[kj] Post Punk
vassifer at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 25 12:58:48 EST 2005
While I don't mind TOO TOUGH TO DIE (their last decent record?), I'd
hardly say it was indicative of why the Ramones are so beloved.
Everything up through ROAD TO RUIN is untouchable, though. Patchy after
that. Like I said, if you want a real taste of the Ramones in their
prime and in their element, get IT'S ALIVE (do NOT get LOCO
LIVE....record a decade and a half later or so....which is patently
Alex in NYC
On Friday, March 25, 2005, at 04:48 AM, peter.west410 wrote:
> Cheers ,But I ll give that one a miss.
> I ll give "To Tough To Die" a spin
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