The Ramones @ Howard Stern Show (with ads)





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Published on Apr 10, 2012

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johnny's the best to me, he just stood up for what he believed in even when almost 99.999% of other punk rockers were democrats or socialists he admitted that he was a republican.  johnny's definitely my favorite member, after all his guitar sound was the single greatest thing about the ramones!  joey's vocals and dee dee's songwriting were obviously huge too, and they were more talented than johnny songwriting-wise, but johnnys guitar sound is so fucking badass!
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Freddan Olsson
Howard almost looks like one of the Ramone brothers.
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tchaco lynma
I'm just the roadie!Joey's always funny!!!!
brite boy
ramones, the big lewbowski commercial, weird dancing E! guy, this video has everything!
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Steven Stevenson
The old commercials make this worth it.
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Howard forgot to mention Richie!
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Anton Haq
I don't know how Marky can deny he wears a wig, he was receding when he first joined The Ramones! Whatever anyone says about Johnny, he always kept his dignity in interviews.
Deecky Rizzo
This is kinda sad.
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Mark Sargent
just a bunch of kids who never grew up...
John Fauxhemians Hillman
I love Joey's quote at the end: "Some people commit suicide, some people just hang in there like us." Good to know Mark and Joey made up later. Marky seems to be reserved , doing his best to alleviate the situation. Seems like Joey is the more cranky one. And it seems to me like Howard is just stimulating they feud. Johnny's actual really cool here being just clear and down to earth. And it's surprising that he's sitting next to Joey. Sometimes i have the feeling, that this hate against each other is more like a pushed up media thing and in fact didn't really hate each other, but just couldn't get along the whole time. They seem to have respect for each other and Johnny's also respecting Joey's privacy about their feud about Linda. Maybe Johnny didn't even wanted to fight with him. But imagine playing in a band and being on tour nonstop for over 20 years: No privacy, routine, jetlag, sitting in a van for most of the time with nothing to do, just like Marky said. After a while you just get sick. These guys made the best out of it as best as they could and i really admire that. I have even more respect for Johnny right now than before, even if I don't share his political views at all.
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