Ramones - Live At German Television: Musikladen Recordings 1978 (LP + PAL DVD)


The very first TV performance of the Ramones in Europe 1978 for the first time in an LP / DVD set

On September 13th, 1978, the RAMONES were guests in the tv-studios of Radio Bremen. It was the first tv-appearance of the band in Europe at all. For the at that time successful tv-series MUSIKLADEN they played 25 titles in about 50 minutes and left an ecstatic audience. Here is this unbelievable appearance - unabridged with all encores for the first time on vinyl & DVD. For the band it must have been quite a shock when they entered the stage at the tv-studio of Radio Bremen. Although the slightly ragged backdrop of MUSIKLADEN was okay to Joey, Dee Dee, Johnny and Marky Ramone, this was not valid to the main group of the audience. Joerg Sonntag, today director and editor, former assistant of Mike Leckebusch, remembers in an interview (bonus-title on the dvd) that the night before the concert he strolled around the bars and pubs of Bremen and gave away free tickets. The RAMONES performed songs mostly compounded out of their first two studio albums. Finally they succeeded to leave an overwhelmed audience. For the american punk legends this first tv-appearance not only meant hardest work but also the final breakthrough in Europe.

Track Listing:
Rockaway Beach
Teenage Lobotomy
Blitzkrieg Bop
I Don't Want You
Go Mental
Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
You're Gonna Kill That Girl
Don't Come Close
I Don't Care
She's The One
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
Havana Affair
Commando
Needles & Pins
Surfin' Bird
Cretin Hop
Listen To My Heart
California Sun
I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
Pinhead
Do You Wanna Dance
Judy Is A Punk
Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
We Are A Happy Family

"On record, it's two dozen greatest hits, nonstop. Onscreen, it's New York's black-leather knights in tight, bludgeoning focus -- before the schisms and frustrations of the Eighties -- when they were new and sure the world was theirs."
     —David Fricke, Rolling Stone

"Punk rock at its zenith."
     —New Noise

"See the Ramones in all their primal glory."
     —Ultimate Classic Rock

"The essentials are all here and the five songs from the new-at-the-time Road To Ruin sound as invigorated as ever."
     —Under the Radar

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Posted: 10/09/2015






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