Rocket To Russia by Ramones Vintage Cassette Tape

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Artist: Ramones // Album: Rocket To Russia //

Original Release Date: 1977

Label: Sire ‎– SR 6042 NPC (Portugal release)

Cover is VG // Tape is VG+ // *J card shows age coloration, see pic 2*

Super hard to find tape

A1 Cretin Hop
A2 Rockaway Beach
A3 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
A4 Locket Love
A5 I Don't Care
A6 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
A7 We're A Happy Family
B1 Teenage Lobotomy
B2 Do You Wanna Dance?
B3 I Wanna Be Well
B4 I Can't Give You Anything
B5 Ramona
B6 Surfin' Bird

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Reviews (1)


The age and mix gives this tape a unique personality. This is obviously a vintage copy of Rocket, but it's super cool. I played it on my hifi last night and sometimes Johnny's gutiar sounds muffled or strangled, but Joey's vocals come through crystal. In the 70s the vocals were almost always mixed in the foreground, where as later punk recordings would place the vocals at a more even level as the instrumentation. And this is most certainly not one of the remasters were all used to, it caused the tape to age in an interesting way.