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Ed Stasium give his real opinion about Phil Spector's version of The Ramones' End of the Century

From Audio: ROTD-Ep139 Rock n Roll High School

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Ramones of the Day
Duration: 01:24
Ed Stasium talks to Phillip Mottaz and Molly Ann Hale about what he doesn't like about Phil Spector's version of the Ramones song "Rock N Roll High School"
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Ed Stasium talks to Phillip Mottaz and Molly Ann Hale about what he doesn't like about Phil Spector's version of the Ramones song "Rock N Roll High School"
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struggled with Ramon's aesthetic at all. Or do you think you know what? You know what I mean? Like, Bill thought that they should sound huge and I think e think those records that the mix is that he did sound huge. It sounds like you sound small. It's the reverb that sounds huge guitars. They're very tiny drums, air blasting. There's like four Track like Joey's vocals were all wobbly, and they're like, just like, if therefore, vocal tracks on a song that we did I would do comps. He just put them all together and through slap, he puts handclaps on every song. All these really tinny handclaps. Um, I it's interesting to say, like he wanted them to sound huge. And I feel like the way we come at it is they already did. They e don't know what you mean like they that's where that's why we're here, you know, like they didn't sound small to begin with. It's not maybe not his huge don't know. It is interesting, because when you listen Thio rock Roll High School at stadium version vs and the century version, the stadium version does sound bigger, like you sound like you're in the room with them. They sound more present. The instrument sound big. And in the end of the century version, like they're trying to be big. Maybe the sound is full and the drums are present.
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