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V.A. - We're A Happy Family: A Tribute to Ramones (2003)
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V.A. - We're A Happy Family: A Tribute to Ramones (2003)

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We're a Happy Family - A Tribute To Ramones is a tribute album by
various artists as a tribute to the Ramones. It started when Johnny
Ramone was confronted with the idea of a tribute album and was asked if
he wanted to participate, to which he agreed, as long as he would have
full control over the project. He was able to get Rob Zombie as a
co-producer, and call upon different bands to participate. Rob Zombie
also did the cover artwork, and Stephen King, being a fan of the
Ramones, wrote the liner notes.

It was inevitable that a glut of Ramones tribute albums would follow the
passing of Joey and Dee Dee Ramone. The "We're a Happy Family"
thankfully escapes the dubious tribute-album ghetto. It's no surprise
that Ramones descendents like Green Day, Rancid, and the Offspring stick
close to the tired and true, while headbanger James Hetfield makes
"53rd & 3rd" sound like a Metallica song. But the standouts on the
disc are the efforts where artists go off the rails. Pete Yorn turns in a
yearning version of "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend", while Tom Waits goes
the ghoulish route on "The Return of Jackie and Judy". Kiss get the
best-in-show nod for their anthemic "Do You Remember Rock & Roll
Radio?", which is odd given that the Ramones were formed ostensibly as a
reaction against arena rockers like Kiss. Don't miss the final hidden
track, a scary gem by the Chili Peppers' John Frusciante.

~ Jaan Uhelszki, amazon.com

01. Red Hot Chili Peppers -- Havana Affair
02. Rob Zombie -- Blitzkrieg Bop
03. Eddy Vedder and Zeke -- I Believe In Miracles
04. Metallica -- 53rd and 3rd
05. U2 -- Beat On The Brat
06. Kiss -- Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?
07. Marilyn Manson -- The KKK Took My Baby Away
08. Garbage -- I Just Wanna Have Something To Do
09. Green Day -- Outsider
10. The Pretenders -- Something To Believe In
11. Rancid -- Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
12. Pete Yorn -- I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
13. The Offspring -- I Wanna Be Sedated
14. Rooney -- Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
15. Tom Waits -- Return Of Jackie & Judy
16-18. Blank Tracks [Each contains 10 seconds of silence]
19. John Frusciante -- Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World [Hidden Track]

Produced for Release by Johnny Ramone & Rob Zombie.

Release Date: March 3, 2003
Label: Columbia/Sony Music
Catalog No.: 509942-2

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