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|1. Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio?|
|2. I'm Affected|
|3. Danny Says|
|4. Chinese Rock|
|5. The Return of Jackie and Judy|
|6. Let's Go|
|7. Baby I Love You|
|8. I Can't Make It on Time|
|9. This Ain't Havana|
|10. Rock & Roll High School|
|11. All the Way|
|12. High Risk Insurance|
|13. I Want You Around (Soundtrack Version)|
|14. Danny Says (Demo)|
|15. I'm Affected (Demo)|
|16. Please Don't Leave (Demo)|
|17. All the Way (Demo)|
|18. Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio? (Demo)|
Dismiss the first four albums. Then but yourself in the "Urban Cowboy" wasteland of pop music in 1980. Forget everything but what you hear on FM radio. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Captain Sweatpants
The band's fifth album "End of the Century" has always been great for me despite the experimental nature on some of the songs and Spector's dense production. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chappa
Just one of the great albums from the best band in the history of the world.Published 10 months ago by markallentunney
The conventional wisdom among Ramones fans is that this LP is, if not quite a disaster, an unwelcome departure from the band's otherwise AC/DC-like different-year-same-album... Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by Endless Nick
We gave this to our son for a Christmas gift. He has loved the Ramones for years. He was very happy with it.Published on December 26, 2012 by Sara Lindeman
I never knew that the RAMONES was as successful as they were, around the world. Their appearances drew crowds that were similar to the Beatles' fans. Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by William Dakota
END OF THE CENTURY is another punk rock masterpiece by the RAMONES...Maybe if you like the RAMONES style, ALL the RAMONES catalogue may please you because the songs are basically... Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by Rio Fluzão
I think the critical paradigm is to trash End of the Century and the band themselves haven't been particularly kind to it. Read morePublished on January 1, 2011 by E. Oslan
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|YOUR TOP 15 ALBULMS of ALL TIME||
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