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Joey Ramone looking calm before rocking the stage of the legendary punk watering hole, CBGB

The Ramones stood at the top of the punk mountain during the spike of the punk scene in the 1970s. Joey Ramone shows just exactly how they made all the punks “Hey, ho. Let’s go.”

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The 70s was the decade for the roaring punk rock scene. The Ramones’ Blitzkrieg Bop was one of the anthems of the punk rockers during the day and punk pioneers were the pastors who herded the sheep clad in black leathers and ripped jeans. The punk scene jumped, kicked and thrashed to the music only the Ramone boys can deliver.

You might also want to check out Photos on Pages Volume 3: Ramones: An American Band to see more of The Ramones.

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