A chant used by the audience at a Ramones
concert. It comes from their tune "Blitzkrieg Bop". According to some source, Joey Ramone
wanted a chant
styled similar to the one used in the chorus of "Saturday Night" by the Bay City Rollers
(S A T-U-R T-U-R Day!).
At every Ramones concert the lights are dimmed, dry ice obscures the stage, a recording of the classic spaghetti Western
movie theme "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" is playing, audience members are chanting "Hey ho lets go!", you see men wearing leather jackets and blue jeans bustling around. Then you hear a guitar
note, and the bassist shouts "1-2-3-4!
". Then the band erupts into "Durango 95" and in the mosh pit
all hell breaks loose. An evening of rock'n'roll
fun, chaos and excitement begins.
Catch phrase used by the Ramones. It originated in the song Blitzkreig Bop.
Hey ho lets go! Hey ho lets go! Hey Ho lets go! Forming in straight line....
1. A legendary chant used to cheer on the even more legendary punk band, The Ramones.
2. What stupid posers who don't know who the Ramones are call "Blitzkrieg Bop."
1. HEY HO LET'S GO! FORMIN' IN A STRAIGHT LINE!
2. Poser: Hey, let's listen to "hey ho let's go" by the sex pistols!
Punk: *gives death stare*
*Poser gets SCROTUM KICK'D!*