Articles tagged the ramones

The Fascination with Fundamentalism in Hardcore Punk

Some bands echoed the Dead Kennedys' anti-Moral Majority messages; others embodied right-wing religion.

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Shonen Knife: Osaka Ramones – Tribute to the Ramones

Shonen Knife is just too adorable and sweet of a band to really capture the true grit of the Ramones.

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Counterbalance No. 37: ‘Ramones’

Hey, ho, let's go—talk quietly in the corner about the Ramones' self-titled debut and entry No. 37 on the Great List in this week's Counterbalance.

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20 Questions: Marky Ramone (Bamboozle Festival)

Marky Ramone is a Grammy-winning, pasta sauce-making songwriter, DJ, and drummer for one of the most influential bands of all time. Appearing at this year's Bamboozle Festival, Marky Ramone sat down with PopMatters to reveal what he uses for stress management, which Fantastic Four character he most resembles, and how it’d be great if a certain world leader tried a certain brand of pasta sauce . . .

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The Vagrants: I Can’t Make a Friend 1965-1968

The Vagrants are presented here in all their ramshackle glory, a collection of A & B sides that, even when occasionally swerving into fairly garden variety garage rock, still maintains a vibrancy that makes this an absolutely essential release.

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Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (1979)

'We had to explain to Roger Corman that the Ramones were not an Italian disco band from New York City, and that it had to be called Rock 'n' Roll High School,' Allan Arkush explains.

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	The Ramones: End of the Century - The Story of The Ramones [DVD]

As dysfunctional as they were influential, the Ramones survived more than two tumultuous decades together to become the preeminent voice and image of punk rock.

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26 Jun 2003 // 10:00 PM

	The Ramones: Leave Home

In the summer of 1989, I was growing out of the metal music that had been my obsession for the previous six years, craving something, anything

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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