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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Chuck Mangione » 25 Nov 2013, 10:42pm

tepista wrote:Cretin Hop again. Is that my favorite Ramones song? It must be.
Definite top 10.

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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Marky Dread » 26 Nov 2013, 1:39am

Chuck Mangione wrote:
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Rewatched End of the Century recently and that got me to explore some of their early 80's albums a bit more. This one definitely stuck out.
Pop/rock classic, in my humble opinion.
I bought the double pack 7'' when it came out with Chasing the Night/Howling at the Moon (Sha-La-La)/Street Fighting Man/Smash You....classic stuff!
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Flex » 23 May 2016, 4:00pm

FLEX WANT:
The Ramones' self-titled debut album is to be reissued on July 29 to mark its 40th anniversary.

The special four-disc edition of 'The Ramones' features a new mono mix, a live album plus a disc which includes seven previously-unreleased demos.
Housed in an LP-sized box, the 40th anniversary edition has a remastered version of the album plus a new mono mix on the first disc. The second CD is a 14-song disc of alternative mixes, out-takes and demos, which includes previously-unheard demos of 'Chain Saw', 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl' and 'Loudmouth' plus an unheard version of 'Today Your Love Tomorrow The World' with more explicit lyrics.

The third disc features complete gigs recorded at Los Angeles club The Roxy on August 12, 1976. The first 16-song show has been available before, but another gig the band played on the same night has remained unreleased until now. The fourth disc is a vinyl LP featuring the stereo and mono mixes from the first CD.

Other extras on the album include an essay by album producer Chris Leon, plus photos by Roberta Bayley, whose portrait of The Ramones is featured on the cover of the sleeve.
Full article: http://www.nme.com/news/ramones/93732
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Wolter » 23 May 2016, 5:40pm

WOLTER WANT KNOCK FLEX OUT AND STEAL.
Flex wrote:FLEX WANT:
The Ramones' self-titled debut album is to be reissued on July 29 to mark its 40th anniversary.

The special four-disc edition of 'The Ramones' features a new mono mix, a live album plus a disc which includes seven previously-unreleased demos.
Housed in an LP-sized box, the 40th anniversary edition has a remastered version of the album plus a new mono mix on the first disc. The second CD is a 14-song disc of alternative mixes, out-takes and demos, which includes previously-unheard demos of 'Chain Saw', 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl' and 'Loudmouth' plus an unheard version of 'Today Your Love Tomorrow The World' with more explicit lyrics.

The third disc features complete gigs recorded at Los Angeles club The Roxy on August 12, 1976. The first 16-song show has been available before, but another gig the band played on the same night has remained unreleased until now. The fourth disc is a vinyl LP featuring the stereo and mono mixes from the first CD.

Other extras on the album include an essay by album producer Chris Leon, plus photos by Roberta Bayley, whose portrait of The Ramones is featured on the cover of the sleeve.
Full article: http://www.nme.com/news/ramones/93732
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Marky Dread » 26 May 2016, 1:31am

Wolter wrote:WOLTER WANT KNOCK FLEX OUT AND STEAL.
Flex wrote:FLEX WANT:
The Ramones' self-titled debut album is to be reissued on July 29 to mark its 40th anniversary.

The special four-disc edition of 'The Ramones' features a new mono mix, a live album plus a disc which includes seven previously-unreleased demos.
Housed in an LP-sized box, the 40th anniversary edition has a remastered version of the album plus a new mono mix on the first disc. The second CD is a 14-song disc of alternative mixes, out-takes and demos, which includes previously-unheard demos of 'Chain Saw', 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl' and 'Loudmouth' plus an unheard version of 'Today Your Love Tomorrow The World' with more explicit lyrics.

The third disc features complete gigs recorded at Los Angeles club The Roxy on August 12, 1976. The first 16-song show has been available before, but another gig the band played on the same night has remained unreleased until now. The fourth disc is a vinyl LP featuring the stereo and mono mixes from the first CD.

Other extras on the album include an essay by album producer Chris Leon, plus photos by Roberta Bayley, whose portrait of The Ramones is featured on the cover of the sleeve.
Full article: http://www.nme.com/news/ramones/93732
I'm certain that's Craig Leon and not Chris.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by BR16ADE_R055E » 26 May 2016, 2:49am

Flex wrote:FLEX WANT:
The Ramones' self-titled debut album is to be reissued on July 29 to mark its 40th anniversary.

The special four-disc edition of 'The Ramones' features a new mono mix, a live album plus a disc which includes seven previously-unreleased demos.
Housed in an LP-sized box, the 40th anniversary edition has a remastered version of the album plus a new mono mix on the first disc. The second CD is a 14-song disc of alternative mixes, out-takes and demos, which includes previously-unheard demos of 'Chain Saw', 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl' and 'Loudmouth' plus an unheard version of 'Today Your Love Tomorrow The World' with more explicit lyrics.

The third disc features complete gigs recorded at Los Angeles club The Roxy on August 12, 1976. The first 16-song show has been available before, but another gig the band played on the same night has remained unreleased until now. The fourth disc is a vinyl LP featuring the stereo and mono mixes from the first CD.

Other extras on the album include an essay by album producer Chris Leon, plus photos by Roberta Bayley, whose portrait of The Ramones is featured on the cover of the sleeve.
Full article: http://www.nme.com/news/ramones/93732
$65.

http://store.ramones.com/products/ramon ... xe-edition

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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Marky Dread » 26 May 2016, 8:41am

BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
Flex wrote:FLEX WANT:
The Ramones' self-titled debut album is to be reissued on July 29 to mark its 40th anniversary.

The special four-disc edition of 'The Ramones' features a new mono mix, a live album plus a disc which includes seven previously-unreleased demos.
Housed in an LP-sized box, the 40th anniversary edition has a remastered version of the album plus a new mono mix on the first disc. The second CD is a 14-song disc of alternative mixes, out-takes and demos, which includes previously-unheard demos of 'Chain Saw', 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl' and 'Loudmouth' plus an unheard version of 'Today Your Love Tomorrow The World' with more explicit lyrics.

The third disc features complete gigs recorded at Los Angeles club The Roxy on August 12, 1976. The first 16-song show has been available before, but another gig the band played on the same night has remained unreleased until now. The fourth disc is a vinyl LP featuring the stereo and mono mixes from the first CD.

Other extras on the album include an essay by album producer Chris Leon, plus photos by Roberta Bayley, whose portrait of The Ramones is featured on the cover of the sleeve.
Full article: http://www.nme.com/news/ramones/93732
$65.

http://store.ramones.com/products/ramon ... xe-edition
Bit pricey $65 = £42.22. I just per-ordered mine on Amazon UK at £36.56
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Flex » 26 May 2016, 10:20am

Marky Dread wrote:Bit pricey $65 = £42.22. I just per-ordered mine on Amazon UK at £36.56
Yeah, US Amazon has it at about the same price (well, in American dollars). So, fairly decent discount over the MSRP for a new release.

Anyways, ordered. Stoked.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Marky Dread » 26 May 2016, 10:37am

Flex wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:Bit pricey $65 = £42.22. I just per-ordered mine on Amazon UK at £36.56
Yeah, US Amazon has it at about the same price (well, in American dollars). So, fairly decent discount over the MSRP for a new release.

Anyways, ordered. Stoked.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Kory » 26 May 2016, 1:07pm

Why doesn't Sony care enough to do this for The Clash? They would make a lot of money if they actually spent any time trying to take it.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Wolter » 26 May 2016, 1:44pm

Kory wrote:Why doesn't Sony care enough to do this for The Clash? They would make a lot of money if they actually spent any time trying to take it.
The Ramones are more popular.
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Kory » 26 May 2016, 1:56pm

Wolter wrote:
Kory wrote:Why doesn't Sony care enough to do this for The Clash? They would make a lot of money if they actually spent any time trying to take it.
The Ramones are more popular.
Even so, there is definitely money to be made. It seems unlikely to me that there wouldn't be roughly the same amount of fans of both bands that would buy something of this magnitude.
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Table salt (spoon hinge)
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Dr. Medulla » 26 May 2016, 1:57pm

Wolter wrote:
Kory wrote:Why doesn't Sony care enough to do this for The Clash? They would make a lot of money if they actually spent any time trying to take it.
The Ramones are more popular.
Is that true? The Ramones have more cool cred, but I'd say the Clash have a wider potential audience due to stuff like SISOSIG and RtC. It could be that bands like the Ramones, because they aren't more widely popular, are better suited for these kind of niche, obsessive packages. None of these intense release packages pursue anybody but those who have already bought the album fifteen times already, no?
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
Wolter wrote:
Kory wrote:Why doesn't Sony care enough to do this for The Clash? They would make a lot of money if they actually spent any time trying to take it.
The Ramones are more popular.
Is that true? The Ramones have more cool cred, but I'd say the Clash have a wider potential audience due to stuff like SISOSIG and RtC. It could be that bands like the Ramones, because they aren't more widely popular, are better suited for these kind of niche, obsessive packages. None of these intense release packages pursue anybody but those who have already bought the album fifteen times already, no?
I could see it. Imagine being at a club seeing some local band, and the amount of people that would flip their lids over a cover of Blitzkreig Bop vs. RTC.
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Table salt (spoon hinge)
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St. Petersburg (arms)
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Re: The Ramones song you're thinking about right now

Post by Dr. Medulla » 26 May 2016, 3:07pm

Kory wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Wolter wrote:
Kory wrote:Why doesn't Sony care enough to do this for The Clash? They would make a lot of money if they actually spent any time trying to take it.
The Ramones are more popular.
Is that true? The Ramones have more cool cred, but I'd say the Clash have a wider potential audience due to stuff like SISOSIG and RtC. It could be that bands like the Ramones, because they aren't more widely popular, are better suited for these kind of niche, obsessive packages. None of these intense release packages pursue anybody but those who have already bought the album fifteen times already, no?
I could see it. Imagine being at a club seeing some local band, and the amount of people that would flip their lids over a cover of Blitzkreig Bop vs. RTC.
Right, it comes down to who the presumed audience is. Amongst punk fans, Ramones will likely win out. Amongst "rock" fans—a much bigger and vaguer group—I'd guess that the Clash grab more.
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