On the Road with the Ramones

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Bobcat Books, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 310 pages
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The NEW UPDATED EDITION of "On The Road With The Ramones." With NEW pages, photos and info on what's been happening to the legacy of the Ramones. This is a MUST-HAVE book for all Ramones fans. Based around the story of Monte A. Melnick who was the Ramones tour manager (and much more) throughout their entire career (1974-1996, and 2,263 live shows). It's an insiders look from the people who were actually there witnessing and experiencing all the extreme highs and lows of one of rock's greatest bands. The book is packed with interviews from the Ramones and many many more people who where very close to the band. There is over 250 photographs and pictures of memorabilia Monte collected along the way. Buy it, read it and then revisit their albums. You'll never look at the Ramones in the same light. http://www.myspace.com/ontheroadwiththeramones

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User Review  - drinkingtea - LibraryThing

Good book, but was it ever depressing! Most books about bands and travels come off like morning DJs self-congratulatory 'huhhuh'ing, but this book avoided that. I couldn't help thinking '3/4 of the band is dead!' while reading it, though. Read full review

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User Review  - Teric Darken - Goodreads

A fun and entertaining read from a wonderfully dysfunctional, musical family. Some of the stories are simply hilarious, especially of Joey's OCD. It's also a bit sad to think of the rift between Joey ... Read full review

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