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Thread: The Ramones - 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

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    So does anyone know what's going on with Scorsese's RAMONES film?
    It was targeted for 2016

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    Haven't heard anything about that in awhile...

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    I'm thinking his tv show may have killed that off.

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    I'm thinking his tv show may have killed that off.
    Vinyl?

    Did the show portray the RAMONES or did it just take up all his time?

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    Vinyl?

    Did the show portray the RAMONES or did it just take up all his time?
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    I guess I ask too many questions

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    They make an appearance in the last episode, but as audience members if I remember correctly.

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    I hope that show didn't kill the movie. That would suck.

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    It looks like he has a lot on his plate according to IMDB.
    SINATRA seems to be a higher priority. (go figure)

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    Great!

    What drives me nuts are the misguided people who think Punk started in Britain.
    Here in Canada CBC Newsworld did a 40th anniversary report and gave the impression Punk not only started in Britain but was a British genre.
    They didn't bring up NYC once.

    I actually remember the six o'clock news report when the Sex Pistols high-jacked the genre.
    It was about the "new genre from the UK"
    My jaw dropped.
    I guess they loved the novelty of Brits who hated the Queen and didn't know most of the "scary fashion" came from NYC.
    Bringing a genre to the mainstream is the birth of nothing no matter how great the record is.

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