Label:Sire – SASD-7520
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Terre Haute Pressing
Style:Rock & Roll, Punk


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
B2Havana Affair2:00
B3Listen To My Heart1:56
B453rd & 3rd2:19
B5Let's Dance
Written-ByJim Lee
B6I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You1:43
B7Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World2:09

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

Misspellings on label:
A1: Blitzkreig
A2: Beat Is On The Brat

It is printed "Marketed by ABC Records Inc. Los Angeles, Calif. 90048, New York, NY 10019/ Printed In USA" on the bottom of the back cover.

Printed inner sleeve with lyrics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Pressing Plant ID (Runouts): T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 1): T1 SASD 7520 A RE-1 2 STERLING D 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 1): T1 SASD 7520 -B-RE-1-2 STERLING B6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 2): T1 SASD 7520 A RE-1 2 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 2): T1 SASD 7520 -B-RE-1-1 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 3): T1 SASD 7520 A RE-1 2 STERLING AH
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 3): T1 SASD 7520 -B-RE-1-2 STERLING B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 4): T1 SASD 7520 A RE-1 2 STERLING D8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 4): T1 SASD 7520 -B-RE-1-2 STERLING ^
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Variant 5): T1 SASD 7520 A RE-1 2 STERLING D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Variant 5): T1 SASD 7520 -B-RE-1-2 STERLING ^4

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Ramones (LP, Album)Philips6370 805Netherlands1976
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Ramones (LP, Album, Stereo)Philips9103 253France1976
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Ramones (LP, Album, Stereo)Sire, Sire9103 253, 9103-253UK1976
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Ramones (LP, Album)Sire9147-7520Canada1976
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Ramones (LP, Album)PhilipsRJ-7175Japan1976
  • PaulFW's avatar
    I have a first press. The inner label has the song misspelled as "Beat is on the Brat". However, Blitzkrieg Bop is spelled correctly. Hmmmmm.
    • apecantrustme's avatar
      why doesn't this album have a pop tag? because the guitars are distorted?
      • minman's avatar
        I have the first press with the incorrect title “Beat Is On The Brat” and misspelling of “Blitkrieg Bop” on the inner labels. Something not mentioned on this listing is that the record cover is oversized by a half inch. A standard cover size is 12.2/8”. A first press Ramones will not be flush in height with a standard cover. if you have a first press, compare for yourself. It will be slightly oversized when filed in with your other records.
        • lambcannon's avatar
          The better songs on this lp had music/riffs by DeeDee, and lyrics by Ann Phelan and Robert Cuballo (sp)? In case you wondered why they're so classic, and the albums that follow not nearly as much... lots of stories like that in the music business of course of course nonetheless where is Ann now... the Bronx?
          • PCScrublord's avatar
            Finally scored a 1976 original in great shape! Pre-WEA labels and all of the misspellings present, what a gem!
            • racboiwaffles's avatar
              Hmm, I picked this up (LP) at a vintage record store recently and according to the label the Cat is SR 6020 but the date says 1976 which doesn't seem to be a version listed here.
              • Record-Miner's avatar
                Label on side A has Beat on the Brat listed as “Beat is on the Brat” on a true first press.
                • MikeTelford's avatar
                  My copy has
                  SASD 7520 A RE-1 STERLING (no T1 or anything after STERLING)
                  SASD 7520 B RE-1 X STERLING (no T1 or anything after STERLING)
                  All of the same First Pressing identifiers mentioned
                  • ole.grung's avatar
                    If you would listen to one punk album, make this it! A lot of energy, anger and attitude from this first release. Still a really tight production. Sex Pistols is much more unpolished, these guys are really great players. Although the music is probably easy to play, it takes something to keep it great together. Starting off, “Blitzkrieg Bop” is probably their most famous song. For me, this is a special record. I was running a local “alternative cafe”, and we mostly listened to punk records there. So naturally, this was one of them, and I have fond memories of old friends and myself listening to punk until the early hours.
                    • hemovintage's avatar
                      Who plays keyboards or that kind of farfisa on Let's Dance?



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