The Ramainz - Live In N.Y.C. mp3 album
They released one live album entitled Live in . Dee Dee Ramone – vocals and guitar (1996–2002). Marky Ramone – drums (1996–2002). Barbara Zampini (Barbara Ramone) – bass, vocals (1996–2002). C. J. Ramone – guitar and vocals (1996). Ben Trokan (from Marky Ramone and the Intruders) – guitar (1997–2002). Ramone plays Cafe Nine Monday night". Retrieved May 7, 2018. Gordon, Rev. Keith A. "The Ramainz: Live in .
The Ramainz – Live In . Label: Sanctuary Records – 06076-84581-2. Recorded live at the Continental, NYC, July 1997. and "Hop Around" - Laura Ann Music ASCAP.
The Song Remains the Same is the live soundtrack album of the concert film of the same name by the English rock band Led Zeppelin The recording of the album and the film took place during three nights of concerts at New York's Madison Square Garden, during the band's 1973 North American tour.
Although the Ramainz ceased to exist with Dee Dee's death in early 2002, rumor has it that another live album and an unfinished studio album lie hidden in the vaults somewhere, so listeners may not have heard the last of the biggest and baddest of the Ramones' cover bands.
They released one live album entitled Live in . on 8 October 2002, released four months after Dee Dee Ramone's Death on 5 June 2002. The Ramainz were a . tribute band to The Ramones. Its members included Dee Dee Ramone, Dee Dee's wife Barbara Zampini (also known as Barbara Ramone), and Marky Ramone. They were known as The Remains until 1999 but had to change due to another band already using the name. tribute band to The Ramones
The Ramainz – Live In NYC. Adrenalin rushes like The Ramones are virulently addictive. No surprise, then, that guitarist Dee Dee and drummer Marky couldn’t let it lie. Back in June 1999 at the Continental, and accompanied by Dee Dee’s wife Barbara Zampini, they raced once more through that ageless back catalogue. They’d lost a yard or two of pace?a mere 21 tracks in 40 minutes?and Dee Dee and Barbara’s vocals lacked Joey’s heart-warming dumbness, but their enthusiasm was touching nonetheless. For completists only.
|3||I Don't Care|
|5||Beat On The Brat|
|7||Rock & Roll Vacation In L.A.|
|8||Listen To My Heart|
|9||I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You|
|10||I Wanna Be Sedated|
|13||Sheena Is A Punk Rocker|
|14||I Just Wanna Have Something To Do|
|15||Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment|
|18||Judy Is A Punk|
|21||53rd And 3rd|
- Recorded At – The Continental, NYC
- A&R – Gary Borress
- Artwork, Design – Tim Fisher
- Bass, Vocals – Barbara Zampini
- Drums – Marky Ramone
- Engineer [Live Sound] – Noel Ford
- Guitar, Vocals – Dee Dee Ramone
- Liner Notes – Gary Borress, Marky Ramone
- Mastered By – Hirsh Gardner
- Producer – Hirsh Gardner, Marky Ramone
NotesRecorded live at the Continental, NYC, July 1997
All songs © Taco Tunes/Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. except: "Rock and Roll Vacation in L.A." and "Hop Around" - Laura Ann Music ASCAP
Licensed from GB Music, Ltd.
℗&© 2002 Sanctuary Records
Manufactured and Distributed in the United States by BMG Distribution
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 94465 5244 2
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS.PR025 A 8744/99
- Mould SID Code: IFPI1001
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|94465-2008||The Ramainz||Live In N.Y.C. (CD, Album, RE)||Pinhead Records||94465-2008||Argentina||2008|
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