Wir versammeln Zitate aus Keith Richards bewegtem Leben. "[82] In 2012 the album was preserved by the National Recording Registry, deeming it "culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant. [31] "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" was released in September 1976 as a 7" single. [4][90] In 2003, Ramones was considered by Spin's Chuck Klosterman, Greg Milner, and Alex Pappademas to be the sixth most influential album of all time. Fields agreed and convinced Craig Leon to produce Ramones, and the band recorded a demo for prospective record labels. The Ramones got back to basics: simple, speedy, stripped-down rock and roll songs. "[65], "Let's Dance" is a cover version of the hit song by Chris Montez,[44] featuring Leon playing Radio City's large Wurlitzer pipe organ. Ramones contains a cover of the Chris Montez song "Let's Dance". With a playing time of 2:35, it is the longest piece on the album. "The song speaks for itself," Dee Dee commented in an interview. [117], Credits adapted from AllMusic. It contained the songs "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue", "53rd & 3rd", "I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement", "Loudmouth", and "Beat on the Brat". In 1974 the band played 30 performances, nearly all at the New York-based club CBGB. Featuring the songs "Judy Is a Punk" and "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend", the band used the demo to showcase their style to prospective labels. The cover photo features (from left to right) Johnny, Tommy, Joey and Dee Dee Ramone, staring at the camera with blank faces. [110] Screeching Weasel released Ramones (1992), which consisted of the band performing the entire album track list. Von Heiko Fengels. R.A.M.O.N.E.S. Voice, guitar, bass, drums. The Ramones began recording in January 1976, needing only seven days and $6,400 to record the album. [19], Recording for the album was expanded by Mickey Leigh (Joey's brother) and Leon with percussion effects, which went unmentioned in the liner notes to the album's release. For the cover album by Screeching Weasel, see, "Doing an album in a week and bringing it in for $6,400 was unheard of, especially since it was an album that really changed the world. "[7][13] The label offered to release "You're Gonna Kill That Girl" as a single, but the band declined, insisting on recording an entire album. [4], Despite the lack of popularity in its era, the importance of the album for the development of punk rock music was incredible, influencing many of the most well-known names in punk rock, including The Damned, the Clash, Black Flag, Misfits, and Green Day. Recording Industry Association of America, Gabba Gabba Hey: A Tribute to the Ramones, Blitzkrieg Over You! [19], The band applied microphone placement techniques similar to those which many orchestras used. [51] The song served as an inspiration for one of the first punk fanzines, Mark Perry's Sniffin' Glue. Die Band, eine Legende. They are all wearing ripped/faded blue jeans and leather jackets, standing upright against the brick wall of a private community garden called Albert's Garden, located in the Bowery neighborhood of New York City between Bowery Street and Second Street. The Ramones didn't have many big hits, but they were one of the most influential bands of the 1970s and arguably the founders of punk. "[105] The album also had a great impact on the English punk scene as well, with the bassist for Generation X, Tony James, saying that the album caused English bands to change their style. "[107], Each song on Ramones has been covered by various bands. Ramones peaked at number 111 on the US Billboard 200 and was unsuccessful commercially, though it received glowing reviews from critics. Die restlichen Songs sind keinesfalls schlecht. I Don’t Wanna Go Down to the Basement. Johnny Ramone died in his sleep in Los Angeles on September 15th, 2004. 14 tracks (28:51). Word was getting out, and people starting coming down. [54][66], "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You" segues into the closing track "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World", which refers to a Hitler Youth member. When they opened at Brockton, Massachusetts, the audience appeared extremely uninterested in the Ramones so Johnny swore off playing as an introduction for other bands. Es erschien erstmals am 23. Pop. Gefragt nach der größten Rock 'n' Roll Band der Welt werden die meisten antworten: "The Rolling Stones". This song would be me babysitting, laugh out loud. Stein accepted the revision and it was duly released. At the 20th second, the guitar and bass cease, marking Joey's first line, "Hey ho, let's go!" They used similar sound-output techniques[clarification needed] to those of the Beatles and used advanced production methods by Leon. "I stopped when I was eight [years old]. August 1996 E-Bass bei den Ramones und sang einige bekannte Ramones-Songs, deren Gesangspart zuvor von Ex-Mitglied Dee Dee Ramone beigesteuert worden war. Rockwell noted: "the effect in the end amounts to an abstraction of rock so pure that other associations get left behind. The Ramones were an American punk rock band that formed in the New York City neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens, in 1974. [30] On January 6, 2004, Rhino Entertainment re-released "Blitzkrieg Bop" as a CD single, using "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" as its B-side. Dee Dee, however, explained that the song was about how Joey saw a mother "going after a kid with a bat in his [apartment building's] lobby and wrote a song about it. [52], "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" – the album's slowest song – was solely written by Tommy and pays homage to love songs by pop music acts of the 1960s. : A Tribute to the Ramones featured a cover "Judy Is a Punk" in German,[112] and in 2000, both "Blitzkrieg Bop" and "Beat on the Brat" appeared on Dee Dee Ramone's solo release Greatest & Latest. [95] In 2010, it was ranked as the greatest debut album of the year in 1976. The songs are imaginative reductions of early rock & roll, girl group pop, and surf rock. In 1995, Jeff Tamarkin of The AllMusic Guide to Rock said that the album ignited the punk rock era, writing: "rock's mainstream didn't know what hit it. "[79] In July, Paul Nelson of Rolling Stone wrote in 1976 that the album was similar to early rock and roll, and was constructed using rhythm tracks of great intensity. Leon persuaded Sire president Seymour Steinto listen to the band perform, and he later offered the ban… [36] Leigh later said of the tour: Travelling was difficult. [25] Wadler later chose a photo by Roberta Bayley, a photographer for Punk magazine for the cover. [8][9] Producer Craig Leon, who had seen the Ramones perform in the summer of 1975, brought the demo to the attention of Sire Records' president Seymour Stein. [53], "I Don't Want to Walk Around with You" consists of two lyric lines and three major chords. Höre kostenlos Ramones – Ramones (Blitzkrieg Bop, Beat on the Brat und mehr). Ramones peaked at number 111 on Billboard and though commercially unsuccessful, it received positive reviews from critics. The image of a band in front of a brick wall dressed in ripped jeans and leather jackets was copied by Alvin and the Chipmunks in Chipmunk Punk. Ramones is considered to have established the musical genre of punk rock, as well as popularizing it years afterward. Leigh, who performed backing vocals on several tracks, asked guitarist Johnny why he was not mentioned on the record's credits. I'd play the drums during sound checks, while Tommy went out to the board and mixed the sound—and instructed the soundman not to fuck with the settings. "[82] In 2001, April Long of NME rewarded the album with a perfect score, remarking that the Ramones were "arguably the most influential band ever," despite their lack of mainstream acceptance. 1978 – in zwei Versionen: Als 3CD/1LP-Box Road To Ruin: 40 … One of the group's earliest compositions, written at the beginning of 1974, it was the opener on their first demo. The following year, Dee Dee died in Los Angeles on June 5th, 2002. No makeup, no egos, no light shows, no nonsense. The album was ranked at number 33 in Rolling Stone's 2012 list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time[2] and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in 2014. Theunis Bates, a writer for Time, summed the album up with: "Ramones stripped rock back to its basic elements ... lyrics are very simple, boiled-down declarations of teen lust and need. Es erschien erstmals 1991 auf dem Album 1916 und ist eine Hommage an die Band Ramones. "[82] Charles M. Young of Rolling Stone regarded Ramones as "one of the funniest rock records ever made and, if punk continues to gain momentum, a historic turning point. 1996 ist das Jahr der Trauer: die Ramones lösen sich auf. [35] Following this, Fields booked several headlining shows around the Tri-state area, and they began playing frequently at gigs like CBGB and Max's Kansas City. Yet, the punk songs are still there, and oh boy are they punk as fuck. [113] The compilation album Ramones Maniacs included Youth Gone Mad's version of "Blitzkrieg Bop" (featuring a guest appearance by Dee Dee Ramone) and Yogurt's rendition of "Beat on the Brat". In May, John Rockwell of the New York Times published a rave review, saying: "What the Ramones do is deliver a nonstop set of short, brisk, monochromatically intense songs. The entire text is composed of three lines, and the composition was based on three major chords. 1 alternative rock album. Ramone und ne gewaltige Menge Wumms. All but one of the band's 1975 gigs were booked for New York City, with Waterbury, Connecticut as the exception. ‘I Don’t Want To Grow Up’ Taken from the band’s 1995 album, and their final album ¡Adios Amigos! "[82] Bates also said that it "is the ultimate punk statement. "[91] Q Magazine included the album in their "100 Greatest Albums Ever" (2003) list, where it was listed at No. Linda Stein pushed to make these events happen, setting up the band performances in the UK during the United States Bicentennial. April 1976 auf dem Label Sire Records. 48 on the Swedish Sverigetopplistan chart. [114] "Blitzkrieg Bop", "Havana Affair", "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend", and "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue" were all covered on The Song Ramones the Same. [60], "Havana Affair" segues into "Listen to My Heart" – the first of many Ramones songs to voice an ironic and pessimistic perspective on a failing or failed relationship. [105] The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame said of their influence on rock in general: When the [Ramones] hit the street in 1976 with their self-titled first album, the rock scene, in general, had become somewhat bloated and narcissistic. Klosterman, Chuck; Milner, Greg; Pappademas, Alex. C. J. Ramone spielte von 1989 bis zur Auflösung der Band am 6. [120] [78] Reviewing that same month in The Village Voice, Robert Christgau said that, while the power of the band's music draws from "fairly ominous sources" like Nazi imagery and brutality, he cannot deny the "sheer pleasure" of the music: "For me, it blows everything else off the radio: it's clean the way the Dolls never were, sprightly the way the Velvets never were, and just plain listenable the way Black Sabbath never was. "[48] The album's sound was considered by Erlewine to be "all about speed, hooks, stupidity, and simplicity. Joey Ramone said of the track: "It was the ultimate honor - like John Lennon writing a song for you". [47] According to Tommy, the song's original concept was about "kids going to a show and having a good time", but the theme became more Nazi-related after its revision. [17] On the original issue of the album, all the original songs were credited to "the Ramones" collectively. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend. [64][67], Ramones was released on April 23, 1976, by Sire Records and received glowing reviews. Not only is the music boiled down to its essentials, but the Ramones offer a twisted, comical take on pop culture with their lyrics, whether it's the horror schlock of "I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement," the gleeful violence of "Beat on the Brat," or the maniacal stupidity of "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue." [115] We're a Happy Family: A Tribute to Ramones (2003) featured several of the album's songs covered by bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers ("Havana Affair"), Rob Zombie ("Blitzkrieg Bop"), Metallica ("53rd & 3rd"), U2 ("Beat on the Brat"), Pete Yorn ("I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend"), and John Frusciante ("Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"). Billie Joe Armstrong, singer for Green Day, explained his reasoning for listening to the band: "they had songs that just stuck in your head, just like a hammer they banged right into your brain. Ramones were an American punk rock band that formed in the New York City neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens in 1974. [24][25] The stance of the group members in the photograph would influence their future cover designs as well, with the majority of their succeeding albums using a picture of the band on the front cover. [3], The Ramones began playing gigs in mid-1974, with their first show at Performance Studios in New York City. Reviewer Gene Sculatti saw it as "a rock 'n' roll reactionary's manifesto" ... "a sharp wedge between the stale ends of a contemporary music scene bloated with graying superstars and overripe for takeover. [56] After several songs by the Ramones whose titles began with "I Don't Want to ...", Tommy said that "Now I Want to Sniff Some Glue" is the first positive piece on the album. The songs are imaginative reductions of early rock & roll, girl group pop, and surf rock. "[90] In 1999, Classic Albums by Collins GEM recognized Ramones as the start of English punk rock and called it the fastest and hardest music that could possibly be concocted, stating: "The songs within were a short, sharp exercise in vicious speed-thrash, driven by ferocious guitars and yet halting in an instant. [87] In 2001, the magazine also included the album in its special issue 25 Years of Punk with a list of The 50 Most Essential Punk Records, where it resided at the top spot. The Ramones - Songs 'n' Things -: Eine kurze Geschichte der besten Band der Welt & 20 ihrer größten Songs. The ingredients are simplicity itself." "[63] Johnny insisted that the song is about "Dee Dee turning tricks. [88] That same year, it was named the fourth best punk album by Mojo, who called it the "coolest, dumbest, simplest, greatest rock'n'roll record ever to be cut by four sweet, dysfunctional screw-ups. The record company paid only $125 for the front photo, which has since become one of the most imitated album covers of all time. They specialised in short, punchy songs with outrageous titles and darkly humorous lyrics, all performed at breakneck speed. After Hit Parader editor Lisa Robinson saw the band at a gig in New York City, she wrote about them in an article and contacted Danny Fields, insisting that he be their manager. "[51] The song's lyrics are fictional and refer to two juvenile offenders in Berlin and San Francisco and their possible deaths at the conclusion of the song. They are often cited as the first band to define the [97] People often say this album is the Ramones cross between Hardcore Punk, which is right of course! We would enlist the aid of any fan willing to help us load out at the end of the night. "[43] Many songs from the album have backing vocals from different guests. When he threatened to remove the track from the album, the band put together alternate lyrics: "I'm a shock trooper in a stupor, yes I am. After the album's recording, the Ramones headlined for very few shows, usually opening for an identified cover band which played Aerosmith and Boston. ", "I love this record—love it—even though I know these boys flirt with images of brutality (Nazi especially) in much the same way '. "[94] It was also included in the 2005 book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Ramones News, Kritiken, Songs, Alben, Streams und mehr... Es gab Zeiten, da hätte man gar nicht geglaubt, dass er alt wird. Ramones is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Ramones, released on April 23, 1976 by Sire Records. "[87] Also in 1995, the Spin Alternative Record Guide named it the No. [45] The piece resolves by repeating what is played from 0:22–0:33. [37] While most of the gigs were booked in North America, two dates—July 4 and 5—were in London's Roundhouse venue and Dingwalls, respectively. "[77] Nick Kent favourably commented in the NME: "This record poses a direct threat to any vaguely sensitive woofer and/or tweeter lodged in your hi-fi ...". The guitars can be heard separately on the stereo channels—electric bass on the left channel, rhythm guitar on the right—drums and vocals are mixed in the middle of the stereo mix. September - exakt einen Tag vor dem Original-VÖ-Date vor 40 Jahren am 22. I'm a Nazi Schatze, y'know I fight for the Fatherland" — insisting the track was offensive. Joey said that the song "was sort of a call to arms ... for everyone to start their own bands. I'm a Nazi Schatze, y'know I fight for the Fatherland." [62] In interviews, Dee Dee described the piece as autobiographical. It's our first album, you know, and we didn't want people to get confused. [60], Written solely by Dee Dee, the lyrics of "53rd and 3rd" concern a male prostitute ("rent boy"), waiting at the corner of 53rd Street and Third Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. [36], At the time, Leigh was road manager, stage manager, chauffeur, and head of security. Beat on the Brat. [39] Leigh described the Dingwalls gig as very similar to performances at CBGB. Fields agreed because the band "had everything [he] ever liked,"[6] and became the manager in November 1975. 74. Es erschien erstmals am 23. After Hit Parader editor Lisa Robinson saw the band at a gig in New York City, she wrote about them in an article and contacted Danny Fields, insisting that he be their manager. And that toilet was certainly very scary. "[25], The artwork became one of the most imitated album covers in music. Punk rock—that rama-lama super fast stuff—is totally down to the Ramones. She said that we changed her life; she started writing about us in Rock Scene, and then Lenny Kaye would write about us and we started getting more press like The Village Voice. Textpassage Sie bilden eine gerade Linie Sie gehen durch einen dichten Wind Die Kinder verlieren ihren Verstand Der Blitzkrieg Bop. [7][10][11] After being persuaded by Craig Leon and his ex-wife Linda Stein, the Ramones auditioned at Sire and were offered a contract, although the label had previously signed only European progressive rock bands. The song used a 12-string guitar, glockenspiel, and tubular bells in its composition,[53] and was said by author Scott Schinder to be an "unexpected romantic streak". [37][41] The band performed over 100 concerts the following year.[37]. [18] In 2004, Leon admitted that they recorded Ramones quickly due to budget restrictions, but also that it was all the time they needed. [15] Sessions began later that month and were completed within a week for $6,400;[16][17] the instruments took three days and the vocal parts were recorded in four days. ist ein Lied von Motörhead. [10][14], In January 1976 the band took a break from their live performances to prepare for recording at Plaza Sound studio. Johnny replied: "We didn't want people to get confused with who's in the band or who's not. Catchy song full of energy, one of the best song by Ramones.” 12. "When their album came out," commented James, "all the English groups tripled speed overnight. "[81] Critic Joe S. Harrington declared that the album was a huge landmark for music history, proclaiming that "[it] split the history of rock 'n' roll in half." Mit seinen schnellen, minimalistischen Musikstücken gilt es als wegweisend für die Entwicklung der Musikrichtung Punkrock. "[48][49], "Beat on the Brat" was said by Joey to have origins relating to the upper class of New York City. [36], Following their debut album's release, the band performed at over 60 concerts for its promotion. [85] Outside the US, the album peaked at No. Plus awesome album cover, just saying. They couldn't afford any more help at that point, so the band had to pitch in unloading the equipment. [51][57], "I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement" is also minimalist, and inspired by horror movies. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue. And that's the key to all of the Ramones' music -- it's simple rock & roll, played simply, loud, and very, very fast. Die Ramones waren eine US-amerikanische Musikgruppe aus dem Stadtbezirk Queens in New York City.Sie galten als Prototyp der Punkband, obwohl der Begriff Punk als Genrebezeichnung erst später im Zusammenhang mit einer britischen Subkultur populär wurde. Chain Saw. The black and white photograph on the front of the album was originally in an issue of Punk. [54], "Chain Saw" opens with the sound of a running circular saw and was influenced by the 1974 horror film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. The track was first aired before Phil Taylor and Würzel left the band. "[56] Dee Dee also explained that its concept came from adolescent trauma. [111] 1998's Blitzkrieg Over You! [7], On September 19, 1975, the Ramones recorded a demo at 914 Sound Studios, which was produced by Marty Thau. [56] (Asked about the bathroom at CBGB, Debbie Harry remarked: "I think that song from the Ramones is partially about that: 'I don't wanna go down to the basement ... ' As kids, we never wanted to go down to the basement cos it was so dark and scary. Ramones ist das Debütalbum der gleichnamigen US-Punk-Band Ramones. Many later deemed it a highly influential record, and it has since received many accolades, such as the top spot on Spin magazine's list of the "50 Most Essential Punk Records". [109] A tribute album titled Gabba Gabba Hey: A Tribute to the Ramones was released on August 30, 1991. "[48], Regardless of this critical acclaim, Ramones was not successful commercially. Erfahren Sie mehr über Veröffentlichungen, Rezensionen, Mitwirkenden und Lieder von Ramones - Leave Home auf Discogs. "[38] The band sold out for their first London performance, with an audience of roughly 3,000. ")[58], "Loudmouth" has six major chords and is harmonically complex. Weighing in at nearly 60 songs, with a hardcover book that includes an excellent history by David Fricke , it has to be said that the set has the heft of history, which is both a blessing and a curse. They noted that the album "saved rock from itself and punk rock from art-gallery pretension. [26], There were two singles released from the album: "Blitzkrieg Bop" and "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend". It included live versions of "California Sun" and "I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You" as B-sides, recorded at the Roxy Theater in West Hollywood in August 1976. "[99] The album was the start of the Ramones' influence on popular music, with examples being genres such as heavy metal,[100] thrash metal,[101] indie pop,[102] grunge,[103] post-punk,[104] and most notably, punk rock. Violence, drug use, relationship issues, humor, and Nazism were prominent in the album's lyrics. Beschreibung. They are often cited as the first true punk rock group. It was the simple pop dream taken to its minimalist extreme. "[6] Convinced that the band needed a recording contract, Robinson contacted Danny Fields, former manager of the Stooges, and argued that he needed to manage the band. [8][12] Drummer Tommy Ramone recalled: "Craig Leon is the one who got us signed, single handed. After its release, Ramones was promoted with two singles, which failed to chart. [59], "Havana Affair" has a lyrical concept incorporating the comic strip Spy vs. Spy by Cuban-born illustrator Antonio Prohias. The songs are also rather short; at two-and-a-half minutes, "I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement" is the album's longest track. And though the subject matter was sometimes dark, emanating from a sullen adolescent basement of the mind, the group also brought cartoonish fun and high-energy excitement back to rock and roll. Tommy died 10 years later, on July 11th, 2014, making him the last original member of the Ramones … "[83], Later reviews of Ramones tended to praise the album's influence on rock music. None of the songs clock in at any longer than two and half minutes, and most are considerably shorter. Vier Typen, Jeans, Lederjacken, Topffrisur. Most of the time, it was just Danny Fields, me, and the members of the band. [33] Even though the song saw some success in the UK and Europe, it failed to chart in the top 50.[34]. Vega, who contributed to the album's packaging, helped out with the road crew as much as possible. Die Donots hatten kürzlich den Entschluss gefasst, diesen Song neu einzuspielen und wurden im Studio in Person von CJ Ramone sogar von einem früheren Bandmitglied der Ramones unterstützt- CJ Ramone war von 1989 … It kicked off, "Blitzkrieg Bop" was written by Tommy, and later reviewed by Dee Dee. He brought down the vice president and all these people—he's the only hip one in the company. The album cover, photographed by Punk magazine's Roberta Bayley, features the four members leaning against a brick wall in New York City. 111 on the US Billboard 200,[84] and sold 6,000 units in its first year. Sonic Youth covered "Beat on the Brat" on their 1987 EP Master=Dik,[108] and, in 1991, German punk band Die Toten Hosen played "Blitzkrieg Bop" on their cover album Learning English, Lesson One. Ramones ist der Titel des Debütalbums der gleichnamigen US-Punk-Band Ramones. Not everybody thought so at the time – it was nominated for a Razzie for worst soundtrack song in ’89 – but it fits in perfectly with the band’s best 70’s stuff. [5] In early 1975, Lisa Robinson, an editor of Hit Parader and Rock Scene, saw the fledgling Ramones performing at CBGB and subsequently wrote about the band in several magazine issues. 9. Es ist außerdem das RAMONES-Album mit dem Song I Wanna Be Sedated, der für alle Pinheads – die RAMONES-Fans weltweit – der RAMONES-Klassiker schlechthin wurde. The bass and guitar gradually rebuild and become "full–force" once all the instruments play together in ensemble. [27] The release, along with the Ramones 2001 Expanded Edition, featured "Blitzkrieg Bop" remixed as a single version,[28][29] although it maintains a time of two minutes and twelve seconds. 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