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George Seminara  . Samuel Bayer . George Seminara . John Cafiero . Tom Rainone . Jonathon Dayton, Valerie Faris . And from there, they make their way through such obvious highlights as the endearingly juvenile "Crummy Stuff" and "My Brain is Hanging Upside Down Bonzo Goes to Bitburg ," an open letter to Ronald Reagan after the president's visit to the graves of fallen Nazi storm troopers.
A quintessentially inessential exercise in paying tribute to the sounds of their pre-Ramones youth, it gets off to a promising start with "Journey to the Center of the Mind," staying true to spirit of the Amboy Dukes original while playing up the punk guitars. And most tracks take a similar approach, from a version of "Substitiute" so faithful it features the Who's Pete Townshend chiming in on backing vocals, to relentless renditions of "The Shape of Things to Come" and "7 and 7 Is," a love song that serves as a showcase for Marky Ramone's amazing drum work.
Also nice: a bittersweet version of the Rolling Stones song "Out of Time. This one opens with two cover songs -- the handclap-driven "Little Bit O' Soul" and "I Need Your Love" -- and comes back later with a cowbell-rocking cover of the Chambers Brothers' "Time Has Come Today," which features a truly inspired lead vocal from Joey over a muscular wall of guitars.
The way he phrases "psychedelicized" alone makes this one worth your while. This one gave them a modern-rock radio hit in a classic song written to order for Stephen King's "Pet Sematary. He can't find Santa, can't find Rudolph, can't find Blitzen and his girl can't find it in her heart to set aside their differences, despite his pleas of "Christmas ain't the time for breakin' each other's hearts. Their final album begins with them staring retirement in the face while turning their amps to 11 as Joey insists, "I Don't Want to Grow Up.
It couldn't sound more like classic Ramones. This was seen as return to form after "Subterranean Jungle," with Dee Dee taking the wheel in the writing department and Richie Ramone taking over for Marky on drums. And it certainly lives up to its title with a tougher brand of punk and often snarled lyrics.Jun 15, · 1. Intro 2. Durango 95 3. Teenage Lobotomy 4. Psycho Therapy 5. Blitzkrieg Bop 6. Do You Remember Rock N' Roll Radio? 7. Danger Zone 8. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 9. Rock N' Roll High School