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Acoustic Love Songs: The Ramones, M. Ward and Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“I Want You Around” is an acoustic love song from quintessential punk band The Ramones. The Ramones were definitive in punk because they included pop song construction. The songs were raw and personal. Many were memorable enough to hum the whole day after just one listen. From the tongue-in-cheek film¬†Rock and Roll High School, this … Continue reading »

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Acoustic Love Songs: The Ramones, M. Ward and Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“I Want You Around” is an acoustic love song from quintessential punk band The Ramones. The Ramones were definitive in punk because they included pop song construction. The songs were raw and personal. Many were memorable enough to hum the whole day after just one listen. From the tongue-in-cheek film Rock and Roll High School, … Continue reading »

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Top Ten Posts on Soulful Alternative

1. Macklemore: The Seattle Rapper’s History and Best Songs 2. The Soul of Rock: The Ramones! 3. Florench Welch Vs. Mick Jagger in a ‘Gimme Shelter’ Vocal Battle 4.¬†Family Dance Mix: 20 Tracks for Kids of All Ages 5. The Soul of Indie Rock: The Pixies 6. Best New Band: Ultraista 7. Seattle’s Own Soul … Continue reading »

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Happy Birthday Sid Vicious! A Tribute To The Sex Pistols

With only two years and one studio album, the Sex Pistols made themselves punk royalty. In a riveting feat the first commercially successful punk band soared to the top then self-destructed as nations watched on TV. Vocalist Johnny Rotten, bass-player Sid Vicious, guitarist Steve Jones and drummer Paul Cook were humbly born kids from London. … Continue reading »

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