August 27th, 2014
July 12th, 2014
creeptactics:

Jeffrey Ross Hyman 1951—2001
Douglas Glenn Colvin 1951—2002
John William Cummings 1948—2004
Thomas Erdelyi1952—2014
—CreepTactics

R.I.P. Tommy Ramone

creeptactics:

Jeffrey Ross Hyman 
1951—2001

Douglas Glenn Colvin 
1951—2002

John William Cummings 
1948—2004

Thomas Erdelyi
1952—2014

CreepTactics

R.I.P. Tommy Ramone

Reblogged from Creep Tactics
June 8th, 2013

davidbyrneownsmysoul:

total-relapse:

Arturo Vega, artist behind the remarkable Ramones logo and a great number of other profound works, has passed away today (Saturday, June 8, 2013).

Arturo is also known as the “fifth Ramone”. So sad
March 24th, 2013
The Ramones’ C.J. Ramone and Soundgarden’s Ben Shepherd in Rockingham, NC, during Lollapalooza 1996. (Photo by Rick Johnson)

The Ramones’ C.J. Ramone and Soundgarden’s Ben Shepherd in Rockingham, NC, during Lollapalooza 1996. (Photo by Rick Johnson)

Reblogged from 我是美雅.
May 4th, 2012
I hate chocolate. Fuck chocolate. Kurt hated chocolate, too—that was one of the things we had in common. Chocolate makes it all too easy. Oooh. Woww. Chocolate. Oooh. Yum. Fuck that. It’s sorta like how I don’t love the Ramones. It’s a flaw. Or, I love Mr. Springsteen as a person, I’m just not a superfan. Everyone lovvves the Boss, but that’s chocolate for me. It’s just, like… no.
Courtney Love discusses her diet with Grub Street
November 18th, 2011

suicidewatch:

The Sonic Youth Covers Playlist

  1. Beat On The Brat (Ramones)
  2. Personality Crisis (New York Dolls)
  3. Ca Plane Pour Moi (Plastic Bertrand)
  4. Psycho Mafia (The Fall)
  5. Black Candy (Beat Happening)
  6. Pushing The Extreme (The Wipers)
  7. Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence (Bob Dylan & The Band)
  8. Touch Me I’m Sick (Mudhoney)
  9. I Am Right (Saccharine Trust)
  10. Nic Fit (Untouchables)
  11. That’s All I Know Right Now (Neon Boys)
  12. Hot Wire My Heart (Crime)
  13. I Know There’s An Answer (The Beach Boys)
  14. Is It My Body (Alice Cooper)
  15. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Alice Cooper)
  16. Stephanie Says (The Velvet Underground)
  17. I’m Not There (Bob Dylan)
  18. Superstar (The Carpenters)
  19. Within You Without You (The Beatles)
  20. Victoria (The Kinks as covered by The Fall)
  21. Electricity (Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band)
  22. Burning Farm (Shonen Knife)
  23. Mama You’ve Been On My Mind (Bob Dylan)
  24. Into The Groove-y (Madonna)
  25. Rowche Rumble (The Fall)
  26. My New House (The Fall)
  27. Computer Age (Neil Young)
  28. Visions Of Johanna (Bob Dylan)
  29. Bubblegum (Kim Fowley)
  30. Moist Vagina (Nirvana)
  31. European Son (The Velvet Underground)
  32. I Wanna Be Your Dog (The Stooges)
  33. The Simpsons Theme

link: http://www.divshare.com/download/16206023-ba4

Reblogged from Pop Snacking
June 1st, 2011
I’ve always thought that as a surfer you need to be careful of what the last song you hear before you paddle out is going to be—’cause that’s the song that could be playing in your head. Say if you’re at the parking lot at El Porto, and you are hearing maybe ‘Footloose’ coming out of one of the other cars as you’re putting on your wetsuit—you are fucked. You’re going to be listening to ‘Footloose’ for the next hour and a half in your head. So one thing I try do is to listen to the Ramones or Fugazi.
Pearl Jam frontman and avid surfer Eddie Vedder

(Source: surfline.com)

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