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Name:The Ramones End of The Century (1980) Remaster (2002) [FLAC] *Planxty*

Total Size: 389.62 MB

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Last Updated: 2017-01-02 10:28:04 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-28 23:54:39



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Covers (Size: 389.62 MB) (Files: 54)

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 Info

  Ramones - End Of The Century.log

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  End Of The Century.cue

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  00. Ramones - End Of The Century (Expanded And Remastered).nfo

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  00. Ramones - End Of The Century (Expanded And Remastered).m3u

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 01 - Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio .flac

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 07 - Baby, I Love You.flac

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 18 - Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio (Demo).flac

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 05 - The Return Of Jackie And Judy.flac

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 13 - I Want You Around (Soundtrack Version).flac

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 02 - I'm Affected.flac

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 03 - Danny Says.flac

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 15 - I'm Affected (Demo).flac

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 08 - I Can't Make It On Time.flac

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 10 - Rock 'N' Roll High School.flac

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 06 - Let's Go.flac

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 11 - All The Way.flac

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 17 - All The Way (Demo).flac

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 04 - Chinese Rock.flac

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 09 - This Ain't Havana.flac

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 16 - Please Don't Leave (Demo).flac

17.29 MB

 14 - Danny Says (Demo).flac

16.93 MB

 12 - High Risk Insurance.flac

16.11 MB

 19 - End Of The Century Radio Promo.flac

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 RockOUT!!! Boogie - The Real Hard Rock And Metal Forum.url

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End of the Century is the fifth album by the American punk rock band Ramones. It was produced by Phil Spector and was released on February 4, 1980.

After Spector became interested in the band, he offered to produce the next record. Vocalist Joey Ramone was an avid fan of his early work, including many girl groups and a Beatles record. The result was a change of the band's musical style. As an attempt at a Top 40 record and mainstream acceptance, its songs are better produced and longer in duration, averaging around three minutes.

The album reached number 44 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and scored number 14 on the UK Albums Chart, making it the band's highest-charting album in both countries. Even though its best charting single was "Baby, I Love You", the more known songs are "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?" and Spector's version of "Rock 'n' Roll High School".

The album was certified gold in Argentina in 1993 (sales over 30,000 copies).



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Ramones - End Of The Century (Expanded And Remastered)
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Artist...............: Ramones
Album................: End Of The Century (Expanded And Remastered)
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1980/2002
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode) / LAME 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 70 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........: Flac Level 8

Ripped by............: Stb on 28/07/2009
Posted by............: Stb on 28/07/2009
News Server..........: news.astraweb.com
News Group(s)........: alt.binaries.sounds.mp3.metal.full.albums

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE, AUDIO CHECKER.
Covers...............: Front Back CD

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Tracklisting
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1. (00:03:52) Ramones - Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?
2. (00:02:55) Ramones - I'm Affected
3. (00:03:10) Ramones - Danny Says
4. (00:02:31) Ramones - Chinese Rock
5. (00:03:15) Ramones - The Return Of Jackie And Judy
6. (00:02:37) Ramones - Let's Go
7. (00:03:51) Ramones - Baby, I Love You
8. (00:02:34) Ramones - I Can't Make It On Time
9. (00:02:20) Ramones - This Ain't Havana
10. (00:02:41) Ramones - Rock 'N' Roll High School
11. (00:02:30) Ramones - All The Way
12. (00:02:15) Ramones - High Risk Insurance
13. (00:03:05) Ramones - I Want You Around (Soundtrack Version)
14. (00:02:20) Ramones - Danny Says (Demo)
15. (00:02:47) Ramones - I'm Affected (Demo)
16. (00:02:22) Ramones - Please Don't Leave (Demo)
17. (00:02:32) Ramones - All The Way (Demo)
18. (00:03:43) Ramones - Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio? (Demo)
19. (00:01:00) Ramones - End Of The Century Radio Promo

Playing Time.........: 00:52:21
Total Size...........: 370.38 MB


Review From Allmusic.com.

Road to Ruin found the Ramones stretching their signature sound to its limits; even though there were several fine moments, nearly all of them arrived when the group broke free from the suddenly restrictive loud-fast-hard formula of their first records. Considering that the Ramones did desire mainstream success and that they had a deep love for early-'60s pop/rock, it's not surprising that they decided to shake loose the constrictions of their style by making an unabashed pop album, yet it was odd that Phil Spector produced End of the Century, because his painstaking working methods seemingly clashed with the Ramones' instinctual approach. However, the Ramones were always more clever than they appeared, so the matching actually worked better than it could have. Spector's detailed production helped bring "Rock 'n' Roll High School" and "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?" to life, yet it also kept some of the punkier numbers in check. Even so, End of the Century is more enjoyable than its predecessor, since the record has stronger material, and in retrospect, it's one of their better records of the '80s.

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