. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
    13. Surfin' Bird
    14. Cretin Hop


    LP2
    1. Listen To My Heart
    2. California Sun
    3. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    4. Pinhead
    5. Do You Wanna Dance
    6. Chainsaw
    7. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
    8. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy
    9. Judy Is A Punk
    10. Suzy Is A Headbanger
    11. Let's Dance
    12. Oh Oh I Love Her So
    13. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue

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    Hard Attack

    The 70's were the golden era of rock music. Especially in 1972 albums such as Deep Purple's Machine Head, Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick, David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust, Uriah Heep's Demons and Wizards, Black Sabbath's Vol. 4, and of course the colossal live Made in Japan were released. In addition to their undeniable historical value, these albums were released by British artists that dominated the rock scene back then. On the other side of the Atlantic, 3 teens from the US were forming a short-lived band that released only two albums but had a strong impact on a small nucleus of fans that recognized something different in the sound of Dust. The sound of Hard Attack, the band's second and final release, that we now call proto-metal is influenced by the likes of Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Black Sabbath, the Who and even Cream. So, what we have here is an American band that sounds as if it consists of British musicians. The band members however were not strangers to the world of rock. Drummer Marc Bell became known as Marky Ramone, while singer and guitarist Richie Wise went on to produce the first two KISS albums along with Kenny Kerner who wrote the lyrics of Hard Attack. Nevertheless, bass player Kenny Aaronson is the one who shines mostly throughout the album with his amazing musicianship.


    As a result, the fact that the album sounds like a fusion of the aforementioned bands is not accidental. In addition, the listener can recognize elements of KISS from the very beginning with excellent riffs, heavy rock attitude but most notably huge chugging bass lines. But it's not just speed and heaviness that this band has to offer. The combination of acoustic and electric guitar showcases the band's ability to create more melodic passages along with their proto-metal sound. The song Suicide is the pinnacle of the whole album as one can listen to the band's Sabbathian sound accompanied by drum fills reminiscent of Ginger Baker. Bear in mind that in this release Marc Bell (aka Marky Ramone) is just 16 years old. Additionally, one can listen to melodic brakes in the middle of some songs that remind Uriah Heep and psychedelic influences from the likes of the Beatles. Moreover, the band sounds even more interesting when they add strings and organ to a mellow song with lyrics such as "Angry angels cried, Satan yearning cast a spell on us, Cherubim with wings that cannot fly, Dancing demons fill the sky". An additional sample of proto-metal can be heard in the speedy instrumental Ivory with its catchy riffs, cool bass licks, and Paice-like drumming. As you may have guessed, Dust is not your typical 70's hard rock band. Yes, they do incorporate elements from several bands but they add their own style in order to produce a rather exciting outcome, that we now call proto-metal.


    - manosg (Sputnik Music)

    1. Pull Away/So Many Times
    2. Walk In The Soft Rain
    3. Thusly Spoken
    4. Learning To Die
    5. All In All
    6. I Been Thinkin
    7. Ivory
    8. How Many Horses
    9. Suicide
    Dust
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  • American Beauty American Beauty Quick View

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    American Beauty

    American Beauty is the newest full-length from former RAMONES bassist CJ Ramone.
    1. Let's Go
    2. Yeah Yeah Yeah
    3. You'll Never Make Me Believe
    4. Before the Lights Go Out
    5. Girlfriend In a Graveyard
    6. Tommy's Gone
    7. Run Around
    8. Steady As She Goes
    9. Without You
    10. Be a Good Girl
    11. Moral to the Story
    12. Pony
    CJ Ramone
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    Bad Reputation

    Joan Jett's debut album is an infectious romp through her influences, ranging from classic '50s and '60s rock & roll through glam rock, three-chord
    loud'n'fast Ramones punk, and poppier new wave guitar rock. Half the songs on the original album (not counting bonus tracks on the remastered reissue)
    are covers, but whether it's Lesley Gore's feminist girl-group anthem You Don't Own Me (featuring the Sex Pistols' Steve Jones and Paul Cook) or a
    roaring version of Gary Glitter's Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah), Jett makes them all work. The production can be a little weak in spots, but Jett's
    exuberance and tough-girl attitude overcome most deficiencies. Plus, the title track is a classic. - Steve Huey
    1. Bad Reputation
    2. Make Believe
    3. You Don't Know What You've Got
    4. You Don't Own Me
    5. Too Bad On Your Birthday
    6. Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)
    7. Let Me Go
    8. Doing All Right With The Boys
    9. Shout
    10. Jezebel
    11. Don't Abuse Me
    12. Wooly Bully
    Joan Jett
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    Don't Push Me Around

    Formed in 1976, the Zeros (aka The Mexican Ramones), were one of the pioneers of the L.A. punk explosion in the late '70s. This is the repressing of their 1980 album Don't Push Me Around which includes their studio recordings and demos.

    1. Don't Push Me Around
    2. Wimp
    3. Main Street Brat
    4. Handgrenade Heart
    5. Beat Your Heart Out
    6. Wild Weekend
    7. Cosmetic Couple
    8. Rico Amour
    9. Beat Your Heart Out
    10. Getting Nowhere Fast
    11. She's Just A Girl On The Block
    12. They Say That (Everything's Alright)
    The Zeros
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  • Do You Believe In Magyk? Do You Believe In Magyk? Quick View

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    Do You Believe In Magyk?

    The last ever recordings made by Stiv Bator - issued briefly in France as The Last Race. Features Stiv covering songs by The Ramones, The Young Rascals, The Lollipopp Shoppe plus a song especially penned by Tony James alongside Lords of the New Church song " Two Hearts ". In depth liner notes by author Nina Antonia with interviews with those who were there!
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    The Cretin Hop

    Import


    Previously unreleased on vinyl, this live broadcast features rare performances of Blitzkrieg Bop, I Wanna Be Sedated, and many more Ramones classics!


    In addition to the main show, seven bonus tracks are included too, all taken from TV broadcasts across the groups career and include cuts from a 1982 TV special, The Tonight Show in 1992 and Letterman Shows in 1991 and 95 respectively.


    Features:




    • 2LP - 1,000 only limited edition on Yellow Vinyl


    LP1
    1. Rockaway Beach
    2. Teenage Lobotomy
    3. Blitzkrieg Bop
    4. I Dont Want You
    5. Go Mental
    6. Gimme Gimme Some Shock Treatment
    7. Rock N Roll High School
    8. I Wanna Be Sedated
    9. I Just Want To Have Something To Do
    10. Bad Brain
    11. Im Against It
    12. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    13. Havana Affair
    14. Commando
    15. Needles And Pins
    16. Im Affected


    LP2
    1. Surfin Bird
    2. Cretin Hop
    3. Listen To My Heart
    4. California Sun
    5. I Dont Wanna Walk Around With You
    6. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
    7. Pinhead
    8. Do You Wanna Dance?
    9. Suzy Is A Headbanger
    10. Lets Dance
    11. Chinese Rocks
    12. Teenage Lobotomy (TV broadcast, San Bernadino, California, 9th Mar 1982)
    13. Pet Semetary (Letterman Show 1991)
    14. Censorshit
    15. Take It As It Comes
    16. I Wanna Be Sedated (Tonight TV Show 1992)
    17. I Dont Wanna Grow Up (Letterman Show 1995)

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  • Rocket To Russia (Awaiting Repress) Rocket To Russia (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Rocket To Russia (Awaiting Repress)

    Ranked 105/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Ever since they rocketed out of Queens in 1974, the Ramones have inspired countless kids worldwide to pick up guitars and rock. Bringing a bubblegum sensibility to the fast-and-hard mentality, their primal sound is considered a blueprint for all things resembling snotty, catchy, ear-bleeding punk rock.


    Released in 1977 on Sire Records, Rocket to Russia is the third outing from the Ramones and their last with original drummer Tommy Ramone. Packing all the muscle of their debut, Rocket to Russia ups the ante in the hook department and features some of the band's best-know material including Sheena Is a Punk Rocker and Teenage Lobotomy.

    1. Cretin Hop
    2. Rockaway Beach
    3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
    4. Locket Love
    5. I Don't Care
    6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    7. We're A Happy Family
    1. Teenage Lobotomy
    2. Do You Wanna Dance?
    3. I Wanna Be Well
    4. I Can't Give You Anything
    5. Ramona
    6. Surfin' Bird
    7. Why Is It Always This Way?
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  • Leave Home Leave Home Quick View

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    Leave Home

    Ever since they rocketed out of Queens in 1974, the Ramones have inspired countless kids worldwide to pick up guitars and rock. Bringing a bubblegum sensibility to the fast-and-hard mentality, their primal sound is considered a blueprint for all things resembling snotty, catchy, ear-bleeding punk rock.


    The Ramones' follow-up to their astounding self-titled debut showcases a slightly poppier sound but with the same winning results. Originally released in 1977, Leave Home features the classic Ramone's cuts Pinhead, Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment and Commando.

    1. Glad to See You Go
    2. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    3. I Remember You
    4. Oh Oh I Love Her So
    5. Carbona Not Glue
    6. Suzy Is a Headbanger
    7. Pinhead
    8. Now I Wanna Be a Good Boy
    9. Swallow My Pride
    10. What's Your Game
    11. California Sun
    12. Commando
    13. You're Gonna Kill That Girl
    14. You Should Never Have Opened That Door
    Ramones
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  • Ramones: Live On Air (Pre-Order) Ramones: Live On Air (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Ramones: Live On Air (Pre-Order)

    Limited To 500


    Collection of live performances from American punk rock band the Ramones. The footage was recorded between 1978 and 1988 in America, France and Finland. Among the songs featured are 'Rock 'n' Roll High School', 'Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy' and 'Sheena Is a Punk Rocker'.

    1. You're Gonna Kill That Girl
    2. Sheena Is A Punkrocker
    3. Habana Affair
    4. Cretin Hop
    5. Listen To My Heart
    6. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    7. Pinhead
    8. Do You Wanna Dance
    9. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy
    10. Rock And Roll High School
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    Pinheads In Buenos Aires

    Pressed On 140 Gram Clear Vinyl


    Live At River Plate Stadium - Buenos Aires, Brazil - March 16th, 1996


    On 16th March 1996, the Ramones played a farewell concert to 45,000 fans in Buenos Aires in what had been initially planned as the final show of their storied 20-year career. The River Plate Stadium, home to one of South America's most famous football clubs, had filled to the brim, while none other than Iggy Pop played as the opening act before the Ramones took to the stage. The band returned to the States on the Lollapolooza bill, playing their last show in Los Angeles on 6th August 1996. Nonetheless, they had built such a fiercely dedicated fan base down south that they had become, as branded by a major Buenos Aires daily paper, The Argentine Punk Band, "La Banda Punk Argentina."

    LP 1
    1. Intro / Durango
    2. Teenage Lobotomy
    3. Psycho Therapy
    4. Blitzkreig Bop
    5. Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio?
    6. I Believe In Miracles
    7. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    8. Rock N Roll High School
    9. I Wanna Be Sedated
    10. Spiderman
    11. The KKK Took My Baby Away
    12. I Don't Want To Grow Up
    13. I Just Want To Have Something To Do
    14. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    15. Rockaway Beach
    16. Pet Sematary
    17. Strength To Endure


    LP 2
    1. Cretin Family
    2. Do You Wanna Dance?
    3. Somebody Put Something In My Drink
    4. Surfin' Bird
    5. Wart Hog
    6. Cretin Hop
    7. R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
    8. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
    9. Pinhead
    10. The Crusher
    11. Poison Heart
    12. We're A Happy Family
    13. My Back Pages
    14. 53rd & 3rd
    15. Beat On The Brat
    16. Chinese Rock
    17. Have You Ever Seen The Rain?

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    Dee Dee Ramone's first solo album under his 'hip hop' name Dee Dee King. Previously unavailable on LP since the first pressing in 1989.
    1. Mashed Potato Time
    2. 2 Much 2 Drink
    3. Baby Doll
    4. Poor Little Rich Girl
    5. Commotion In The Ocean
    6. German Kid
    7. Brooklyn Babe
    8. Emergency
    9. The Crusher
    10. I Want What I Want When I Want It
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    Ride

    For his fiftieth birthday, Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian wanted one present more than any other - the reunion of one of his favorite unsung heroes, Mother Superior - only he wanted to be a part of the lineup. They're a great, classic band that hit me in the same spot as all my favorite '70s bands, whether it's UFO, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick or KISS, Ian explains. I knew getting to play with them would be like joining KISS.


    Thanks to Scott's wife Pearl Aday, who has been working with Mother Superior front man Jim Wilson for years, all it took was a quick phone call and the stage was literally set for Scott's dream gig.


    The band, which quickly gained the interests of Joey Vera (Armored Saint/Fates Warning) and John Tempesta (White Zombie, The Cult) called itself Motor Sister after the Mother Superior song Little Motor Sister and got together the day before the party to rehearse in Ian's jam room. The energy in the room was amazing, Ian says. It felt awesome. It was just something we did for fun and to celebrate my birthday.


    The minute I started to play with Scott, Joey and John the chemistry was amazing, Wilson says. We sounded like a band that had been together forever. Enthralled at the idea of making a record of his favorite Mother Superior songs, Ian contacted producer Jay Ruston (Anthrax, Steel Panther, Stone Sour) and asked if he thought it was possible to recapture the same spontaneous energy generated at their makeshift gig. He said, 'Yeah, we can make the record in two days and we can make it sound really good.' So that's what we did, Ian says. A week and a half later, we made the record in LA over a two day period. We recorded the whole thing live in the studio.


    While everyone in Motor Sister is busy with their day jobs, they are all interested in playing live as much as possible. We are a great live band Ian says. We proved it to ourselves in my jam room. It was our ability to play live together that made this happen and I can see us getting onstage and playing this shit back-to-back, Ramones-style, and just blowing people's minds with the power of these songs. And the door is always open to write more material because Pearl and Jim are always working together and I'm always with them. So we'll see what happens in the future.

    LP 1
    1. A Hole
    2. This Song Reminds Me of You
    3. Beg Borrow Steal
    4. Fool Around
    5. Get That Girl
    6. Head Hanging Low


    LP 2
    1. Fork in the Road
    2. Little Motor Sister
    3. Pretty in the Morning
    4. Whore
    5. Doghouse
    6. Devil Wind

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    End Of The Century

    The fifth studio album by the American punk rock band The Ramones. It was released on February 4, 1980 and was produced by Phil Spector. After Spector became interested in the band, he offered to produce their next record. Vocalist Joey Ramone was an avid fan of Spector's early work, including albums by many girl groups and Let It Be by The Beatles. As an attempt at a Top 40 record and mainstream acceptance, the songs are more produced and longer in duration, averaging around three minutes.
    1. Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio?
    2. Im Affected
    3. Danny Says
    4. Chinese Rock
    5. The Return Of Jackie And Judy
    6. Lets Go
    7. Baby, I Love You
    8. I Cant Make It On Time
    9. This Aint Havana
    10. Rock N Roll High School
    11. All The Way
    12. High Risk Insurance
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    Don't Worry About Me (Awaiting Repress)


    Colored Vinyl Reissue Of The Out Of Print Debut Album From The Late, Legendary Joey Ramone


    In the wake of the sad passing of Joey Ramone, Don't Worry About Me is the first posthumous release to come from his estate. Consisting of pop-punk
    anthems along the lines of '60s garage rock and very early punk, Don't Worry About Me is a sad reminder of how good Ramone really was. With a brilliant
    ear for melody, a songwriting skill based in simplicity, and the most unpretentious lyrics this side of Chubby Checker, Ramone didn't care about making
    groundbreaking music when he had mastered the art of pop-punk to a degree most of his disciples will never understand. What a Wonderful World and
    1969 are excellent covers that do their source material justice, although Louis Armstrong probably never expected his torch song to be rocked out à la
    Sid Vicious' My Way. But the two best tracks are Searching for Something, his Beatlesque tribute to a girl, and Mr. Punchy, a gorgeous pop song that
    features a guest appearance from the Damned's Captain Sensible. The anti-cancer anthem I Got Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up) is a heartbreaking
    stance on his condition that is pure punk rock all the way (I want my life/I want my life/It really sucks/It really sucks) that only goes to show how even
    toward the end, he refused to give into sentimentality. Nothing new to see here, and that's a good thing, as Ramone's trademark whine never sounded so
    sincere as it did in his last studio recordings.


    - Bradley Torreano (All Music Guide)

    1. What A Wonderful World
    2. Stop Thinking About It
    3. Mr. Punchy
    4. Maria Bartiromo
    5. Spirit In My House
    6. Venting (It's a Different World Today)
    7. Like A Drug I Never Did Before
    8. Searching For Something
    9. I Got Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up)
    10. 1969
    11. Don't Worry About Me
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    Project 1950

    Patriotism may be the last refuge of scoundrels, but nostalgia traditionally puts bread on the table for succeeding generations of rock musicians long after the hits stop coming. If 25th anniversary celebrations--the excuse for this Misfits roots covers collection--seem the very antithesis of punk, they're but another golden marketing opportunity for Jerry Only, the sole original band member still standing and arguably the Energizer Bunny of ghoul-punk. Teamed here with Marky Ramone and ex-Black Flag guitarist Dez Cadena, Only turns his band's beloved PG-13 thrash-horror shtick loose on an oddball collection of his '50s and '60s musical inspirations. And just when you thought irony was passÉ, Only croon-howls it undead with fervent renditions of This Magic Moment by Jay & the Americans, Paul Anka's frothy Diana, and Conway Twitty's Only Make Believe.
    1. This Magic Moment
    2. Dream Lover
    3. Diana
    4. Donna
    5. Great Balls of Fire
    6. Latest Flame
    7. Monster Mash
    8. Only Make Believe
    9. Runaway
    10. You Belong to Me
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    Richard Hell was one of the first men on the scene when punk rock first began to emerge in New York City as an early member of both Television and the Heartbreakers (he left both groups before they could record), but his own version of punk wasn't much like anyone else's, and while Hell's debut album, Blank Generation, remains one of the most powerful to come from punk's first wave, anyone expecting a Ramones/Dead Boys-style frontal assault from this set had better readjust their expectations.


    Love Comes in Spurts and Liar's Beware proved the Voidoids could play fast and loud when they wanted to, but for the most part this group's formula was much more complicated than that; guitarists Robert Quine and Ivan Julian bounced sharp, edgy patterns off each other that were more about psychological tension than brute force (though Quine's solos suggest a fragile grace beneath the surface of their neo-Beefheart chaos), and while most punk nihilism was of the simplistic Everything Sucks variety, Hell was (with the exception of Patti Smith) the most literate and consciously poetic figure in the New York punk scene.


    While there's little on the album that's friendly or life-affirming, there's a crackling intelligence to songs like New Pleasure, Betrayal Takes Two, and Another World that confirmed Hell has a truly unique lyrical voice, at once supremely self-confident and dismissive of nearly everything around him (sometimes including himself). Brittle and troubling, but brimming with ideas and musical intelligence, Blank Generation was groundbreaking punk rock that followed no one's template, and today it sounds just as fresh -- and nearly as abrasive -- as it did when it first hit the racks.

    Love Comes In Spurts
    Liars Beware
    New Pleasure
    Betrayal Takes Two
    Down At the Rock and Roll Club
    Who Says?
    Blank Generation
    Walking On the Water
    The Plan
    Another World
    Richard Hell and the Voidoids
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    Leave Home (Colored Vinyl)

    Colored Vinyl


    Ever since they rocketed out of Queens in 1974, the Ramones have inspired countless kids worldwide to pick up guitars and rock. Bringing a bubblegum sensibility to the fast-and-hard mentality, their primal sound is considered a blueprint for all things resembling snotty, catchy, ear-bleeding punk rock.


    The Ramones' follow-up to their astounding self-titled debut showcases a slightly poppier sound but with the same winning results. Originally released in 1977, Leave Home features the classic Ramone's cuts Pinhead, Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment and Commando.

    1. Glad to See You Go
    2. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    3. I Remember You
    4. Oh Oh I Love Her So
    5. Carbona Not Glue
    6. Suzy Is a Headbanger
    7. Pinhead
    8. Now I Wanna Be a Good Boy
    9. Swallow My Pride
    10. What's Your Game
    11. California Sun
    12. Commando
    13. You're Gonna Kill That Girl
    14. You Should Never Have Opened That Door
    Ramones
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