domingo, 17 de mayo de 2009

· "Rocket to Russia" - The Ramones

Rocket to Russia is the third album by American punk group the Ramones, their last with original drummer Tommy Ramone. Released on November 4, 1977, the album incorporates surf rock and other influences. It includes some of the Ramones' best-known songs, including "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" and "Teenage Lobotomy". In 2003, the album was ranked number 105 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album was recorded in late August 1977 at Media Sound studios in Midtown Manhattan. The cost of recording Rocket to Russia was roughly $25,000, which was significantly higher than that of the band's two previous records. At the request of guitarist Johnny Ramone, "Punk Magazine" editor and illustrator John Holmstrom produced the sleeve art, a cartoonish view of the world from a rocketship with a pinhead, emblematic of the band, grabbing onto it. In 1978, the album peaked at #49 on the Billboard pop albums chart, making it one of the band's most popular releases. On June 19, 2001, Rhino Records re-released the album. In addition to remastering the tracks from the original album, it included alternate versions of album tracks as well as a B-side, and that is the following…

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01- Cretin Hop
02- Rockaway Beach
03- Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
04- Locket Love
05- I Don't Care
06- Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
07- We're A Happy Family
08- Teenage Lobotomy
09- 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?

Bonus Tracks

15- Needles & Pins (Early Version)
16- Slug (Demo)
17- It's A Long Way Back To Germany (U.K. B-Side)
18- I Don't Care (Single Version)
19- Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (Single Version)

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