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✨✧ RamonesLeave Home ... LP
Sire, 1977. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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
(Original US pressing with CTH/Janos etch, including the printed inner sleeve. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ RamonesI Wanna Be Your Boyfriend/Judy Is A Punk – 1975 demo versions ... 7-inch
Norton, 1975. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Some of the earliest sounds you'll ever hear from The Ramones – two early tracks, served up here in their original 1975 demo recordings! "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" is maybe a bit slower and rawer than the later take – but in a great way – and that quality explodes even more on "Judy Is A Punk" – which, for 1975, beats UK punk by a year! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ RamonesRamones (180 gram 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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✨✧ Nutley BrassRamones Songbook As Played By The Nutley Brass (lobotomized lavender vinyl pressing) ... LP
Medicine Label/Modern Harmonic, 1999. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Imagine The Ramones turning up in your grandparents' record collection, and this album might be the result – as the whole thing is an unusual blend of famous tunes by the legendary group, and instrumental readings by lounge outfit The Nutley Brass! The group aren't exactly a brass combo – at least not in the Herb Albert way – as they use keyboards and guitars more than horns, which almost makes their instrumental readings of the tunes feel more like some hotel lobby combo taking on the music of Joey, Dee Dee, and the others – instead of some trumpet-heavy ensemble! There's lots of cool groovy organ lines, and other keyboards too – and titles include "Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio", "Rockaway Beach", "Chinese Rock", "Beat On The Brat", "I Wanna Be Sedated", "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment", and "Blitzkrieg Bop". LP, Vinyl record album
("Lobotomized Lavender" colored vinyl!)
 
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VariousNo Thanks – The 70s Punk Rebellion (4CD box set) ... CD
Rhino, 1970s. Used 4 CDs ... $49.99
Not just key early punk work from both sides of the Atlantic, but important punk precursors too! 100 tracks in all, and a big booklet of notes! Music from the Ramones, the Clash, the Saints, the Damned, the Buzzcocks, Iggy & the Stooges, Wire, New York Dolls, the Fall, Patti Smith, Richard Hell & the Voidoids, the Boys, the Dead Boys, Suicide, Devo, X, the Boomtown Rats, Fear, Gang Of Four & much more. CD
(Out of print and in great shape!)

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✨✧ ClashClash ... LP
Epic, 1977. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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
(180 gram vinyl from 2013. Includes the printed inner sleeve.)

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✨✧ Simpletones, Rick L Rick, The Crowd, & OthersBeach Blvd (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Posh Boy/Radiation (Italy), 1979/1980. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A fantastic collection of work from the legendary Posh Boy label – a short-lived, but crucial imprint on the LA punk scene at the start of the 80s – and a company that was always a lot more hardcore than SST! Posh Boy really had a knack for capturing the short, sharp tunes that marked the LA scene at its best – work with blistering intensity, but also a slight dose of humor – maybe a bit of Ramones influence on the west, but always taken to more insane territory in the long run! Posh Boy gems are hard to come by, but this famous compilation offers up a nice full length document of label artists who didn't get much exposure past 45s – with tracks that include "I Have A Date", "Don't Bother Me", "California", and "Tiger Beat Twist" by The Simpletones; "I Got Power", "Atomic Lawn", "Meat House", and "Black & Red" by Rik L Rik; "Modern Machine", "Suzy Is A Surf Rocker", "Living In Madrid", and "Trix Are For Kids" by The Crowd. Great 2LP reissue, with lots more bonus tracks – including the classic "I Like Drugs" and other tracks by The Simpletones – plus more from F-Word, The Crowd, and The Klan. LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand-numbered limited edition of 700!)

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✨✧ VariousQueer Noises – From The Closet To The Charts 1961 to 1978 ... CD
Trikont (Germany), 1960s/1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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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✨✧ RoctoberIssue #48 – Chicago Soul/Ian Whitcomb ... Magazine
Roctober, 2010. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Massive issue with a great interview (with amazing photos) with Chicago 60s and 70s behind-the-scenes soul music queen Helen Saffold, another ridiculous Nardwuar interview with Snoop Dogg, the story of British Invasion pin-up boy Ian Whitcomb, Metal graphic designer Dennis Dread's visit to Frank Frazetta's art collection, the tragic tale of underground comix rebel Jim Osborne, Cleveland 70s punk legends Easter Monkeys, Plastic Crimewave salutes the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, an in-the-booth interview with White Sox organist Nancy Faust on the eve of her retirement, an insiders look into the Ramones, and tons of comix, reviews, and obituaries. Magazine

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✨✧ RoctoberIssue #33 – Comics Galore (with bonus CD) ... Magazine
Roctober, 2002. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Features the absurd story of 1980s Chicago primitive hardcore legends Negative Element (includes full length CD of unreleased Shaggs-meet-Black Flag punk), the ultimate Solomon Burke interview, Trio Mocoto interview (70s Brazilian Samba Rock legends), Funkadelic's Pedro Bell, Nardwuar vs. Jimmie "JJ" Walker, Pop goddess Margio Guryan interview, Paul Burlison (Johhny Burnette Rock & Roll Trio) interview, The C*nts, Brazillian underground scene report, Southern comedian T. Bubba, Plus Handsome Dick, Ramones, Electric Prunes, Mark Lindsay, Creation, Downliners Sect and lotsa comix! Magazine
 
 
 



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