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Ramones

The Ramones were the first punk rock band. Other bands, such as the Stooges and the New York Dolls, came before them and set the stage and aesthetic for punk, and bands that immediately followed, such as the Sex Pistols, made the latent violence of the music more explicit, but the Ramones crystallized the musical ideals of the genre. By cutting rock & roll down to its bare essentials -- four chords; a simple, catchy melody; and irresistibly inane lyrics -- and speeding up the tempo considerably, the Ramones created something that was rooted in early '60s, pre-Beatles rock & roll and pop but sounded revolutionary. Since their breakthrough was theoretical as well as musical, they comfortably became the leaders of the emerging New York punk rock scene. While their peers such as Patti Smith, Television, Talking Heads, and Richard Hell all were more intellectual and self-consciously artistic than the Ramones, they nevertheless appealed to the same mentality because of the way they turned rock conventions inside out and celebrated kitschy pop culture with stylized stupidity. The band's first four albums set the blueprint for punk, especially American punk and hardcore, for the next two decades. And the Ramones themselves were major figures for the next two decades, playing essentially the same music without changing their style much at all. Although some punk diehards -- including several of their peers -- would have claimed the band's long career wound up undercutting the ideals the band originally stood for, the Ramones always celebrated not just the punk aesthetic, but the music itself.

Based in the Forest Hills section of Queens, New York, the Ramones formed in 1974. Originally, the band was a trio consisting of Joey Ramone (vocals, drums; born Jeffrey Hyman, May 19, 1951), Johnny Ramone (guitar; born John Cummings, October 8, 1951), and Dee Dee Ramone (bass; born Douglas Colvin, September 18, 1951), with Tommy Ramone (born Tom Erdelyi, January 29, 1952) acting as the group's manager. All of the group's members adopted the last name "Ramone" and dressed in torn blue jeans and leather jackets, in homage to '50s greaser rockers. The group played their first concert on March 30, 1974, at New York's Performance Studio. Two months after the show, Joey switched to vocals and Tommy became the band's drummer. By the end of the summer, the Ramones earned a residency at CBGB. For the next year, they played regularly at the nightclub, earning a dedicated cult following and inspiring several other artists to form bands with similar ideals. All of the Ramones sets clocked in at about 20 minutes, featuring an unrelenting barrage of short, barely two-minute songs. By the end of 1975, the Ramones secured a recording contract with Sire; discounting Patti Smith, they were the first New York punk band to sign a contract.

Early in 1976, the Ramones recorded their debut album for just over 6,000 dollars. The resulting album, Ramones, was released in the spring, gained some critical attention, and managed to climb to 111 on the U.S. album charts. On July 4, the band made their debut appearance in Britain, where their records were becoming a big influence on a new generation of bands. Throughout 1976, the Ramones toured constantly, inaugurating nearly 20 years of relentless touring. By the end of the year, the group released their second album, Ramones Leave Home. While the album just scraped the U.S. charts, Leave Home became a genuine hit in England in the spring of 1977, peaking at number 48. By the summer of 1977, the Sex Pistols and the Ramones were seen as the two key bands in the punk rock revolution, but where the Pistols imploded, the Ramones kept on rolling. Following the U.K. Top 40 hit "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker," the Ramones released their third album, Rocket to Russia, in the fall of 1977.

Tommy Ramone left the band in the spring of 1977, although he produced the group's subsequent album. He was replaced by former Voidoid Marc Bee, who immediately changed his name to Marky Ramone. With their new drummer in place, the Ramones recorded their fourth album, Road to Ruin, which was released in the fall. Road to Ruin marked the band's first significant attempt to change their sound; not only were there stronger bubblegum, girl group, surf, and '60s pop influences on the music, it was the first of their albums to run over a half hour. Although their sound was more accessible, it didn't gain the band a noticeably larger following. Neither did Rock N' Roll High School, the 1979 Roger Corman film in which the Ramones had a pivotal part. The soundtrack to Rock N' Roll High School and the U.K.-only live album It's Alive were the band's only releases of 1979. For most of the year, they were in the studio recording their fifth album with legendary '60s pop producer Phil Spector. The title song to the Corman movie was the first track released from the sessions, although the soundtrack album did feature a number of older Ramones songs remixed by Spector. End of the Century, the Spector-produced Ramones album, finally appeared in January of 1980 to mixed reviews. Despite the lukewarm reception to the album, the record's cover of the Ronettes' "Baby I Love You" became their only Top Ten British hit; in America, none of the singles made an impact, although the record became their biggest hit, peaking at number 44.

The Ramones continued their attempts at crossover success with their sixth album, Pleasant Dreams, which was released in 1981. Featuring a production by former Hollies and 10cc member Graham Gouldman, the record was a commercial disappointment in both America and England. The band was relatively quiet during 1982, spending most of their time touring. In the spring of 1983, the band returned with Subterranean Jungle, which was produced by Ritchie Cordell and Glen Koltkin, the heads of the American indie label Beserkley Records. Not only did Subterranean Jungle fail to gain the band the larger audience they desired, it continued the erosion of the band's die-hard fan base, as well as their decline in the eyes of many rock critics. Following the album's release, Marky Ramone left the band; he was replaced by Richard Beau, a former member of the Velveteens, who changed his name to Richie Ramone.

With 1984's Too Tough to Die, the Ramones delivered a belated response to America's burgeoning hardcore punk scene that was largely produced by Tommy Erdelyi. The album helped restore their artistic reputation, as did the 1985 single, "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg," an attack on President Ronald Reagan's 1985 visit to Germany. Instead of continuing with the sound of Too Tough to Die, the Ramones began pursuing a more streamlined, stylized, and conventional take on their songwriting formula with 1986's Animal Boy. This was a direction the group followed for the remaining ten years of their career. Following the release of 1987's Halfway to Sanity, Richie Ramone left the band and Marky Ramone re-joined the group. In 1988, the career retrospective Ramones Mania appeared. In 1989, the Ramones contributed the theme song to the Stephen King movie Pet Semetary, and the track was included on Brain Drain, which was released in the summer of that year. After its release, the group's bassist, Dee Dee Ramone, left the band to pursue a career as a rapper called Dee Dee King; after his debut rap recording failed miserably, he formed the band Chinese Dragons. Dee Dee was replaced by C.J. Ramone (born Christopher John Ward).

In the early '90s, the Ramones sobered up, with both Joey and Marky undergoing treatment for alcoholism. The band returned to recording in 1992, first releasing the live Loco Live and then Mondo Bizarro, their first studio album in three years. Mondo Bizarro turned out to be a commercial failure, as did their 1994 covers album, Acid Eaters.

Following the release of Acid Eaters, the mainstream guitar rock audience in America finally embraced punk rock, in the form of young bands like Green Day and the Offspring. Sensing that the climate may have been right for the crossover success they had desired for so many years, the Ramones immediately followed Acid Eaters with Adios Amigos, claiming that unless the new album sold in substantial numbers, the band would call it quits after a final farewell tour. Adios Amigos only spent two weeks in the charts. Nevertheless, the Ramones embarked on a long farewell tour that ran throughout the rest of 1995. The band was set to split in the beginning of 1996 when they were offered a slot on the sixth Lollapalooza, and they toured with the festival that summer. Following the completion of the tour, the Ramones parted ways, 20 years after the release of their first album. Just a few years later, Joey Ramone passed away on April 15, 2001, at age 49, the victim of lymphoma. Little more than a year after Joey's death, Dee Dee Ramone was found dead in his home in Los Angeles on June 5, 2002. Johnny Ramone passed away two years later on September 15, 2004 after a long battle with cancer. Ten years later, on July 11, 2014, Tommy Ramone -- the last remaining member of the original Ramones foursome -- died of cancer at his home in Queens, New York. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Sire Years 1976-1981

Disc 1

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

Disc 2

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 Have Never Opened That Door

Disc 3

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

Disc 4

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

Disc 5

1. Do You Remember Rock And 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

Disc 6

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 Your 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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Track List: Weird Tales Of The Ramones

Disc 1

1. Blitzkrieg Bop

2. Beat On The Brat

3. Judy Is A Punk

4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend

5. Loudmouth

6. 53rd & 3rd

7. Havana Affair

9. Glad To See You Go

10. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment

11. I Remember You

12. Carbona Not Glue

13. Swallow My Pride

14. Oh Oh I Love Her So

15. Commando

16. Pinhead

19. Rockaway Beach

20. Cretin Hop

21. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

22. Teenage Lobotomy

24. Surfin' Bird

25. We're A Happy Family

26. I Just Want To Have Something To Do

27. I Wanted Everything

29. I Wanna Be Sedated

30. Go Mental

31. Don't Come Close

32. I Don't Want You

33. She's The One

34. I'm Against It

Disc 2

3. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio

4. I'm Affected

5. Danny Says

6. The KKK Took My Baby Away

7. You Sound Like You're Sick

8. She's A Sensation

9. All's Quiet On The Eastern Front

10. Outsider

11. Highest Trails Above

12. Psycho Therapy

13. Time Bomb

14. Mama's Boy

15. I'm Not Afraid Of Life

16. Too Tough To Die

17. Wart Hog

18. Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La)

19. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love)

20. Endless Vacation

22. Somebody Put Something In My Drink

23. Animal Boy

25. Love Kills

Disc 3

1. I Wanna Live

2. Bop 'Til You Drop

3. I Lost My Mind

4. Garden Of Serenity

5. I Believe In Miracles

6. Pet Sematary

7. Punishment Fits The Crime

8. Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight) (Single Version)

9. Main Man

10. Strength To Endure

11. Poison Heart

12. I Won't Let It Happen

13. Censorshit

14. Journey To The Center Of The Mind

15. 7 And 7 Is

16. When I Was Young

18. Scattergun

19. Makin' Monsters For My Friends

20. The Crusher

21. Spiderman

22. Life's A Gas

23. She Talks To Rainbows

24. Any Way You Want It

25. R.A.M.O.N.E.S.

Disc 4
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Track List: NYC 1978

1. Rockaway Beach

2. Teenage Lobotomy (Live)

4. I Wanna Be Well (Live)

5. Glad To See You Go (Live)

6. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment (Live)

7. You're Gonna Kill That Girl (Live)

8. I Don't Care (Live)

9. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (Live)

10. Havana Affair

11. Commando (Live)

12. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Live)

13. Surfin' Bird (Live)

14. Cretin Hop

15. Listen To My Heart (Live)

16. California Sun (Live)

18. Pinhead (Live)

20. Chainsaw (Live)

21. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (Live)

22. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy (Live)

23. Suzy Is A Headbanger (Live)

24. Let's Dance (Live)

25. Oh! Oh! I Love Her So (Live)

26. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (Live)

27. We're A Happy Family (Live)

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Track List: All The Stuff (And More) - Vol. II

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. Slug

17. I Just Want To Have Something To Do

18. I Wanted Everything

19. Don't Come Close

20. I Don't Want You

21. Needles And Pins

22. I'm Against It

23. I Wanna Be Sedated

24. Go Mental

25. Questioningly

26. She's The One

27. Bad Brain

28. It's A Long Way Back

30. Yea, Yea

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Track List: Mania

1. I Wanna Be Sedated

2. Teenage Lobotomy

3. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?

4. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment

5. Beat On The Brat

6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker

7. I Wanna Live

8. Pinhead

9. Blitzkrieg Bop

10. Cretin Hop

11. Rockaway Beach

12. Commando

13. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend

14. Mama's Boy

15. Bop 'Til You Drop

16. We're A Happy Family

17. Bonzo Goes To Bitburg

18. Outsider

19. Psycho Therapy

20. Wart Hog

21. Animal Boy

22. Needles & Pins

23. Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La)

24. Somebody Put Something In My Drink

25. We Want The Airwaves

26. Chinese Rock

27. I Just Wanna Have Something To Do

28. The KKK Took My Baby Away

29. Indian Giver

30. Rock 'N' Roll High School

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Track List: Halfway To Sanity

1. I Wanna Live

2. Bop 'Til You Drop

3. Garden Of Serenity

4. Weasel Face

5. Go Lil' Camaro Go

6. I Know Better Now

7. Death Of Me

8. I Lost My Mind

9. A Real Cool Time

10. I'm Not Jesus

11. Bye Bye Baby

12. Worm Man

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Track List: Animal Boy

1. Somebody Put Something In My Drink

2. Animal Boy

3. Love Kills

4. Apeman Hop

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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Track List: 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

12. Endless Vacation

13. No Go

14. Street Fighting Man

15. Smash You

16. Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La) (Demo)

18. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love) (Demo)

19. Endless Vacation (Demo)

20. Danger Zone (Dee Dee Vocal Version)

21. Out Of Here

22. Mama's Boy (Demo)

24. Too Tough To Die (Dee Dee Vocal Version)

25. No Go (Demo)

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Track List: Pleasant 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

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

13. Touring (1981 Version)

14. I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind

15. Chop Suey (Alternate Version)

16. Sleeping Troubles (Demo)

17. Kicks To Try (Demo)

18. I'm Not An Answer (Demo)

19. Stares In This Town (Demo)

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Track List: 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

13. I Want You Around (Soundtrack Version)

14. Danny Says (Demo)

15. I'm Affected (Demo)

16. Please Don't Leave (Demo)

17. All The Way (Demo)

18. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio? (Demo)

19. Data Track

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Track List: It's Alive (Live)

1. Rockaway Beach (Live)

2. Teenage Lobotomy (Live)

3. Blitzkrieg Bop (Live)

4. I Wanna Be Well (Live)

5. Glad To See You Go (Live)

6. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment (Live)

7. You're Gonna Kill That Girl (Live)

8. I Don't Care (Live)

9. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (Live)

10. Havana Affair (Live)

11. Commando (Live)

12. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Live)

13. Surfin' Bird (Live)

14. Cretin Hop (Live)

15. Listen To My Heart (Live)

16. California Sun (Live)

17. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You (Live)

18. Pinhead (Live)

19. Do You Wanna Dance? (Live)

20. Chainsaw (Live)

21. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (Live)

22. I Wanna Be A Good Boy (Live)

23. Judy Is A Punk (Live)

24. Suzy Is A Headbanger (Live)

25. Let's Dance (Live)

26. Oh Oh I Love Her So (Live)

27. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (Live)

28. We're A Happy Family (Live)

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Track List: Road To Ruin (Expanded & Remastered)

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

13. I Want You Around (Ed Stasium Version)

16. Come Back, She Cried A.K.A. I Walk Out (Demo)

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Track List: Rocket To Russia (Expanded & Remastered)

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)

17. It's A Long Way Back To Germany (U.K. B-Side)

19. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (Single Version)

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Track List: Leave Home (Expanded & Remastered)

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

15. Babysitter

17. Beat On The Brat (Live)

18. Blitzkrieg Bop (Live)

20. Glad To See You Go (Live)

22. 53rd & 3rd (Live)

24. Havana Affair (Live)

25. Listen To My Heart (Live)

26. California Sun (Live)

27. Judy Is A Punk (Live)

28. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You (Live)

29. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (Live)

30. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (Live)

31. Let's Dance (Live)

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Track List: Ramones (Expanded & Remastered)

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

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Track List: All The Stuff (And More) - Vol. I

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

15. I Don't Wanna Be Learned / I Don't Wanna Be Tamed

16. I Can't Be

17. Glad To See You Go

18. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment

19. I Remember You

20. Oh Oh I Love Her So

21. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker

22. Suzy Is A Headbanger

23. Pinhead

24. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy

26. What's Your Game

27. California Sun

28. Commando

29. You're Gonna Kill That Girl

31. Babysitter

32. California Sun (Live)

33. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You (Live)

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matty5100
One of the best punk bands of all times
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Love me some Ramones, great song!!! Got 2 c them play in 96 with Frank black, was a really good show!!!! Gabba gabba hey!!!
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Now this is real punk!
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spiderman vs the vulture
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im voting for hillary clinton
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Classic American Punk. ..
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I had them in my living room in the BRONX
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Yes
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Seen them with Soundgarden Metallica
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They can play 15 songs in 30 minutes
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spiderman
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Saw the Ramones in '96 at deer Creek stadium, Indianapolis . They were f**k'n insane, nonstop energy!
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Saw the Ramones and Iggy Pop at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago Circa 1988 - 9/23/1988 - Iggy Pop / The Ramones / The Dickies - Aragon Ballroom - Chicago, IL - Great Show - Iggy spitting on crowd
RIP Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee
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amye45
Most people that like Ramones like the Stooges. They go together like Boones Farm and Quaaludes.
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The Ramones were the FIRST PUNK BAND???!!!!! BULLSHIT!

Iggy Pop and the Stooges were years and light-years ahead of the stinking Ramones who couldn't even play their instruments. The Stooges were PUNK before PUNK was PUNK. Iggy's lyrics were far more imaginative and raw and the music was bare-knuckle s , 2 sometimes 3 chords, driving rock. I agree with cainclark ---- you all.
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I'm sorry
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I remember back in 1980 a NYC dj on a sunday morning was pissed at the radio station and was ranting on ..
He played the ramones all morning till they cut him off ..
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✌️❤️
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christian167 7
Best concert I ever saw was in the Hub Ball Room at the UofW. It was also the shortest (stupid spitball punk kid). I remember them showing up and walking by me in the lounge area. I was smitten with the Ramones bug. Ramones forever!!!!
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indie sucks
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It was an incredible roller coaster ride to be young back when they started! Volume goes to 11 anytime a Ramones tune comes on!!!!��
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olcpvideos
Ramones were awesome! Punk is awesome!
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I'd like to cover psychotherap y with my band
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I LOVED' EM. I could go thumbs up all night with this band.
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rip motorhead
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Non-stop. We're a Happy Family - Me, mom and daddy.
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Best band ever
Sabbath kick a** as well
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Gimme gimme shock treatment
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Johnny-lets do it quick lively
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orderofthego r d o n s
Where are the Ramones and what are they eating? Refried beans in Queens? Chicken vidaloo on second avenue?
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The Ramones brought simplicity back to rock music.They took rock music back to street level where it started and where it truly belongs.I see more Ramones tee shirts around than any other band.Oh AC-DC.
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@MooMoo007tr a d e m a r k s y m b o l oh hellllllllll l l l l . . . true.
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I don't want to grow up and I'm 190 yes old
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These guys wish they were as good as Green Day.
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amye45
1-2-3-4
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the greatest punk band ever!!!!!!!
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The Ramones....C l a s s i c .
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My favorite punk rock band
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Rock rock rock rock rock rock n' roll high school!
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cknight472
My hair will NEVER fall out. ;)
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Bedrock, to me they were a foundation that others built off of.
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vleon925
Love your songs
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These guys define 2-rate ham&eggers. God Bless their dead asses.
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��������F**k i n g love u guys
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cknight472
Grow UP? That's flippin nonsense!!! Who wants to grow up??? I'm not growing up!
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codylalonde0 1
Good ol' Ramones. They will always be my favourite band.
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This song takes me back to the late 1970 ,sneaking out of my parents house to see them
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god bless joey ramone.god bless the ramones....
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I don't wanna be a pin head no more
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Ramones were who they were
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