Ramones – Discography (1976-2019) FLAC

Ramones - Discography (1976-2019) FLAC

Artist: Ramones
Genres: Rock, Punk
Release Date: 1976-2019
Duration: 21:17:03
Quality: Lossless
Format: FLAC, (tracks)
Filesize: 47,78 GB
Official Website: Link

Tracklist:
(1976) Ramones – Ramones (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition; 2016 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1976) Ramones – Ramones [24Bit-192kHz]
(1977) Ramones – Rocket To Russia (Expanded And Remastered) (Expanded 2005 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1977) Ramones – Rocket to Russia [24Bit-192kHz]
(1978) Ramones – Road to Ruin (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [24Bit-192kHz]
(1978) Ramones – Road to Ruin (Expanded 2005 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1978) Ramones – Road to Ruin [24Bit-192kHz]
(1979) Ramones – It’s Alive [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1980) Ramones – End of the Century (Expanded 2005 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1980) Ramones – End of the Century [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1980) Ramones – End of the Century [24Bit-192kHz]
(1981) Ramones – Pleasant Dreams (Expanded 2005 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1981) Ramones – Pleasant Dreams (2002 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1981) Ramones – Pleasant Dreams [24Bit-192kHz]
(1983) Ramones – Subterranean Jungle (Expanded 2005 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1983) Ramones – Subterranean Jungle (2002 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1983) Ramones – Subterranean Jungle [24Bit-192kHz]
(1984) Ramones – Too Tough to Die (Expanded 2005 Remaster) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1984) Ramones – Too Tough to Die [24Bit-192kHz]
(1986) Ramones – Animal Boy [24Bit-192kHz]
(1987) Ramones – Halfway to Sanity [24Bit-192kHz]
(1988) Ramones – Mania [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1989) Ramones – Brain Drain [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1991) Ramones – Loco Live (Live in Spain) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1992) Ramones – Mondo Bizarro (Album Version) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1993) Ramones – Acid Eaters (Album Version) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1995) Ramones – Adios Amigos (Album Version) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1996) Ramones – Greatest Hits Live [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1997) Ramones – I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (1975 Demos) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1997) Ramones – We’re Outta Here! (Live At The Palace1996) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2005) Ramones – Weird Tales of The Ramones (1976 – 1996) (Digital Version) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2006) Ramones – Greatest Hits [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2013) Ramones – The Sire Years 1976 – 1981 [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2016) Ramones – Judy Is a Punk (Lost 1975 Demo Versions) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2016) Ramones – Ramones – 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (Remastered) [24Bit-96kHz]
(2017) Ramones – Hey Ho Let’s Go [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2017) Ramones – Leave Home (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [24Bit-96kHz]
(2017) Ramones – Rocket to Russia (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [24Bit-192kHz]
(2019) Ramones – Blitzkrieg Bop (Live at Top Rank, Birmingham, Warwickshire, 122877) [24Bit-96kHz]
(2019) Ramones – Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Live at Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, 122977) [24Bit-96kHz]
(2019) Ramones – It’s Alive (Live; 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [24Bit-96kHz]
(2019) Ramones – Rockaway Beach (Live at Friars, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, 123077) [24Bit-96kHz]
(2019) Ramones – Spider-Man [16Bit-44.1kHz]

The Ramones[a] were an American punk rock band that formed in the New York City neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens, in 1974. They are often cited as the first true punk rock group. Despite achieving only limited commercial success initially, the band was highly influential in the United States, Argentina, Brazil and most of South America, as well as Europe, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Belgium.

All of the band members adopted pseudonyms ending with the surname “Ramone”, although none of them were biologically related; they were inspired by Paul McCartney, who would check into hotels as “Paul Ramon”. The Ramones performed 2,263 concerts, touring virtually nonstop for 22 years. In 1996, after a tour with the Lollapalooza music festival, they played a farewell concert in Los Angeles and disbanded. By 2014, all four of the band’s original members had died – lead singer Joey Ramone (1951–2001), bassist Dee Dee Ramone (1951–2002), guitarist Johnny Ramone (1948–2004) and drummer Tommy Ramone (1949–2014). The remaining surviving members of the Ramones—bassist C. J. Ramone (who replaced Dee Dee in 1989 and stayed with the band until its dissolution) and drummers Marky Ramone, Richie Ramone and Elvis Ramone—are still musically active.

Recognition of the band’s importance built over the years. The Ramones ranked number 26 in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”[9] and number 17 in VH1’s “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock”. In 2002, the Ramones were ranked the second-greatest band of all time by Spin, trailing only The Beatles. On March 18, 2002, the original four members and Tommy’s replacement on drums, Marky Ramone, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility, though Joey had died by then. In 2011, the group was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

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