Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Conservative Punk's Interview with Johnny Ramone

"Punk was never dead for Johnny Ramone, though. He remained a voice for those in the punk movement who were independent thinking conservatives, and proud of their country. He never forgot that the whole point of punk was to not walk in lockstep conformity."

A long-lost interview with punk godfather Johnny Ramone has been rescued from some pretty eaten-up magnetic tapes. Conducted in March, 2003 by Conpunk columnist Robert Jones shortly before Ramone's untimely death at the age of 55, this lost interview is now being made public.
(Via Conservative Punk)

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