RAMONES Tribute Changes Title

According to the official web site of MARILYN MANSON, the upcoming RAMONES tribute album, to which MANSON has contributed a cover "The KKK Took My Baby Away", will be titled Ramones Forever and not We're A Happy Family, as previously reported.

Due to be issued in August through DV8/Columbia Records, Ramones Forever will contain additional cuts from ROB ZOMBIE ("Blitzkrieg Bop"), EDDIE VEDDER ("I Believe In Miracles"), RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS ("Havana Affair"), OFFSPRING ("I Wanna Be Sedated"), PRETENDERS ("Something To Believe In"), GARBAGE ("I Just Want To Have Something To Do"), MOTORHEAD ("Rockaway Beach"), GREEN DAY ("Outsider"), STATIC-X ("Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment"), RANCID ("Sheena Is A Punk Rocker"), U2 ("Beat on the Brat"), METALLICA ("We're a Happy Family"), and TOM WAITS ("Jacky and Judy").


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