Pleasant Dreams (Beatnik Termites album)

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Pleasant Dreams
Studio album by Beatnik Termites
Released 1997
Recorded 1997
Genre Punk rock, pop punk
Label Clearview/Coldfront

Pleasant Dreams is a 1997 album by Beatnik Termites covering the sixth album by The Ramones in its entirety.[1] Other Ramones cover albums include Ramones (by Screeching Weasel), Rocket To Russia (by The Queers), Leave Home (by The Vindictives), Road To Ruin (by The Mr. T Experience) and End Of The Century (by Boris The Sprinkler).

Track listing[2][edit]

  1. "We Want the Airwaves" (Joey Ramone)
  2. "All's Quiet on the Eastern Front" (Dee Dee Ramone)
  3. "The KKK Took My Baby Away" (Joey Ramone)
  4. "Don't Go" (Joey Ramone)
  5. "You Sound Like You're Sick" (Dee Dee Ramone)
  6. "She's a Sensation" (Joey Ramone)
  7. "7-11" (Joey Ramone)
  8. "You Didn't Mean Anything to Me" (Dee Dee Ramone)
  9. "Come On Now" (Dee Dee Ramone)
  10. "This Business Is Killing Me" (Joey Ramone)
  11. "Sitting in My Room" (Dee Dee Ramone)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Information regarding this album pulled from http://www.allmusic.com/album/r514496 (accessed 12/04/2009)
  2. ^ http://www.amazon.com/Pleasant-Dreams-Beatnik-Termites/dp/B000CNGGY4