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Large Elder Dragon Bone. Many later deemed it a highly influential record, and it has since received many accolades, such as the top spot on Spin magazine's list of the "50 Most Essential Punk Records". Ramones is considered an influential punk album in the US and UK, and had a significant impact on other genres of rock music , such as grunge and heavy metal.
The album was ranked at number 33 in Rolling Stone ' s list of the Greatest Albums of All Time  and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in The group's vocalist Joey Ramone related that "Lisa came down to see us, she was blown away by us. She said that we changed her life; she started writing about us in Rock Scene , and then Lenny Kaye would write about us and we started getting more press like The Village Voice.
Word was getting out, and people starting coming down. Fields agreed because the band "had everything [he] ever liked,"  and became the manager in November He brought down the vice president and all these people—he's the only hip one in the company. He risked his career to get us on the label. Sire accepted their request and agreed to release a studio album instead. In January the band took a break from their live performances to prepare for recording at Plaza Sound studio.
The band applied microphone placement techniques similar to those which many orchestras used. The guitars can be heard separately on the stereo channels—electric bass on the left channel, rhythm guitar on the right—drums and vocals are mixed in the middle of the stereo mix.
The band also used a technique known as doubling , where the vocal line used is sung twice. Recording for the album was expanded by Mickey Leigh Joey's brother and Leon with percussion effects, which went unmentioned in the liner notes to the album's release.
Initially, the Ramones wanted an album cover similar to Meet the Beatles! The art direction was by Toni Wadler and, according to cartoonist John Holmstrom , the "Meet The Beatles" cover idea came out "horribly".
The black and white photograph on the front of the album was originally in an issue of Punk. The cover photo features from left to right Johnny , Tommy, Joey and Dee Dee Ramone , staring at the camera with blank faces. Leigh, who performed backing vocals on several tracks, asked guitarist Johnny why he was not mentioned on the record's credits. Johnny replied: "We didn't want people to get confused with who's in the band or who's not.
It's our first album, you know, and we didn't want people to get confused. The artwork became one of the most imitated album covers in music. The image of a band in front of a brick wall dressed in ripped jeans and leather jackets was copied by Alvin and the Chipmunks in Chipmunk Punk. The first was released in February , originally as a 7" split single with " Havana Affair " as its B-side. All but one of the band's gigs were booked for New York City, with Waterbury, Connecticut as the exception.
After the album's recording, the Ramones headlined for very few shows, usually opening for an identified cover band which played Aerosmith and Boston.
When they opened at Brockton, Massachusetts , the audience appeared extremely uninterested in the Ramones so Johnny swore off playing as an introduction for other bands. After performing with Blondie in New Jersey, they continued their tour to Boston , Massachusetts for three shows. Travelling was difficult. Most of the time, it was just Danny Fields, me, and the members of the band.
We'd get two rooms in the hotel, three of us in each. They couldn't afford any more help at that point, so the band had to pitch in unloading the equipment. I'd play the drums during sound checks, while Tommy went out to the board and mixed the sound—and instructed the soundman not to fuck with the settings. We would enlist the aid of any fan willing to help us load out at the end of the night.Superb album as heavy as hell. Dave Carlo knows how to grind out tone, power and heaviness from his axe and this album is a perfect example. Don't worry about the remasters. I have the original Lp, steamhammer CD and the Relapse Remaster CD. The remaster sounds awesome bringing out all the power and intended tone and slam of the instruments.