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RamonesRocket To Russia (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Sire/Rhino, 1977. New Copy (reissue)... $21.99 22.99
The third Ramones album, one that a sizeable chuck of the most zealous fans believes to be their very best – and they might be right! As rightfully heralded as the self-titled debut is for being the trailblazing blast and unimpeachable punk rock epiphany that it is, The Ramones really their found and perfected their signature studio sound on the follow up Leave Home and perhaps perfect it here Rocket To Russia. Song by song, they somehow concentrate 30 years of the best, rawest, most exciting rock & roll of their forbears into two and a half minutes of beautiful primal energy that still manages to qualify as ear candy. As amazing as ever! Tracks include "Rockaway Beach", "Sheena Is A Punk Rocker", "Why Is It Always This Way", "Surfin Bird", "Do You Wanna Dance", and "Cretin Hop". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ ClashClash ... CD
Sony, 1977. Used ... Just Sold Out!
One of the most stunning debut albums of the 70s – and a set that burst on the scene with a sound that summed up a generation, but which had never been heard this clearly before! This self-titled Clash album was different from other landmarks of the time – work by the Sex Pistols, Ramones, and others – as the group had a sense of raw power, but also a tunefulness too – a way of pushing their message into territory that others wouldn't have reached – with tunes that were as surprisingly hummable as they were politically correct! There's a bit less Jamaican influence here than in later Clash years, but that quality is still present somewhat – and over the years, this is definitely a set we can return to again and again – with no sense of apology or outdated ideals at all. Nearly every cut's a classic – and titles include "Janie Jones", "Career Opportunities", "Police & Thieves", "Garageland", "Clash City Rockers", "I Fought The Law", "White Riot", "London's Burning", "White Man In Hammersmith Palais", and "I'm So Bored With The USA". CD
(80s pressing.)
Also available Clash ... LP 79.99

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ClashClash ... LP
Epic, 1977. Near Mint- ... $79.99
One of the most stunning debut albums of the 70s – and a set that burst on the scene with a sound that summed up a generation, but which had never been heard this clearly before! This self-titled Clash album was different from other landmarks of the time – work by the Sex Pistols, Ramones, and others – as the group had a sense of raw power, but also a tunefulness too – a way of pushing their message into territory that others wouldn't have reached – with tunes that were as surprisingly hummable as they were politically correct! There's a bit less Jamaican influence here than in later Clash years, but that quality is still present somewhat – and over the years, this is definitely a set we can return to again and again – with no sense of apology or outdated ideals at all. Nearly every cut's a classic – and titles include "Janie Jones", "Career Opportunities", "Police & Thieves", "Garageland", "Clash City Rockers", "I Fought The Law", "White Riot", "London's Burning", "White Man In Hammersmith Palais", and "I'm So Bored With The USA". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing with Sterling stamp, runout message, and (D-MP) etch.)

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DMZDMZ (180 gram silver vinyl pressing) ... LP
Sire/Music On Vinyl (Netherlands), 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $35.99 38.99
DMZ's badass self-titled set for Sire from '78 – buzzsaw guitars, driving rhythms, manic vocals and eerie organs – an incredible combination of 60s garage inspiration and ferocious punk-era urgency! DMZ migh have been weird fit at a Sire label that at the time was struggling to get The Ramones and Richard Hell into the mainstream – but boy, is it ever worthy stuff! Includes "Mighty Idy", "Bad Attitude", "Watch For Me Girl", "Cinderella", "Don't Jump Me Mother", "Destroyer", "Out Of Our Tree", "Border Line", "Do Not Enter" and "From Home". LP, Vinyl record album

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Rocket From The CryptLive From Camp X-Ray (yellow splatter vinyl pressing) ... LP
Vagrant, 2002. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $22.99 23.98
A ferocious blast from the mighty Rocket From The Crypt! Contrary to the title, Live From Camp X-Ray is NOT a live album, but it has the force and drive of their live vibe – something that arguably eluded the band on even their more celebrated major label albums, but they finally managed to pull off a little later on. Even with some creative twists here like a string section on a couple tracks, it is a BLAST that doesn't let up for 1 second of its running time! RFTC is a one of kind band that managed to bridge roaring proto rock you could trace back to The Burnette Brothers, to the horn-backed rock-n-soul of Blood Sweat & Tears, to the unrelenting energy of the first few Ramones albums – exhilarating stuff! Includes "I'm Not Invisible", "Get Down", "Bring Us Bullets", "I Can't Feel My Head", "Outsider" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition on yellow splatter vinyl!)

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Adam Roth & His Band Of MenDown The Shore ... LP
HoZac, 1981. New Copy (reissue)... $7.99 17.99
A power pop treasure finally gets its due – as this set brings together the full music created by Adam Roth for the early 80s teen trash film Down The Shore! The music more than works away from the film – the kind of brash, upfront, stripped-down sounds that often had the power pop indie scene crossing paths with the rise of punk in the US, especially in the spirit of The Ramones – delivered by Adam and the group with searing intensity and non-stop energy throughout! Roth is a hell of a guitarist and a completely charming vocalist – and the set's overflowing with well-penned short little tunes that pack a hell of a punch – titles that include "I Just Wanna Have Some Fun", "Now You're Runnin", "Judy Won't You Dance With Me", "She Said Oh", "Baseball Rock", and "Down The Shore". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousAttack Of The Killer B's ... LP
Warner, 1983. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Features selections by Talking Heads, Peter Gabriel, Time, Gang Of Four, Laurie Anderson, Ramones, Roxy Music, Pretenders, and more! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a promo stamp and light wear.)

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✨✧ Brian ShanleyDodged & Burned – Seminal Rock Photography 1976-1984 ... Book
HoZac, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An incredible document of the punk and post punk era live music scene in Chicago by Brian Shanley – a photographer and designer who shot so many iconic bands and did design work for Wax Trax Records early on – and this book of his black & whites is pretty breathtaking if you have even a passive interest in punk or Chicago live music history in general! It captures some of the earliest Chicago appearances by solo era Iggy Pop,The Ramones, Bauhaus, Pere Ubu, Patti Smith, Motorhead, The Dead Boys and so many more, pics from some of the legendary suburban Chicago gigs in Wheeling and Schaumburg by punk bands back in the day with gigs in the city proper were harder to get, shots of seminal Chicago bands like Skafish and Tutu & The Pirates around town, shots of X in their own LA stomping grounds, Television and others at their CBGBs home base – it's one amazing shot after another here. After a short foreword and intro the book is almost all photos, every one of them vital. Book
 
 
 



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