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Ramones - Gabba Gabba G' Day: Live In Sidney Australia
Ramones - Adios Amigos!
Ramones - End Of The Century Colored Vinyl Edition
Ramones - Halfway To Amsterdam: Live At The Melkweg 1986
Ramones
Halfway To Amsterdam: Live At The Melkweg 1986
LP | 2019 | EU (Mind Control)
13,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU
Genre:Rock / Indie
Full radio broadcast from the legendary Amsterdam show at Paradiso in 1986, one of the few with Ritchie on drums!
Ramones - Live At The Hollywood Palladium 1992
Ramones
Live At The Hollywood Palladium 1992
LP | 2019 | EU (Mind Control)
13,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU
Genre:Rock / Indie
On tour supporting their 12th studio album, Mondo Bizarro, the Ramones rolled into the Hollywood Palladium to a crowd of adoring fans. Featuring a grip of classic tunes like "I Wanna Be Sedated", "Rockaway Beach", and "Sheena Is A Punk Rocker", as well as new tunes like "Strength to Endure" and the amazing nod to Tipper Gore and her Parents Music Resource Center, "Censorshit". A great live broadcast from one of the legends of American punk rock.
Ramones - Road To Ruin
Ramones - Today Your Love Tomorrow The World - Live At The Old Waldorf 1978
Ramones - Live in New York, November 14th 1977
Ramones - It's Alive Colored Vinyl Edition
Ramones
It's Alive Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 1979 | US | Reissue (Warner)
39,99 €*
Release:1979 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Color variant of Ramones first live album, which was originally released in 1979. This is the band’s 1977 New Year’s Eve show from the Rainbow Theatre in London.
Ramones - Road To Ruin Colored Vinyl Edition
Ramones
Road To Ruin Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 1978 | US | Reissue (8th)
24,99 €*
Release:1978 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
1977, considered by many to be the height of the punk rock genre of music, saw the release of one the greatest albums from New York legends The Ramones; Rocket To Russia. It featured the band's most polished production and sound quality to date, and was a smash success among critics. In spite of all of this, the album was not financially successful, and was largely lost in the mix of the numerous other punk bands that had formed in their wake. The supposed failure of Rocket To Russia would drive longtime drummer Tommy Ramone to leave the band, also citing stress and depression from touring.

Determined to achieve some form of commercial success, The Ramones returned to the studio in the summer of 1978 with new drummer Marky Ramone, (Marc Bell, of Richard Hell & The Voidoids.) and producer Ed Stasium. (Along with Tommy Ramone, who stuck around to help produce.) The end result was released in the fall of the same year, and bore the title Road To Ruin. The album stood out among The Ramones' discography with its addition of guitar solos, acoustic guitars, and ballads, reflecting the band's interest in expanding their sound, and desire for mainstream acceptance.

Road To Ruin was a gamble for the Ramones which initially backfired. The album was not a commercial success despite managing to reach the Billboard 200 charts, it was released to muted critical reception, and their own fanbase looked upon the bid for mainstream appeal with incredulousness. As time went by, Road To Ruin was subject to renewed critical appeal, with retrospective reviews praising the material as a campy punk gem. Road To Ruin is also noteworthy for the inclusion of the track "I Wanna Be Sedated", which became not just a signature song for the band, but a staple classic of punk rock itself.
Ramones - Road to ruin
Ramones - Live at The Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA - January 31, 1978
Ramones - Leave Home Colored Vinyl Edition
Ramones - Road To Ruin
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