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MP3 Ramone Stabone - The Greatest Hits That Never Were.

The dirtiest raunchiest sounding underground garage band of all time has surfaced; the sounds of experimental, noise, indie, Lo-Fi garage, and punkabilly meet in harmony.

18 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Punk, ROCK: Rockabilly



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I have been on KROQ radio in L.A. My songs are almost all about my wife Jones. I love her. The recording was all done in my studio (ThinkTank Records), and then transferred to the compact Disk.I have rockabilly roots, punk roots and industrial roots, so my music sounds like nothing you have heard before.
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real raw talent
"instantly" this reminded me of a cross between the clash and the smiths but as the track whent on i started to think about how unique this is...i bet you are lots of fun live....a very powerfull song with lots of raw talent and energy.i was captivated from the first beat and remained captivated to the last https://www.tradebit.coml done. the band play well together and the addition of the female vocs give this song a well deserved lift.....production is good and all in all a great track.....steve
Reviewed by: steve_pearce from Unspecified

full on.
This reminds me a little of The Black Keys. I really like the heavy guitar and thumping drums. A naturally loose style gives the song a live/energetic feel. My only criticism would be that the lyrics lack thought, but hell I could name a thousand great blues songs with really crap lyrics. Great stuff I look forward to heaing more.
Reviewed by: Mudlow from Unspecified

the strokes?
the vocals sound a lot like the strokes, different style of music though. the production is good. good song
Reviewed by: JEGTAR from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

dig the sounds
The music is straight out of the Misfits song book. I love the Misfits so this is cool. I like the vocals alot, familiar but unique. I really dig this alot. I think you need an actual ending to the song though.
Reviewed by: Matty_Ice from Vineland, New Jersey

What can I say?
Brilliance hides in the minds of madmen. Roky erickson, for example. Best of luck babeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
Reviewed by: absentia from Orange County, California

Weird!
Wow, now this is weird stuff! Seems like few different songs mixed into one but when you listen to the whole thing you can feel where the band wants to lead you. The mix could have sound better, as well as the drums, but since the song is very well built, i''ll forget about it ;)
Reviewed by: torichlumskywij from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

cool mood
nothing much more to say. i don''t know why, but in a strange way i like this song. thank you. good luck!
- fathermckenzie

experimental
the song is pretty experimental - sounds like something kurt cobain would''ve done while f@*kin round on a 4 track...promise of a good song and a decent chorus that''s repeated to get what the verses are about
Extra Credit: Male Vocals
- blankosmosis
Levittown, New York

i also did this group today-all i need is happiness
frampton comes alive!!! happy mood with frampton-like singer=i''m 1976 happy all over.
Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Mood
- levavaran
Freeport, New York

Nice!
This is a get down in the back seat of my rusty towncar song. I like It. It is obviously a pixies sounding song. THis puts me in the mood to go see show in NYC in July, CBGB''s. Nice track.
Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Guitars, Drums, Lyrics, Beat, Mood
- dannyglover
Wallingford, Connecticut

COME SEE FOR YOURSELF THE FUTURE ACCORDING TO RAMONE, THE FUTURE OF MUSIC!

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