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Ramones [Expanded]

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Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
“Hey, ho, let's go!” And with that, the Ramones introduced themselves to the world. The song was “Blitzkrieg Bop” and the album was entitled simply Ramones. For four decades, the Ramones have remained highly influential, showing budding musicians everywhere you don't need technique to create exuberant, catchy and joyous music. The band sped up classic, three-chord songs to a shazam-fast flash-fire, employing tinnitus-inducing redline wattage and amplification. The no-frills songwriting of such songs as "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" and "Let's Dance" is a reinterpretation of blue-eyed American pop, owing much to Phil Spector-produced girl groups of the early 1960s such as the Ronettes and songwriters such as Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys. Simple wins: The Ramones remain one of the most important rock bands of all time.

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“Hey, ho, let's go!” And with that, the Ramones introduced themselves to the world. The song was “Blitzkrieg Bop” and the album was entitled simply Ramones. For four decades, the Ramones have remained highly influential, showing budding musicians everywhere you don't need technique to create exuberant, catchy and joyous music. The band sped up classic, three-chord songs to a shazam-fast flash-fire, employing tinnitus-inducing redline wattage and amplification. The no-frills songwriting of such songs as "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" and "Let's Dance" is a reinterpretation of blue-eyed American pop, owing much to Phil Spector-produced girl groups of the early 1960s such as the Ronettes and songwriters such as Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys. Simple wins: The Ramones remain one of the most important rock bands of all time.

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About This Album

“Hey, ho, let's go!” And with that, the Ramones introduced themselves to the world. The song was “Blitzkrieg Bop” and the album was entitled simply Ramones. For four decades, the Ramones have remained highly influential, showing budding musicians everywhere you don't need technique to create exuberant, catchy and joyous music. The band sped up classic, three-chord songs to a shazam-fast flash-fire, employing tinnitus-inducing redline wattage and amplification. The no-frills songwriting of such songs as "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" and "Let's Dance" is a reinterpretation of blue-eyed American pop, owing much to Phil Spector-produced girl groups of the early 1960s such as the Ronettes and songwriters such as Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys. Simple wins: The Ramones remain one of the most important rock bands of all time.