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|The Ramones were an American musical group from
Queens, New York City. They are considered as a prototype of the
punk bands, although the term punk as a genre designation became later
popular in connection with a British subculture. They created in the
mid-seventies, probably unintentionally, a new musical direction, as they
produced an aversion against the then rock music in the era of Pink Floyd
and Led Zeppelin.
Their music was based on a few models such as The Who, The Kinks, The
Beach Boys, the Stooges, MC5 and the American Rock 'n'roll of the 1950s.
Typical were simple harmonies, and structures, and the total lack of
solos, intros or transitions. They formed the complete antithesis of
styles such as art rock, progressive rock and fusion. As simple as the
composition, and the lyrics were held, often reminiscent of nursery rhymes
in their subject. But specific reference to social problems and issues
were received in the 1970s.
By Melanie Bradley
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(1976) Deluxe Edition
Digitally remastered by Dan Hersch and
Bill Inglot (Digiprep). The Ramones' self-titled debut is a justifiably
adored album--not just one of the best albums to come out of the initial
New York punk explosion of the mid-'70s, but one of the ...
Track Listing: Rockaway Beach; Teenage
Lobotomy; Blitzkrieg Bop; I Wanna Be Well; Glad To See You Go; Gimme Gimme
Shock Treatment; You're Gonna Kill That Girl; I Don't Care; Sheena Is a
Punk; Havana Affair; Commando; Here Today, Gone Tomorrow; ...
Track Listing: We Want the Airwaves;
All's Quiet On the Eastern Front; Kkk Took My Baby Away; Don't Go; You
Sound Like Your Sick; It's Not My Place; She's a Sensation; 7-11; You
Didn't Mean Anything To Me; Come On ...
(180 Gram Vinyl) (2008) 180
With the three-chord assault of
"Blitzkrieg Bop," The Ramones begins at a blinding speed and
never once over the course of its 14 songs does it let up. The Ramones is
all about speed, hooks, stupidity, and simplicity. The songs are
Mania (1988) Limited
RAMONES MANIA is a double album's worth
of 30 bona fide Ramones classics. Each song is a revelation in its own
right, from the Ramones call-to-arms, 1976's "Blitzkrieg Bop" to
the chugga-chugga of 1987's "I Wanna Live." The Ramones' prime
Raw (2004) Full Frame;
The Ramones were responsible to a large
degree for the revolution that was punk rock, developing a style of short,
fast, guitar-driven songs with catchy, poppy lyrics that paved the way for
generations of rock bands to come. They stuck ...
'N' Roll High School (1978)
In this campy, classic musical
tribute to the rock legends the Ramones, the students of Vince Lombardi
High School are a wild and rebellious bunch who are sick of sitting in
school--they want to go see the Ramones in concert. ...
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