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✨✧ RamonesEnd Of The Century (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Sire, 1980. New Copy (reissue)... $14.99
The Roger Corman-Phil Spector year of the mighty Ramones! End Of The Century is a huge departure from the 1-2-3-4 burst and roar of the first 4 Ramones albums – a big ol' Phil Spector production – recorded concurrently with the filming of late 70s hottie PJ Soles dancing around in her underwear with a shy and shell-shocked Joey in Rock And Roll High School! Lord knows that End Of The Century was the end of the Ramones as we knew and loved them on LP (they remained great live until the very end), but it holds up very well and the big sound brings a smile. Plus it's got "Chinese Rock", worth the price alone. Other tracks include "Do You Remember Rock'N'Roll Radio?", "I'm Affected", "Danny Says", "The Return Of Jack & Judy", "Let's Go", "Baby, I Love You", "I Can't Make It On Time", "This Ain't Havana", "Rock N Roll High School", "All The Way" and "High Risk Insurance". LP, Vinyl record album

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RamonesLeave Home ... LP
Sire, 1977. Near Mint- ... $29.99
The Ramones really caught their classic recorded sound for the first time on Leave Home – the second of their three perfect late 70s milestones. As amazing as the debut is, its two-channel shrieking buzzsaw sound bowed nicely to the slightly more digestible, but just as cathartic roar of the follow ups. Totally essential! Titles include "California Sun", "Glad To See You Go", "Suzy Is A Headbanger", "Pinhead", "What's Your Game", "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment", and "I Remember You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Second pressing, with "Sheena Is A Punk Rocker", including the printed inner sleeve.)

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✨✧ RamonesRamones (40th Anniversary edition) (3CD/180 gram vinyl LP) ... LP
Sire, 1976. New Copy (reissue)... On July 29, 2016
The birth of punk rock as a bonafide genre, and not only that, a record that changed the rules – stripping rock and roll back down to the raw essentials – and unwittingly became as one of the greatest rock albums ever made. Given the stripped, buzzing simplicity, it's impossible to describe this record without sounding like a blow hard, but you really can't overstate what these four goony guys from Queens accomplished. 30-odd years of the most visceral pop music concentrated into 2 minute, 3 chord blasts of beautiful sonic catharsis – and they could barely even play! It's astonishing. Thanks boys! Tracks include "Blitzkrieg Bop", "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend", "Beat On The Brat", "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue", "I Don't Wanna Around With You", "Loudmouth", and "Today Your Love Tomorrow The World". 40th Anniversary box set includes the 2016 remastered version of the original album on CD plus the remastered mono version on 180 gram vinyl – plus 2CDs of single versions, demos, live recordings and other rare cuts! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ RamonesRocket To Russia ... LP
Sire, 1977. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Alright, let's get this straight right now – the songs don't sound the same, they ARE the same and that's why we love them! If you found a way to concentrate 30 years of the best rock & roll into two and a half minutes of beautiful primal energy that still managed to qualify as ear candy, would you try to change things up? 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
(US pressing, including inner sleeve. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ RamonesSomething To Believe In/My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down (Bonzo Goes To Bitburg) ... 12-inch
Sire, 1979. Used (pic cover)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ RamonesToo Tough To Die ... LP
Sire, 1984. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Includes the printed inner sleeve.)

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✨✧ RamonesRocket To Russia (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Sire/Rhino, 1977. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The third album by The Ramones and one that a sizable chunk of the fanbase believes to be their very best – and they may be right! So. . .alright, let's get this straight right upfront – the songs don't sound the same, they ARE the same and that's why we love them! If you found a way to concentrate 30 years of the best rock & roll into two and a half minutes of beautiful primal energy that still manages to qualify as ear candy, would you try to change things up? 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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✨✧ Ramones & OthersRock N Roll High School ... LP
Sire, 1979. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The fun fun soundtrack to Rock 'N' Roll High School – that gloriously, knowingly trashy Roger Corman produced movie vehicle for the Ramones! Of course The Ramones are all over the soundtrack, but it's got a bunch of 70s new wave and hard rock from Devo, Eno, Nick Lowe, Todd Rundgren and more. Includes "Rock N Roll High School", "I Want You Around", a medley of "Blitzkrieg Bop", "Pinhead", "California Sun" and more by The Ramones, "Come Back Jonee" by Devo, "Energy Fools The Magician" by Eno, "So It Goes" by Nick Lowe, "School Days" by Chuck Berry, "School's Out" by Alice Cooper and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ RamonesRamones (colored vinyl pressing) ... LP
Sire, 1976. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The birth of punk rock as a bonafide genre, and not only that, a record that changed the rules – stripping rock and roll back down raw essentials – and unwittingly appearing as one of the greatest rock albums ever made. Given the stripped, buzzing simplicity, it's impossible to describe this record without sounding like a blow hard, but you really can't overstate what these four goony guys from Queens accomplished. 30-odd years of the most visceral pop music concentrated into 2 minute, 3 chord blasts of beautiful sonic catharsis – and they could barely even play! It's astonishing. Thanks boys! Tracks include "Blitzkrieg Bop", "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend", "Beat On The Brat", "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue", "I Don't Wanna Around With You", "Loudmouth", and "Today Your Love Tomorrow The World". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ ClashClash ... LP
Epic, 1977. Near Mint- ... $49.99
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 white label promo pressing, including the printed inner sleeve. Cover has a promo stamp.)

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ClashPearl Harbour 79 (aka The Clash) (with bonus 3 inch single) (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Epic (Japan), 1977. Used CD & 3 inch single ... $11.99
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" – plus a bonus 3 inch single containing "Gates Of The West" and "Groovy Times" which were on the bonus 45 that was included in the Japanese LP pressing! CD
(Includes original Japanese outer sleeve!)

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ScientistsScientists (with download) ... LP
Numero, 1981. New Copy (reissue)... $16.99 19.98
The raw, though infectious debut of Aussie punks The Scientists – a vital salvo from the early 80s Australian underground! The self-titled set is a different animal than their sludgier second album – this one as raw and feral, if not more so, but the lyricism is more youthful, and they manage to knockout some genuinely tuneful hooks. That said, this isn't tight like a Ramones or Buzzcocks record, it feels like the wheels could come off at any point (which is a big part of the appeal), but their ear for hooks are just as strong. Wonderful stuff and it hasn't aged a day, it's too raw and pure to ever get old! Includes "Shadows Of The Night", "Girl", "I'm Looking For You", "Sorry, Sorry, Sorry", "Making A Scene", It'll Never Happen Again", "Walk The Plank", "High Noon" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousQueer Noises – From The Closet To The Charts 1961 to 1978 ... CD
Trikont (Germany), 1960s/1970s. Used ... $9.99
We'll be the first to admit that we're never that comfortable with efforts to out gay and bi performers in pop music – especially if such outing is never the choice of the performers themselves – but this package is a fair bit better than most, thanks to some careful handling by compiler Jon Savage! As with some of his other efforts, Savage does a great job of drawing lines between unlikely sources – pulling together bits of 60s pop that are less explicit about their content and desires, and using them to start a path that leads into more openly expressive work from the glam, punk, and disco years of the 70s. As with other Trikont packages, the set features full notes on the music and each track – both in German and English – and the CD boasts a wonderfully eclectic batch of material that includes "Eros" by Rod McKuen, "At The Black Cat" by Jose, "See My Friend" by The Kinks, "Kay Why" by The Brothers Butch, "Come Here Often" by The Tornados, "Coochy Coo" by Polly Perkins, "Closet Queen" by Harrison Kennedy, "Astral Cowboy" by Curt Boettcher, "I Was Born This Way" by Valentino, "Ain't Nobody Straight In LA" by The Miracles, "53rd & 3rd" by The Ramones, "Trouble At The Cup" by Black Randy & The Metro Squad, "The Man I Love" by Zebedy, and "These Boots" by Teddy & Darrel. 24 tracks in all. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ New York DollsIn Too Much Too Soon (original pressing) ... LP
Mercury, 1974. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A seminal album from The New York Dolls – one that has the quintet really sharpening up their sound from before, but also laying the groundwork for other amazing New York music to come! It might be a stretch to call the set the harbinger of punk – at least the bigger-label type like The Ramones or Voidoids – but The Dolls are definitely focused on their groove here, and tie together strands of early rock and nascent rawness, all with a mode that seems to ignore any of the overindulgence of the past decade or so. Things are super tight – with a great verse/chorus/verse approach to the tunes – and titles "Babylon", "Who Are The Mystery Girls?", "Puss 'N Boots", "Bad Detective", "Don't Start Me Talking", and "Human Being". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has a cutout hole.)

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✨✧ Milk 'N' CookiesMilk 'N' Cookies (3LP box set) ... LP
Captured Tracks, Late 70s. New Copy 3 LPs ... Out Of Stock
We've heard these guys described as "kick ass New York state suburban pop" – and we couldn't have put it better had we tried! Milk N Cookies are a great little group from the 70s powerpop era – lost somewhere between glam and new wave, and working with a distinct British influence at times – but also well schooled in the kind of short, tight, hook-heavy tunes that were bubbling under on the American scene at the time. Guitars are produced with a compressed quality that's really great – and which presses the vocals right up against the fuzzy bits on the edges in a really wonderful way! These guys were contemporaries of The Ramones, Blondie, and Talking Heads on the downtown New York scene – but never fully got their due – and that lack is hopefully corrected by this wonderfully lavish set. The box features the group's core original album for Island Records, plus two more albums' worth of unreleased bonus tracks – and a 100 page, oversized book that's filled with loads of notes, writing on the group from members of Sonic Youth and The Ramones, and lots of rare photos too! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Vive Le RockIssue 32 ... Magazine
Vive Le Rock (UK), 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Vive Le Rock looks at The Ramones in detail this time around – and also presents a rundown of the Best Of 2015 – including the 50 best albums, and a month by month musical look at the year! There's also articles on Ruts DC, Stiff Little Fingers, Killing Joke, Eater, Adam Ant, Suzie Quatro, The Strangers, Gary Numan, and others – alongside more reviews and other short features – and a bonus 2016 live calendar too! Magazine
 
 
 



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