RAMONES: THE 1975 SIRE DEMOS (LP)

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Record Store Day (RSD) is an annual event inaugurated in 2007. It supports thousands of independent record stores around the world. There was one Ramones related Record Store Day release on April 22, 2024. It was Ramones: The 1975 Sire Demos (LP). This was printed only 6000 copies. Pressed on black splattered clear vinyl. This collection includes Ramones' earliest known studio recordings for Sire Records. The 1975 Sire Demos has 13 songs. All original tracks were produced by Tommy Ramone. These demos got Ramones signed to Sire Records.
From these 13 songs were Loudmouth, 53rd & 3rd, I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend, Chain Saw, Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue, I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You and Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World included in 1976 debut album Ramones (1976), songs What's Your Name (under the title What's Your Game), You're Gonna Kill That Girl and You Should Never Have Opened That Door were included in second album Leave Home (1977) and song I Don't Care was included in third album Rocket To Russia (1977).
I Can't Be and I Don't Wanna Be Learned / I Don't Wanna Be Tamed were first time officially released in The Ramones - All The Stuff (And More) Vol. 1 in 1990.

So all original tracks were produced by Tommy Ramone. Songs were produced again for this Record Store Day release by Bill Inglot. Project supervisor was Patrick Milligan. This RSD release was mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London, UK, supervised by Craig Leon.

SIDE A:
1) Loudmouth
2) 53rd & 3rd
3) I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
4) I Don't Care
5) Chain Saw
6) You Should Never Have Opened That Door

SIDE B:
1) I Can't Be
2) Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
3) I Don't Wanna Be Learned / I Don't Wanna Be Tamed
4) What's Your Name
5) What's Your Name (Jari-Pekka's note: later title written as What's Your Game)
6) I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
7) Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World





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