• This is a pretty good fanclub release that I've never seen around. All the songs are in chronological order and the insert shows all the original singles artwork. Tracks A1 & A2 originally from the Cough / Cool 7" Tracks A3 to A6 originally from the Bullet 7" Tracks A7 to A9 originally from the Horror Business 7" Tracks A10 to A12 originally from the Night Of The Living Dead 7" Tracks B13 to B14 originally from the Halloween 7" Tracks B15 & B17 originally from the 3 Hits From Hell 7" Tracks B18 to B20 originally from the Die Die My Darling 12" Track B21 from the unreleased Teenagers From Mars 7" Track B22 from the unreleased Who Killed Marilyn? 12" Track B23 from the Beware 12" (Fan Club/Unofficial Release) https://youtu.be/N__rhKw2UHU
  • MISFITS | static age | LP

    19.00 incl. tax
    Static Age is an album by the American horror punk band Misfits, recorded in 1978. Although it was the first album the band ever recorded, it was not released in its entirety until 1996. In August 1977 The Misfits released their debut single "Cough/Cool" on Blank Records, a label operated by the band's lead vocalist Glenn Danzig. Several months later Mercury Records issued a Pere Ubu record on their own Blank Records imprint, unaware that Danzig held a trademark on the name. The parties came to a settlement, with Danzig accepting thirty hours of studio time for his band in exchange for the rights to the Blank Records name. In January and February 1978 the Misfits, then consisting of Danzig, guitarist Franché Coma, bassist Jerry Only, and drummer Mr. Jim, recorded seventeen songs at C.I. Recordings in New York City with engineer and producer Dave Achelis. Due to time constraints, the band recorded the songs live in the studio with only a few takes and very few overdubs. Ultimately fourteen of the seventeen tracks produced during the sessions were assembled for the Misfits' anticipated debut album, to be titled Static Age. However, the band were unable to find a record label interested in releasing the album. Instead, the Misfits released four of the new tracks ("Bullet", "We Are 138", "Attitude", and "Hollywood Babylon") as the "Bullet" single in June 1978 on Danzig's newly created label Plan 9 Records (the same four tracks, along with a remixed version of "Last Caress", were reissued on the Beware EP in January 1980). While on tour in Canada that October, guitarist Franché Coma abruptly quit the band, followed by drummer Mr. Jim at the tour's conclusion. With the band's future far from certain, the Static Age recordings were shelved indefinitely. Danzig recruited new members Bobby Steele and Joey Image and the Misfits shifted their style away from the traditional punk rock of the Static Age sessions to a more horror film-inspired direction. None of the remaining Static Age tracks were released during the early era of the band, though a re-recorded version of "Teenagers from Mars" appeared on the "Horror Business" single in 1979, and a live version of "We Are 138" appeared on the Evilive EP in 1982. After the band's breakup in 1983, Danzig overdubbed guitar and bass tracks on nine of the unreleased Static Age tracks ("Static Age", "TV Casualty", "Hybrid Moments", "Come Back", "Some Kinda Hate", "Theme for a Jackal", "Angelfuck", "Spinal Remains", and "She"), releasing these new versions on the 1985 Legacy of Brutality compilation album. Misfits followed in 1986, reissuing the tracks "Bullet" and "Hollywood Babylon" as well as the overdubbed version of "She". Collection II (1995) reissued "We Are 138" and "Attitude", the remixed version of "Last Caress", and the previously unreleased "Return of the Fly". With the release of the Misfits box set in 1996, the complete original Static Age album saw the light of day for the first time, eighteen years after the songs were recorded. The box set included all three compilation albums as well as a disc with all fourteen Static Age tracks that had been mixed in 1978. The remaining three tracks, "She", "Spinal Remains", and "In the Doorway", were mixed by Alan Douches and Tom Bejgrowicz on February 24, 1997, at West West Side Music and were included when Static Age was finally released as a standalone album that July. "In the Doorway" had never before been released, as it had remained unmixed on the master tapes for nineteen years. The album also included an unlisted eighteenth track consisting of a collage of studio banter and outtakes. Includes double sided insert. (D&V Records/Unofficial Release)
  • If the Misfits were one of the greatest punk bands then Walk Among Us released in 1982 is perhaps one of the greatest records in punk history. While Static Age and Earth AD showcased a band searching for an identity like a vampire for its next victim, Walk Among Us is almost sheer perfection. With a solidified lineup, fully grown-out devillocks (the Misfits trademark long spike of hair in the front) and the stabilizing presence of the somewhat pedestrian but agile arthur googy on drums, uber-misfit Glenn Danzig was finally able to match his zombie-elvis to a worthy musical foil. From the manic opening of 20 Eyes to the monster football chorus of Braineaters, there is nothing less than a sublime moment on this album from start to finish. Astro Zombies or I Turned into a Martian sound like songs to raise the dead by. a special bonus is perhaps the tenderest love song to decapitation (Skulls) in recent memory. Lp comes with double sided insert. (Ruby Records/Unofficial)
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    Re-issue Naked Raygun's 'All Rise' the second full-length album recorded by Chicago post-hardcore band in 1985 - on WHITE VINYL! Chicago punk legends Naked Raygun are famously, the first live band Dave Grohl ever saw, and even opened for the Foo Fighters at Wrigley Field, Chicago, 2015 All Rise was the first Naked Raygun album to feature Pierre Kezdy on bass and Eric Spicer on drums, though all of the album's songs had been written by vocalist Jeff Pezzati and guitarist John Haggerty before Kezdy and Spicer joined the band. (Audio PLatter)
  • Re-issue of Naked Raygun's - Jettison on TRANSPARENT RED VINYL! Naked Raygun's finest work came at a pivotal point in hardcore's nadir, and Chicago's finest did not disappoint with Jettison! The band is tightly wound, and whether they're ploughing straight ahead or experimenting with groove, Naked Raygun fill the air with grit and texture. Jettison is their masterpiece... (Audio PLatter)
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    Re-issue of Chicago punk legends Naked Raygun's album 'Throb Throb' – famously, the first live band Dave Grohl ever saw - ON CLEAR VINYL! From its onset, the tube-crunch surf guitar intro of "Rat Patrol," Throb Throb sizzles like grease in a frying pan until it comes to a halt some 30 minutes later. Like the tank on its cover, Throb is largely informed by an antagonism that rails against the Reaganism that helped spawn intelligent '80s post-punk groups much like Naked Raygun. Titles like "Surf Combat," a song about the effects of napalm at popular beaches, "Gear," a braggadocio commentary about nuclear weapons and the arms race, and "Managua," in which troops march to their impending death, exemplify Throb's political mentality and musical gravity, which are a direct result of the '80s Cold War. Naked Raygun sends the songs up with a sense-raping frazzle and dissonance. While not as furious as Hüsker Dü or as angry as the Misfits, Throb is no less vehement, and ever the more working-class. With comprehensible lyrics everyone can understand and chant, and a plethora of race-against-time guitar melodies, Throb is rare in that it appeals to academics as well as rednecks, straight-shooters as well as in-the-know punks. Borrowing from the big-guitar sound of English heavy metal bands like Iron Maiden and carving catchy melodies usually reserved for Top 40 pop songs into firebrands like "I Don't Know" and "Libido," Naked Raygun assures Throb's place as a classic that is forever ahead of its time, regardless of when it is heard. (Audio PLatter)
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    Naked Raygun is an American punk rock band that formed in Chicago in 1980. The band was active from 1980 to 1992, along with reunion shows in 1997, and since 2006. Chicago’s finest punk exports, Naked Raygun first five studio albums collected in one 5 CD set for the first time! Throb Throb, All Rise, Jettison, Understand and Raygun…..Naked Raygun collected and remastered Comes with fold out sleeve. Label: Audio Platter – PLATE074CD https://nakedraygun.bandcamp.com/music
  • Originally released in 1983 on UK punk label Razor Records and now available domestically for the first time in the USA. Take the ferocity and sloganeering of The Clash, and the call to arms of Stiff Little Fingers, and add the charm and rhythmic power of the Ramones, and you get this magical album. Loaded with witty and humorous songs about teenage frustrations, the complexities of relationships, and serious subjects as well, such as racial tensions, equality, and boredom. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    This classic punk album from these Scots was originally released in 1990, and has been unavailable for years now. 11 cuts of anarcho punk full of ecological issues, anger and Earth power... and classic anarcho pie receipe! "This album was originally released as a vinyl LP back in 1990 on the Words of Warning label. It was a small DIY punk label run by a friend of ours from Wales called Karl. He released quite a few good records until one of his bands got signed to EMI. Although they kept their feet on the ground it seemed that their "success" went to his head a bit and he got- a taste for the commercial "music business". That's something that has never interested us and we totally fail to see any attraction in that whole plastic and rotten world. Anyway, to cut a long story, Karl started to rip off the bands and eventually ended up as a dodgy drum and bass promoter in Bristol - money corrupts. Then a few years ago he re-released this LP on a CD in a really shitty cover with a booklet full of mistakes and no decent sleeve notes or artwork and pocketed the proceeds. So many folks have kept asking about these songs though that we thought it would be good to have this stuff available again but on a decent label and with decent artwork this time [...]" (Oi Polloi, Beltane 2006) (NNNW Records)
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    Originally released back in 1987 on Roddy Moreno's Oi! records, this album contains some of their best material ever: 12 aggressive Killer-Anthems, hard and tight played: "Punx'n'Skins", "Scum","Commies and nazis". Like a smack in the face! Rabid, violent, kickin'! Reissue with original artwork. (Mad Butcher Records)  
  • Originally released back in 1987 on Roddy Moreno's Oi! records, this album contains some of their best material ever: 12 aggressive Killer-Anthems, hard and tight played: "Punx'n'Skins", "Scum","Commies and nazis". Like a smack in the face! Rabid, violent, kickin'! Reissue with original artwork. Green Vinyl. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • *LIMITED EDITION INCLUDES 60X40 CM POSTER AND HYPE STICKER. Formed in 1979 in the northern English town of Fleetwood, Lancashire (a former major fishing port that had declined since the 1960s), One Way System was one of the most highly-rated ‘street punk’ groups that spun off from the British hardcore and Oi scenes. Mowhawk-sporting lead singer Gavin Whyte was initially joined by guitarist Craig Halliday, bassist Gaz Buckley and rapid-fire drummer Tez McDonald; the early demos of “Jerusalem,” “Spokesmen For Teenagers” and “1980s” included here were cut with that lineup, before former Zyklon B member David “Crabby” Ross joined as second guitarist, yielding the incendiary single “Stab The Judge” and the No Entry EP, issued by Blackpool’s Lightbeat Records in 1981. Halliday later quit the group and when McDonald joined The Fits, accomplished drummer Tommy Couch brought a totally different musical dimension, his command of the kit well beyond the abilities of most of his contemporaries. In addition to the demos and the Lightbeat material, this compilation also collects the singles and EPs issued by Cherry Red’s Anagram subsidiary between 1982-84, including the inaugural 45, “Give Us A Future.” Tracks 1-3 from 'No Entry' 7", Lightbeat 1982. Tracks 4-5 from 1982 single, Anagram. Tracks 6-11 from 1983 singles, Anagram. Tracks 12-15 from 'Visions Of Angels' 7", Anagram, 1984. Tracks 16-18 are 1982 demos. (Radiation Records)  
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    So if you want to explain to somebody the meaning of Oi, just play this record to him or her. Repress of the first album originally released in 1984 by these pioneers of strictly antifascist skinhead-music from Cardiff. 15 songs, each a killer. Absolutely classic! If you don’t already have it, go get your copy and educate yourself. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • 19 track round up of demos from The Partisans who formed in Bridgend, South Wales in 1978 and ended up being one of the cream of the UK82 punk movement. The first side of the LP has 10 tracks recorded in April 1980 in one day and like bands in their early years - it features mainly covers. It includes songs from the Sex Pistols, Stiff Little Fingers, UK Subs, Buzzcocks, UK Subs, Cockney Rejects and yes even more UK Subs. It also has primitive and raw versions of future Partisans classics No Time and I Don’t Give a Fuck. This demo has never been heard or released in any form. Less than a year later, February 1981 with Savage leaving and Louise joining on bass, the band have their most well know line up and are in full flow with a 6 track demo that was sent to No Future Records. It’s not surprising the label snapped them up straight away as the recordings are high energy and full of anthemic gems. The label released Police Story and Killing Machine as the debut 7” direct from these recordings. The other four tracks from this demo have never been released on vinyl. The last three tracks on the LP are the demos from 1982 recorded for No Future for the 17 Years of Hell Single. Rawer and more punk than the actual well know versions. All members of the bands helped in this release and shared original masters from which everything was remastered plus archive from their own personal collections including photos galore, handouts, ticket stubs, interviews etc which are included in the 28 Page Booklet. (Sealed Records)
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    Seminal record for any punk in UK, China or whatever you live, fucker!!!! The Partisans were formed in Wales south in 1978 with the original line-up of Phil Staton-voice, Rob "Spike" Harrington-guitar and backing vocals, Andy Lealand-second guitar, Mark "Shark" Harris-drums and Mark "Savage" Parsons-bass. This line-up will change after one year as Parsons and Staton left the band and Rob took the voice position and entering Louise Wright as bass player. Basically influenced by Sex Pistols, The Clash and Ramones, The Partisans started to cover those bands and playing some own sounds too. On September 1981 they released their first 7" under the label No Future Records, a fantastic single that helped the band to tour with the likes of Blitz, The Ejected and Peter and the Test Tube Babies. On May 1982 they released their second 7" and when 1983 arrived the band's debut LP was out. This debut LP is one of the seminal steps on British punk for sure, a record that still sound fresh and strong after 3o years. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • Formed in 1978 in the sleepy Brighton suburb of Peacehaven, Peter & The Test Tube Babies are one of the most legendary bands of the first wave of UK Oi! and punk. Known for their sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek lyrics and explosive live show, the band has been rocking stages for nearly 4 decades and are still going strong. Pissed & Proud, originally released in 1982, is their debut full-length album. They had previously released numerous singles and compilation tracks, but this live album - recorded in Hammersmith, Wood Green, and their original stomping ground, Brighton - was their biggest release yet. Not many bands debut with a live album, but for Peter & The Test Tube Babies, who were at that point legends for their live show, it made perfect sense. Essential UK Oi! reissued on vinyl, enjoy P&TTTB at their rawest, very best. BLUE Vinyl LP. (Radiation Records)
  • This was their official debut studio album released in 1983 album. The album hit No.4 in the UK Indie Chart. The album features Indie Charting singles ‘Zombie Creeping Flesh’ (No.2), ‘Blown Out Again’ (No.40) and ‘Wimpeez’ (No.8). One of the funniest and most endearing UK Punk bands PATTTB is still touring and playing big punk festivals all over the world. This will be the first domestic vinyl release of this classic UK album, the PNV reissue comes with inserts and fold out poster plus liner notes by Peter himself. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Puke n Vomit Records presents a reissue of Pure Hell sole full-length album, recorded in 1978 but not released until 2006. In 1974, on the streets of Philadelphia, a band unlike any other was formed. They called themselves Pretty Poison. They had a sound so ahead of its time that the music industry was not yet ready for it. They coupled the punk sound of the New York bands of the time with a harder, faster heavy metal edge unheard before. Their unique sound was a result of Kenny Gordon's berserk choreography and Preston Morris's needling guitar riffs, while Steel and Spider added synchronized barrage with no nonsense execution to the arsenal. Inspired by the famous fuel-altered dragster, they changed their name to Pure Hell in 1975. Soon after, they moved to New York City where they played with bands like the New York Dolls, Sid Vicious, Wayne County and the Electric Chairs, The Dead Boys, The Stimulators, Richard Hell, The Germs, The Nuns, The Cramps and more. In 1978 Pure Hell headlined a tour of the UK, with bands like the UK Subs, Wilko Johnson, Vermilion & the Aces and more opening for them. While in the UK, their only original record was released. It was a single released by their manager Curtis Knight on his label, Golden Sphinx Records. The songs on the single were "These Boots Were Made for Walking" and "No Rules." The single charted in the top 40 charts in the UK. During the same year, a full length album was recorded but was never released. It did not surface again for 28 years. (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    RAMONES | acid eaters | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    Acid Eaters is the thirteenth studio album by American punk rock band Ramones. Released in 1993, towards the end of the Ramones' career, the album is the band's first and only album entirely composed of covers. Acid Eaters forms a musical tribute to the Ramones' favorite artists of the 1960s and highlights the influences the Ramones took from garage rock bands like the Seeds and the Amboy Dukes, as well as from popular bands such as the Beach Boys, the Who and the Rolling Stones (all of whom are covered on this album). (Myebika Records/Unofficial Release)
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    RAMONES | anthology | 2xCD

    15.00 incl. tax
    Sex Pistols the first punk rockas? Feggedaboudit! Punk is as American as the Ramones, formed in Forest Hills, New York, in 1974. They were on their third LP when the Pistols debuted. Keying off their '60s U.S. pop and garage-band influences while sneering at the bloated state of '70s rock, Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, and Tommy virtually invented the loud 'n' snotty punk style and 'tude, playing in Bowery dives like CBGB. The band scored a deal with Sire Records and soon conquered the world, but on their own terms. By their 2,263rd, and final, concert in August 1996, the Ramones had outsmarted and outlasted most of their critics-and inspired countless followers. Now the godfathers of punk take a rocket to Rhino on this two-CD career-spanning collection. Produced with the band's cooperation, Hey! Ho! Let's Go! contains nearly 60 hard 'n' fast tracks from 14 albums, from 1976's Ramones to 1995's Adios Amigos-that's more than two-and-a-half hours of peak-volume punk. Also includes a hardback book gathering rare photos and memorabilia, along with extensive liner notes. Tracklist 1-1 Blitzkrieg Bop 2:14 1-2 Beat On The Brat 2:32 1-3 Judy Is A Punk 1:32 1-4 I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend 2:27 1-5 53rd & 3rd 2:20 1-6 Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue 1:37 1-7 Glad To See You Go 2:13 1-8 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 1:44 1-9 I Remember You 2:20 1-10 California Sun 2:03 1-11 Commando 1:54 1-12 Swallow My Pride 2:07 1-13 Carbona Not Glue 1:53 1-14 Pinhead 2:44 1-15 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 2:49 1-16 Cretin Hop 1:58 1-17 Rockaway Beach 2:08 1-18 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:50 1-19 Teenage Lobotomy 2:03 1-20 Surfin' Bird 2:37 1-21 I Don't Care 1:40 1-22 I Just Want To Have Something To Do 2:43 1-23 I Wanna Be Sedated 2:31 1-24 Don't Come Close 2:46 1-25 She's The One 2:15 1-26 Needles & Pins 2:23 1-27 Rock 'n' Roll High School 2:21 1-28 I Want You Around 3:02 1-29 Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio? 3:52 1-30 I Can't Make It On Time 2:33 1-31 Chinese Rock 2:30 1-32 I'm Affected 2:54 1-33 Danny Says 3:06 2-1 The KKK Took My Baby Away 2:31 2-2 She's A Sensation 3:26 2-3 It's Not My Place (In The 9 To 5 World) 3:23 2-4 We Want The Airwaves 3:22 2-5 Psycho Therapy 2:39 2-6 Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La) 4:06 2-7 Mama's Boy 2:12 2-8 Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love) 4:33 2-9 I'm Not Afraid Of Life 3:13 2-10 Too Tough To Die 2:38 2-11 Endless Vacation 1:50 2-12 My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down (Bonzo Goes To Bitburg) 3:57 2-13 Somebody Put Something In My Drink 3:23 2-14 Something To Believe In 4:09 2-15 I Don't Want To Live This Life (Anymore) 3:29 2-16 I Wanna Live 2:39 2-17 Garden Of Serenity 2:28 2-18 Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight) 2:05 2-19 Pet Sematary 3:34 2-20 I Believe In Miracles 3:21 2-21 Tomorrow She Goes Away 2:41 2-22 Poison Heart 4:04 2-23 I Don't Wanna Grow Up 2:46 2-24 She Talks To Rainbows 3:14 2-25 R.A.M.O.N.E.S. 1:24 (Rhino Records)
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    Original mixes by album producer Graham Gouldman and 3 additional songs from the sessions not included on the original album. Featuring alternative artwork found in the Warner Library. 140g yellow vinyl. Tracklist: A1 We Want The Airwaves A2 All’s Quiet On The Eastern Front A3 The Kkk Took My Baby Away A4 Don’t Go A5 You Sound Like You’re Sick A6 It’s Not My Place (In The 9 To 5 World) A7 I Can’t Get You Out Of My Mind B1 She’s A Sensation B2 7-11 B3 You Didn’t Mean Anything To Me B4 Sleeping Torubles B5 This Business Is Killing Me B6 Sitting In My Room B7 Touring Label: Sire Records Barcode: 603497834679
  • TRACKLIST 1 Rockaway Beach 2 Teenage Lobotomy 3 Blitzkrieg Bop 4 I Don't Want You 5 Go Mental 6 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 7 I Wanna Be Sedated 8 I Just Want To Have Something To Do 9 Bad Brain 10 I'm Against It 11 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 12 Havana Affair 13 Commando 14 Needles & Pins 15 I'm Affected 16 Surfin' Bird 17 Cretin Hop 18 Listen To My Heart 19 California Sun 20 I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You 21 Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World 22 Pinhead > Encore Break 23 Do Ya Wanna Dance 24 Suzy is a Headbanger 25 Let's Dance (LOCO MOTION - EVA009C/Unofficial Release)
  • 40th anniversary box set packaged in a 12" x 12" hardcover book on a limited edition of 15,000 individually numbered copies.
    Despite carrying on the celebratory tone of The Ramones' debut and Leave Home in the likes of Sheena Is A Punk Rocker, Cretin Hop a tribute to dirty Rockaway Beach and covers of The Trashmen and Do You Wanna Dance? Their third LP from 1977 displays a dark humour that's less jokey than the previous releases' goofs on bad mental health and dysfunctional relationships. the group's best-produced of its first three releases, rocket achieves an almost smooth texture thanks to a clean mix and increased use of Beach Boys-inspired vocal harmonies.
    The Ramones ignited the punk-rock movement with their eponymous 1976 debut album, revitalizing rock and roll at one of its lowest ebbs with attitude, energy and a loud, fast new sound. By cutting music down to its bare essentials – four chords; a simple, catchy melody; a sped up tempo and irresistibly inane lyrics, the Ramones blazed the trail for thousands of bands that followed, influencing everyone from The Clash and The Sex Pistols to Green Day and The Offspring. Although The Ramones never achieved mainstream financial success, they released 21 live and studio albums, had a devoted fan base and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. Contains two different mixes of the album: a remastered version of the original and a new 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix by originalRocket To Russia engineer/mixer Ed Stasium. The collection also includes a number of unreleased studio recordings, plus a previously unissued recording of the band’s 1977 concert in Glasgow, Scotland. The Deluxe Edition will be produced in a limited and numbered edition of 15,000 copies worldwide and comes packaged in a 12 x 12 hardcover book. Along with the music, the set also features stories about the band by Sire Records founder Seymour Stein, details about making the album by Stasium, and extensive liner notes by renowned music writer and co-founder of Creem Magazine, Jaan Uhelszki. The first disc of the Deluxe Edition features a remastered version of the original stereo mix for Rocket To Russia, plus the 2017 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix created by Stasium, which provides a back-to-basics version of the album, and a different track listing from the 1977 original. The 2017 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix is also featured on the LP that accompanies the Deluxe Edition. Stasium provides some details on the new Tracking Mix in the set’s liner notes: “When putting together this new Tracking Mix, I decided to include the versions of ‘I Don’t Care’ and ‘It’s A Long Way Back to Germany,’ since they were recorded during the Rocket To Russia sessions at Mediasound,and are completely different takes that have never been heard before. ‘Sheena’ has been omitted, as it was recorded in a totally different session a few months prior, in-between the Leave Home and Rocket To Russia albums.” Two dozen rare and unreleased recordings are found on the second disc, including rough mixes from sessions at Mediasound and The Power Station. There’s also an early version of “Needles And Pins” with Tommy on drums, the B-side single mix of “Babysitter,” an alternate version of “It’s A Long Way Back To Germany” with Dee Dee on vocals, an original radio promo with Joey Ramone, and more. A highlight of this Deluxe Edition is the complete unreleased concert included on the third disc. This never-before-heard multi-track recording of the band’s December 19, 1977 show at the Apollo Centre in Glasgow, Scotland captures the Ramones just a few days before the group recorded the classic live album It’s Alive, and mixed for this 40th Anniversary edition by Ed Stasium. In Glasgow, they played songs from all three studio albums including “Blitzkrieg Bop,” “Judy Is A Punk,” “Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment,” and “California Sun.” Tracklist: Remastered Original Mixes 1-1 Cretin Hop 1:55 1-2 Rockaway Beach 2:06 1-3 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:49 1-4 Locket Love 2:11 1-5 I Don't Care 1:39 1-6 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 2:49 1-7 We're A Happy Family 2:40 1-8 Teenage Lobotomy 2:01 1-9 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:55 1-10 I Wanna Be Well 2:28 1-11 I Can't Give You Anything 2:01 1-12 Ramona 2:37 1-13 Surfin' Bird 2:37 1-14 Why Is It Always This Way? 2:19 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix 1-15 Cretin Hop 1:57 1-16 Rockaway Beach 2:07 1-17 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:46 1-18 Locket Love 2:16 1-19 I Don't Care (Version 2) 1:51 1-20 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (Version 1) 2:23 1-21 We're A Happy Family 2:38 1-22 Teenage Lobotomy 2:04 1-23 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:54 1-24 I Wanna Be Well 2:30 1-25 I Can't Give You Anything 2:13 1-26 Ramona 3:06 1-27 Surfin' Bird 2:53 1-28 Why Is It Always This Way? 2:44 Mediasound/Power Station Rough Mixes 2-1 Why Is It Always This Way? (Mediasound Rough, Alternate Lyrics) 1:58 2-2 Rockaway Beach (Power Station Rough) 2:06 2-3 I Wanna Be Well (Power Station Rough) 2:28 2-4 Locket Love (Power Station Rough) 2:15 2-5 I Can't Give You Anything (Power Station Rough) 2:02 2-6 Cretin Hop (Power Station Rough) 1:55 2-7 We're A Happy Family (Power Station Rough) 2:14 2-8 Ramona (Mediasound Rough, Alternate Lyrics) 3:06 2-9 Do You Wanna Dance? (Mediasound Rough) 1:52 2-10 Teenage Lobotomy (Mediasound Rough) 2:02 2-11 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Mediasound Rough) 2:47 2-12 I Don't Care (Version 2, Mediasound Rough) 1:46 40th Anniversary Extras 2-13 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Acoustic Version) 2:48 2-14 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (Version 1, Dee Dee Vocal) 2:24 2-15 Ramona (Sweet Little Ramona Pop Mix) 3:07 2-16 Surfin' Bird (Alternate Vocal) 2:40 2-17 Teenage Lobotomy (Backing Track) 2:06 2-18 We're A Happy Family (At Home With The Family) 1:02 2-19 Cretin Hop (Backing Track) 1:58 2-20 Needles And Pins (Demo Version) 2:44 2-21 Babysitter (B-Side Version, Remastered) 2:45 2-22 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (B-Side Version, Remastered) 2:21 2-23 Joey RTR Radio Spot Promo 0:52 2-24 We're A Happy Family (Joey & Dee Dee Dialogue) 1:12 Live At Apollo Centre, Glasgow, Scotland (12/19/77) 3-1 Rockaway Beach 3:00 3-2 Teenage Lobotomy 2:08 3-3 Blitzkrieg Bop 2:03 3-4 I Wanna Be Well 2:21 3-5 Glad To See You Go 1:51 3-6 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 1:37 3-7 You're Gonna Kill That Girl 2:27 3-8 I Don't Care 1:40 3-9 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 2:26 3-10 Carbona Not Glue 1:34 3-11 Commando 1:58 3-12 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 3:14 3-13 Surfin' Bird 2:23 3-14 Cretin Hop 1:45 3-15 Listen To My Heart 1:38 3-16 California Sun 1:48 3-17 I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You 1:24 3-18 Pinhead 3:47 3-19 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:41 3-20 Chain Saw 1:31 3-21 Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World 3:25 3-22 Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy 2:03 3-23 Judy Is A Punk 1:15 3-24 Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue 1:22 3-25 We're A Happy Family 2:26 LP - 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix A1 Cretin Hop 1:57 A2 Rockaway Beach 2:07 A3 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:46 A4 Locket Love 2:16 A5 I Don't Care (Version 2) 1:51 A6 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (Version 1) 2:23 A7 We're A Happy Family 2:38 B1 Teenage Lobotomy 2:04 B2 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:54 B3 I Wanna Be Well 2:30 B4 I Can't Give You Anything 2:13 B5 Ramona 3:06 B6 Surfin' Bird 2:53 B7 Why Is It Always This Way? 2:44 (Rhino Records– R2 563470, Rhino Records – 081227932718, Sire – R2 563470, Sire – 081227932718, Ramones Productions Inc. – R2 563470, Ramones Productions Inc. – 081227932718)
  • RAMONES | same title | LP

    21.00 incl. tax
    The Ramones released its second album of the calendar year (and third overall) on November 4, 1977, capping off one of the biggest years in the history of punk with Rocket To Russia. Among the band’s best-loved albums, it features classics like Sheena Is A Punk Rocker and Rockaway Beach along with their signature covers of Do You Wanna Dance? and Surfin’ Bird. It’s also the last album ever recorded by all four founding members, as drummer Tommy Ramone left soon after to focus on writing and producing. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl with all original replica packaging, including printed inner sleeves. Lacquers cut from the original analog masters by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering. (Sire Records/Rhino 2018)


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