Sunday, October 20, 2013

Record of the week: Meltdown with the Ramones

In 1978 WEA took over the distribution from Phonogram in the U.K. and the first three albums was rereleased. In 1980 the record company put out an EP to support the albums. Four tracks from three albums with focus on slower, and up until then not very typical songs on a Ramones 45.
Maybe the company hoped for a new audience with the brand new Spector-produced End Of The Century out in the stores.
Meltdown with the Ramones was only released in the U.K.

Songs: I Just Want To Have Something To Do/Here Today,Gone Tomorrow//I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend/Questioningly
Number: Sire SREP1
Year: 1980
Country: UK

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