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Sunday, October 07, 2007

Gabba Gabba Eve 1979

"... The Ramones in their heyday -- here's one of their most popular boots, a stereo soundboard recording from their show at The Palladium in New York on New Year's Eve 1979. The setlist hits the high points of their first four classic records, and even includes one song from End Of The Century, their album produced by the now-infamous Phil Spector, which at the time was about six weeks from being released (and is still my favorite Ramones record).

And, for those of you who weren't around back in the day, these guys didn't mess around, especially on stage. 32 songs in 66 minutes. Do the math. Gabba gabba hey. ..."

RAMONES - 1-2-3-4 DIE (Live at The Palladium, New York - December 31, 1979), made available by That Truncheon Thing (via MetaFilter)