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FORMED: 1974, New York, NY
DISBANDED: 1996

Ramones is group from Forest Hills, New York. They started
to play as trio in March 1974. Ritchie was replaced soon by
Dee Dee Joey was at first drummer, but four months later
manager Tommy become a drummer and let Joey sing. All
Ramones take Ramone for surname. These original members
were singer: Joey Ramone , lead guitar:Johnny Ramone,
Basist: Dee Dee Ramone and drummer: Tommy Ramone. They got
their first attention on the New York rockscene in August
1974. They got rousing approval from More...




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None of you have any idea what you're talking about. (period) | Reviewer: A N T I
    ------ About the song I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend performed by The Ramones

First off, why is anyone talking about anything but the Ramones on here. Secondly, Punk did not start in England as was suggested earlier. English bands were inspired by New York punks. Thirdly, the song is several minutes long not seconds. Hope that clears things up. You're welcome. P.S. Become literate. Not just in spelling and reading, but also culture. ( Pop, punk, war, customary, bacterial, counter, etc.) My point is LEARN SOMETHING.

My best mind-soothing song | Reviewer: panlenio
    ------ About the song Strength To Endure performed by The Ramones

Even cooler than Wheels of Confusion or Cold Metal. One thing thou: I have always heard "there's something about you and me that always go hot". And I figure it would be better. No problem really.

Danny Says song/lyrics | Reviewer: Black Punk Charlie of Nunhead
    ------ About the song Danny Says performed by The Ramones

A truly great song from a truly great band.
I've loved The Ramones for years (since 1978) and have all their separate albums on vinyl and of course the brilliant It's Alive.
Anyway as for Danny Says it's a truly great song which sounds great when played loud.Especially when it modulates (goes up a tone to F#)and Joey starts singing "Soundchecks at 5:02" etc.
I was listening to it on the 345 bus from Peckham to Brixton on Saturday just gone.
Yep a truly great song and the albums pretty cool as well, taking into consideration Phil Spectors muddy production but hey that's Phil Spectors style ,as heard on bands like The Ronnettes,
The Shangrillas etc etc.
Hey Ho Let's Go.
Always.
Charlie :-) :-) xxx

No Bullshit Just the Facts | Reviewer: Normal
    ------ About the song I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend performed by The Ramones

What more can you say to a girl that gets you fuckin crazy? Nothing else matters. Yo, Hey little girl, I wanta be your boyfriend. Its direct, honest, and no holds barred. They ain't trying to be intellectuals, they just want to go down in the alley and do the nasty. I do consider this poetry. Primal and fundamental. They understand what rock and roll is all about. Its music any kid in the world could play.

people Cant be More Wrong | Reviewer: jpidge2010
    ------ About the song Beat On The Brat performed by The Ramones

the song cant be about anything post 1976 since that was the song's original release date. From Joey himself: "Beat on the Brat" was said by Joey to have origins relating to the upper class of New York City. "When I lived in Birchwood Towers in Forest Hills with my mom and brother. It was a middle-class neighborhood, with a lot of rich, snotty women who had horrible spoiled brat kids. There was a playground with women sitting around and a kid screaming, a spoiled, horrible kid just running around rampant with no discipline whatsoever. The kind of kid you just want to kill. You know, 'beat on the brat with a baseball bat' just came out. I just wanted to kill him

Truly Moving | Reviewer: Litmussticks
    ------ About the song Danny Says performed by The Ramones

I hadn't heard this for a very long time until it crept up on me on my iPod while shuffling through some tunes. I was struck by how eerily moving it is. Joey subtlety pulls out an achingly pure vocal against a fantastically well considered backdrop. It's not the usual "Gabba-Gabba-Hey" Ramones but that's no bad thing. It's one of the finest, most surprising songs I've heard in a very long time and I challenge anyone not to be moved by it. Wonderful stuff.

is this the right song? | Reviewer: Natasha
    ------ About the song Blitzkrieg Bop performed by The Ramones

i remember when i was REALLY little my dad would play a song and because i was really little i thought they said j o lets go.i liked that a lot and i still do even though thats the last time i heard it.i am 12 now.now that im reading the lyrics the words not the song blitzkreig bop i am starting to remember.i think i found the c.d.its on but i cant get to it.some of the songs i remember hearing are breakin the law talk dirty to me and a lot of queensryche.i hope i spelled that right.apparently my dad really liked queensryche and my mom was a teacher so i was usually with him and he would take me to work and when my other sister was old enough we would play.

hits right at home | Reviewer: rockwithbrock
    ------ About the song New Girl In Town performed by The Ramones

love these kind of songs. takes me back to jr. high when the new girl around was an item and everyone wanted a shot. I was lucky and cute so I scored first much of the time. not bragging just reminiscing.

Underrated and fucking awesome. | Reviewer: Tom O'Bedlam
    ------ About the song Danny Says performed by The Ramones

I think of End of the Century as The Ramones' most controversial album as it divided Ramones fans like no other. It marked their most blatant attempt at having a hit record, with legendary psycho producer Phil Spector, their tunes reached a new level of pop savvy-ness that they had previously never tried or would ever try to achieve again. Commercially the album flopped, like all Ramones albums, but with a band where consistency is the greatest virtue, End of the Century was unique.

That being said, I fucking love End of the Century. I think it combines the best of punk (The Ramones' previous four albums) with early/legendary early rock and roll girl groups that Spector was known for in his heyday (The Ronettes, etc..).

With THAT being said.. I fucking love the song Danny Says. I don't know why I like it so much, I can't really articulate the way it makes me feel when I listen to it, all I know is that any time I hear Danny Says, I turn up the volume and wish that the Ramones were playing the song in my room (a la Rock'n'Roll High School).

I guess since this is a lyrics website I'll say that the lyrics are fucking awesome.

Great song, even better politics | Reviewer: Charles Harold
    ------ About the song BONZO GOES TO BITBURG performed by The Ramones

I know, I know, some people say politics doesn't belong in a pop song, but does this apply to the shallow red, white and blue BS in contemporary country lyrics? The Ramones hit it out of the park with "Bitburg." It shows something a lot of people don't care to see: that Reagan didn't really give a damn about ordinary people, that his view of the world was whacked out. Then again, nowadays the GOP is so far to the right that Reagan wouldn't be welcome in the Party today. Re: an earlier post: Johnny Ramone, the band's great guitarist, was not a Jew and was (gasp) a Republican! He didn't care much for this song, and he apparently fought with bandmates over it. Hard to not like Johnny, though.


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