Critical Review: Pleasant
Pleasant Dreams is the inside story of the music of the first five years of The Ramones on record, on film and live on stage. After the ill fated experiment with Phil Spector this was the album which put the band back on track and proved that The Ramones still had what it takes. Featuring ultra rare footage of The Ramones performing material from Pleasant Dreams live which is previously unreleased on DVD plus rare archive interviews with Joey, Dee Dee, Johnny, Tommy and Markey alongside the views of a leading team of working musicians musicologists and rock journalists, this is the definitive review of how the album was made and how the music has stood the test of time. DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: segments of live tracks: The KKK Took My Baby Away, We Want the Airwaves, Beat on the Brat, Blitzkrieg Bop, I Wanna Be Sedated, Rockaway Beach, Sheena is a Punk Rocker, 90 minute image Gallery.