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Dont Bust My Chops - Ramones - Brain Drain (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. I would put Brain Drain right in front of Subterranean Jungle as my favorite Ramones record in the period of I honestly love every record they've ever made because they're all unique in their own way, but most fans will agree that a line is drawn thru the time between Road to /5(83).
  2. Nov 02,  · The Ramones' eleventh studio album, BRAIN DRAIN was released in March of Produced by avant-garde rocker Bill Laswell, once again it signaled major changes in the band's camp. Most shockingly, Dee Dee left the Ramones shortly after the album's release, citing the toxic work environment within the band/5(29).
  3. Don't bust my chops, baby, don't bust my chops Don't bust my chops, baby, don't bust my chops yeah You're a styling queen and an alley cat too many chocolates keep a fat man fat You're a pain in the ass, and your on the loose all I get from you is your bad attitude Dirty mouth, it's all I can bear get outta here bitch, 'cause you're nowhere.
  4. Don't Bust My Chops. Don't Bust My Chops. I would put Brain Drain right in front of Subterranean Jungle as my favorite Ramones record in the period of I honestly love every record they've ever made because they're all unique in their own way, but most fans will agree that a line is drawn thru the time between Road to Ruin /5(83).
  5. "Don't Bust My Chops" finds the Ramones revisiting the crunchy guitar sound of the mid-'80s albums, only with better hooks this time around. "Zero Zero UFO" returns the boys to familiar goofball territory and "All Screwed Up" keeps them there. Recommend this Item to a Friend: Product Feedback.
  6. I'm sick and tired of you calling me names I'm sick and tired of your childish games I'm sick and tired of your bullshit brats Cocaine stupor and anxiety attacks Picked up the magazine, I see your face You're nothin' boy, a goddamn waste With the lamest fashions on your back You're never happy, a hypochondriac Don't bust my chops, baby, don't bust my chops Yeah!
  7. Contains one of the Ramones' biggest radio hits, "Pet Sematary" (written for Stephen King's movie of the same name), "I Believe in Miracles," and "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)." The final Ramones album recorded for Sire Records (their label from day one), and sadly, the last to feature bassist and creative leader Dee Dee stacotanaqacit.stevankewealilighlapslingxeningtepart.infoinfo: $
  8. s ''Brain Drain'' was an important album in the Ramones discography, as it was the last one with Dee Dee in the band and also saw the return of Marky behind the drum kit. Mainly produced by Bill Laswell, the LP sounds hard and hits heavy, and among its great tracks are included two Ramones classics such as Pet Sematary and I Believe In /5(83).

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