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RamonesTriple J Live At The Wireless - Capitol Theatre, Sydney, Australia, July 8, 1980

Label:Sire – R1 643520, Rhino Records (2) – 603497845989
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, 180 Gram
Country:USA & Europe
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Genre:Rock
Style:Rock & Roll, Punk

Tracklist

A1Blitzkrieg Bop2:37
A2Teenage Lobotomy2:00
A3Rockaway Beach2:01
A4I Can't Make It On Time2:14
A5Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment1:28
A6Rock 'N' Roll High School2:13
A7I Wanna Be Sedated2:13
A8Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?3:11
A9She's The One1:50
A10I Just Want To Have Something To Do2:14
B1Sheena Is A Punk Rocker2:10
B2Let's Go1:56
B3Commando2:04
B4Here Today, Gone Tomorrow2:35
B5I'm Affected2:31
B6Surfin' Bird
Written-ByFrasier*, White*, Harris*, Wilson*
3:08
B7Cretin Hop1:33
B8All The Way1:59
B9Judy Is A Punk1:09
B10California Sun
Written-ByGlover*, Levy*
1:36
B11I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You1:16
B12Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World1:44
B13Pinhead2:24
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Previously Unreleased Live Show From The 1980 Tour

Numbered: Limited Edition of 13,000 for RSD 2021

Black inner sleeve and inside cover.

Recorded for Australia's triple j from their weekly Live At The Wireless program, Capitol Theatre, July 8, 1980

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 03497 84598 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 603497845989
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - variant 1 ["1+" mirrored]): BK10725-01 A1 R1-643520-A 0603497845989 1+ JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - variant 1 ["=1" mirrored]): BK10725-01 B1 0603497845989 R1-643520-B =1 JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - variant 2): BK10725-01 A1 R1-643520-A =1 ^ 0603497845989 JN-H STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - variant 2 ["1―" mirrored]): BK10725-01 B1 0603497845989 1― R1-643520-B JN-H STERLING
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mjoeyk
Edited one month ago
An interesting record. Especially of this time.
So far I only have live shows in my collection from June and September 1980. This one fits in perfectly.
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Puff138
Sounds as good as you'd expect a live punk album from 1980 to sound, to my ear. Lots of fun to hear these songs live during this era.
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Bimpse57
and my copy of supposed limited edition of 13000 is 13144 !! would love the record company to confirm what number they started at 🤣 brilliant album and the energy and rhythm especially on side 2 is astounding
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rahul7676
I could listen to Dee Dee count in all day. Sounds great, no skipping, #13692. Go figure!!
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jaymalf
No issues on my copy (#05884), sounds great to me.
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thebrenthood
In my opinion not good enough for an official release. Does anyone else’s copy have poor quality during Blitzkreig bop/Lobotomy/Rockaway beach?? It’s a tapping sound that interferes, may be Dee Dee’s pick ups as he slaps the bass? Isn’t a nice clear sound anyways. However it’s nice to have some rare End of the century appearances to the set, and have a better version of I’m Affected on vinyl rather than the awful Phil Spector version. Think this was just a RSD release to make money, nothing special at all.
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moberg65
My copy has #13250!

So maybe the total is higher than 13000?
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HandPressedRecords
Proud owner of copy #5212. Love this RSD treat featuring another blistering set of EOTC songs Ramones classics
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zswilson
Mine came with a Side 2 label on both sides.
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Havok16
Sounds great to me, no skipping as some have mentioned. Great setlist and performance from Ramones, just endless jumping from one song to the next with only a "1-2-3-4" in between songs in true punk fashion.