Check out "I Wanna Be Sedated" in the new SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Official Teaser Trailer!
When Monday hits you....
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
Merry Christmas! Hope everybody had a Punk Rocking holiday!
When Monday comes too fast...
Happy Friday! Archie Meets Ramones Limited Edition Comic Book is selling out quick! Go check out this awesome high end Giclee Print of the Gisele Agace art comic book before its all gone! *Link in Bio*
LIVE IN GLASGOW, DECEMBER 19, 1977 is available on vinyl for the very first time! The 2LP set includes the band’s incendiary live show from the 1977 Rocket to Russia U.K. Tour. Mixed by Ed Stasium and featuring a custom laser etched Ramones eagle on side 4, you can find this limited numbered edition on 180 gram vinyl at your nearest independent retailer - https://recordstoreday.com/
Rocking out this Weekend like...
For this year’s Black Friday, LIVE IN GLASGOW, DECEMBER 19, 1977 will be available on vinyl for the very first time! The 2LP set includes the band’s incendiary live show from the 1977 Rocket to Russia U.K. Tour. Mixed by Ed Stasium and featuring a custom laser etched Ramones eagle on side 4, you can find this limited numbered edition on 180 gram vinyl at your nearest independent retailer. https://recordstoreday.com/
ROAD TO RUIN: 40th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION Available now. Link in Bio
Check out the never-before-seen official music video for ‘She's The One' from the 1978 album 'Road To Ruin'. ROAD TO RUIN: 40th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION, a 3CD/1LP including a remastered version of the original and a new 40th anniversary mix by co-producer Ed Stasium, along with an unreleased live show recorded in New York in 1979, and a treasure trove of unissued mixes, alternate versions & rare tracks is available NOW! Link in Bio for all information!
Happy Birthday Dee Dee! The Ramones Founding Member was born in 1951 Fort Lee, Virginia.
Johnny Ramone: October 8, 1948 – September 15, 2004 “Johnny was meant to be a musical warrior. Joey, Dee Dee, and I gravitated to him because he was so charismatic and interesting. He was the magnet that pulled us together.” - Tommy Ramone #JohnnyRamone #Legend #GuitarHero #RIPJohnnyRamone #RockGod
Listen to the previously unreleased recording of "Sheena Is A Punk Rocker" from the band's 1979 New Year's Eve concert recorded in New York City at The Palladium from the upcoming 40th anniversary edition of ROAD TO RUIN. Link in Bio! Available September 21, the ROAD TO RUIN deluxe edition features the entire previously unissued Palladium show, plus the superior remastered original album and new 40th anniversary mix by co-producer Ed Stasium & more!
New York City. The greatest city in the world. Home to the Ramones.
23 years ago, the Ramones released their fourteenth studio album, ¡Adios Amigos! Stream it on @spotify here - bit.ly/RamonesAdiosAmigos
The Ramones released the band’s fourth studio album, Road To Ruin, 40 years ago this September. Dee Dee, Joey, and Johnny were joined for the first time by drummer Marky Ramone, who replaced founding member Tommy Ramone, who’d left to do more producing and writing for the band. It was also the album that introduced a nation of pinheads to the all-time Ramones’ classic “I Wanna Be Sedated.” To celebrate the milestone, Rhino will release the album on September 21, a day before the anniversary of the album’s original release on September 22, 1978. The 3CD/1LP boxed set ROAD TO RUIN: 40th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION contains two different mixes of the album, unissued rough mixes for every album track, and an unreleased 1979 concert recording of the Ramones in New York. It will be produced in a limited and numbered edition of 7,500 copies worldwide and comes packaged in a 12 x 12 hardcover book. Along with the music, the set also features rare photos and artwork, including the unused, alternate album cover image, plus essays about the album by former New York Rocker writer Roy Trakin, album cover artist John Holmstrom, and Road To Ruin producer Ed Stasium, who details the making of this classic album. Link in Bio to pre-order and die all info!
Happy 4th of July! On this day in 1976, the Ramones played in London at the Roundhouse for their first iconic show outside of the U.S.!
GABBA GABBA HEY! It's the weekend! 📸: Jenny Lens
Dee Dee Ramone: September 18, 1951 – June 5, 2002. "Dee Dee was the bad-ass of the Ramones.” - George Tabb, New York Press.