Ramones discography

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Ramones discography
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Studio albums14
Live albums7
Compilation albums16
Music videos32
Singles71
Films10

The Ramones were an American punk rock band from New York City. Their discography consists of fourteen studio albums, seven live albums, sixteen compilation albums, seventy-one singles, thirty-two music videos and ten films. The band formed in early 1974, and upon signing with Seymour Stein of Sire Records, the Ramones released their self-titled debut album on April 23, 1976.[1] Despite the recording process only taking a week and being on a budget of $6,400,[2][3] the album has since become their most accoladed and iconic release.[4][5] 1977's Leave Home was the band's follow up album, released less than a year later, also through Sire.[6] While it was the first album to chart in the United Kingdom,[7], it did not chart as well in the United States as Ramones, nor their third record, Rocket to Russia, which was released in late 1977.[8] Road to Ruin was the band's fourth studio album and their first to feature a change in the band member line-up, with drummer Marky Ramone replacing Tommy Ramone.[9]

It's Alive, released in 1979, was the Ramones' first live album, and only one to chart.[10][7] The band's following studio album, 1980's End of the Century, was their only record produced by Phil Spector and their most successful album commercially, peaking at #44 on the United States Billboard 200 and charting in six other countries.[11] In 1981 they released Pleasant Dreams with producer Graham Gouldman who, according to the album's critics, sparked a change in the Ramones' style of music, beginning a transition away from classic punk rock, surf punk and British punk sounds toward heavier punk rock, heavy metal and acid rock elements.[12][13][14] Subterranean Jungle, released in 1983, would be the band's final release to chart within the top 100 of the Billboard 200, and was also the final release before firing Marky as drummer. Richie Ramone would be the band's new drummer for 1984's Too Tough to Die[15], which was produced by former drummer Tommy alongside Ed Stasium.[16] While the album was critically acclaimed for having similar characteristics to the band's earlier albums, their next release, 1986's Animal Boy, incorporated more contemporary production techniques and sounds, including synthesizers.[17][18]

The band's first compilation album, entitled Ramones Mania, was released in 1988 and would go on to be certified Gold in the United States. Richie's final appearance would be on 1987's Halfway to Sanity, with Elvis Ramone briefly replacing him for two performances in August before Marky was brought back into the band.[19][20] 1989's Brain Drain would be their final album to feature Dee Dee Ramone as bassist, as well as their last to be released through Sire.[21] The Ramones signed to Radioactive Records and released Mondo Bizarro in 1992 with new bassist C.J. Ramone.[15] Despite being the band's least successful studio album in respect to the Billboard 200, it went Gold in Brazil in 2001. Their first and only cover album, Acid Eaters, was released in 1994, just one year before the band's fourteenth and final studio album, ¡Adios Amigos!, produced by Halfway to Sanity producer Daniel Rey.[22] Although the Ramones disbanded in mid-1996, thirteen compilation albums and four live albums have been released since then.[23]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
[24]
CA
[25]
NL
[26]
NO
[27]
NZ
[28]
SWE
[10]
UK
[7]
1976 Ramones
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: April 23, 1976
111 48
1977 Leave Home
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: January 10, 1977
148 45
Rocket to Russia
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: November 4, 1977
49 36 31 60
1978 Road to Ruin
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: September 22, 1978
103 25 32
1980 End of the Century
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: February 4, 1980
44 41 27 36 48 10 14
1981 Pleasant Dreams
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: July 20, 1981
58 35
1983 Subterranean Jungle
  • Labels: Sire
  • Released: February 28, 1983
83
1984 Too Tough to Die 171 49 63
1986 Animal Boy
  • Labels: Sire, Beggars Banquet
  • Released: May 19, 1986
143 94 37 38
1987 Halfway to Sanity
  • Labels: Sire, Beggars Banquet
  • Released: September 15, 1987
172 68 43 78
1989 Brain Drain
  • Labels: Sire, Chrysalis
  • Released: May 18, 1989
122 41 75
1992 Mondo Bizarro
  • Labels: Radioactive, Chrysalis
  • Released: September 1, 1992
190 41 87
1993 Acid Eaters
  • Labels: Radioactive, Chrysalis
  • Released: December 1, 1993
179 48 26
1995 ¡Adios Amigos!
  • Labels: Radioactive, Chrysalis
  • Released: July 18, 1995
148 16 62

Live albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak positions
SWE
[10]
UK
[7]
1979 It's Alive 38 27
1992 Loco Live[31]
  • Released: March 1992
  • Label: Sire
1996 Greatest Hits Live[32]
1997 We're Outta Here![33]
  • Released: November 1997
  • Label: MCA
2001 You Don't Come Close[34]
2003 NYC 1978[35]
  • Released: August 2003
  • Label: King Biscuit
2011 Live On Air[36]
  • Released: January 2011
  • Label: Westworld

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
[24]
BEL
[37]
CA
[25]
SPA
[38]
SWE
[10]
UK
[7]
1988 Ramones Mania (The Best Of 1976-1988)
  • Released: May 1988
  • Labels: Sire
168 84 47
1990 All The Stuff (And More!) Volume 1 (First and second albums plus extra tracks)[39]
  • Released: May 1990
  • Labels: Sire
All The Stuff (And More!) Volume 2 (Third and fourth albums plus extra tracks)[40]
1999 Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology (The Best Of 1975-1996)
  • Released: July 1999
  • Labels: Rhino
46 32 13 74
2000 Ramones Mania 2 (The Best of 1989-1996)[42]
  • Released: April 2000
  • Labels: Phantom
2001 Masters of Rock: Ramones (The Best of 1989-1995)[43]
  • Released: August 2001
  • Labels: EMI
2002 Best of the Chrysalis Years (The Best of 1989-1995)[44]
  • Released: May 2002
  • Labels: EMI
27
Loud, Fast Ramones: Their Toughest Hits (The Best Of 1975-1996)[45]
  • Released: October 2002
  • Labels: WEA
The Chrysalis Years (Final four albums plus Loco Live)[46]
  • Released: December 2002
  • Labels: EMI International
61
2004 The Best of the Ramones (The Best of 1989-1995)[47]
  • Released: May 2004
  • Labels: Simply the Best
2005 Weird Tales of the Ramones[48]
  • Released: August 2005
  • Labels: Rhino/Warner Bros.
2006 Hey Ho Let's Go: Greatest Hits (The Best Of 1976-1989)[49]
  • Released: June 2006
  • Labels: Rhino
2007 Essential[50]
  • Released: July 16, 2007
  • Labels: Chrysalis
2012 Opus Collection: Rockaway Beach[51]
  • Released: August 14, 2012
  • Labels: Starbucks Records
153
2012 The Ramones: All The Best (2CDs) [52]
  • Released: December 12, 2012
  • Labels: EMI International / WEA / Chrysalis
_
2017 Morrissey Curates The Ramones
  • Released: November 28, 2017
  • Labels: Rhino
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or was not certified.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Chart positions Album
US
[53]
US MDR
[53]
BEL
[37]
IRE
[54]
NL
[26]
SWE
[10]
UK
[7]
1976 "Blitzkrieg Bop" b/w "Havana Affair"[55] Ramones
"I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" b/w "California Sun/I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You" (recorded live at The Roxy, Los Angeles)
1977 "I Remember You" b/w "California Sun/I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You" (recorded live at The Roxy, Los Angeles) Leave Home
"Swallow My Pride" b/w "Pinhead" 36
"Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" b/w "I Don't Care" 81 20 22 Rocket to Russia
"Rockaway Beach" b/w "Locket Love" 66 Rocket to Russia
1978 "Do You Wanna Dance?" b/w "Babysitter" 86
"Don't Come Close" b/w "I Don't Want You" 39 Road to Ruin
"Needles and Pins" b/w "I Wanted Everything"
1979 "She's the One" b/w "I Wanna Be Sedated"
"Rock 'n' Roll High School" b/w "I Want You Around" 7 5 67 Rock 'n' Roll High School
1980 "Baby, I Love You" b/w "High Risk Insurance" 25 5 8 End of the Century
"Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?" b/w "Let's Go" 54
"I Wanna Be Sedated" b/w "The Return of Jackie and Judy" Times Square
1981 "We Want the Airwaves" b/w "You Sound Like You're Sick" [A] Pleasant Dreams
"She's a Sensation" b/w "All's Quiet on the Eastern Front"
1983 "Psycho Therapy" b/w "My-My Kind of a Girl" Subterranean Jungle
"Time Has Come Today" b/w "Outsider"
1984 "Howling at the Moon (Sha-La-La)" b/w "Smash You" 85
[B]
Too Tough to Die
1985 "Chasing the Night" b/w "Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)"
"Bonzo Goes to Bitburg" b/w "Go Home Ann"/"Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)" 81 Animal Boy
1986 "Somebody Put Something in My Drink" b/w "Animal Boy" 69
[C]
"Something to Believe In" b/w "Love Kills"
"Crummy Stuff" b/w "She Belongs to Me" 98
1987 "A Real Cool Time" b/w "Life Goes On" 85 Halfway to Sanity
"I Wanna Live" b/w "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)"
1989 "Pet Sematary" b/w "All Screwed Up" 4 Brain Drain
"I Believe in Miracles" b/w "Zero Zero UFO"
1992 "Poison Heart" b/w "Censorshit" 6 69 Mondo Bizarro
"Strength to Endure" b/w "The Ballad of Tipper Gore"
1993 "Touring" b/w "Cabbies on Crack"
"Journey to the Center of the Mind" b/w "Surfin' Safari" Acid Eaters
"Substitute" b/w "Can't Seem to Make You Mine"
1994 "7 and 7 Is" b/w "Out of Time"
1995 "I Don't Want to Grow Up" b/w "R.A.M.O.N.E.S." 30 ¡Adios Amigos!

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1979 "Do You Wanna Dance?" Allan Arkush, from Rock 'n' Roll High School movie.[56]
"I Want You Around"
"I Just Want to Have Something to Do"
1980 "Rock 'n' Roll High School" Mark Robinson[57]
"Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"
1981 "We Want the Airwaves" Craig Leiber, Kirk Heflin, Maureen Nappi[57]
"It's Not My Place (In the 9 to 5 World)" Craig Leibner[58]
"The KKK Took My Baby Away"
1983 "Psycho Therapy" Frances Delia[57]
"Time Has Come Today" Demyan, Schiro[57]
1984 "Howling at the Moon (Sha-la-la)" Frances Delia[57]
1986 "Something to Believe In" Bill Fishman, Preacher Ewing[57]
"Somebody Put Something in My Drink" (Rough Cut) George Seminara[58]
1987 "I Wanna Live" Bill Fishman, Preacher Ewing[57]
1988 "I Wanna Be Sedated" Bill Fishman[57]
1989 "Pet Sematary"
"Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)" George Seminara[57][59]
1990 "I Believe in Miracles"
1991 "Blitzkrieg Bop" (Live)
1992 "Poison Heart" Samuel Bayer[60]
"Strength to Endure" George Seminara[59]
"Touring" (Original Version) John Cafiero[61]
1994 "Substitute" Tom Rainone[59]
1995 "I Don't Want to Grow Up" Jonathon Dayton, Valerie Faris[59]
1996 "Spiderman"

Films[edit]

Year Film Director Certifications
(sales thresholds)
1976 The Blank Generation Ivan Kral, Amos Poe[62]
1979 Rock 'n' Roll High School Allan Arkush[63]
1990 Lifestyles of the Ramones George Seminara[64]
1993 "Rosebud" (The Simpsons) Wes Archer[65]
1998 Ramones – Around the World Marky Ramone[66]
2002 The Ramones and I Rusty Nails[67]
2003 End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones Jim Fields, Michael Gramaglia[68]
2004 Ramones: Raw John Cafiero[69]
2006 Too Tough to Die: A Tribute to Johnny Ramone Mandy Stein[70]
2007 It's Alive 1974–1996 George Seminara[71]

Tribute albums[edit]

Full album tributes[edit]

Year Album Artist Record company
1992 Ramones Screeching Weasel Selfless Records
1994 Leave Home The Vindictives Selfless Records
1994 Rocket to Russia The Queers Selfless Records, Liberation Records
1996 End of the Century Boris the Sprinkler Clearview Records
1997 It's Alive Parasites Clearview Records
1997 Pleasant Dreams Beatnik Termites Clearview Records
1998 Road to Ruin The Mr. T Experience Clearview Records
1998 Too Tough to Die Jon Cougar Concentration Camp Liberation Records
2000 Too Tough to Die The McRackins Clearview Records
2001 Ramones Maniacs Various Trend Is Dead! Records
2004 Subterranean Jungle[72] Tip Toppers Ramones Fans Norway
2013 Halfway To Sanity[73] Kobanes Fixing A Hole Records

Other tributes[edit]

Year Album Artist(s) Record Company
1987 Ramones Operation Ivy Metropolis Records
1991 Gabba Gabba Hey: A Tribute to the Ramones Various Triple X Records
1996 Rocket to Ramonia The Huntingtons Burnt Toast Vinyl
1998 Blitzkrieg Over You Various Nasty Vinyl
1999 File Under Ramones The Huntingtons Tooth and Nail Records
2001 Glue Sniffin' Shocker Reload Reload Music
2002 Strength To Endure: A Tribute To Ramones & Motorhead Riotgun. & Bullet Treatment Basement Records
2002 The Song Ramones The Same Various White Jazz Records
2002 Ramones Forever: An International Tribute Radical Records
2003 We're a Happy Family: A Tribute to Ramones Columbia Records
2004 Sniffin' Glue: A Las Vegas Tribute to the Ramones Afternoon Records
2005 Guitar Tribute to the Ramones Tribute Sounds Records
2005 The Rockabilly Tribute to Ramones CMH Records
2005 Pan for Punks...A Steelpan Tribute to the Ramones Tracy Thornton Pandemic Records
2006 Brats on the Beat: Ramones for Kids Various Go-Kart Records
2007 Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of the Ramones Rockabye Baby Records
2008 Bossa n' Ramones Music Brokers Records
2008 Rocket from Poland Dumbs Pasażer Records
2011 Osaka Ramones Shonen Knife Good Charamel Records

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