Friday, June 22, 2012

Ramones: We're Outta Here! (with booklet), 1997

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To celebrate the end of their slow-motion break-up, the Ramones (more HERE) released a lavishly packaged recording of their final show in 1997. This now out-f-print set features guest appearances by Dee Dee,  Lemmy from Motorhead, Lars and Tim from Rancid, Chris Cornell and Ben Shepherd of Soundgarden and, for better or worse, Eddie Vedder of Pear Jam fame.

Track Listing

    1. "Durango '95"
    2. "Teenage Lobotomy"
    3.  "Psycho Therapy"
    4.  "Blitzkrieg Bop"
    5   "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
    6.  "I Believe in Miracles"
    7.  "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"
    8.  "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
    9.  "I Wanna Be Sedated"
    10. "Spider-Man"
    11. "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
    12.  "I Just Wanna Have Something to Do"
    13. "Commando"
    14. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"
    15. "Rockaway Beach"
    16. "Pet Sematary"
    17. "The Crusher"
    18. "Love Kills" (featuring Dee Dee Ramone)
    19. "Do You Wanna Dance"
    20. "Somebody Put Something in My Drink"
    21. "I Don't Want You"
    22. "Wart Hog"
    23. "Cretin Hop"
    24. "R.A.M.O.N.E.S." (featuring Lemmy of Motörhead)
    25. "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World"
    26. "Pinhead"
    27. "53rd & 3rd" (featuring Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen of Rancid)
    28. "Listen to My Heart" (featuring Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen of Rancid)
    29. "We're a Happy Family" (featuring Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen of Rancid)
    30. "Chinese Rocks" (featuring Chris Cornell and Ben Shepherd of Soundgarden)
    31. "Beat on the Brat"
    32. "Any Way You Want It" (featuring Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam)

What do you make of this 
last gasp of the Ramones?

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  1. Ramones-maniacs:
    What do you make of this
    last gasp of the Ramones?
    let us know RIGHT HERE!

  2. Well, it wasn't the RAMONES any more, but it was still good. That video kinda looked like the tribute to Johnny show with Joey singing!--Bill

  3. Agree with Anonymous Bill above -- it sure ain't the Ramones as I knew 'em, although by this time they'd really begun to slide into shittiness. I grabbed "Weird Tales" the other day, and some of the songs on there are just un-listenable! Annnnyway: this looks like fun, if only for the parade of cameos....thanks for puttin' it up there!

  4. great googly-moogly!

  5. a new (free) tribute:

  6. wow and one more:

  7. Thanks for sticking with us till the end of the series!


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