*PRE-ORDER* Ramallah - The Last Gasp of Street Rock N' Roll CD
This item is scheduled to ship on 7/17. Any items ordered in conjunction with this record will be held until the release date. However, if the records arrive early then they will ship early. Thank you.
Ramallah – from Nowhere – was founded in 2003 as a solo project departure by “White Trash” Rob Lind of Blood for Blood notoriety. They released an EP on Bridge 9 Records, a full length on I Scream Records and logged extensive worldwide touring. Their early sound ranged from skull-crushing hardcore to pop songs. The early era of the band came to an end in 2007 due to Lind’s renowned drug issues.
Ramallah resurfaced in 2015 with the Back from the Land of Nod EP on State Line Records. The songs were a soundtrack to horrific storytelling of the dark underbelly of drug abuse by Lind. These songs left the Ramallah fanbase with no idea of what was to come with The Last Gasp of Street Rock N’ Roll.
Lind teamed with Boston-area producer and guitar virtuoso, Jason Eick and a new team of musicians to bring this latest chapter to life. Ramallah started as a complete departure from Lind’s past with Blood for Blood. The Last Gasp of Street Rock N’ Roll comes full circle by pulling together all of the sounds and styles that Lind is known for. This album is truly representative of his entire scope and will appeal to longtime Ramallah fans as well as the vast base of Blood for Blood fans that have been waiting for new music for decades.
1 The Last Gasp of Street Rock N' Roll
2 I Don't Believe
3 Dead Girls and Dead Boys Anthem
4 City Boy
5 I Seen You Crawling
6 The Times We Had
7 Bye bye...
8 The Last Gasp of a Wasted Youth
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Please note: signed items could be delayed depending on the status of social distancing recommendations at the time of shipping. I can't make the band go and get sick just to sign posters or CD's. But I figure if you're the type that wants a signed item then you're probably ok with waiting on it. We're not talking extensive delays and there may not be a delay at all.