Electric Frankenstein - Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys! mp3 album
ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN: Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys. by ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN, released 11 October 2012 1. Blitzkrieg Bop 2. Electric Frankenstein - Chinese Rocks 3. Electric Frankenstein - Ain't Nothing To Do 4. Electric Frankenstein - Third Generation Nation GHR-43: Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Blue cover with Poster 40 x 30 cm ready to frame. Live songs A1, A2, B1 recorded at Kapu Club, Austria (November 11, 2008). Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.
Electric Frankenstein plays punk rock in the tradition of Iggy and the Stooges and The Ramones. They are uncompromising. Please also check out the official Electric Frankenstein site. Podcast includes my memories of The Ramones. Gabba Gabba Hey!The Get-Outs are a . Their influences include The Buzzcocks, MC5 and The Clash.
Pickin' on the Grateful Dead: A Tribute (1997). The Persuasions Sing Grateful Dead (2000; Arista/Grateful Dead). Day of the Dead (2016). Metallic Assault: A Tribute to Metallica (2001). Overload: A Tribute To Metallica (1998). Goes Petshopping (2006). File Under Ramones (1999). We're A Happy Family - A Tribute To The Ramones (2003). Drive XV: A Tribute to Automatic for the People.
Redirected from The Dead Boys). Dead Boys are an American punk rock band from Cleveland, Ohio. The band was among the first wave of punk bands, and was known as one of the rowdiest and most violent punk groups of the era. Dead Boys were formed by vocalist Stiv Bators, lead guitarist Cheetah Chrome, rhythm guitarist Jimmy Zero, bassist Jeff Magnum, and drummer Johnny Blitz in 1976, splintering off of the band Rocket From The Tombs
Electric Frankenstein is an American band from Whippany, Clifton, and other areas of New Jersey. Their music is generally considered punk rock, but includes elements of hard rock and Heavy Metal as well. Because of this, they have sometimes been referred to as AC/DC meets The Dead Boys
Also, he strongly promoted all bands of the new Punk Rock & Roll genre in the newly emerging MP3 digital format, on the highly popular music site MP. om, helping to develop a strong community of bands from many states in the USA and from many countries. Tribute to the Ramones & Dead Boys 7" ep (2014). Released by Ghost Highway. Split 7" with Hellacopters (EUR: Frank Records, 1997, Frank 004). Stitches (USA: Devil Doll Records) Steve on vocals. Split 7" with Crispy Nuts (female Japanese Ramones band) (ITALY: Kill Yourself/Rockin Bones Records) Rik L Rik on Vocals. Split 7" with Gluecifer (EUR: Frank Records 1998, Frank 008). Listen Up, Baby vinyl LP (1998, split with The Hookers).
|Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys!|
|B1||Ain't Nothing To Do|
|B2||Third Generation Nation|
|Live At Euclid Tavern, Cleveland, Ohio|
|CD-1||All Moving Faster|
|CD-5||Rocket In My Veins|
|CD-6||Right Now / The Time Is Now|
|CD-7||Right On Target|
|CD-9||Get Off My Back|
|CD-11||You're So Fake|
NotesLimited of 25
Green vinyl with stamped white labels.
Includes a live CD.
|GHR-43||Electric Frankenstein||Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys! (7", Ltd, Num)||Ghost Highway Recordings||GHR-43||Spain||2012|
|GHR-43||Electric Frankenstein||Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys! (7", RE + CD + Ltd, Num)||Ghost Highway Recordings||GHR-43||Spain||2017|
|GHR-43||Electric Frankenstein||Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys! (7", Ltd, Num, Gre)||Ghost Highway Recordings||GHR-43||Spain||2012|
|GHR-43||Electric Frankenstein||Tribute To The Ramones & The Dead Boys! (4xFile, MP3, 320)||Ghost Highway Recordings||GHR-43||Spain||2012|