The Cretin Hop is a live recording by The Ramones which was originally a radio broadcast.
It was recorded at the Second Chance Saloon in Ann Arbor, Michigan on February 26th, 1979 while the band promoted the Road To Ruin studio album.
It also includes seven tracks recorded for television between 1982 and 1995.
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You Don’t Come Close is a live album by The Ramones.
It was recorded during a television show, Musikladen in Bremen, Germany in 1978.
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This live recording of the Ramones was originally issued as NYC 1978 but it’s easier to find as Live, January 7, 1978 At The Palladium, NYC.
It was recorded and broadcast by King Biscuit Flower Hour.
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Loco Live is a live album by The Ramones.
It was recorded in Barcelona in Spain and was originally released in 1991.
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It’s Alive is the first live album by American punk band recorded in London on 31 December 1977 The Ramones. It is not the extended DVD called It’s Alive 1974-1996.
The album draws 28 tracks from the first three studio albums – The Ramones, Leave Home and Rocket To Russia – an in 54 minutes, you’re pressing the play button again.
Did someone say “fast”?
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