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Track List

A1Blitzkrieg Bop2:12
A2Beat On The Brat2:30
A3Judy Is A Punk1:30
A4I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend2:24
A5Chain Saw1:55
A6Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue1:34
A7I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement2:35
B1Loudmouth2:14
B2Havana Affair1:55
B3Listen To My Heart1:56
B453rd & 3rd2:19
B5Let's Dance1:51
B6I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You1:43
B7Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World2:09

About This Release

This version pressed at Specialty Records Corporation, as indicated by the SR1 and the SRC logo in the deadwax. The embossed and clearly visible letters E A S T around the spindle hole of the b-side also refer to Specialty Records Corporation and make this a label variation of this version which has the same labels (the full Burbank address at the bottom rim of the labels), but does not carry the embossed E A S T. This version's deadwax does not contain the STERLING stamp.

As described on Disocgs (here), the E A S T around the spindle hole means that this version was made with metal parts that were originally made for use at Allied Record Company.

Of note is that the etchings on the B-side carry the etched "WW" and "─◁" sign, which, as outlined on Discogs (here), is a reference to the Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester . At time of submission it was unclear how each side could carry the signs of a different pressing plant. A version with basically the same deadwax etchings (but different labels) can be found here.

The Burbank address didn't appear on the Sire label until late '80 or early '81 (source), so this reissue must have been released around that time or later. Since the actual year of reissue is unknown, it has also not been submitted.

On back cover: Marketed by Warner Bros. Records, Inc. Published by Taco Tunes/Bleu Disque Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP), except B5 published by Warner Tamberlane Publishing (BMI). Recorded at Plaza Sound, Radio City Music Hall, New York. Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Rights Society
ASCAP
BMI
Matrix / Runout
SR-1-6020-SR-1 [SRC Logo] 1-2
SR-2-6020 WW3 SP0-1 ─◁

Credits

Bass
Dee Dee Ramone
Drums
Tommy Ramone
Engineer
Rob Freeman
Engineer [Assistant]
Don Hünerberg
Guitar
Johnny Ramone
Lead Vocals
Joey Ramone
Management
Danny Fields
Mastered By
Greg Calbi
Photography By [Back Cover]
Arturo Vega
Photography By [Front Cover]
Roberta Bayley
Producer
Craig Leon
Producer [Associate]
Tom Erdelyi
Written-By
Ramones

Companies, etc.

Marketed By
Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p)
Sire Records, Inc.
Copyright (c)
Sire Records, Inc.
Published By
Taco Tunes
Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc.
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing
Mastered At
Sterling Sound
Recorded At
Plaza Sound Studios
Pressed By
Specialty Records Corporation

Other listings for this release

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    33
    $59.99
    NM
    VG+
    Record is in Near mint condition, Cover is VG+ for light stain on back, we combine shipping on all orders, please wait for invoice.

Track List

A1Blitzkrieg Bop2:12
A2Beat On The Brat2:30
A3Judy Is A Punk1:30
A4I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend2:24
A5Chain Saw1:55
A6Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue1:34
A7I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement2:35
B1Loudmouth2:14
B2Havana Affair1:55
B3Listen To My Heart1:56
B453rd & 3rd2:19
B5Let's Dance1:51
B6I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You1:43
B7Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World2:09

About This Release

This version pressed at Specialty Records Corporation, as indicated by the SR1 and the SRC logo in the deadwax. The embossed and clearly visible letters E A S T around the spindle hole of the b-side also refer to Specialty Records Corporation and make this a label variation of this version which has the same labels (the full Burbank address at the bottom rim of the labels), but does not carry the embossed E A S T. This version's deadwax does not contain the STERLING stamp.

As described on Disocgs (here), the E A S T around the spindle hole means that this version was made with metal parts that were originally made for use at Allied Record Company.

Of note is that the etchings on the B-side carry the etched "WW" and "─◁" sign, which, as outlined on Discogs (here), is a reference to the Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester . At time of submission it was unclear how each side could carry the signs of a different pressing plant. A version with basically the same deadwax etchings (but different labels) can be found here.

The Burbank address didn't appear on the Sire label until late '80 or early '81 (source), so this reissue must have been released around that time or later. Since the actual year of reissue is unknown, it has also not been submitted.

On back cover: Marketed by Warner Bros. Records, Inc. Published by Taco Tunes/Bleu Disque Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP), except B5 published by Warner Tamberlane Publishing (BMI). Recorded at Plaza Sound, Radio City Music Hall, New York. Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Rights Society
ASCAP
BMI
Matrix / Runout
SR-1-6020-SR-1 [SRC Logo] 1-2
SR-2-6020 WW3 SP0-1 ─◁

Credits

Bass
Dee Dee Ramone
Drums
Tommy Ramone
Engineer
Rob Freeman
Engineer [Assistant]
Don Hünerberg
Guitar
Johnny Ramone
Lead Vocals
Joey Ramone
Management
Danny Fields
Mastered By
Greg Calbi
Photography By [Back Cover]
Arturo Vega
Photography By [Front Cover]
Roberta Bayley
Producer
Craig Leon
Producer [Associate]
Tom Erdelyi
Written-By
Ramones

Companies, etc.

Marketed By
Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p)
Sire Records, Inc.
Copyright (c)
Sire Records, Inc.
Published By
Taco Tunes
Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc.
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing
Mastered At
Sterling Sound
Recorded At
Plaza Sound Studios
Pressed By
Specialty Records Corporation

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