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The Ramones - last concert ever part 1/3 August 6th 1996 Palace, Hollywood, CA, USA Intro Durango '95 Teenage Lobotomy Psycho Therapy Blitzkrieg Bop I Wanna.

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Ramones is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Ramones, released on April 23, 1976 by Sire Records. Fields agreed and convinced Craig Leon to produce Ramones, and the band recorded a demo for prospective record labels.

The Ramones were an American punk rock band from New York City. Their discography consists of fourteen studio albums, seven live albums, sixteen compilation albums, seventy-one singles, thirty-two music videos and ten films. The band formed in early 1974, and upon signing with Seymour Stein of Sire Records, the Ramones released their self-titled debut album on April 23, 1976.

The Last Concert (Rosemary Clooney album). The Last Concert is a live album by Rosemary Clooney, released through Concord Jazz in November 2002. This was Clooney's first live album, and it brought an end to her fifty five year recording career.

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The Ramones may or may not have invented punk rock, but they were inarguably the most important band in punk history, creating the stylistic prototype that would be followed by countless bands who emerged in their wake  . The group played their first concert on March 30, 1974, at New York's Performance Studio. Two months after the show, Joey switched to vocals and Tommy became the band's drummer.

The Ramones’ April 1976 debut album, Ramones, with its black-and-white photo on the cover, defined punk rock. The term punk had been around for many years, usually with distasteful or threatening connotations. A punk was a coward or a snitch or a sniveling villain. Tommy played his last show with the Ramones in May 1978, at CBGB. Johnny tried to get him to stay. He wouldn’t, but he remained to produce one more album, Road to Ruin (1978), with Ed Stasium. Drummer Marc Bell, who had played with the Voidoids and other downtown bands, replaced Tommy under the name Marky Ramone. Road to Ruin was a masterpiece – the fourth in a row by a band that had burst out of nowhere. It was also the last great album the Ramones would ever make. I n the early 1980s – half a decade into their career – the Ramones’ story fractured in all respects.

Live: The Last Concert was recorded on February 26, 1995, at the Houston Astrodome. The concert was performed entirely live in front of more than 65,000 people. The music performed was mostly from Selena's last Spanish album, Amor Prohibido. Live: The Last Concert was re-released as a DVD in 2004. The album has been certified Platinum (Latin type) by RIAA with shipments of 200,000 copies. The album was a success earning the singer a 2002 Billboard Latin Music Award nomination for Pop album of the year, Female.

The Ramones released the band’s fourth studio album, Road To Ruin, 40 years ago this September. Dee Dee, Joey, and Johnny were joined for the first time by drummer Marky Ramone, who replaced founding member Tommy Ramone, who’d left to do more producing and writing for the band. It was also the album that introduced a nation of pinheads to the all-time Ramones’ classic I Wanna Be Sedated. To celebrate the milestone, Rhino will release two versions on September 21, a day before the anniversary of the album’s original release on September 22, 1978. The final disc has a previously unreleased recording of the band’s entire 1979 New Year’s Eve concert, which was mixed live by Stasium, and broadcast on WNEW-FM.


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