The Ramones in GQ Magazine

Probably the least likely place you would find the Ramones. In the current issue of GQ Magazine, The Ramones are named as the #39 most stylish men of the past 50 years.

The article reads:
"It’s not just that the Ramones made their awkward geekiness look cool; it’s when they did it. In April 1976—as the Bee Gees climbed the Billboard charts—Sire Records released Ramones, fourteen fast tracks of three-chord noise carried by the incomparable voice of Joey Ramone. He stood on the cover in what would become punk’s immortal uniform: filthy Keds, torn jeans, and a black leather biker jacket. Fifty-two blocks down from Studio 54, a tiny club called CBGB was giving the unknown band gigs. The block has been renamed Joey Ramone Place. The Bee Gees have been given no such honor."


It's Alive DVD

A new DVD with rare Ramones footage has been released. It's Alive DVD has over 4 hours of material. Available October 2, 2007.
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