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Blast From The Past: The Ramones/Social Distortion – October 26, 1992 – Atlanta, GA
While surveying the ferociously fun punk covers landscape to compile a proper best-of list, there are a few things that become immediately apparent. First, the s seem to be the decade that is most ripe for the original source material to be covered. Second, punk bands love covering The Beach Boys. We also self-imposed a rule of only including one cover per band, just to keep this from being unequally overrun by prolific punk cover pros like the Ramones , Dropkick Murphys, MxPx and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. You can also check out their recent live session in the Paste Studio in New York. What more appropriate way to mark the first U. The 5.
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I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones cover)
It is one of the band's best known songs. It's a road song. I wrote it in , through the Well, Danny Fields was our first manager and he would work us to death. We would be on the road days a year, and we went over to England, and we were there at Christmas time , and in Christmas time, London shuts down. There's nothing to do, nowhere to go.
Credited--or blamed--as the inspiration for punk rock, the Ramones burst onto the scene from Forest Hills, N. The quartet wore black leather jackets, torn white T-shirts, long hair and bad attitudes--the embodiment of youthful rebellion. Although they were like many other garage bands, at least in early years, the Ramones demonstrated surprising longevity, not to mention energy and really fast songs while recording a zillion albums. Some claim that the Ramones have been making the same album for all these years with just different titles; others, including one national magazine, named them one of the seven most important bands of all time. Since his days in the Ramones, Dee Dee has been a rapper under the name Dee Dee King--plus he has released a number of solo albums, mostly on obscure European labels. Ramone answered some questions during an abbreviated grilling. For a while, I was playing with Marky Ramone in the Remains.