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Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology

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Released  July 20, 1999
Length  2:36:17
Artist  Ramones
Label  Rhino Entertainment
Recorded  1975–1995
Hey! Ho! Let's Go The Anthology (1999)  Ramones Mania 2 (2000)
Release date  20 July 1999
Genre  Punk rock
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Producers  Craig Leon, Tony Bongiovi, Tommy Ramone
Similar  Ramones albums, Punk rock albums

Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology is a two–disc compilation that attempts to summarize the Ramones' career in its entirety. Every Ramones studio album is represented with the exception of Acid Eaters, their 1994 covers album. Some versions of this album include a hardcover 80 page booklet with liner notes by David Fricke and Danny Fields.

Contents

Two songs are billed as being previously unissued song versions: "Rock 'n' Roll High School" and "I Want You Around" are the original Ed Stasium mixes for the film Rock 'n' Roll High School, before they were remixed by Phil Spector for the accompanying soundtrack album. However, the Ed Stasium mix of "Rock 'n' Roll High School" had previously appeared on the 1988 compilation album Ramones Mania.

The album was certified platinum in Argentina as of 2001-04-24, selling more than 40,000 copies. It was also certified silver in the UK (more than 60,000 copies sold) as of December 24, 2004, and gold in Australia by 2006 selling more than 35,000 copies.

Stickers on the original boxset release advertised the collection humorously with the sum: "2 minutes + 3 chords x 58 tracks".

Disc one

All tracks written by Ramones; except where indicated. Actual writers of all songs credited to the Ramones listed below in small font.

Reissue

In 2001 (possibly because of Joey Ramone's death), Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology was re-released. This new version did not include the eighty page booklet and altered the track listing of CD 1. "I'm Affected" and "I Can't Make it on Time" were removed and replaced with "Baby I Love You", which was the band's highest charting hit in the UK.

Ramones

  • Joey Ramone – lead vocals
  • Johnny Ramone – Lead guitar
  • Dee Dee Ramone – bass guitar, backing vocals Disc 1 on all tracks; Disc 2 track 1-20
  • C. J. Ramone – bass, guitar, backing vocals Disc 2 track 21-25
  • Marky Ramone – drums Disc 1 track 22-33; Disc 2 track 1-5 18-25
  • Richie Ramone – drums Disc 2 track 6-17
  • Tommy Ramone – drums Disc 1 track 1-21
  • Additional musicians

  • Barry Goldberg – organ, piano
  • Benmont Tench – keyboards
  • Steve Douglas – saxophone
  • Graham Gouldman - backing vocals
  • Russell Mael - backing vocals
  • Ian Wilson – backing vocals
  • Rodney Bingenheimer - handclapping
  • Harvey Robert Kubernick – handclapping
  • Production

  • Jean Beavoir – mixing, original recording producer, producer
  • Don Berman, Ian Bryan, Ron Cote, John Dixon, DJ Walker Bruce, Gold Andy Hoffman, Don Hunerberg, Ray Janos, Tom Lester, Robbie Norris, Garris Shipon, Harry Spiridakis, Joe Warda – assistant engineer
  • Keith Bessey, Robert Musso, Anders Oredson – engineer, mixing
  • Martin Bisi, Jorge Esteban, Harvey Goldberg, Judy Kirschner, Larry Levine, Boris Menart, Chris Nagle – engineer
  • Joe Blaney, Jason Corsaro – mixing
  • Tony Bongiovi, Ritchie Cordell, Graham Gouldman, Glen Kolotkin, Craig Leon, The Ramones, Phil Spector – original recording producer, producer
  • Sean Donahue – DJ
  • Tommy Ramone – associate producer, engineer, original recording producer, producer
  • Danny Fields, David Fricke – liner notes
  • Oz Fritz, Glenn Rosenstein – mixing assistant
  • Bryce Goggin – assistant engineer, engineer
  • Paul Hamingson – engineer, mixing assistant
  • Bill Inglot, Gary Stewart, Don Williams – compilation producer
  • Gary Kurfirst – executive producer
  • Bill Laswell, Dave Stewart – producer
  • Daniel Rey – musical coordination, original recording producer, producer
  • Donna Sekulidis – production coordination
  • Joel Soiffer – remixing
  • Ed Stasium – engineer, mixing, musical director, original recording producer, producer
  • Songs

    1Blitzkrieg Bop2:13
    2Beat on the Brat2:32
    3Judi Is a Punk1:32

    References

    Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology Wikipedia


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