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Too Tough to Die (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Too Tough to Die (Deluxe Edition) by Ramones. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:10:52 minutes.

Artist: Ramones
Release date: 1985
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:10:52
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No. Title Length
1. Mama's Boy 2:09
2. I'm Not Afraid of Life 3:12
3. Too Tough to Die 2:37
4. Durango 95 0:55
5. Wart Hog 1:54
6. Danger Zone 2:08
7. Chasing the Night 4:27
8. Howling At the Moon (Sha-La-La) 4:07
9. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love) 4:32
10. Planet Earth 1988 2:54
11. Human Kind 2:42
12. Endless Vacation 1:47
13. No Go 3:03
14. Street Fighting Man 2:55
15. Smash You 2:21
16. Howling At the Moon (Sha-La-La) [Demo] 3:15
17. Planet Earth 1988 (Demo) 3:00
18. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love) [Demo] 4:06
19. Endless Vacation (Demo) 1:45
20. Danger Zone (Dee Dee Vocal Version) 2:07
21. Out of Here 4:08
22. Mama's Boy (Demo) 2:15
23. I'm Not an Answer (Demo) 2:53
24. Too Tough to Die (Dee Dee Vocal Version) 2:35
25. No Go (Demo) 3:05



Reuniting with original producer Tommy Erdelyi and adding new drummer Richie Ramone, the Ramones approached Too Tough to Die with a strongly defined sense of purpose. Their once minimalist approach and strict, quick, short tunes were abandoned in favor of greater variety. Dee Dee and Johnny Ramone sported their hardcore-punk-influenced side with the speedily charged “Wart Hog” and “Endless Vacation” (which also featured Dee Dee on vocals), while the group also worked up fully fleshed-out compositions that broke the four-minute mark. Their pop instincts are in full force as “Chasing the Night,” “Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)” and the Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart-produced “Howling At the Moon (Sha-La-La)” illustrate. “I’m Not Afraid of Life” ticks with a Hitchcockian sense of foreboding, while the title track, “Planet Earth 1988” and “Human Kind” address mortality and current events with serious implications. “Durango 95” is the band’s one and only instrumental. The expanded edition includes a compelling collection of extras, including a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Street Fighting Man” and additional tracks featuring Dee Dee on vocals.