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    Rocket To Russia

    Ranked 105/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Remastered Vinyl


    Rocket to Russia is the third studio album by the Ramones, and was originally released on November 4, 1977.

    1. Cretin Hop
    2. Rockaway Beach
    3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
    4. Locket Love
    5. I Don't Care
    6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    7. We're A Happy Family
    8. Teenage Lobotomy
    9. Do You Wanna Dance?
    10. I Wanna Be Well
    11. I Can't Give You Anything
    12. Ramona
    13. Surfin' Bird
    14. Why Is It Always This Way?
    Ramones
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Rocket To Russia (40th Anniversary Deluxe) Rocket To Russia (40th Anniversary Deluxe) Quick View

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    Rocket To Russia (40th Anniversary Deluxe)

    Ranked 105/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.



    Features New 40th Anniversary 'Tracking Mix' By Original Rocket To Russia Engineer/Mixer Ed Stasium


    Limited To 15,000 Copies


    Rhino will continue their Ramones archive releases with a 40th anniversary super deluxe edition of the band's third album, Rocket to Russia.


    The 1977 album is reissued as a 3CD+LP set and features two mixes of the album: a remastered version of the original and a new 40th Anniversary 'Tracking Mix' by original Rocket To Russia engineer/mixer Ed Stasium. The latter provides a 'back-to-basics' version of the album, and has a different track listing from the 1977 original. Stasium explains things in the sleeve 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." Both of these are squeezed onto the first CD.


    The second CD contains 24 rare and unreleased recordings 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 and more.


    The final CD includes a complete unreleased concert included on the third disc. The gig is from 19 Dember 1977 at the Apollo Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. This has been newly mixed from the multi-track tapes by Ed Stasium.


    The fourth disc is a vinyl LP which actually features the tracking mix, not the original album.


    As with previous sets this comes packaged in a 12 x 12 hardcover book and will be limited to 15,000 copies. The pages in the book feature stories about the band by Sire Records founder Seymour Stein, details about making the album by Stasium, and extensive liner notes by Jaan Uhelszki.

    Disc One: Original Album

    Remastered Original Mixes


    1. Cretin Hop

    2. Rockaway Beach

    3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

    4. Locket Love

    5. I Don't Care

    6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker

    7. We're A Happy Family

    8. Teenage Lobotomy

    9. Do You Wanna Dance?

    10. I Wanna Be Well

    11. I Can't Give You Anything

    12. Ramona

    13. Surfin' Bird

    14. Why Is It Always This Way?

    40th Anniversary Tracking Mix

    15. Cretin Hop

    16. Rockaway Beach

    17. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

    18. Locket Love

    19. I Don't Care - Version 2

    20. It's A Long Way Back To Germany - Version 1

    21. We're A Happy Family

    22. Teenage Lobotomy

    23. Do You Wanna Dance?

    24. I Wanna Be Well

    25. I Can't Give You Anything

    26. Ramona

    27. Surfin' Bird

    28. Why Is It Always This Way?


    Disc Two: Bonus Material
    Mediasound/Power Station Rough Mixes


    1. Why Is It Always This Way? - Mediasound Rough, Alternate Lyrics *

    2. Rockaway Beach - Power Station Rough *

    3. I Wanna Be Well - Power Station Rough *

    4. Locket Love - Power Station Rough *

    5. I Can't Give You Anything - Power Station Rough *

    6. Cretin Hop - Power Station Rough *

    7. Happy Family - Power Station Rough *

    8. Ramona - Mediasound Rough, Alternate Lyrics *

    9. Do You Wanna Dance? - Mediasound Rough *

    10. Teenage Lobotomy - Mediasound Rough *

    11. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow - Mediasound Rough *

    12. I Don't Care - Version 2, Mediasound Rough *

    40th Anniversary Extras

    13. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow - Acoustic Version *

    14. It's A Long Way Back To Germany - Version 1-Dee Dee Vocal *

    15. Ramona - Sweet Little Ramona Pop Mix *

    16. Surfin' Bird - Alternate Vocal *

    17. Teenage Lobotomy - Backing Track *

    18. We're A Happy Family - At Home With The Family *

    19. Cretin Hop - Backing Track *

    20. Needles And Pins - Demo Version *

    21. Babysitter - B-Side Version

    22. It's A Long Way Back To Germany - B-Side Version

    23. Joey RTR Radio Spot Promo *

    24. We're A Happy Family - Joey & Dee Dee Dialogue *


    Disc Three: Live at Apollo Centre, Glasgow, Scotland (December 19, 1977)

    1. Rockaway Beach *

    2. Teenage Lobotomy *

    3. Blitzkrieg Bop *

    4. I Wanna Be Well *

    5. Glad To See You Go *

    6. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment *

    7. You're Gonna Kill That Girl *

    8. I Don't Care *

    9. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker *

    10. Carbona Not Glue *

    11. Commando *

    12. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow *

    13. Surfin' Bird *

    14. Cretin Hop *

    15. Listen To My Heart *

    16. California Sun *

    17. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You *

    18. Pinhead *

    19. Do You Wanna Dance? *

    20. Chain Saw *

    21. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World *

    22. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy *

    23. Judy Is A Punk *

    24. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue *

    25. We're A Happy Family *


    LP: 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix

    1. Cretin Hop

    2. Rockaway Beach

    3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

    4. Locket Love

    5. I Don't Care - Version 2

    6. It's A Long Way Back To Germany - Version 1

    7. We're A Happy Family

    8. Teenage Lobotomy

    9. Do You Wanna Dance?

    10. I Wanna Be Well

    11. I Can't Give You Anything

    12. Ramona

    13. Surfin' Bird

    14. "Why Is It Always This Way?


    * Previously Unreleased

    Ramones
    $64.99
    Vinyl LP + 3 CD Box Set - Sealed Buy Now
  • It's Alive It's Alive Quick View

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    It's Alive

    Import

    One of the greatest live albums of all time, It's Alive captures the Ramones at their absolute peak. Recorded at London's Rainbow Theater on New Year's Eve 1977, the album contains songs (every one a classic) from the band's landmark first three albums: Ramones, Ramones Leave Home, and Rocket to Russia performed at breakneck speed in under an hour. In fact, the band only pauses long enough for bassist Dee Dee to count off the next tune -- one-two-three-four! -- and for singer Joey to complain about some bad chicken vindaloo. It has often been said that the Ramones helped save rock & roll by making it fun again -- It's Alive is the perfect case in point. Long live the Ramones!

    - Eduardo Rivadavia (All Music)

    LP1
    1. Rockaway Beach
    2. Teenage Lobotomy
    3. Blitzkrieg Bop
    4. I Wanna Be Well
    5. Glad To See You Go
    6. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
    7. You're Gonna Kill That Girl
    8. I Don't Care
    9. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
    10. Havana Affair
    11. Commando
    12. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
    13. Surfin' Bird
    14. Cretin Hop


    LP2
    1. Listen To My Heart
    2. California Sun
    3. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
    4. Pinhead
    5. Do You Wanna Dance
    6. Chainsaw
    7. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
    8. Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy
    9. Judy Is A Punk
    10. Suzy Is A Headbanger
    11. Let's Dance
    12. Oh Oh I Love Her So
    13. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue

    Ramones
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • ...Ya Know? (Awaiting Repress) ...Ya Know? (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    ...Ya Know? (Awaiting Repress)

    BMG Rights Management presents Joey Ramone's second solo album, "...Ya Know?", eleven years after his life was cruelly cut short by lymphoma. The tracks were drawn from a cache of demos and unreleased recordings that Joey had cut at various times during the last decade and a half of his life.


    His brother, musician Mickey Leigh, executive produced the project. It was of the utmost importance to me that these remaining songs of Joey's be finished properly, and made available for the world to hear, Leigh says of "...Ya Know?", which is comprised primarily of never-before-heard songs written and sung by his brother.


    But this is no half-baked grab-bag of odds and ends. Rather, it's a riveting collection of first-rate songs that embody Joey's trademark intensity and wit, and that can stand proudly alongside his most beloved Ramones compositions. It's also a fitting, if belated, follow-up to Joey's first solo album Don't Worry About Me, which was recorded just prior to his death and released the following year.


    "...Ya Know?", whose title refers to the phrase that was a ubiquitous staple of Joey's conversation, adds a significant new chapter to the seminal punk icon's hugely influential body of work. Among the many talented people Mickey Leigh and Joey's manager Dave Frey reached out to in bringing "...Ya Know?" to fruition was veteran producer Ed Stasium, who was behind the board for many of the Ramones' greatest albums, including their early classics Leave Home, Rocket to Russia and Road to Ruin.


    In addition to producing ten of the album's fifteen tracks, Stasium also contributed instrumentation and vocals to each. The swaggering album-opener Rock 'n' Roll Is the Answer (co-written with Plasmatics guitarist Richie Stotts) will be released as a limited-edition 7" single for Record Store Day on April 21, 2012.


    That song and the hometown shout-out New York City demonstrate Joey's knack for channeling his personal passions into bracing anthems. The playfully breezy Make Me Tremble (which Joey wrote and recorded with Dictators founder Andy Shernoff) and the bittersweet acoustic ballad Waiting for That Railroad find him exploring some of the more introspective territory that he'd been unable to visit within the format of his former band.


    Elsewhere on "...Ya Know?", I Couldn't Sleep is a collaboration between brothers Joey and Mickey, who also teamed up to record a romantic alternate version of the Ramones' holiday classic Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight) in Joey's apartment. Meanwhile, a previously unreleased reprise of Joey's late-period Ramones tune Life's A Gas ends the album on an appropriately uplifting note.


    Also contributing to "...Ya Know?" is an assortment of musicians and producers whose prior relationships with Joey help to give the album an organic vibe that enhances its power and character. The cast of players includes Joan Jett, and Little Steven Van Zandt, who plays guitar on Party Line and wrote the album's poignant liner notes, along with such notables as former Ramones drummer Richie Ramone, Bun E. Carlos of Cheap Trick, Dennis Diken of the Smithereens, Richie Stotts, Patti Smith Group guitarist Lenny Kaye, punk survivor Holly Beth Vincent, members of the Ramones' punk-era contemporaries The Dictators, and producers Jean Beauvoir and Joe Blaney.


    The resulting album is a brilliant encapsulation of the qualities that made Joey Ramone one of rock's most unlikely, yet most beloved, heroes. Leigh reflects "Over the past eight years I've been getting barrages of emails and Facebook messages from Joey's fans, wanting to know when this album would be coming out. So having it finally become a reality gives me a feeling of triumph, not for me, but for my brother, and for his fans. And there's not the slightest doubt in my mind that people are gonna be blown away by it.

    1. Rock 'n' Roll Is The Answer
    2. Going Nowhere Fast
    3. New York City
    4. Waiting For That Railroad
    5. I Couldn't Sleep
    6. What Did I Do To Deserve You?
    7. Seven Days of Gloom
    8. Eyes of Green
    9. Party Line
    10. Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight)
    11. 21st Century Girl
    12. There's Got To Be More To Life
    13. Make Me Tremble
    14. Cabin Fever
    15. Life's A Gas
    Joey Ramone
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    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
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