The Ramones Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Ramones at Norman Records

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Road To Ruin

Originally released in 1978, Road To Ruin was the fourth album by legendary New York punks The Ramones. It includes the classic I Wanna Be Sedated along with their version of the much covered ‘60s Jack Nitzsche / Sonny Bono-penned song Needles and Pins. It also saw Marky Ramone replace Tommy Ramone behind the drum kit. 

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1, 2, 3, 4! As one of the most influential documents in rock’n’roll history, Da Brudders’ 1976 debut hardly warrants an introduction. Still, it’s always a shock to hear how raw and minimal the Craig Leon-produced album is. And all done and dusted in 29 minutes, baby. This LP reissue is cut from analogue masters, decently priced too.

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End Of The Century

Drafting in Phil Spector to produce the fifth Ramones album seemed like an odd move in 1980, even considering da brudders’ 60s pop obsessions. It was an expensive and unpleasant recording experience, but paid dividends. The stomping Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?, Rock 'n' Roll High School and the Ronettes’ cover Baby I Love You were as bombastic and commercial as the band ever got. More aggressive faire like the Dee Dee and Richard Hell-penned heroin anthem Chinese Rocks also excelled with the wall of sound approach. Not the first Ramones LP you might reach for, but a fine one nonetheless.

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Leave Home

The first four Ramones albums are essential as far as any punk fan is concerned. 'Leave Home' is their second album and it saw the New York leather jacket sporting legends double tracking their sound for a more polished sound than their iconic debut. The rapid-fire rhythms, short pace and catchy bubblegum melodies are still more than apparent, as are the hits. You'll find 'Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment', 'Pinhead', 'Swallow My Pride', 'Commando' and 'California Sun' on this record which spits in the face of any idea of a sophomore slump. "One two three four!"

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WBUF FM Broadcast, Buffalo NY, February 8th 1978

Just because punk is dead doesn’t mean we can’t love it, right? Imagine you were trying to tape a show off the radio, but then you did it in perfect quality, got it pressed on vinyl and added a sleeve and nice cover for it. Also, the band you were taping was the Ramones while they were riding the peak of their potential in 1978, and you still get to be mad at your parents. What more could you possibly want from life?

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Rocket To Russia

40th anniversary edition of the Ramones third album Rocket to Russia. This one features many of their most classic songs such as  'Sheena Is A Punk Rocker' and 'Rockaway Beach'. This edition contains two dozen rare and unreleased tracks plus a never before heard recording of their show at the Apollo, Glasgow in 1977. Altogether now 1-2-3-4. 

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Live at The Roxy - August 12, 1976

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Old Waldorf, San Francisco 31st January 1978

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The Musikladen Recordings 1978

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Morrissey Curates The Ramones

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Meltdown With The Ramones

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It's Alive

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