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Ramones

Too Tough to Dies (Bonus Tracks) (Manufactured on Demand)

Rhino 78158.2

Released on August 20, 2002


$17.75
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With original drummer Tommy Erdelyi producing, the band revisits their punk roots. Expanded edition features the original 13-song album plus the U.K. single "Street Fighting Man," "Smash You," and 9 more previously unreleased bonus tracks. [Note: This product is an authorized, licensed CD and is manufactured on demand]

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mama's Boy  5%
2 I'm Not Afraid Of Life  1%
3 Too Tough To Die  2%
4 Durango 95  2%
5 Wart Hog Voted #1  17%
6 Danger Zone Voted #3  9%
7 Chasing The Night  7%
8 Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La) Voted #2  12%
9 Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love)  8%
10 Planet Earth 1988  4%
11 Humankind  3%
12 Endless Vacation  7%
13 No Go  2%
14 Street Fighting Man  0%
15 Smash You  8%
16 Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La) Demo  3%
17 Planet Earth 1988 (Dee Dee Vocal Version)  0%
18 Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love) Demo  0%
19 Endless Vacation (Demo)  0%
20 Danger Zone (Dee Dee Vocal Version)  0%
21 Outta Here  3%
22 Mama's Boy (Demo)  2%
23 I'm Not An Answer  0%
24 Too Tough To Die (Dee Dee Vocal Version)  4%
25 No Go (Demo)  2%
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Aaron from Batavia, IL 
Jan 27 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I kept hearing that this album was the best Ramones album of the '80's. I would hear a few songs and clips here and there and I didn't buy into it when I was a passive Ramones listener, I would hear songs like "Wart Hog", "Mama's Boy", "Too Tough To Die", etc and think 'this doesn't sound anything like the Ramones I know'. However now having gone from casual listener to Ramones connoisseur, I get it now, and I would have to agree, this is in fact a great album, and one of the best sounding Ramones albums of the 80's. The album's first few songs are a little dark and sludgey, as far as Ramones songs are concerned, and it picks up with the instrumental "Durango 95". The middle portion has some great pop moments including "Chasing The Night" "Howling at the Moon (Sha La-La)" and "Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)". This album is definitely a strange journey for anyone expecting a Rocket To Russia-esque album, but if you're willing to explore the Ramones sonic capabilities along with them, this may end up being a classic to you as well! It's also the first album to feature Richie on drums, who is by far the most over-looked and under-rated Ramone.

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Stephane from Pau, France 
May 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Got in on vinyl and i used to play it all the time at the time... Good shot but this remastered issue, and a pleasure to listen to Dee-Dee rewamping some of those punk rock hits. Simply naturally go for it: You just can't go wrong!

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Tom from Jersey City, NJ 
Jun 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is a must have for any true punk rocker. This is one of the collections that shows the Ramones true superiority to the other early punk bands. In truth, it shows why they were, in fact, too tough to die. This cd has the classic album, plus a ton of cool bonus tracks. If you don't like this album, stick to pop, punk rock is not for you.

TommyO.

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Terrence from White Haven, PA 
Jun 18 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great album. I'm a drummer, so I notice things like this is the first album Richie Ramone played on. This is no doubt a classic Ramones title. It has great songs on it. It also has the first 2 popular songs that Dee Dee sang, Wart Hog and Endless Vacation. Richie Ramone shares some songwriting credits with Dee Dee and Joey on this one with his awesome songs Humankind and one of the bonus tracks, Smash You. Smash You is one of my favorite songs on the cd. Overall this is one of the Ramones' best albums.

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Gilbert J from Riverside, CA 
Mar 30 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is an ok album.It has a lot of tracks like demos and other b-side tracks. Some of the songs are kinda weak. What's the reason for the song Durango 95? It's just an instrumental version of wart hog.My favorite tracks are

Mama's Boy Wart Hog Howling at the moon Endless vacation

there are a lot of good songs but those are the best.

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Doug from Sparks, NV 
Sep 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

All Ramones fans should demand that Interpunk stock the complete set of remastered albums, which would be the first eight. From what I could tell, the only ones currently available were this one and "End of the Century." This classic, originally released in 1984, is the eighth one and shows a little bit of an emerging metal tendency. Joey lets his vocal chords rip a little more harshly on some songs, more balls-out, which offsets the real catchy, poppy stuff nicely. Plus Dee Dee sings on two, his vocals are always harsh, fuckin "Wart Hog" is a classic!! Dee Dee actually wrote or co-wrote most of the songs on this album which may account for the change in sound. Some really underrated songs on here, especially "Danger Zone," "Chasing the Night," and "Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)." And 12 bonus tracks!!! That's like a whole album's worth! That includes 3 Dee Dee vocal versions ("Danger Zone" destroys) plus the incredibly catchy, demented B-side "Smash You" that I hadn't heard for years, would have fit in nicely on one of their first four albums. The demo version of "Howling at the Moon" is a must, stripped of the slick production/keyboards/electronic effects it's a completely different song. Plus I like how Joey sings "No more Marco" instead of "No more narco," hee hee. The Ramones are my favorite band of all time, I miss them terribly.





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