Ramones - Rocket to Russia
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Release date: 28 June 2005
Four reissues from the original NYC punk kings
When four geeky boys from Queens stepped onstage for the first time in March 1974, they detonated a barrage of two-minute, three-chord fireballs from which we are still feeling the fallout. The revolution Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee and Tommy started by combining '60s girl group melodies with the primal propulsion of bare-bones rock'n'roll decimated bloated prog rock, and the...
- Jun 19, 2001
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- Cretin Hop
- Rockaway Beach
- Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
- Locket Love
- I Don't Care
- Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
- We're a Happy Family
- Teenage Lobotomy
- Do You Wanna Dance?
- I Wanna Be Well
- I Can't Give You Anything
- Surfin' Bird
- Why Is It Always This Way?
Last musical testament of Ramones singer...
- Feb 8, 2002
Vega designed the band's famous crest and apparently attended all but two of their 2,263 gigs
Linda Ramone is currently in talks to turn the band's story into a biopic
The Ramones frontman's leather jacket, passport, t-shirts and glasses are also being sold
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