4 thoughts on “ I Wanted Everything - Ramones - Road To Ruin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • The final Ramones LP of the '70s and fourth overall, Road To Ruin was their first to feature a three-minute-plus song, "I Wanted Everything." The album also contains "I Wanna Be Sedated," perhaps the best-known Ramones track ever and their signature cover of "Needles & Pins.".
  • Cover Still in Shrink. I would put Brain Drain right in front of Subterranean Jungle as my favorite Ramones record in the period of I honestly love every record they've ever made because they're all unique in their own way, but most fans will agree that a line is drawn thru the time between Road to Ruin and End of the Century. This is the infamous period of time when .
  • Ramones: Road To Ruin (LP, Vinyl record album) - A prime Ramones classic from the late 70s – a set that's got Joey, Johnny, and crew really hit -- .
  • 3CD/LP Deluxe Edition Of Ramones' Fourth Album Featuring Two Mixes Of Original LP, Plus Unreleased Studio & Live Recordings. The Ramones released their fourth studio album, Road To Ruin, 40 years esexsioperstilesumconscompesicheck.coinfo Dee, Joey, and Johnny were joined for the first time by drummer Marky Ramone, who replaced founding member Tommy Ramone, who'd left to do more .

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