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Pop & Rock
Performer: Ramones
Title: Leave Home
Style: American Punk,New York Punk,Punk,Punk/New Wave
Duration: 31:03
Date of release: February, 1977
Recording location: Sundragon, New York
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 295
MP3 size: 1209 mb
FLAC size: 1987 mb
WMA size: 1109 mb
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Ramones - Leave Home mp3 flac

Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Green with White/Red Marble.

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Leave Home is the second studio album by American punk rock band the Ramones. It was released on January 10, 1977, through Sire Records, with the expanded CD being released through Rhino Entertainment on June 19, 2001. Songs on the album were written immediately after the band's first album's writing process, which demonstrated the band's progression. The album had a higher production value than their debut Ramones and featured faster tempos.

Ramones ‎– Leave Home. 이블: Philips ‎– 9103 254. 형식: Vinyl, LP, Album. Design – Pat Chiono. Drums – Tommy Ramone. Engineer – Edward Stasiun.

3 CD/1 LP set containing two different mixes of Leave Home, a remastered version of the original and a new 40th anniversary mix by original Leave Home album engineer Ed Stasium, along with a treasure trove of unheard recordings, and an unreleased live show recorded in 1977 at CBGB’s. The highlight is the new 40th anniversary mix of the full album, created by Stasium from the original multi-track tapes, and designed to better reflect the Ramones’ raw power and beef up the sound.

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The Ramones-Leave Home (1977). All The Stuff And More Volume 1. Авторы текста и музыки. Thomas Erdelyi, John Cummings, Douglas Glenn Colvin, Jeffrey Hyman.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Glad to See You Go Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:13
2 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 1:44
3 I Remember You Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:20
4 Oh Oh I Love Her So Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:09
5 Carbona Not Glue Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 1:55
6 Suzy Is a Headbanger Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:14
7 Pinhead Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:43
8 Now I Wanna Be a Good Boy Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:16
9 Swallow My Pride Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:09
10 What's Your Game Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:41
11 California Sun Henry Glover / Morris Levy Ramones 2:07
12 Commando Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 1:53
13 You're Gonna Kill That Girl Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 2:44
14 You Should Have Never Opened That Door Douglas Colvin / John Cummings / Thomas Erdelyi / Jeffrey Hyman Ramones 1:55

Credits:

Tony Bongiovi - Producer
Moshe Brakha - Cover Photo
Greg Calbi - Remastering
Pat Chiono - Design
Bob Clearmountain - Engineer
Reggie Collins - Project Assistant
Douglas Colvin - Composer
John Cummings - Composer
Kate Dear - Project Assistant
Thomas Erdelyi - Composer, Producer
Danny Fields - Photography
John Gillespie - Art Direction
Lisa Glines - Project Assistant
Henry Glover - Composer
Jeffrey Hyman - Composer
Bill Inglot - Reissue Producer
Morris Levy - Composer
Mark Pinkus - Project Assistant
Dee Dee Ramone - Bass, Group Member
Joey Ramone - Group Member, Vocals
Johnny Ramone - Group Member, Guitar
Tommy Ramone - Drums, Group Member, Mixing
Ramones - Primary Artist
Ed Stasium - Engineer, Mixing, Reissue Producer
Arturo Vega - Cover Art
Shannon Ward - Project Assistant
Steve Woolard - Project Assistant
Kirizius
Not as stunning as the debut but still a lot of fun to be found here. Similar to the first album this disc is over quick and seems to take itself more seriously as opposed to the chaos of the debut. Still a worthy follow up!
Bukelv
A viable followup to "Ramones" and a highly underrated Ramones album. "Glad to See You Go" takes itself more seriously than their previous album opener "Blitzkrieg Bop". For that reason, it's a more aggressive and ultimately more important song. "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment" has some hidden beauty in it; but, quite frankly, it's a dud. "I Remember You" is a heat wrenching ballad, and I love it; on par with their best songs from "Rocket to Russia". "Oh Oh I Love Her so" is intense yet has a quiet ambience about it; another satisfying song. One of my favorites on this album. "Carbona Not Glue" is the followup to "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue; however, I never enjoyed the stupidity innate in either song, so it's a dud. "Suzy is a Headbanger" is enjoyable, and most importantly, fun; predecessor to "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" from "Rocket to Russia". "Pinhead" is such a stupid song; easily the worst song on this album. "Now I Wanna Be a Good Boy" is unfortunately forgettable. "Swallow My Pride" highlights the maturity found in their songwriting, and I love it. "What's Your Game" reminds me of the Velvets' "Sweet Jane" for whatever reason, and I've grown to love this song. My favorite on the album. "California Sun" is an amazing and fun cover; something the Dictators tried to do, but to no avail. "You're Gonna Kill That Girl" is forgettable; another dud. Lastly, "You Should Have Never Opened That Door" is a weak album closer; most definitely not on par with "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World". B-- Zach