Ramones Mania 2

Ramones Mania 2
Compilation album by Ramones
Released April 18, 2000
Recorded 1988–1996
Genre Punk rock
Length 64:13
Label EMI Japan
Ramones compilation album chronology

Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology
(1999)
Ramones Mania 2
(2000)
Masters of Rock: Ramones
(2001)
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Allmusic 1.5/5 stars [1]

Ramones Mania 2 is a compilation album by the Ramones that serves as a sequel to the band's first compilation album, Ramones Mania. It includes 25 Ramones songs, from the albums Mondo Bizarro, Acid Eaters, ¡Adios Amigos!, and Greatest Hits Live. It was released in 1999 as a Japanese-only release on EMI Japan.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Censorshit" - 3:25 (Joey Ramone)
  2. "Poison Heart" - 4:03 (Dee Dee Ramone / Daniel Rey)
  3. "Strength To Endure" - 2:59 (Dee Dee Ramone / Daniel Rey)
  4. "It's Gonna Be Alright" - 3:19 (Joey Ramone / Andy Shernoff)
  5. "Take It As It Comes" - 2:07 (Jim Morrison / John Densmore / Robby Krieger / Ray Manzarek)
  6. "I Won't Let It Happen" - 2:20 (Joey Ramone / Andy Shernoff)
  7. "Touring" - 2:50 (Joey Ramone)
  8. "Journey To The Center Of The Mind" - 2:51 (Ted Nugent / Steve Farmer)
  9. "Substitute" - 3:14 (Pete Townshend)
  10. "Somebody To Love" - 2:31 (Darby Slick)
  11. "7 and 7 Is" - 1:50 (Arthur Lee)
  12. "My Back Pages" - 2:26 (Bob Dylan)
  13. "Have You Ever Seen The Rain?" - 2:21 (John Fogerty)
  14. "I Don't Want To Grow Up" - 2:43 (Tom Waits / Kathleen Brennan)
  15. "The Crusher" - 2:24 (Dee Dee Ramone / Daniel Rey)
  16. "Life's A Gas" - 3:32 (Joey Ramone)
  17. "Take The Pain Away" - 2:41 (Dee Dee Ramone / Daniel Rey)
  18. "I Love You" - 2:19 (Johnny Thunders)
  19. "Cretin Family" - 2:07 (Dee Dee Ramone / Daniel Rey)
  20. "Have A Nice Day" - 1:38 (Marky Ramone / Garret Uhlenbrook)
  21. "Got A Lot to Say" - 1:39 (C.J. Ramone)
  22. "She Talks To Rainbows" - 3:12 (Joey Ramone)
  23. "Spiderman" - 2:05 (Robert Harris / Paul Francis Webster)
  24. "Anyway You Want it"' - 2:18 (Dave Clark)
  25. "R.A.M.O.N.E.S." - 1:22 (Lemmy / Würzel / Phil Cambell / Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor)

Personnel

References

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