Album: Pet Sematary
Release Date: December 1989
Music Genre: Punk Rock Rock & Roll
Label: Red Eye (2)
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 3 Tracks Vinyl Album 12"
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
|A||Pet Sematary (Single Version)||3:32|
|B1||Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (LP Version)||2:47|
|B2||Life Goes On||3:30|
Specially-Priced Maxi Single.
Based on the best selling thriller.
A and B2 published by Taco Tunes ASCAP.
B1 published by Taco Tunes/Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP.
Track A, original version from the forthcoming Ramones album on Sire Records (1-25905)
B1 from the Sire album Ramones Mania (1-25709)
B2 is not contained in the Paramount motion picture Pet Sematary.
Marketed by Warner Bros. Records Inc.
© 1989 Sire Records Company.
Title and artwork © 1989 Paramount Pictures Corporation.
℗ 1989 Sire Records Company.
Made in U.S.A.
Copies with golden promo stamp also exist.