Road To Ruin And Expanded - Ramones Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Classic Punk / Artist: Ramones / Original recording remastered / Audio CD released ... more
Road To Ruin And Expanded - Ramones ... 2001-06-25 at Rhino / Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 I Just Want To Have Something To Do
2 I Wanted Everything
3 Don't Come Close
4 I Don't Want You
5 Needles And Pins
6 I'm Against It
7 I Wanna Be Sedated
8 Go Mental
10 She's The One
11 Bad Brain
12 It's A Long Way Back
13 I Want You Around
14 Rock 'n' Roll High School
15 Blitzkrieg Bop/Teenage Lobotomy/California Sun/Pinhead/She's The One
16 Come Back She Cried (I Walk Out)
17 Yea Yea
Newest Review: ... Come Close" is a slower song with acoustic tones and Dee Dee's bass lines can be enjoyed to the full. The song has a ... more
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Customer Road To Ruin And Expanded - Ramones Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/10/11, updated on 09/05/12 (Useful, 19 readings)
"Road to Ruin" is the 4th studio album by American punk rock band, Ramones. It was released in 1978 on Sire Records and produced by Tommy Erdelyi & Ed Stasium. The line-up for the album was Joey Ramone (vocals), Johnny Ramone (guitar), Dee Dee Ramone (bass) and Marky Ramone (drums). This was the first Ramones album to feature former Richard Hell & the Voivods drummer, Marc Bell (aka Marky Ramone), who had replaced Tommy Ramone on the drum throne after he'd left to concentrate on producing albums, and specially, Ramones albums. "I Just Want to have Something to Do" gets the album off to a good start with quite possibly the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
A little dooyoo issue upstairs as they've labelled the album incorrectly - this should simply be 'Road to Ruin', here's guessing Dooyoo HQ don't get a regular dose of punk rock! Road to Ruin by The Ramones was their 4th album in the quick time of 2 years, released in 1978 it sounds a little different from it's predecessors with a cleaned up production sound. Lyrically and vocally, it's still basically catchy girl bands from the 60s with balls and slightly more aggressive lyrics. Catchy little punk riffs, deep nasally vocals and tight musicianship as you would expect from the band. I'm Against It is probably the most upbeat and enjoyable track with a decent ... Read the complete review
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