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Road to Ruin found the Ramones stretching their signature sound to its limits; even though there were several fine moments, nearly all of them arrived when the group broke free from the suddenly restrictive loud-fast-hard formula of their first records. Considering that the Ramones did desire mainstream success and that they had a deep love for early-'60s pop
ock, it's not surprising that they decided to shake loose the constrictions of their style by making an unabashed pop album, yet it was odd that Phil Spector produced End of the Century, because his painstaking working methods seemingly clashed with the Ramones' ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Road to Ruin found the Ramones stretching their signature sound to its limits; even though there were several fine moments, nearly all of them arrived when the group broke free from the suddenly restrictive loud-fast-hard formula of their first records. Considering that the Ramones did desire mainstream success and that they had a deep love for early-'60s pop
ock, it's not surprising that they decided to shake loose the constrictions of their style by making an unabashed pop album, yet it was odd that Phil Spector produced End of the Century, because his painstaking working methods seemingly clashed with the Ramones' instinctual approach. However, the Ramones were always more clever than they appeared, so the matching actually worked better than it could have. Spector's detailed production helped bring "Rock 'n' Roll High School" and "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?" to life, yet it also kept some of the punkier numbers in check. Even so, End of the Century is more enjoyable than its predecessor, since the record has stronger material, and in retrospect, it's one of their better records of the '80s. [The 2002 reissue adds six songs to the original track listing: a different take of "I Want You Around" and demos of "Danny Says," "I'm Affected," "Please Don't Leave," "All the Way," and "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"]
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  • Release Date: 8/20/2002
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227815523
  • Catalog Number: 78155

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Ramones Primary Artist
Barry Goldberg Organ, Piano
Jim Keltner Drums
Rodney Bingenheimer Hand Clapping
Dan Kessel Guitar
David Kessel Guitar
Harvey Robert Kubernik Hand Clapping
Phast Phreddie Hand Clapping
Joey Ramone Vocals
Dee Dee Ramone Bass
Johnny Ramone Guitar
Marky Ramone Drums
Ed Stasium Musical Direction
Sean Donahue DJ
Steve Douglas Saxophone
Maria Montoya Hand Clapping
Technical Credits
Richard Hell Composer
Jimmy Holiday Composer
Phil Spector Producer, Remixing
Greg Allen Art Direction
Dan Hersch Remastering
Bill Inglot Reissue Producer, Remastering
Harvey Robert Kubernik Liner Notes
Larry Levine Engineer
Jerry Nolan Composer
Joey Ramone Composer
Dee Dee Ramone Composer
Johnny Ramone Composer, Author
Marky Ramone Composer
Joel Soiffer Remixing
Ed Stasium Producer, Engineer
Johnny Thunders Composer
Boris Menart Engineer
John Gillespie Art Direction
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Good Old Ramones. fun, fast, Punk Rock. needless to say EotC isn't their strongest release (even with Phil Spector producing) but some fun songs do exist on the album. i personally re-purchased this to extand my Ramones collection again and it brought back some good memories. i found it entertaining to learn the song "the Return of Jackie and Judy" none of the guys in the band were all the thrilled with it (though personally i enjoy the song a lot.) gotta say, the best material on the cd are the bonus demo-version songs. that's where you'll hear the true Ramones sound shine.

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