Editors’ Notes The Ramones made their deepest mark to date with Rocket to Russia, their third album (and second of 1977). Not only was the album a huge fan favorite, it managed several minor hits on the Billboard singles chart with "Sheena is a Punk Rocker," "Rockaway Beach" and a remake of the '50s classic "Do You Wanna Dance." The sound was their cleanest yet, but tracks like "Cretin Hop," "Teenage Lobotomy," and "We're a Happy Family" were hardly less aggressive or hilariously cutting. Again packing 14 songs into barely more than 30 minutes, the band was at a height of concision and imagination. This expanded edition contains five bonus tracks, including the lost song "Slug" and early and demo versions of "I Don't Care," "Needles and Pins," and "It's a Long Way Back."

SONG
Cretin Hop
1
1:55
 
Rockaway Beach
2
2:06
 
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
3
2:49
 
Locket Love
4
2:11
 
I Don't Care
5
1:39
 
Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
6
2:49
 
We're a Happy Family
7
2:40
 
Teenage Lobotomy
8
2:01
 
Do You Wanna Dance
9
1:55
 
I Wanna Be Well
10
2:28
 
I Can't Give You Anything
11
2:01
 
Ramona
12
2:38
 
Surfin' Bird
13
2:37
 
Why Is It Always This Way
14
2:22
 
Needles and Pins (Early Version)
15
2:24
 
Slug
16
2:23
 
It's a Long Way Back to Germany (UK B-Side)
17
2:22
 
I Don't Care (Demo Version)
18
1:40
 
Sheena Is a Punk Rocker (Single Version)
19
2:48