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Mondo Bizarro [Deluxe Edition] Original recording reissued, Extra tracks

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Product details

  • Audio CD (14 Jun. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Extra tracks
  • Label: Captain Oi
  • ASIN: B0002BK9J4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 186,017 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Censorshit
  2. The Job That Ate My Brain
  3. Poison Heart
  4. Anxiety
  5. Strength To Endure
  6. It's Gonna Be Alright
  7. Take It As It Comes
  8. Main Man
  9. Tomarrow She Goes Away
  10. I Won't Let It Happen
  11. Cabbies On Crack
  12. Heidi Is A Headcase
  13. Touring
  14. Spiderman

Product Description

The Ramones thirteenth album gets the full deluxe reissue treatment - Featuring the rare Spiderman as a bonus track plus the No.69 UK hit single Poison Heart - This was the first Ramones studio album to feature new bassist CJ - Comes with detailed liner notes by tour manager Monte Melnick who co-wrote the best selling On The Road With The Ramones book

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Format: Audio CD
Prior to this 1992 album, long term Ramones fans were not very optimistic about the future. Although the previous studio LP (1989's 'Brain Drain') had showed signs of improvement following some weak late 80's efforts, founder member and bassist Dee Dee was gone. Things looked bleak. But it turned out we needn't have worried.
When the opening track jumps out of the speakers and pins you against the wall, all this apprehension goes out the window. The power and vitality that made us love the Ramones in the first place, is back.
New bassist CJ seems to have injected a new level of enthusiasm into the band, even proving to be an acceptable vocalist on 'Strength To Endure' and the brilliant 'Main Man', both as it happens, co-written by Dee Dee.
Elsewhere, tracks such as 'It's Gonna Be Alright' and 'Tomorrow She Goes Away' firmly put the smile back on the faces of the faithful, as both echo the classic Ramones style. Other traditions are kept alive with a few mellower moments like 'I Won't Let It Happen' and the catchy 'Poison Heart'.
'Cabbies On Crack' is Joey's true story of a scary New York cab ride he once took, but at least he survived to tell the tale!
All this, and a crisp production job, easily make it Da Brudders' best album since those essential 70's masterpieces. The phrase "Return To Form" has never been more appropriate.
This re-issue comes with a bonus track and is superbly packaged, so go on, just buy it, and see why this legendary band are sadly missed.
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By A Customer on 20 July 2004
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It's generally accepted that the first 4 Ramones albums & the superb 'It's Alive' are their best. However, 'Mondo Bizarro' is a forgotten gem - in my opinion the last truly classic Ramones record. There's not a bad song on it & the optimism & confidence of a then resurgent Ramones is obvious here. Put simply, they'd got back to writing great songs & with newest recruit C.Jay handling some of the vocals. For example on the brilliant 'Strength to Endure' & 'Main Man'(both written by DeeDee who still contributed songs even tho' he'd left the band). 'Censorshit', 'Job That Ate My Brain', 'Heidi is a Headcase' and 'Cabbies on Crack' are all typically great Ramones songs. 'Tomorrow She Goes Away' is another fireball of a song which made it onto the Ramones anthology CD. Rounding off a near perfect album is the 100mph Beach Boys style 'Touring'. To anyone who loves rock'n'roll you must own this album & to any Ramones fan who doesn't - shame on you. The passage of time has not diminished the classic feel of 'Mondo Bizarro'.
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The music press are always quick to praise the early albums and knock the later offerings but this album is up there with the best. It is powerful, angry and benefits from new blood with the inclusion of CJ Ramone. Well worth buying if you are building up your Ramones collection.
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By A Customer on 28 Dec. 2004
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I have to agree with the previous review, this album is just as good as any of the classic Ramones albums. Listening to "the job that ate my brain" I can only assume Joey's worked in the same place I do. If your a fan and havent got this album, you need to buy it.
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