V/A A Norwegian Tribute To The Ramones: Leaving Home cd 2005
Los Plantronics: The Good The Bad And The Ugly / Rampant Dogs: Durango 95/Cretin Hop / Hawaii Go Go's: Rockaway Beach / Brunch Of The Living Dead: I Don't Wanna Be Learned / Clawfinger: The KKK Took My Baby Away / Silver: Something To Believe In / Vibeke Saugestad: S.L.U.G. / Grand Cafe: Ignorance Is Bliss / The Mormones: Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue / Mohammed: Pinhead / Nude Pube Banglers: I Believe In Miracles / Red Harvest: Somebody Put Something In My Drink / Upstrokes: Got Alot To Say / Backstreet Girls: Commando / The Feebles: Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio? / Shirleys Temple: I Wanna Be Sedated / Grounded: Danny Says / The Hymans: Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment / Casino Steel: Beat On The Brat / The Retardos: Poison Heart / Neperud: Loudmouth / 10ft.Baby: Havanna Affair / The Humps: I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement / The Colvins: Oh, Oh, I Love Her So / The 3856: Strength To Endure / The Carburetors: Chinese Rocks / The Tip Toppers: Everytime I Eat Vegetables It Makes Me Think Of You / Jack The Stripper: Pet Sematary.
"How many Ramones tributes can you take? Not enough, if you ask me!If the bands on it are good, and they do what they should be doing - paying their respects to the Ramones, then it usually turns up pretty decent. If bands start to experiment and fucking up the classics, then it´s just a waste of time! Like Red Hot Chili Peppers did some years ago...
But how wrong can you go when the Seafront Studio announced that the Backstreet Girls and
Casino Steel was joining this party? To say the least, me and a bunch of other punks were looking forward to it !" Source
"It's easy to see that tribute has builded by real Ramones fan, outlook also contains many small Ramoniacs pieces. Silver does nice version of "Something To Believe In". Version is one of fave on this. It bring to my mind heavily attitude of older Hanoi Rocks ballads. Silver does their version a bit slower way. After it is sweet version of"S.L.U.G." by Vibeke Saugestad. Also some other groups are doing not-so-common songs. Btw, I also noticed that any band doesn't cover "Blitzkrieg Bop", and it doesn't matter. Mohammed does really strange and cool version of "Pinhead". It's mix of many styles and crazy feelings, but everything is in balance. Red Harvest also "changed to their selection totally new clothes", "Somebody Put Something In My Drink" has doom metal influences and strong atmosphere. The Tip Toppers released cover album of the Ramones full-length "Subterranean Jungle" in June 2004 and from it they picked "Everytime I Eat Vegetables It Makes Me Think Of You" for this tribute. Better known bands and artists are Clawfinger, Hymans, Casino Steel and Backstreet Girls..." Source
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