9 thoughts on “ Do You Remember RockNRoll Radio? - Ramones - Europe 1992 (Cassette) ”

  1. The Ramones provided the blueprint for what became the Punk movement, but the great songwriting and pop sensibilities of "Do You Remember Rock and Roll Radio" showed what a great Rock band they were. I miss the Ramones and am glad to have songs like this to remember them by/5(6).
  2. The Ramones - Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio Tab Can't play "Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio"? Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio Guitar Tab by The Ramones with free online tab player. All content on this page is the property of the copyright owner of the original composition.
  3. Do you remember rock'n'roll radio? Do you remember rock'n'roll radio? Do you remember Murray the K, Alan Freed, and high energy? It's the end, the end of the 70's It's the end, the end of the century Do you remember lying in bed With your covers pulled up over your head? Radio playin' so no one can see We need change, we need it fast Before.
  4. "Hey ho, let's go!" And so the Ramones introduced themselves to the world. The song was "Blitzkrieg Bop" and the album was entitled simply ndiszadepedezopecuadiscjergini.coinfo many people, those fourteen staggeringly short songs marked a joyous return to real rock 'n' roll -- to a time before the music was muddled by overblown arrangements and self-aggrandizing pomposity.
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  6. The Ramones fit the bill, but their videos didn't have the production value to match what was coming out of Europe. The voice that opens this song with the words, "Come on, let's rock and roll with the Ramones" is Sean Donahue, a disc jockey who worked at radio stations in San Francisco (KSAN) and San Jose (KOME, KSJP).
  7. Comments: 5. Ron from Illinois Usa Re: The spoken-word parts of this song - 1. there are different 'edits' of this song that get played on various channels, but there are both an intro and an outro section with voiceovers representing a disk jockey on the airwaves (both are noted in the lyrics section in parentheses). 2. I want to add to the above 'Songfact' about that voiceover, this is the.
  8. [ C G ] x2 G [ C G ] x2 G [ G F F# ] x2 / G F F# Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock.
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