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End of the Century


Boris The Sprinkler Train Song


Larry Livermore Introduction of Mixtapes, and "Cassette" TTTALL Record Release Show

Between 1993 and 2000, a series of Ramones covers albums were released by Selfless Records, an independent record label based in Garland, Texas specializing in punk rock, on which bands influenced by seminal punk group the Ramones performed cover versions of entire Ramones albums. Under the Selfless label, Screeching Weasel, the Queers, and the Vindictives respectively covered the first three Ramones albums: Ramones (1976), Rocket to Russia (1977), and Leave Home (1977). Selfless then became Clearview Records and continued the series, with Boris the Sprinkler, the Parasites, the Mr. T Experience, the Beatnik Termites, and the McRackins respectively covering End of the Century (1980), It's Alive (1979), Road to Ruin (1978), Pleasant Dreams (1981), and Too Tough to Die (1984).
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  • Release facts 

  • Screeching Weasel – ''Ramones'' 

  • The Queers – ''Rocket to Russia'' 

  • The Vindictives – ''Leave Home'' 

  • Parasites – ''It's Alive'' 

  • The Mr. T Experience – ''Road to Ruin'' 

  • Beatnik Termites – ''Pleasant Dreams'' 

  • The McRackins – ''Too Tough to Die''