Hey Ho Let's Go: The Story of The Ramones

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Omnibus, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 344 pages
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Once seen as a punk joke, The Ramones eventually came to be taken seriously, influencing almost every garage rocker that succeeded them. The story of the band from Queens is the paradigm rock saga - a litany of drugs, fallings-out, financial catastrophes, inter-band rivalries, bad management and death. This is a warts-and-all rock biography.

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Review: Hey Ho Let's Go: The Story of the Ramones

User Review  - Scott Holstad - Goodreads

I read and wrote a review of a book called Ramones on November 26, 2013, so much of this is overlapping. With that in mind, I'm going to reprint some of that review here: "Let me begin by saying I've ... Read full review

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User Review  - Neal Alexander - Goodreads

Punk: 'A person of no account, a worthless fellow; a young hooligan or petty criminal' (Shorter Oxford Dictionary). Although they resisted the 'punk' label given them by the NY magazine of that name ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
1
Hills Street Blues
4
Hey Ho Were The Ramones
26
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Everett True is a music journalist and the author of biographies of the Ramones, the White Stripes. Supergrass, and many others. He lives in Brighton, England.

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