Osaka Ramones

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Osaka Ramones
Shonen Knife - Osaka Ramones cover.jpeg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 19, 2011
Recorded2010-2011
GenrePunk rock
Length33:25
LabelP-Vine-Good Charamel Records-Damnably
Shonen Knife chronology
Free Time
(2010)
Osaka Ramones
(2011)
Pop Tune
(2012)

Osaka Ramones is Japanese pop-punk group Shonen Knife's 16th studio album. All of the songs on the album are cover songs of the punk group Ramones. The album's cover art takes its inspiration from the Ramones album Road to Ruin. Five songs on the album were recorded in at GCR Audio in Buffalo, New York with Producer Robby Takac[1] in late 2010 and it was intended to be a mini-album. Lead singer/guitarist/songwriter Naoko Yamano later decided that Osaka Ramones would be a full-length album celebrating Shonen Knife's 30th anniversary. The rest of the album was later recorded in Osaka, Japan and mixed at GCR Audio.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Original albumLength
1."Blitzkrieg Bop"Tommy, Dee DeeRamones2:14
2."Rock 'n' Roll High School"Johnny, Dee Dee, JoeyRock 'n' Roll High School2:22
3."We Want the Airwaves"JoeyPleasant Dreams3:28
4."She’s the One"Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, MarkyRoad to Ruin2:18
5."Rockaway Beach"Dee DeeRocket to Russia2:08
6."Sheena Is a Punk Rocker"JoeyRocket to Russia3:07
7."Scattergun"C. J.¡Adios Amigos!2:35
8."Psycho Therapy"Dee Dee, JohnnySubterranean Jungle2:30
9."The KKK Took My Baby Away"JoeyPleasant Dreams2:33
10."We’re a Happy Family"Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, TommyRocket to Russia2:35
11."Chinese Rock"Dee Dee, Richard HellEnd of the Century2:28
12."Beat on the Brat"JoeyRamones2:36
13."Pinhead"Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, TommyLeave Home2:28

References[edit]

  1. ^ Houle, Zachary. "Shonen Knife: Osaka Ramones – Tribute to the Ramones". http://www.popmatters.com/. External link in |website= (help)
  2. ^ "少年ナイフ Shonen Knife" (in Japanese). Shonenknife.net. Retrieved 2013-07-25.