Ramones - Live at German Television - The Musikladen Recordings [DVD+CD]

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Pionierzy punkrocka na historycznym dvd! Oto cyfrowo poprawiona reedycja koncertu z 1978 roku, zarejestrowanego w  telewizyjnym studiu Radio Bremen.

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 abt. 50 minutes and left an ecstatic audience. Here is the unbelievable appearance unabridged with all encores for the first time on 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. Styled and bored people sat in front of the stage as if they were a leftover from the last Baccara gig. Joerg Sonntag, today director and editor, former assistant director 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. Therefore at least a part of the audience consisted of punks and rockers. The RAMONES did not taken aback due to this affected audience and played her abt. one hour concert with high professionalism and lots of fun to play together. The performed songs mostly compounded out of their first two vinyls. 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.

Sireena Records now is publishing this gig with all encores for the first time on DVD & CD. The set appears right in time for the birthday of singer Joey Ramone, who would have turned 60 years on May 18th. Also Dee Dee and Johnny meanwhile passed away. Out of the cast which appeared in Bremen only Marky Ramone is still alive. Joerg Sonntag tells in a bonus-interview interesting details of the concert.


Rockaway Beach         
Teenage Lobotomy         
Blitzkrieg Bop         
I Wanna Be Well         
Glad To See You Go         
Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment         
You're Gonna Kill That Girl         
I Don't Care         
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker         
Havana Affair         
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow         
Surfin' Bird         
Cretin Hop         
Listen To My Heart         
California Sun         
I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You         
Do You Wanna Dance         
Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World         
Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy         
Judy Is A Punk         
Suzy Is A Headbanger         
Let's Dance         
Oh Oh I Love Her So         
Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue         
We're A Happy Family