Thursday, October 4, 2007

Dee Dee Ramone & The Spikey Tops - Live in New Rochelle, NY, USA (25 november 1989)



01 - Feel the pressure
02 - I'm an apeman
03 - She's so sexy
04 - Trippin' down
05 - Poison heart
06 - Got a girlfriend
07 - Easy man to please
08 - Street animal
09 - Ain't no sugartalker
10 - Hooker street rap

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Hard rockin' Dee Dee.

11 comments:

NsRamone said...

thanks for dee dee (wolf)

Luciano said...

WOW!!!!!!!!! I have been waiting YEARS to listen to this bootleg!!!! (it is from the street animal LP bootleg, isn't it?) I believe you are the first person EVER to share this online! THANKS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Youpidou said...

Hey Luciano, you're welcome. :) Yes, the songs were released on "Street animal" LP a couple of years ago. I found the show at Soulseek (www.slsknet.org). Lots of great stuff there. Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Hi Amigo, that´s a cool show and I like that, hey do you hace C.Jay´s first show?

Youpidou said...

Hi, I'll post the C-Jay's first show soon. The sound quality isn't very good, though.

Luciano said...

hello youpidou, thanks for the tip!

Anonymous said...

Met Dee Dee one day in Royal Oak when he was in his Michigan residency phase after Jerry Nolan died. Seemed nice, but opiated. I'd met him briefly during the Too Tough tour. A friend of a friend was in his Chinese Dragons band in MI. They played at the Rob Tyner benefit on 2-2-92 (yes, a recording exists) at State Theater in Detroit. No, he wasn't that good that night. However, it WAS the night the MC5 reunited in memorial to Tyner, and before Smith died, and I was there.

RevolutionaryBum said...

HEllo again... Any chance of a re post of this show as well ? thanks again...

Youpidou said...

Reuploaded!

RevolutionaryBum said...

Thanks for the re-up's bro... You helped me fill a major blank spot in my Ramones collection... Take care...

Anonymous said...

hey all I played with Dee Dee Ramone and the Spikey Tops around 91 does anyone have any recordings of shows around that time? I would love to hear them. Carla