Album: All The Stuff (And More) - Vol. II
Release Date: November 1991
Music Genre: Punk Rock Rock & Roll
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 30 Tracks CD
American punk rock band formed in 1974 and disbanded in 1996. Hailing from Forest Hills - a neighborhood of Queens, New York City (USA) - the original line-up consisted of singer Joey Ramone (Jeffrey Hyman, born May 19th, 1951, died April 15th, 2001), guitarist Johnny Ramone (John Cummings, born October 8th, 1948, died September 15th, 2004), bassist Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Colvin, born September 18th, 1952, died June 5th, 2002) and drummer Tommy Ramone (Tom Erdelyi, born January 29, 1952, died July 11th, 2014). After Tommy left the band in early 1978 he was replaced by Marky Ramone (Marc Bell). He was fired in 1983 and was then replaced by Richie Ramone (Richard Beau). In 1987, he then left the band and was briefly replaced by Elvis Ramone (Clem Burke) for two performances (August 28 & 29, 1987) before Marky returned in September, 1987. In 1989, Dee Dee left and was replaced by
|3||Here Today, Gone Tomorrow||2:49|
|5||I Don't Care||1:39|
|6||Sheena Is A Punk Rocker||2:49|
|7||We're A Happy Family||2:30|
|9||Do You Wanna Dance?||1:55|
|10||I Wanna Be Well||2:28|
|11||I Can't Give You Anything||2:01|
|14||Why Is It Always This Way?||2:15|
|16||I Want You Around (Original Version)||2:53|
|17||I Just Wanna Have Something To Do||2:42|
|18||I Wanted Everything||3:19|
|19||Don't Come Close||2:45|
|20||I Don't Want You||2:26|
|21||Needles And Pins||2:21|
|22||I'm Against It||2:07|
|23||I Wanna Be Sedated||2:29|
|26||She's The One||2:12|
|28||It's A Long Way Back||2:21|
|29||I Don't Wanna Live This Life (Anymore)||3:27|
Tracks 1 to 14 recorded at Media Sound, New York, mixed at Power Station, New York, and originally released in 1977 as "Rocket To Russia".
Tracks 17 to 28 recorded at Media Sound, New York, and originally release in 1978 as "Road To Ruin".
Tracks 15, 16, 29, 30 are marked in the booklet as previously unreleased bonus tracks (track 29 was actually previously released as indicated below).
Tracks 15 and 30 are demo versions.
Track 15 done at Gold Star.
Track 16 produced in Los Angeles, September, 1978.
Track 29 originally released as the B-side of the UK single "Crummy Stuff".
All songs published by Taco Tunes/Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP, except track 9, Clockus Music, Inc. BMI, track 13, Beechwood Music Corp. BMI, track 21, Metric Music BMI, and tracks 15, 16 and 29, Taco Tunes ASCAP
Sire Records Company.
Marketed by Warner Bros. Records Inc., a Time Warner Company.
© 1991 Sire Records Company
℗ 1977, 1978, 1991 Sire Records Company
Made in U.S.A.
Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing