Sergio Leone’s 1968 spaghetti-western is a rough gem that hasn’t lost its charm
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Released January 1977 Sire Recrods Released barely nine months after their classic debut, The Ramones’s second record consolidated their status as pioneers of New York’s burgeoning punk rock scene and proved their early success was no accident. Leave Home – so titled because of their then-fledgling ambition to tour the world – embellished and improved […]
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