|Single by Dee Dee King|
|B-side||"Funky Man (Dub)"|
|Recorded||Chung King House of Metal|
|Writer(s)||Dee Dee King|
|Producer(s)||Chris Williamson, Rich Reinhardt|
Funky Man is a single by Dee Dee King, the rapper alias of Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone. It was released as a 12-inch single, with the b-side being an extended dub version of the song. The cover art work was by James Rizzi.
The single was recorded after Ramone was in a drug treatment center where he was introduced to rap. He was still in the Ramones when it was released, although he left the band in 1989 and then released a full album under his King alias, Standing in the Spotlight.
- "Funky Man" – 4:48
- "Funky Man (Dub)" – 6:50
- "Dee Dee Ramone". Markprindle.com. Retrieved 2013-08-29.
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