The first four Ramones albums - Ramones (1976), leaving home (1977), Rocket to Russia (1977), The Road to Ruin (1978) - triggered a revolution in music and lifestyle. Although the "Ramones song seems simple on the surface, it was a great pairing open almost sculptural sense to just bones left hard, iconography important. Moreover, although revered group of music at the beginning or in the middle sixties, is Briefly refined based on Top Forty radio in its heyday, which bring considerable originality Ramones. guitarist Johnny Ramone playing barre chords rapid fire style owed little or musician impact another group. Dee Dee Ramone raw-throated song giving countdown ("1-2-3-4"), which became the band's trademark, and he forged a relentless stream of eighth notes bass. anchored drummer Tommy Ramone superhuman frantic pulse energy. Joey Ramone song part of the fabric high energy, will become part of the joint common identity, Ramones are working hard to look effortless.
Types of Slagged old guard who can not hear or understand, however, associated with young Ramones subway in New York, London, Los Angeles and eventually the whole world. They never reach the top forty, which seems ironic shame, because their songs have a melodic, energetic and hypnotic spell that would stultify PM songs in the seventies too. Ramones classics as "Blitzkrieg Bop," "I'm glad to see you go," "Sheena is a Punk Rocker," "Rockaway Beach", "I wanna be sedated," "Rock 'n' Roll High School" and "Yes Roll Radio You Remember Rock 'n'? "has stood the test of time as a terrible record of forty Top Jams coined term Ramones these wonderful pieces are being created now groaning and jeering. As Tommy Ramone said in the liner notes, without false modesty, that the Ramones' Hey Ho Let's record - the 55 songs crammed into two CDs - "This is art. Sometimes it is not sold first. Sometimes it takes a little time for the world to catch. '
Along the way, there was a change of personnel. Tommy Ramone Marky Ramone left the drums in 1978, although it continues to be part of the group and Co. consultant for 1984 are too difficult to die. Richie went on a gap in 1983 is being replaced by Marky Ramone, and then back to 1987. Dee Dee Ramone left in 1989, replaced by CJ Ramone (former Marine), although he continued to contribute material Ramones album all the way to the famous arch, 1995, Amigos radios. Joey Ramone died of cancer at 15 came in April 2001, and would work on a solo album in early 2002.
History, it seems, is finally catching up with the Ramones. They are now being hailed as one of the most influential American rock bands, and their music reaches your ears today more than it was during the years of hard work, when they were going around in high revolutionary act Looking round.