Links Ramones-Konzert in Bremen – „Die waren schmerzfrei“ Marky Ramone: Punk Legend Classic Tracks: “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School,” The Ramones A Special Interview: Craig Leon, Producer of the Ramones‘ Classic First Album! Die Ramones und ihr erstes Album – Das Ende der Weicheier

RockScenester, free online archive of Rock Scene magazine (1973-1982)

NME: My Ramones – Danny Fields Lifts The Lid On Managing The Ramones Photo Archive The Ramones’ Debut Album Is Still the Best Punk Record of All Time

RAMONES–HUMMING A SICKENING TUNE: An Overview / RAMONES: THE EARLY DEMOS Ramones‘ Debut LP: 10 Things You Didn’t Know The Mighty Thau RAMONES-Special: Marty Thau The Ramones – Why they were shit and how they ruined punk

The New York Times: ‘Ramones’: The Story Behind a Debut Album From Punk Pioneers Interview: Emily Armstrong & Pat Ivers, Go Nightclubbing! Downtown New York 1977-1980 How Dee Dee Ramone’s Bizarre Rap Album Came to Be

Mark’s Record Reviews: Ramones

Mark’s Record Reviews: Dee Dee Ramone

Mark’s Record Reviews: Joey Ramone

Russian Ramones Fan Site

Flashbak: The Ramones Play The Sleaziest Garage Ever – The Roundhouse, London, July 4 1976

i-D: writer frank lord imagines a world in which the ramones were actual brothers

Slate: Candid Moments With the Ramones, Taken by Their Manager

wonderlandmagazine: Profile: Bob Gruen

Spin: All Good Cretins: Legs McNeil Remembers Tommy Ramone

Vogue: Hey! Ho! Let’s Go—A First Look Inside a New Ramones Exhibit

Seattle’s swanky Olympic Hotel is the improbable site of the local concert debut by pioneering New York punk-rock band the Ramones on March 6, 1977

RAMONES: Arturo Vega and the Making of the Logo Heard Round the World


The Ramones‘ Rocket To Russia: track-by-track guide by producer Ed Stasium

Miriam Linna/kicksville66: Cramps Pt 1 (1976) My Dark Ages

1976-1978 – CBGB’s House Photographer – David Godlis was eyewitness to the 1970s New York punk scene

Reverb: Dumble, The Ventures, and the Little Known Story of Mosrite Amplifiers

New York Post: Meet the groupie who came between The Ramones
Ramones – Unreleased “Leave Home” Rough Mix Tapes on 10″ Reels
Ramones – Unreleased “Rocket to Russia” Rough Mix Master Tape
Ramones – Original “Road To Ruin” Master Tapes From Producer’s Collection
Ramones – “Road To Ruin” Unmastered Master Tapes
Ramones – Unreleased “Road To Ruin” Rough Mix Master Tape
Ramones – 1975 CBGB Handbill and Earliest Press Kit
Ramones – First Ever Concert Poster, Signed By Original Band (1975)
Ramones – Extremely Early Concert Poster
Ramones – “Rocket to Russia” Original Artwork by John Holstrom
Ramones – Original “Cretin Hop” Illustration from Punk Magazine
Ramones – Original Bob Gruen Photograph
Joey Ramone – Vintage Live Photograph by Sam Emerson