MARKY RAMONE Proud Of Punk-Rock Supergroup
Launch Radio Networks reports: RAMONES drummer Marky Ramone made a special appearance in New York City on Tuesday (May 30) with the other members of the punk rock supergroup OSAKA POPSTAR. Ramone, Jerry Only from the MISFITS, Dez Cadena from BLACK FLAG, Ivan Julian from RICHARD HELL & THE VOIDOIDS, and longtime RAMONES affiliate John Cafiero were at the Virgin Megastore in Times Square for an autograph session for their album "Osaka Popstar & The American Legends Of Punk". The first single is "Wicked World", and the video for the track is included on a DVD that's packaged with the CD. Ramone told Launch that he's really proud of the album. "It came out great, the videos are great, and we'll see what happens," he said. "It's interesting music, very well produced, and it's very pop. It's great. I love it. I love that album."
Three tracks and a demo from "Osaka Popstar & The American Legends Of Punk" can be found at myspace.com/osakapopstar.
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