According to the liner notes, the album was originally released as a tour edition of 300, pressed on half-blue, half-yellow marbled12" vinyl. The original tour edition also featured a felt, cloth-like front and back cover, separated into two 12" squares. The album was later re-issued on black vinyl with a standard album jacket, limited to a pressing of 1700 copies. To date, it is the only Mr. T Experience album to not see a release on compact disc.
The album is one of several covers of Ramones albums released by punk rock bands in the 1990s. Screeching Weasel released their version of Ramones in 1992, a complete cover of the Ramones first album, and in 1994 The Queers released Rocket to Russia. Both bands are contemporaries of the Mr. T Experience, having played numerous shows together throughout each other's careers. Later, in 2000, the Mr. T Experience EP The Miracle of Shame would include another Ramones homage entitled "Mr. Ramones."