Label: Warner Bros. Records - WPCR-75061 • Series: Forever Young (2) • Format: CD Album, Remastered, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Punk
· Originally from the album Leave Home, Sire # (2/77) ["Babysitter" was originally included on the U.K. release only] Track 15 also issued as Sire single # (4/78) Recorded at SunDragon, New York. Mixed at Le Studio, Quebec & Track Recorders, Washington, DC. Mastered at Media Sound. Tracks 16 to
Second verse, not quite like the first. Released a mere nine months after the Ramones' groundbreaking debut, 's Leave Home was in many respects a continuation of the sound and attitude of the first album, with its unrelenting barrage of chunky guitar downstrokes and Mad Magazine-influenced lyrical absurdity. But even a cursory listen reveals the Ramones had made plenty of progress in less than a Brand: Rhino.
Originally from the album Leave Home, Sire # (2/77) ["Babysitter" was originally included on the U.K. release only] Track 15 also issued as Sire single # (4/78) Recorded at SunDragon, New York. Mixed at Le Studio, Quebec & Track Recorders, Washington, DC. .
· Additional Track Information Leave Home CD music Leave Home buy CD music Description Following on from the 40th Anniversary Deluxe version of the Ramones’ debut, comes the expanded edition of the original punks’ 2nd album – another 30 minute opus of buzzsaw rock.
· Rhino will issue a super deluxe edition of the Ramones album Leave Home next month, which, as with last year’s reissue of the band’s self-titled debut, will offer rare and unreleased content across three CDs and a vinyl LP. The first CD in this new edition features two different mixes of the album, a remastered version of the original and a new 40th anniversary mix by original Leave.
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