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Loco Live


Download links and information about Loco Live by Ramones. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:07:33 minutes.

Artist: Ramones
Release date: 1991
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:07:33
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No. Title Length
1. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Live) 1:55
2. Durango 95 (Live) 0:46
3. Teenage Lobotomy (Live) 1:32
4. Psycho Therapy (Live) 2:15
5. Blitzkrieg Bop (Live) 1:44
6. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio (Live) 2:59
7. I Believe In Miracles (Live) 2:51
8. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment (Live) 1:19
9. Rock 'N' Roll High School (Live) 1:48
10. I Wanna Be Sedated (Live) 2:09
11. The KKK Took My Baby Away (Live) 2:41
12. I Wanna Live (Live) 2:17
13. My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down (Bonzo Goes to Bitburg) [Live] 2:52
14. Chinese Rocks (Live) 2:02
15. Sheena Is a Punk Rocker (Live) 1:47
16. Rockaway Beach (Live) 2:03
17. Pet Sematary (Live) 4:15
18. Judy Is a Punk (Live) 1:27
19. Mama's Boy (Live) 2:09
20. Animal Boy (Live) 1:54
21. Wart Hog (Live) 1:35
22. Surfin' Bird (Live) 2:29
23. Cretin Hop (Live) 1:23
24. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You (Live) 1:11
25. Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World (Live) 1:38
26. Pinhead (Live) 2:36
27. Somebody Put Something In My Drink (Live) 2:37
28. Beat On the Brat (Live) 2:14
29. Ignorance Is Bliss (Live) 3:30
30. I Just Want to Have Something to Do (Live) 2:15
31. Havana Affair (Live) 1:21
32. I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement (Live) 1:59



It’s Alive remains the definitive Ramones live album, capturing the group at its peak in London on New Year’s Eve, 1977-78. Yet this set, Loco Live—released in 1991 with C.J. Ramone and not Dee Dee—remains true to The Ramones' legend as a killer live band. At this point, The Ramones were still scoring the occasional hit single (or having an older song rediscovered), but their live shows were all about entertaining the punk and metal kids who loved it louder, faster, and louder again. The band satisfies all comers with songs both new and old performed with a conviction that never left them. Apparently, the band members didn’t need to speak to one another; they just needed C.J. to count off the song and they’d go for it. Highlights here include a stripped-down “Do You Remember Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio,” the later classic “My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down (Bonzo Goes to Bitburg),” “Mama’s Boy," and “Somebody Put Something in My Drink,” all played alongside the usual suspects like “Pinhead,” “Blitzkrieg Bop," and “Rockaway Beach.”