6 thoughts on “ All Screwed Up - Ramones - The Chrysalis Years ”
While longtime fans will always argue the merit of these post-heyday sessions, there are enough quality singles like "Pet Cemetery," "I Believe in Miracles," "Bonzo Goes to Bitberg," and "Chinese Rocks" to make this worth investigating. An track, single-disc version called Best 6/
Hit and miss, yes, but when it works it's classic Ramones: "Don't Bust My Chops" and "All Screwed Up" are in the melodic three-chord vein they did best, and there's a great cover of the 60's bubblegum pop song "Palisades Park" originally written by Chuck Barris of Gong Show fame. Next up is the horrible Acid Eaters album from /5(10).
The Chrysalis Years is a three-disc compilation that includes all five of the Ramones albums on Chrysalis Records: Brain Drain, Mondo Bizarro, Acid Eaters, ¡Adios Amigos! and Loco Live (some versions include "Animal Boy" from Loco Live). It was released in Genre: Punk rock.
Jul 28, · The Chrysalis Years is a three CD anthology of recordings released by The Ramones while they were signed to the Chrysalis label in Europe. This set features their late '80s/early '90s output including the studio albums Brain Drain, Mondo Bizarro, Acid Eaters and Adios Amigos in their entirety on Disc One and Two plus 33 tracks from their live albums released during the same time period on Disc /5(11).