A rockabilly tribute to the Ramones was released on September 13, 2005 by CMH Records (Los Angeles). Here you can order it, listen three sample MP3's and read information like:
"Why? I'll tell ya why, kid, it's 'cause this is a rockabilly tribute and the Ramones and rockabilly have a lot more in common than just a couple o' letters! Why, they go together like rama-lama-lama-a-ding-a-dy-dingy-dong, baby! See, in the fifties, when a buncha southern greasers from the sticks decided that the clompity-clomp rhythm of country just wasn't cuttin' it, they revved it up like a car running moonshine and rockabilly was born, causing parents to write congressmen and lock teenagers up in closets. It was the nastiest sound around! Fast forward to 1974, and you got the Ramones trying to musically decapitate everyone in sight with their buzzsaw approach, with much the same results. By combining the two here, we run the risk of an alchemical reaction that no human can control, but hey, I think you can handle it, kid."


1.Blitzkrieg Bop
2.Rockaway Beach
3.Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
4.Cretin Hop
5.She's The One
6.Judy Is A Punk
7.The KKK Took My Baby Away
8.Teenage Lobotomy
9.I Wanna Be Sedated
10.Do You Remember Rock'N'Roll Radio?
11.Beat On The Brat
12.Bop 'Til You Drop