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Masters of Rock: Ramones

Masters of Rock: Ramones
Compilation album by Ramones
Released August 23, 2001
Recorded 1989–1995
Genre Punk rock
Label EMI
Producer Jean Beauvoir
Bill Laswell
Daniel Rey
Ed Stasium
Scott Hackwith
Ramones compilation album chronology
Ramones Mania Vol. 2
Masters of Rock: Ramones
Best of the Chrysalis Years
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

Masters of Rock: Ramones is a compilation album by the Ramones. It was released on EMI in 2001. The record is made up of tracks from the five Ramones albums on Chrysalis Records: Brain Drain, Mondo Bizarro, Acid Eaters, ¡Adios Amigos! and Loco Live.

Track listing

  1. "Pet Semetary"
  2. "I Believe In Miracles"
  3. "Poison Heart"
  4. "All Screwed Up"
  5. "Censorshit"
  6. "The Job That Ate My Brain"
  7. "Cabbies on Crack"
  8. "Strength To Endure"
  9. "I Won't Let It Happen"
  10. "Substitute"
  11. "The Crusher"
  12. "Surf City"
  13. "Blitzkrieg Bop (Live)"
  14. "Rock and Roll Radio (Live)"
  15. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker (Live)"
  16. "Rock & Roll High School (Live)"
  17. "Rockaway Beach (Live)"
  18. "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg (Live)"
  19. "Wart Hog (Live)"
  20. "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight)"


  1. ^ James Christopher Monger (2001-08-20). "Masters of Rock - The Ramones | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-02-10. 
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