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You can really feel the love that was put into making this album honor Joey and his incredible love and respect for rock and roll. From friends like Richie and Jean from Plasmatics, Joan Jett, Richie Ramone, Bun E Carlos, Ed Stasium, Andy Shernoff and Little Steven, the album sounds like a consistent album on a whole and not a collection of leftovers. Most songs are mid-tempo power rock and roll (not exactly punk or hard rock), and very engaging.Read more ›
The album kicks off with the upbeat "Rock N Roll is the Answer".A very rocking song to get you going."Going Nowhere Fast" and New York City" could have been on a Ramones album.The anthemic latter is like a punk rock "Empire State of Mind" (with lyrics like "The Ritz and the Cat Club,Pyramid and Limelight").Other highlights for me include "Seven Days of Gloom"("Seven days of gloom,here in my room.If it wasnt for Stooges my life would be doomed").Great song with backing vocals by the handsome one Dick Manitoba.The Phil Spectorish "Party Line" is just a heavinly song Joey sings with Holly Beth Vincent of Holly and the Italians.Then there is the honkeytonk punk of "I Coudn't Sleep" and the country-influenced "Waiting for That Railroad".The album closes with the pretty acoustic version of "Life's a Gass" with chimes that sounds very bittersweet.
Ya Know? is a truly must have for every Ramones fan (or rock fan in general).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I gave it to my grandson after listening to it several times. It was finePublished 11 months ago by Clara
It's not very Ramone-ish music, but it's Joey Ramone and you can't beat that!Published 14 months ago by Debi Nelson
Not as good as the first Joey solo album, but nice to have. Can't believe he's been gone so long already.Published 20 months ago by Tony Moreno
Man, I miss this lovable, troubled loser... Where did my brothers from Queens go? Sucks that only Tommy and Marky are left.Published 22 months ago by Robin J. Wilson
I felt so good to here this mans voice again. This time on his own doing all his own songs. The first two tracks are the best but this one is a keeper. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Egghead-8
Love the Ramones, this record has a few gems but falls short.(sorry Joey) Tracks like, "Party line" and "I couldn't sleep" have that 50's 3 chord thing going on but... Read morePublished on November 27, 2013 by Ssenkrad
I will tell you the story behind this album. Producer Daniel Rey had possession of several demos that Joey Ramone recorded before his untimely passing. Read morePublished on November 13, 2013 by Johnny Heering
very good album! Thanks Mickey Leigh to that embodied the recording brother. all the songs on the highest level! Joey R.i.pPublished on July 13, 2013 by Ivan