Rhino Reissues The Ramones' First Four Albums

Available instore August 26th 2011

Hey, ho, let's go. Rhino celebrates the Ramones' indelible musical legacy with reissues of the pioneering group's first four albums on 180-gram vinyl. Ramones, Leave Home, Rocket To Russia and Road To Ruin look amazing and come in accurate reproductions of the original packaging. More importantly, the records sound magnificent and were made using lacquers cut from the original analog masters by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering.

For these releases, Rhino will - for the first time ever on vinyl - reissue the first pressing of Leave Home, which includes "Carbona Not Glue," a track that was replaced with "Sheena Is A Punk Rocker" on all subsequent pressings.

Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee and Tommy Ramone. The original line-up - along with Marky Ramone who joined in 1978 - helped blaze a trail more than 30 years ago with this classic four-album run. It's hard to overstate how influential the group's signature sound - minimalist rock played at maximum volume - was at the time, and still is today.

These four landmark albums - Ramones (1976), Leave Home (1977), Rocket To Russia (1977) and Road to Ruin (1978) - contain such unforgettable songs as: "Blitzkrieg Bop," "Sheena Is Punk Rocker," "Beat On The Brat," "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue," "Pinhead," "Rockaway  Beach" and "I Wanna Be Sedated."

The Ramones

180gr Vinyl LP (4x)

VÖ-Datum 26.8.2010

750 x 750 
JPEG / 0,2 MiB 
1665 x 1470 
JPEG / 0,2 MiB 
1669 x 1485 
JPEG / 0,5 MiB 
1662 x 1485 
JPEG / 0,4 MiB 
2100 x 865 
JPEG / 0,3 MiB 


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