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  1. Pete Townshend: 3:15: 3. «Out of Time» (de The Rolling Stones) Mick Jagger/Keith Richards: 2:41: 4. «The Shape of Things to Come» (de Max Frost and The Troopers) Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil: 1:46: 5. «Somebody to Love» (de The Great Society, popularizada por Jefferson Airplane) Darby Slick: 2:31: 6. «When I Was Young» (de The Animals)

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Acid_EatersAcid Eaters - Wikipedia

    Acid Eaters is the thirteenth studio album by American punk rock band Ramones. Released in 1993, towards the end of the Ramones' career, the album is the band's first and only album entirely composed of covers. Acid Eaters forms a musical tribute to the Ramones' favorite artists of the 1960s and highlights the influences the Ramones took from garage rock bands like the Seeds and the Amboy Dukes, as well as from popular bands such as the Beach Boys, the Who and the Rolling Stones.

  3. 1/12/1993 · Acid Eaters Tracklist 1 Journey to the Center of the Mind Lyrics 2 Substitute Lyrics 3 Out of Time Lyrics 4 The Shape of Things to Come Lyrics 5 Somebody to Love (Ft. Traci Lords) Lyrics 6 When I...

  4. Acid Eaters es el decimotercero y penúltimo álbum de estudio de Ramones, lanzado el 1 de enero de 1994. Enteramente compuesto por versiones (covers), resulta un homenaje a sus bandas favoritas de los años 60, y resalta la influencia que bandas como The Beach Boys, The Who y The Rolling Stones tuvieron en su música. CD Bonus track en Japón y Brasil

  5. 9/10/2018 · Ya en el epitafio de su carrera y con casi 20 años dándolo todo, habiendo exprimido al máximo sus capacidades (tanto a nivel compositivo como en vivo), los de Nueva York se aventuraron a regalarnos éste, el penúltimo álbum de su carrera con canciones nuevas, “Acid Eaters”: su único disco compuesto únicamente por covers de cuyos artistas disfrutaron y admiraron, tal como nosotros a Ramones.

  6. Acid Eaters Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Tearing through a bunch of psychedelic and garage rock classics from the 1960s, the Ramones regain much of the fun and abandon of earlier records, making Acid Eaters easily their best record in a decade; the guest appearances of Pete Townshend ("Substitute") and ex-porn star Traci Lords ("Somebody to Love") help make the record a blast.

  7. Pete Townshend Acid Queen @ Royal Albert Hall 2011