RE/MX: Video Vaudeville

The Ramones - "I Don't Want to Go Down to the Basement" Animated

"I Don't Want to Go Down to the Basement" is the last song on the first side of the Ramones' 1976 self-titled debut, and clocking in a two minutes and thirty-five seconds, it is also the album's longest. London-based animator Neil Williams applied his talents to the song whose title becomes more interesting after reading this line from the band's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame entry: "Though the subject matter was sometimes dark, emanating from a sullen adolescent basement of the mind, the group also brought cartoonish fun and high-energy excitement back to rock and roll." 

 

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