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Joey Ramone

Don't Worry About Me (Colored Vinyl)

(Ramones)

Sanctuary BMG14041V

Released on October 28, 2014


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In the wake of the sad passing of Joey Ramone, Don't Worry About Me is the first posthumous release to come from his estate. Consisting of pop-punk anthems along the lines of '60s garage rock and very early punk, Don't Worry About Me is a sad reminder of how good Ramone really was. With a brilliant ear for melody, a songwriting skill based in simplicity, and the most unpretentious lyrics this side of Chubby Checker, Ramone didn't care about making groundbreaking music when he had mastered the art of pop-punk to a degree most of his disciples will never understand. "What a Wonderful World" and "1969" are excellent covers that do their source material justice, although Louis Armstrong probably never expected his torch song to be rocked out à la Sid Vicious' "My Way." But the two best tracks are "Searching for Something," his Beatlesque tribute to a girl, and "Mr. Punchy," a gorgeous pop song that features a guest appearance from the Damned's Captain Sensible. The anti-cancer anthem "I Got Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up)" is a heartbreaking stance on his condition that is pure punk rock all the way ("I want my life/I want my life/It really sucks/It really sucks") that only goes to show how even toward the end, he refused to give into sentimentality. Nothing new to see here, and that's a good thing, as Ramone's trademark whine never sounded so sincere as it did in his last studio recordings. - Bradley Torreano, All Music

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# Song Name Popularity
1 What A Wonderful World  0%
2 Stop Thinking About It  0%
3 Mr. Punchy  0%
4 Maria Bartiromo  0%
5 Spirit In My House  0%
6 Venting (It's A Different World Today)  0%
7 Like A Drug I Never Did Before  0%
8 Searching For Something  0%
9 I Got Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up)  0%
10 1969  0%
11 Don't Worry About Me  0%
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