Category: Rock

RocknRoll High School - Ramones - End Of The Century / Pleasant Dreams (CD)

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  1. End of the Century, an Album by Ramones. Released 15 February on Sire (catalog no. SRK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Rock. Featured peformers: Joey Ramone (vocals), Johnny Ramone (guitar), Dee Dee Ramone (bass), Marky Ramone (drums), Barry Goldberg (piano, organ), Steve Douglas (saxophone), Ramones (writer), Boris Menart (engineer), Larry Levine (engineer), Bruce Gold .
  2. End of the Century () is a Studio album by Ramones. Genres: Punk Rock. Songs: Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?, I'm Affected, Danny Says, Chinese Rock, The .
  3. Find Ramones discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases End of the Century: Sire / Warner Bros. Pleasant Dreams: Warner Bros. Rock 'N' Roll High School: Sire Subterranean Jungle: Warner Bros. Too Tough to .
  4. Oct 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - RAMONES - Do You Remember Rock 'N Roll Radio YouTube Ramones - Live At The Rainbow - December 31, - Duration: The Ramones 3,, views.
  5. End of the Century is the fifth studio album by the American punk rock band the Ramones, released on February 4, , through Sire rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo album was the band's first produced by Phil Spector, though he had offered the band his assistance earlier in their rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo Spector fully producing the album, it was the first release that excluded original member Tommy Ramone, who in left the Genre: Punk rock, pop, pop punk.
  6. Aug 04,  · Ramones "End of the Century" happens to be my favourite Ramones album. It was the first "new release" by the band that I purchased way back in I was already hooked by the first four albums and the movie "Rock 'n' Roll High School" by then.
  7. Rock 'n' Roll High School ( Remaster) ( End Of The Century (Expanded & Remastered) Play all. Pleasant Dreams Play all.
  8. Highlights include a Spector-ized version of the theme to ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGH SCHOOL (markedly different from the cut on the movie soundtrack), "Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll," (their ode to '60s Top 40 radio), "Danny Says" (their ode to manager Danny Fields), and "Chinese Rocks" (Dee Dee Ramone's often-covered ode to copping heroin)/5(63).