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Ramones - The Sire Years 1976-1981(2013)

Rock, Punk, Discographies | Author: artmuss | 18-01-2014, 10:05
Ramones - The Sire Years 1976-1981(2013)
Artist: Ramones
Title Of Album: The Sire Years 1976-1981
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Rhino Entertainment / 8122-796278
Genre: Punk Rock
Total Time: 3:16:13
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 1.45 gb

New Boxed Set Features Seminal First Six Albums From The Punk Rock Pioneers The Six-Disc Collection Arrives October 29 From Rhino

“Hey ho, let’s go!” With that call to arms the Ramones launched their recording career and changed the face of music forever, spawning punk rock and reinvigorating the ailing art form known as rock ’n’ roll. Formed in the Forest Hills section of Queens, NY in 1974, the Ramones were completely original, forging a whole new sound and direction for music and giving birth to punk.

Rhino explores the incomparable footprint of the Ramones’ musical legacy with a boxed set featuring the band’s seminal first six albums. RAMONES: THE SIRE YEARS (1976-1981) includes the band’s 1976 eponymous debut, LEAVE HOME (1977), ROCKET TO RUSSIA (1977), ROAD TO RUIN (1978), END OF THE CENTURY (1980), and PLEASANT DREAMS (1981), each presented with their original running order and artwork. The set will be available on October 29. The set will also be available digitally.

With the 1976 release of their debut album the Ramones issued a manifesto with their groundbreaking sound, inspiring countless others to pick up guitars and rock. RAMONES contains 14 tunes—including classics like “Blitzkrieg Bop,” “Beat On The Brat,” “Judy Is A Punk,” and “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend”—and runs a tight 32 minutes, thanks to the fact that every song clocks in well under three minutes (and many under two).

The Ramones’ sophomore effort LEAVE HOME saw the band expanding their sound slightly by including more melodic songs like “What’s Your Game,” “Swallow My Pride,” and “I Remember You.” But the chain saw guitars were still sharp in songs like “Glad To See You Go,” “Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment,” and “Pinhead,” with its classic “Gabba Gabba Hey!” chant.

ROCKET TO RUSSIA continued the Ramones’ full-scale assault on the indulgent arena rock of the day with another 14 blistering tracks, including the classics “Sheena Is A Punk Rocker” and “Teenage Lobotomy.” The disc also features the band’s reworkings of “Do You Wanna Dance?” and “Surfin’ Bird.”

The fourth and final Ramones disc of the 1970s, ROAD TO RUIN, was the first to feature a three-minute-plus song, “I Wanted Everything.” The album also contained “I Wanna Be Sedated,” perhaps the best-known Ramones track ever and their signature cover of “Needles & Pins.”

END OF THE CENTURY found the Ramones indulging their love for the sounds of the ’60s with storied pop hitmaker Phil Spector behind the boards for his last commercial release as producer. The “Wall Of Sound” treatment of songs like “Baby, I Love You,” “Danny Says,” and “Do You Remember Rock ‘N’ Roll Radio?” helped make the album the Ramones’ most commercially successful effort ever.

The Ramones followed up with PLEASANT DREAMS in 1981, an album that saw the band letting their pop influences show. Produced by Graham Gouldman (ex-10cc), the disc contains some of the band’s most infectious tracks, including “We Want The Airwaves” “The KKK Took My Baby Away,” and “She’s A Sensation.”


Disc 1
1. Blitzkrieg Bop 2:13
2. Beat On The Brat 2:32
3. Judy Is A Punk 1:32
4. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend 2:24
5. Chain Saw 1:56
6. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue 1:36
7. I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement 2:40
8. Loudmouth 2:15
9. Havana Affair 1:57
10.Listen To My Heart 1:58
11.53rd & 3rd 2:21
12.Let's Dance 1:52
13.I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You 1:43
14.Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World 2:17

Disc 2
1. Glad To See You Go 2:13
2. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 1:44
3. I Remember You 2:21
4. Oh Oh I Love Her So 2:09
5. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 1:55
6. Suzy Is A Headbanger 2:14
7. Pinhead 2:45
8. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy 2:16
9. Swallow My Pride 2:10
10.What's Your Game 2:41
11.California Sun 2:07
12.Commando 1:53
13.You're Gonna Kill That Girl 2:44
14.You Should Never Have Opened That Door 1:59
15.Babysitter 3:04

Disc 3
1. Cretin Hop 1:55
2. Rockaway Beach 2:06
3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:49
4. Locket Love 2:11
5. I Don't Care 1:39
6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 2:49
7. We're A Happy Family 2:40
8. Teenage Lobotomy 2:01
9. Do You Wanna Dance 1:55
10.I Wanna Be Well 2:28
11.I Can't Give You Anything 2:01
12.Ramona 2:38
13.Surfin' Bird 2:37
14.Why Is It Always This Way 2:22

Disc 4
1. I Just Want To Have Something To Do 2:41
2. I Wanted Everything 3:18
3. Don't Come Close 2:45
4. I Don't Want You 2:26
5. Needles & Pins 2:21
6. I'm Against It 2:07
7. I Wanna Be Sedated 2:29
8. Go Mental 2:42
9. Questioningly 3:21
10.She's The One 2:13
11.Bad Brain 2:25
12.It's A Long Way Back 2:22

Disc 5
1. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio 3:51
2. I'm Affected 2:55
3. Danny Says 3:09
4. Chinese Rock 2:31
5. The Return Of Jackie And Judy 3:15
6. Let's Go 2:37
7. Baby, I Love You 3:51
8. I Can't Make It On Time 2:34
9. This Ain't Havana 2:19
10.Rock 'N' Roll High School 2:41
11.All The Way 2:29
12.High Risk Insurance 2:14

Disc 6
1. We Want The Airwaves 3:22
2. All's Quiet On The Eastern Front 2:13
3. The Kkk Took My Baby Away 2:32
4. Don't Go 2:48
5. You Sound Like You're Sick 2:42
6. It's Not My Place (In The 9 To 5 World) 3:23
7. She's A Sensation 3:29
8. 7-11 3:35
9. You Didn't Mean Anything To Me 3:00
10.Come On Now 2:33
11.This Business Is Killing Me 2:41
12.Sitting In My Room 2:37

Ramones (1976)
Rocket To Russia (1977)
Leave Home (1977)
Road To Ruin (1978)
End Of The Century (1979)
Pleasant Dreams (1981)

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