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Ramones – The Sire Years: 1976-1989 (2013/2014)FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz Time – 6:00:06 minutes 14,2 GB Genre: Punk, RockStudio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: Front covers © Rhino/Warner Bros.Explore the incomparable footprint of the Ramones’ musical legacy with a boxed set featuring the band’s seminal albums. With the 1976 release of their debut album, the Ramones issued a manifesto with their groundbreaking sound, inspiring countless others to pick up guitars and rock. Formed in the Forest Hills section of Queens, NY in 1974, the Ramones were completely original, forgoing a whole new sound and direction for music and giving birth to punk.Ramones – Ramones (1976/2014)FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz Time – 29:05 minutes 1,18 GBOfficial Digital Download – Source: Front coverWith the three-chord assault of “Blitzkrieg Bop,” The Ramones begins at a blinding speed and never once over the course of its 14 songs does it let up. The Ramones is all about speed, hooks, stupidity, and simplicity. The songs are imaginative reductions of early rock & roll, girl group pop, and surf rock. Not only is the music boiled down to its essentials, but the Ramones offer a twisted, comical take on pop culture with their lyrics, whether it’s the horror schlock of “I Don’t Wanna Go Down to the Basement,” the gleeful violence of “Beat on the Brat,” or the maniacal stupidity of “Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue.” And the cover of Chris Montez’s “Let’s Dance” isn’t a throwaway — with its single-minded beat and lyrics, it encapsulates everything the group loves about pre-Beatles rock & roll.

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They don’t alter the structure, or the intent, of the song, they simply make it louder and faster. And that’s the key to all of the Ramones’ music — it’s simple rock & roll, played simply, loud, and very, very fast. None of the songs clock in at any longer than two and half minutes, and most are considerably shorter.