The Song Ramones The Same

The Song Ramones the Same
Compilation album by Various artists
Released July 2, 2002
Genre Punk rock
Label White Jazz Records
Ramones tribute albums chronology

We're a Happy Family
The Song Ramones the Same
Brats on the Beat

The Song Ramones the Same is a tribute album done by various artists as a tribute to the Ramones. The title is a reference to the multiple works of Led Zeppelin entitled The Song Remains the Same. The album reached #15 on the Swedish albums chart,[1] while the single "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" peaked just outside the top 40.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Rockaway Beach" - Sahara Hotnights
  2. "The KKK Took My Baby Away" - Cool Millions
  3. "Blitzkrieg Bop" - Sort Sol
  4. "I Remember You" - The Nomads & Kissettes
  5. "Havana Affair"- D-A-D
  6. "What'd Ya Do" - Hellacopters
  7. "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" - Per Gessle
  8. "Mama's Boy"- The Saturnine
  9. "I Just Wanna Have Something to Do" - The Dictators
  10. "Mental Hell"- Sator
  11. "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue" - Whale
  12. "I'm Not Afraid of Life" - Wolf
  13. "Bonzo Goes to Bitburg - Wayne Kramer
  14. "Carbona Not Glue" - Toilet Böys
  15. "I Believe In Miracles" - Maryslim
  16. "I Can't Make It On Time"- Wilmer X
  17. "Return of Jackie & Judy" - Danko Jones
  18. "Pet Semetary" - Backyard Babies
  19. "Questioningly" - Jesse Malin


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