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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 8 februari 2019 | Wolverine Records

€ 63,99
€ 55,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 21 september 2018 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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It’s all very well starting a revolution, but then what? In 1978, this exact question was tormenting the Ramones. After three previous albums that would later be considered essential in the history of rock’n’roll (at the time, however, sales remained modest), the “punk rock godfathers” from Queensland were hungry for recognition and greenbacks. What’s more, England was on the attack with bands like the Sex Pistols and The Clash… Without revolutionizing the Tablets of Stone from their previous records (traditional rock’n’roll ranging from surf music to girl group styles, with stupidity as their philosophy, teen carelessness as their belief and guitars as their weapons of mass destruction), the Ramones injected some significant changes into Road To Ruin. We hear guitar solos and even ballads such as the cover of Needles And Pins that was popularised by Jackie DeShannon and the Searchers. But it is when they remain true to their beliefs that they’re most convincing, as proved by the hit I Wanna Be Sedated that would later be covered by artists as diverse as Offspring, Mötley Crüe, Juliana Hatfield, the Go-Go's and even Bruce Springsteen! When the album was released in September 1978, a few fans complained that the Ramones had changed, when in reality all that the group had done was put a few drops of water in their wine… Forty years later, the album returns in all its glory. This Deluxe edition offers the original remastered version as well as a new stereo mix called Road Revisited Mix by Ed Stasium, free of the commercial varnish of the time. Hardcore fans will also be able to enjoy around twenty bonus tracks, most of which are new: rough mixes, alternate takes, outtakes and rarities. Also on the menu is a live performance recorded at the Palladium in New York on December 31st 1979, mixed by Stasium and broadcasted at the time on WNEW-FM. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
€ 55,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 21 september 2018 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

It’s all very well starting a revolution, but then what? In 1978, this exact question was tormenting the Ramones. After three previous albums that would later be considered essential in the history of rock’n’roll (at the time, however, sales remained modest), the “punk rock godfathers” from Queensland were hungry for recognition and greenbacks. What’s more, England was on the attack with bands like the Sex Pistols and The Clash… Without revolutionizing the Tablets of Stone from their previous records (traditional rock’n’roll ranging from surf music to girl group styles, with stupidity as their philosophy, teen carelessness as their belief and guitars as their weapons of mass destruction), the Ramones injected some significant changes into Road To Ruin. We hear guitar solos and even ballads such as the cover of Needles And Pins that was popularised by Jackie DeShannon and the Searchers. But it is when they remain true to their beliefs that they’re most convincing, as proved by the hit I Wanna Be Sedated that would later be covered by artists as diverse as Offspring, Mötley Crüe, Juliana Hatfield, the Go-Go's and even Bruce Springsteen! When the album was released in September 1978, a few fans complained that the Ramones had changed, when in reality all that the group had done was put a few drops of water in their wine… Forty years later, the album returns in all its glory. This Deluxe edition offers the original remastered version as well as a new stereo mix called Road Revisited Mix by Ed Stasium, free of the commercial varnish of the time. Hardcore fans will also be able to enjoy around twenty bonus tracks, most of which are new: rough mixes, alternate takes, outtakes and rarities. Also on the menu is a live performance recorded at the Palladium in New York on December 31st 1979, mixed by Stasium and broadcasted at the time on WNEW-FM. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
€ 63,99
€ 55,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 24 november 2017 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

Hi-Res Onderscheidingen The Qobuz Ideal Discography
The rules of the game were certainly perfectly clear after their first album: in the third instalment of the Ramones' story, they surpassed themselves. And even refined their art! Once again, with this Rocket to Russia, released on 4 November 1977, at the height of the Cold War, it was all about three-chord symphonies, enthusiastically cretinous and 100% adolescent hi-jinks and above all, taking rock'n'roll back to its birthplace: the garage! But the refrains of Sheena Is A Punk Rocker or Teenage Lobotomy are peerless in their re–imagining of their rock’n’roll, bubblegum pop and surf heritage. And even when they cover the cult tracks Surfin’ Bird by the Trashmen or Do You Wanna Dance? (made famous by Cliff Richard, the Beach Boys and even Bette Midler) our delinquent punks from Queens produced savage and raw rock like nobody else! This edition to mark the 40th birthday of this sublime sonic attack offers two mixes of the album: the original, and a new mix, entitled Tracking Mix by Ed Stasium, the sound engineer on the original release. It also includes 24 rare or unreleased tracks, demos, alternative versions and B–sides. And the cherry on the cake is a dazzling, unreleased live version by the four Ramones brothers (all from other mothers) recorded on 19 December 1977 the Apollo Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. © MZ/Qobuz
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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 24 november 2017 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

The rules of the game were certainly perfectly clear after their first album: in the third instalment of the Ramones' story, they surpassed themselves. And even refined their art! Once again, with this Rocket to Russia, released on 4 November 1977, at the height of the Cold War, it was all about three-chord symphonies, enthusiastically cretinous and 100% adolescent hi-jinks and above all, taking rock'n'roll back to its birthplace: the garage! But the refrains of Sheena Is A Punk Rocker or Teenage Lobotomy are peerless in their re–imagining of their rock’n’roll, bubblegum pop and surf heritage. And even when they cover the cult tracks Surfin’ Bird by the Trashmen or Do You Wanna Dance? (made famous by Cliff Richard, the Beach Boys and even Bette Midler) our delinquent punks from Queens produced savage and raw rock like nobody else! This edition to mark the 40th birthday of this sublime sonic attack offers two mixes of the album: the original, and a new mix, entitled Tracking Mix by Ed Stasium, the sound engineer on the original release. It also includes 24 rare or unreleased tracks, demos, alternative versions and B–sides. And the cherry on the cake is a dazzling, unreleased live version by the four Ramones brothers (all from other mothers) recorded on 19 December 1977 the Apollo Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. © MZ/Qobuz
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€ 41,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 21 juli 2017 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

Hi-Res Onderscheidingen Best New Reissue
The years go by and the legacy left by the Ramones still puts down more and more roots in the great history of the pop music of the twentieth century. The false brothers from Queens have actually never taken their dirty and used Converse elsewhere than down the beaten path of a certain rock’n’roll tradition going from surf music to girl groups. With stupidity as philosophy, teenage insouciance as credo, supersonic guitars as weapons of mass destruction, their albums—binary in their form, really enjoyable in their content—give birth to hymns of bubble-gum pop on amphetamines that are a lot more serious than they seem. Just like this Leave Home, their second studio album released in January 1977, only nine months after their first one! A good thumb in the nose of the rock scene, with, in the role of the icing on the cake, classics like I Remember and, above all, Pinhead, from which comes their famous battle cry: Gabba Gabba Hey! In 80 titles splits on 3 CDs, this generous deluxe remastered edition celebrates the fortieth birthday of this masterpiece that couldn’t have been more influential, overloaded with demos, B sides, remixes and live titles recorded in 1977 at the CBGB, the New-York punk mecca. In short, our verdict is in: gabba gabba hey! © MZ
€ 41,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 21 juli 2017 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

The years go by and the legacy left by the Ramones still puts down more and more roots in the great history of the pop music of the twentieth century. The false brothers from Queens have actually never taken their dirty and used Converse elsewhere than down the beaten path of a certain rock’n’roll tradition going from surf music to girl groups. With stupidity as philosophy, teenage insouciance as credo, supersonic guitars as weapons of mass destruction, their albums—binary in their form, really enjoyable in their content—give birth to hymns of bubble-gum pop on amphetamines that are a lot more serious than they seem. Just like this Leave Home, their second studio album released in January 1977, only nine months after their first one! A good thumb in the nose of the rock scene, with, in the role of the icing on the cake, classics like I Remember and, above all, Pinhead, from which comes their famous battle cry: Gabba Gabba Hey! In 80 titles splits on 3 CDs, this generous deluxe remastered edition celebrates the fortieth birthday of this masterpiece that couldn’t have been more influential, overloaded with demos, B sides, remixes and live titles recorded in 1977 at the CBGB, the New-York punk mecca. In short, our verdict is in: gabba gabba hey! © MZ
€ 39,99
€ 33,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 9 september 2016 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

Hi-Res Onderscheidingen The Qobuz Ideal Discography
€ 33,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 9 september 2016 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

Onderscheidingen The Qobuz Ideal Discography
€ 83,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 25 oktober 2013 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

€ 16,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 21 september 1978 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

€ 16,99

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 19 juni 2001 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

€ 20,49
€ 17,49

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 4 november 1977 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 20 juli 1981 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 23 april 1976 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 4 februari 1980 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 21 september 1978 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 23 november 2012 | Parlophone UK

€ 12,49

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 23 november 2012 | Parlophone UK

€ 16,49

Punk en New Wave - Verschenen op 5 mei 2011 | Fuego

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Punk en New Wave in het magazine
  • A glorious return
    A glorious return It’s all very well starting a revolution, but then what? In 1978, this exact question was tormenting the Ramones.
  • The fall of Mark E. Smith
    The fall of Mark E. Smith The leader of The Fall, a flagship of British post punk, has died at 60 years old...