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The Ramones – CBGB, New York City, NY 06-10-77

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The Ramones – CBGB, New York City, NY 06-10-77

Extensive boot of wonderful, timeless, live Punk-Pop music from the masters of that art!

Gabba, Gabba, Heyyyyyyyyyyy!!

Dee Dee Ramone
Dee Dee Ramone (aka Douglas Colvin) would have turned 56 next thursday (Sept 18th). All too sadly, he died of a heroin overdose on June 5, 2002. We miss you, man!

Let’s remember Dee Dee with some live clips of himself and compadres in action in CBGBs … don’t know the dates though.

Ramones @ CBGB

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Tracklisting

SET 1
01 I Don’t Wanna Go Down To The Basement
02 Beat On The Brat
03 Good Boy
04 Swallow My Pride
05 Glad To See You Go
06 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
07 I Don’t Care
08 Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
09 Sheena Is My Punk Rocker
10 You Should Never Have Opened That Door
11 I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
12 Suzy Is A Headbanger
13 Listen To My Heart
14 California Sun
15 Texas Chainsaw Massacre
16 I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You
17 Today Your Love Tomorrow The World

SET2
01 Loudmouth
02 Do You Wanna Dance
03 Blitzkrieg Bop
04 I Remember You
05 Glad To See You Go
06 Teenage Lobotomy
07 You’re Gonna Kill That Girl
08 Carbona Not Glue
09 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
10 Commando
11 Babysitter
12 Oh Oh I Love Her So
13 Let’s Dance
14 Judy Is A Punk
15 I Don’t Wanna Fuck Around With You
16 Pinhead
17 Suzy Is A Headbanger
18 Chainsaw
19 California Sun

Here she be;

SET2

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Would you buy a condom off the Ramones?

Rather strangely titled piece from the Guardian newspaper in UK blogs.guardian.co.uk

Everything you wanted to know about the Ramones but were afraid to ask!

Would you buy a condom off the Ramones?
by Nicholas Blincoe

February 25, 2008 9:30 AM

If any Ramone was going to get into the condom business, surely it had to be Johnny. But I wouldn’t turn to the band for help with my love life!

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The Ramones: wore their sexual dysfunction on their sleeve. Photograph: Getty

Marky Ramone, the longest-serving drummer with American punk group the Ramones, has got into the condom business. The prophylactics are sold in twin packs with a tube of lubricant, inside a tin box printed with the Ramones’ signature American eagle and surrounded by the words, “Marky Ramone Too Tuff to Break”. In the adverts, Marky – aka Marc Bell – poses in black leathers with an extended clenched fist, which makes me think of another kind of sexual practice entirely, and not one that I fancy trying.

If any Ramone was going to get into the condom business, surely it had to be Johnny. But after a lifetime spent listening to songs like I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You, the Ramones are the last band I would turn to for help with my love life.

The Ramones were a band who wore their sexual dysfunction on their sleeve. The two main lyricists, Joey Ramone (Jeffrey Hyman) and Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Colvin), were each, in their own way, scarred by romance. Dee Dee specialised in angry rejection, Joey in being rejected, making it easy to tell who was responsible for any given song. It was Dee Dee who wrote I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You and Loudmouth (lyric: “You’re a loudmouth, baby. You’d better shut it up”). Although awarding authorship is complicated because Joey occasionally wrote in the persona of Dee Dee; for instance, Beat on the Brat (“with a baseball bat”). These songs date from Dee Dee’s ill-starred relationship with Connie Ramone, a drug-addicted prostitute. As Dee Dee was also a drug-addicted prostitute, this must have seemed like a perfect romance but it soon soured. Connie was tall and powerful, and apparently gave as bad – or worse – as she received, as well as attacking any woman who dared to talk to Dee Dee. After a typically violent fight, Connie stormed out of their apartment and Dee Dee yelled the “brat” line out of the window, inspiring Joey to write the song. Dee Dee’s autobiography recounts that after their final break-up, Connie continued her life on the streets and then died. It seems clear that Dee Dee never got over their affair.

Dee Dee’s time as a prostitute is recounted in the song 53rd and 3rd. His readiness to use autobiographical material in his songs gave Joey the courage to write about his own life. Joey had severe Obssesive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The documentary film, End of the Century, recounts that it would take Joey hours to walk down a street, avoiding cracks and counting gate posts. Joey was a romantic who loved the girl groups of the early 60s – the Shangri-Las, Ronettes and others – and inevitably his love affairs were tragic. Or, rather, his sole love affair was tragic: his only girlfriend, Linda, dumped him for Johnny Ramone (aka John Cummings). Joey and Johnny never again spoke directly for the rest of their lives, though they continued to sit together on tour buses for more than 15 years. Joey wrote the song The KKK Took My Baby Away to remind the Republican-leaning Johnny of his crime.

The Ramones may have loved, and too well, but they seemed to be incapable of expressing it outside of two-minute songs. Would you buy a condom off these men?

August 22, 2008 Posted by | OTHER_ARTICLE, The Ramones, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

I wanna be sedated

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Nice shot by hot Ramones fan trippinggg

Come here baby. I got something that will sedate you good!

August 22, 2008 Posted by | The Ramones, _BABE | Leave a comment

The Ramones – "Blitzkrieg Bop"

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The seminal Ramones tracks that appeared on the their magnificent debut album Ramones back in 1976.

We’ve posted this great LP and loads of other great Ramones stuff here; Hey HO!

This track also appears on the LP, Loco Live (1991).

https://i1.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/0a/Ramones_album_cover.jpg/200px-Ramones_album_cover.jpg“Blitzkrieg Bop” was the band’s inaugural single, released in April 1976 in the United States. It was recorded for and appeared as the lead track on the band’s first album, Ramones, also released that month.

The song, whose composition was credited to the band as a whole, was written by bassist Dee Dee Ramone (lyrics) and drummer Tommy Ramone (music). Based on a simple three-chord pattern, “Blitzkrieg Bop” opens with the chant “Hey! Ho! Let’s go!”. The song is popular at sporting events, especially baseball games, where “Hey! Ho! Let’s go!” is sometimes shouted as a rallying cry.

“Blitzkrieg Bop” is number 92 on the Rolling Stone list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In March 2005, Q magazine placed it at number 31 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks.

“Blitzkrieg Bop” was named after the German World War II tactic blitzkrieg, which literally means “lightning war”.

The song was mainly written by drummer Tommy Ramone, while bassist Dee Dee Ramone came up with the title (the song was originally called “Animal Hop”). Dee Dee also changed one line: The original third verse had the line “shouting in the back now”, but Dee Dee changed it to “shoot ’em in the back now”.

The precise meaning and subject matter of the song are, unlike many of The Ramones’ other early compositions, somewhat vague and obscure. Some fans contend, based on lines such as “Shoot ’em in the back now”, that the song tells of gang violence, which would seem to be more in line with the bands’ other songs of that era. But it is more likely that the song is simply about having a good time at a concert, perhaps an ode to early punk fans. If the third-verse line had not been changed the song meaning would be the latter.

Hey ho, let’s go
Hey ho, let’s go
Hey ho, let’s go
Hey ho, let’s go

They’re forming in a straight line
They’re going through a tight one
The kids are losing their minds
The Blitzkrieg Bop

They’re piling in the back seat
They’re generating steam heat
Pulsating to the back beat
The Blitzkrieg Bop

Hey ho, let’s go
Shoot’em in the back now
What they want, I don’t know
They’re all revved up and ready to go

They’re forming in a straight line
They’re going through a tight one
The kids are losing their minds
The Blitzkrieg Bop

They’re piling in the back seat
They’re generating steam heat
Pulsating to the back beat
The Blitzkrieg Bop

Hey ho, let’s go
Shoot’em in the back now
What they want, I don’t know
They’re all reved up and ready to go

They’re forming in a straight line
They’re going through a tight one
The kids are losing their minds
The Blitzkrieg Bop

They’re piling in the back seat
They’re generating steam heat
Pulsating to the back beat
The Blitzkrieg Bop

Hey ho, let’s go
Hey ho, let’s go
Hey ho, let’s go
Hey ho, let’s go

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The Ramones – “Blitzkrieg Bop” (Live) Studio Hamburg

From: BlankTV

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Here be bop;

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August 22, 2008 Posted by | Music_Punk, The Ramones, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

RAMONES – Live at River Plate Stadium, Argentina (1996)

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RAMONES – RIVER PLATE STADIUM, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

16 March 1996

A typically wild live show, cock full of wonderful songs.

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Setlist:

01. Durango 95
02. Teenage Lobotomy
03. Psycho Therapy
04. Blitzkrieg Bop
05. Do You Remember Rock ‘N’ Roll Radio?
06. I Believe In Miracles
07. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
08. Rock ‘N’ Roll High School
09. 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
18. Cretin Family
19. Do You Wanna Dance?
20. Somebody Put Something In My Drink
21. Surfin’ Bird
22. Wart Hog
23. Cretin Hop
24. R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
25. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
26. Pinhead
27. The Crusher
28. Poison Heart
29. We’re A Happy Family
30. My Back Pages
31. 53rd & 3rd
32. Beat On The Brat
33. Chinese Rock
34. Have You Ever Seen The Rain

Here be real music:

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August 22, 2008 Posted by | Music_Punk, The Ramones, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Ramones – I wanna be Sedated

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“The greatest God-does-the-road-ever-suck song”
https://i0.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/97/Road_to_Ruin.jpg“I Wanna Be Sedated” is one of the boys’ best known singles, originally released in 1978 and appearing on their fourth album, Road to Ruin.

We’ve posted this great LP and loads of other great Ramones stuff here; Hey HO!

“I Wanna Be Sedated” was written by Joey Ramone in 1978.

In an interview about the song, Joey explains the chorus …

“It’s a road song. I wrote it in 1977, through the 78. Well, Danny Fields was our first manager and he would work us to death. We would be on the road 360 days a year, and we went over to England, and we were there at Christmas time, and in Christmas time London shuts down. There’s nothing to do, nowhere to go. Here we were in London for the first time in our lives, and me and Dee Dee Ramone were sharing a room in the hotel, and we were watching The Guns of Navarone. So there was nothing to do, I mean, here we are in London finally, and this is what we are doing, watching American movies in the hotel room”.

The video features a young Courtney Love. What ever happened to that bitch?!

Rolling Stone Magazine recognized it as “The greatest God-does-the-road-ever-suck song”. It is also number 144 on the Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

This song was voted #75 on VH1’s 100 Best Songs of the Past 25 Years.

Twenty-twenty-twenty-four hours to go
I wanna be sedated
Nothing to do, no where to go, oh
I wanna be sedated

Just get me to the airport, put me on a plane
Hurry hurry hurry, before I go insane
I can’t control my fingers, I can’t control my brain
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Just put me in a wheelchair, get me on a plane
Hurry hurry hurry, before I go insane
I can’t control my fingers, I can’t control my brain
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Just put me in a wheelchair, get me to the show
Hurry hurry hurry, before I go loco
I can’t control my fingers, I can’t control my toes
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Just put me in a wheelchair, get me to the show
Hurry hurry hurry, before I go loco
I can’t control my fingers, I can’t control my toes
Oh no oh oh oh oh

Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, I wanna be sedated
Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, I wanna be sedated
Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, I wanna be sedated
Ba-ba-baba, baba-ba-baba, I wanna be sedated

From: WEASELxLOVER

Here be sedation

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August 22, 2008 Posted by | Music_Punk, The Ramones, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

RAMONES – Discography 1976 – 1995 (15 albums)

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RAMONES – Discography 1976 – 1995 (15 albums)

Probably the greatest punk band of em all!

Supremely influential, their music sounds as fresh today as it did back in the punk heyday.

Their work is now more revered than ever. Rightly so!

It’s terribly sad that Joey, Johnny and Dee Dee ain’t around to accept their well-deserved accolades …. and financial rewards. They will be remembered forever though and remain alive in the hearts of all those who love real music, great music.

Yap … the Ramones, criminally, failed to achieve much commercial success during their years of recording and performing, and their only album to reach certified gold status in the U.S. was their compilation album Ramones Mania.

Appreciation of the band has grown since the 1980s, and they now regularly appear on “all-time greatest” lists, such as Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, Rolling Stone’s list of 25 Greatest Live Albums of All Time,VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock and Mojo’s 100 Greatest Albums.

In 2002, the Ramones were voted the second greatest rock and roll band ever in Spin Magazine, trailing only The Beatles. Sounds about right!

On March 18, 2002, the boys were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Catch loads of other great Ramones stuff here; Hey HO!

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1976 – RAMONES

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

http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..amones.rar


1977 – LEAVE HOME

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

http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..e_Home.rar

1977 – ROCKET TO RUSSIA

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
8. Teenage Lobotomy
9. Do You Wanna Dance?
10. I Wanna Be Well
11. I Can’t Give You Anything
12. Ramona
13. Surfin’ Bird
14. Why Is It Always This Way?
15. Needles & Pins (Early Version)
16. Slug (Demo)
17. It’s A Long Way Back To Germany (U.K. B-Side)
18. I Don’t Care (Single Version)
19. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (Single Version)

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1978 – ROAD TO RUIN

1. I Just Want Something To Do
2. I Wanted Everything
3. Don’t Come Close
4. I Don’t Want You
5. Needles & 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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1978 – ITS ALIVE
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
15. Listen To My Heart
16. California Sun
17. I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You
18. Pinhead
19. Do You Wanna Dance?
20. Chainsaw
21. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
22. I Wanna Be A Good Boy
23. Judy Is A Punk
24. Suzy Is A Headbanger
25. Let’s Dance Lee 2:03 26.Oh Oh I Love Her So
27. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
28. We’re A Happy Family

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1980 – END OF THE CENTURY

1. Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio?
2. I’m Affected
3. Danny Says
4. Chinese Rock
5. The Return Of Jackie And Judy
6. Let’s Go
7. Baby, I Love You
8. I Can’t Make It On Time
9. This Ain’t Havana
10. Rock N Roll High School
11. All The Way
12. High Risk Insurance

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1981 – PLESEANT DREAMS

1. We Want The Airwaves
2. All’s Quiet On The Eastern Front
3. The Kkk Took My Baby Away
4. Don’t Go
5. You Sound Like You’re Sick
6. It’s Not My Place (In The 9 To 5 World)
7. She’s A Sensation
8. 7-11
9. You Didn’t Mean Anything To Me
10. Come On Now
11. This Business Is Killing Me
12. Sitting In My Room

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1983 – SUBTERRANEAN JUNGLE

1. Little Bit O’ Soul
2. I Need Your Love
3. Outsider
4. What’d Ya Do?
5. Highest Trails Above
6. Somebody Like Me
7. Psycho Therapy
8. Time Has Come Today
9. My-My Kind Of A Girl
10. In The Park
11. Time Bomb
12. Everytime I Eat Vegetables It Makes Me Think Of You

http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..Jungle.rar

1984 – TOO TOUGH TO DIE

1. Mama’s Boy
2. I’m Not Afraid Of Life
3. Too Tough To Die
4. Durango 95
5. Wart Hog
6. Danger Zone
7. Chasing The Night
8. Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La)
9. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love)
10. Planet Earth 1988
11. Humankind
12. Endless Vacation
13. No Go

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1986 – ANIMAL BOY

1. Somebody Put Something In My Drink
2. Animal Boy
3. Love Kills
4. Apeman Hope
5. She Belongs To Me
6. Crummy Stuff
7. My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down (Bonzo Goes To Bitburg)
8. Mental Hell
9. Eat That Rat
10. Freak Of Nature
11. Hair Of The Dog
12. Something To Believe In

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1987 – HALFWAY TO SANITY

01 – I Wanna Live
02 – Bop ‘Til You Drop
03 – Garden Of Serenity
04 – Weasel Face
05 – Go Lil’ Camaro Go
06 – I Know Better Now
07 – Death Of Me
08 – I Lost My Mind
09 – A Real Cool Time
10 – I’m Not Jesus
11 – Bye Bye Baby
12 – Worm Man

http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..sanity.rar

1989 – BRAIN DRAIN

1. I Believe In Miracles
2. Zero Zero UFO
3. Don’t Bust My Chops
4. Punishment Fits The Crime
5. All Screwed Up
6. Palisades Park
7. Pet Sematary
8. Learn To Listen
9. Can’t Get You Outta My Mind
10. Ignorance Is Bliss
11. Come Back, Baby
12. Merry Christmas (i Don’t Want To Fight Tonight)

http://rapidshare.com/files/13….._Drain.rar

1992 – MONDO BIZZARRO

1. Censorshit
2. Job That Ate My Brain
3. Poison Heart
4. Anxiety
5. Strength to Endure
6. It’s Gonna Be Alright
7. Take It as It Comes
8. Main Man
9. Tomorrow She Goes Away
10. I Won’t Let It Happen
11. Cabbies on Crack
12. Heidi Is a Headcase
13. Touring

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1993 – ACID EATERS

1. Journey To The Center Of The Mind
2. Substitute
3. Out Of Time
4. Shape Of Things To Come
5. Somebody To Love
6. When I Was Young
7. 7 And 7 Is
8. My Back Pages
9. Can’t Seem To Make You Mine
10. Have You Ever Seen The Rain
11. I Can’t Control Myself
12. Surf City

http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..Eaters.rar

1995 – ADIOS AMIGOS!

1. I Don’t Want To Grow Up
2. Makin Monsters For My Friends
3. It’s Not For Me To Know
4. The Crusher
5. Life’s A Gas
6. Take The Pain Away
7. I Love You
8. Cretin Family
9. Have A Nice Day
10. Scattergun
11. Got A Lot To Say
12. She Talks To Rainbows
13. Born To Die In Berlin

http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..migos_.rar

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August 22, 2008 Posted by | Music_Punk, The Ramones, _MUSIC | 4 Comments