Review #47: Ramones, Ramones

#47: Ramones, Ramones

This was a delightful album to be caught in traffic to. I was just outside Indianapolis, a city I don’t live anywhere near, so I felt free enough to truly jam. HEY. HO. LET’S GO. I was just like that one truck driver in Pet Semetary. I could literally see people in other cars laughing at me.




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