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We're a Happy Family Import

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  • CD (11 février 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00007FPKG
  • Autres versions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Havana Affair - Red Hot Chili Peppers
  2. Blitzkrieg Bop - Rob Zombie
  3. I Believe In Miracles - Eddie Vedder
  4. 53rd & 3rd - Metallica
  5. Beat On The Brat - U2
  6. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio - Kiss
  7. The KKK Took My Baby Away - Marilyn Manson
  8. I Just Wanna Have Something To Do - Garbage
  9. Outsider - Green Day
  10. Soemthing To Believe In - The Pretenders
  11. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker - Rancid
  12. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend - Pete Yorn
  13. I Wanna Be Sedated - The Offspring
  14. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow - Rooney
  15. Return Of Jackie & Judy - Tom Waits
  16. Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love) - Eddie Vedder
  17. Silent - We're A Happy Family: A Tribute To The Ramones
  18. Silent - We're A Happy Family: A Tribute To The Ramones
  19. Silent - We're A Happy Family: A Tribute To The Ramones
  20. Bonus Track 1 - We're A Happy Family: A Tribute To The Ramones

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HASH(0x939f56b4) étoiles sur 5 If Packaging was all it took, This would get Five Stars!!! 5 avril 2003
Par James D. Keaton Sr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have a rather Complete Music Collection, and sometimes it's difficult to find new music to add, so when I was out shopping and saw this CD I was a bit excited. The cover art is wonderful. The artists contained within are some of my favorites. I quickly removed the packaging and plopped it in my car stereo. I instantly loved the first track, The Chili Peppers, sound like themselves, but do "Havana Affair", great justice. I think Joey and Dee-Dee would have been proud. It's the best track on the CD and for diehard Ramones fans, it's worth getting for this cover.
I had hoped the rest of the album would live up to this song, but it falls short. Rob Zombie totally removed the spirit and fun from "Blitzkrieg Bop", Edde Vedder's work was OK, but not standout. Metallica sounds great musically, but again doesn't have the attitude that makes 53rd and 3rd one of my favorite Ramones songs. I love U2 and thought they might have something interesting, but they basically stuck with the original music and Bono's vocal just doesn't work. They should have picked a song more suited to their style. Kiss does a good job on "Rock and Roll Radio". Marilyn Manson's verson of "KKK..." is interesting, but in it's complexity it loses the humour that makes the original a really good track. Garbage does well with "I just want to have something to do", but like most other songs on this record, it made me long for the original. Green Day does great with "outsider", but I guess I somehow resent that band for copying what the Ramones did and making the money that they never did. Pete Yorn and Rooney's covers were both pretty decent and the rest of the album is kind of lukewarm. After listening, I pulled out the real Ramones's Cd's and they put a smile on my face. I guess what I had wanted from this CD was totally unrealistic. I wanted to be back in the late 70's, buying real Ramones Albums. I wanted to feel like I was getting something daring and exciting. It was a mistake in judgement on my part. The experiance reminded me again of how much I love this band and those days. It's good that their memory is kep't alive by tribute album, but only bittersweet.
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HASH(0x939f5708) étoiles sur 5 An above average tribute album, and that is very rare 17 mars 2003
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Rob Zombie co-produced (along with Johnny Ramone) this "all-star" tribute to one of the most recognized punk rock bands in history. Zombie turns in his re-working of "Blitzkrieg Bop", and the results are nothing spectacular, but before that track we get a great cover of "Havana Affair" courtesy of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Eddie Vedder and Zeke's version of "I Believe in Miracles" is rousing to say the least, and Vedder doesn't embarass himself as much as he did when he sported a mohawk during the presentation of the Ramones induction in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Metallica offers a rocking "53rd & 3rd" which sounds like a leftover cover from "Garage Inc.", but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. U2 could have done a good cover of "Beat on the Brat", but Bono's overzealous vocals pretty much ruin any chances of that. The Pretenders' cover of "Something to Believe In" is heartbreaking, while Garbage, Green Day, Rancid, and The Offspring turn in covers that remain true to the originals. Marilyn Manson attempts to make "KKK Took My Baby Away" into one of his own industrial dirges, and it is an interesting listen, but it's nothing special. All in all, for the most part I really like this tribute album, but as another reviewer previously stated, I would have rather seen other artists such as Jello Biafra, Frank Black, Bad Religion, Iggy Pop, or even Danzig as opposed to Manson, Kiss, and U2. Get it if your a fan of the bands featured here and are a casual fan of the Ramones, but hardcore Ramones fans probably won't like it that much.
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HASH(0x939f5b40) étoiles sur 5 Exhilarating Tribute. 12 février 2003
Par Robert Blake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Ramones are the greatest Punk band of all time, "We're A Happy Family" gathers some of the top names in the rock world today to compile an exhilarating, sometimes stylish tribute. Tribute albums will always have great moments and disappointing lows, this one is no different, what makes it different is that it stands out by being so damn good compared to other albums of its type. The Red Hot Chili Peppers open with a great "Havana Affair" that's very stylish (this is right up there with their "Search And Destroy" from the Iggy Pop tribute). Rob Zombie adds his usual crunching new metal feel to "Blitzkrieg Bop" which isn't bad at all, a very fresh take on the song, but Joey Ramone remains the superior vocal. The true Ramones feeling starts with "I Believe In Miracles" where Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder delivers a wonderfully Punkish vocal that still retains his identity with some fast guitars that are true to the Punk spirit. Metallica (a long over-due good return) show up with a crunching "53rd & 3rd" that maintains the spirit of the original but spiced with Metallica's classic brand of hard rock energy. One of the album's shining cuts appears with U2's "Beat On The Brat," it's an excellent and catchy performance with The Edge and Bono not over-doing it and simply playing some great rock music. Kiss surprisingly does not disappoint here, their "Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio" is fun and energetic, it sounds plainly put, like Kiss playing a Ramones song. One major disappointment here is Marilyn Manson's rendition of "The KKK Took My Baby Away," one would expect a burning fast, shock rock homage (as was the case with his Doors cover of "Five To One"), but instead we get a somber, slow, boring and mostly techno (no guitars credit) crawl where Manson loses the fun energy and cacthiness of the original. Garbage follow with their exhilarating "I Just Wanna Have Something To Do," this is a really good cover where Shirley Manson delivers a convincing, femme fatale vocal. Green Day, as expected, deliver an "Outsider" that stays close and faithful to the Ramones sound. The Pretenders are emotional and comfortable with "Something To Believe In," very moody. If The Pretenders are comfortable, then Rancid breaks that with a sometimes annoying "Sheena Is A Punk Rocker," it simply sits there as an example of the distorted evolution Punk has taken since The Ramones appeared. Pete Yorn gives us a pleasant, sweet and romantic "I Wanna Be Your Boyfrind," the vocals and playing are completely in the spirit of the original, one of the album's most convincing covers. The Offspring are also convincing, but deliver nothing new considering they sound almost just like The Ramones. Rooney is moody, but in a good, dreamy way with "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow," a neat song a Punker should sing for his girlfriend. Tom Waits sounds like he snorted too much coke before recording "Return Of Jackie & Judy," in a weird way it sounds like entertaining rock/blues. Eddie Vedder returns with "Daytime Dilemma (Dangers Of Love)," another great cover with a nice blend of Punk and hard rock touches. There's a nice hidden track by the Chili Pepper's John Frusciante, a really mellow, semi-dark rendition of "First Your Love, Then The World." All in all, this is a really good tribute album, the liner notes by Stephen King are especially funny and entertaining. However, the booklet has some nice photos but next to nothing about the artists, this is the only weak area of the packaging. The album is certainly more convincing than the good but not so great "Stoned Immaculate: The Music Of The Doors," which took track space for remixes that were uneeded (we want to hear the bands play!). Here we get all Ramones covers and some memorable rock n' roll.
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HASH(0x939f5f0c) étoiles sur 5 This CD is a mixed bag... 17 décembre 2004
Par Stephen Cabral - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is a mixed bag. My favorites are the Red Hot Chili Peppers doing a Latin influenced version of "Havana Affair", Eddie Vedder doing solid versions of "I Believe In Miracles" & "Daytime Dilemma", Metallica doing "53rd & 3rd" as heavy punk, Kiss did a good party-rock version "Rock N Roll Radio", and my favorite track is "I Just Wanna Have Something To Do" by Garbage.

Also included is an annoying cover of "Blitzkrieg Bop" by Rob Zombie, a light poppy "Beat on the Brat" by U2 that grows on you, Marilyn Manson ruined "The KKK Took My Baby Away" by doing it slow, creepy and Goth like. Green Day does a good version of a weak song with "Outsider". The Pretenders do a gloomy and forgettable version of "Something to Believe In". Rancid was the wrong choice to cover "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" (I think this should have been covered by Green Day). Pete Yorn does a pretty good "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" but anyone could do a pretty good "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend". The Offspring sound like a tribute band on "I Wanna Be Sedated". Rooney does a tribute to U2 doing a tribute to the Ramones on "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow". And lastly, Tom Waits does a bizarre, garbled drunken version of "Return of Jackie & Judy". Overall, this was a good tribute but it could have been much better. It includes some excellent Ramones photos and a very amusing 4 page introduction by Stephen King.
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HASH(0x939fa00c) étoiles sur 5 A salute to one of the best bands EVER... 21 février 2003
Par Gena Chereck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
So why can't I completely give myself over to it? Maybe I was spoiled by that high-water mark of tribute albums, 1994's If I Were A Carpenter, wherein edgy '90s alt-rock acts performed tunes made famous by the wholesome '70s pop duo the Carpenters. That was an album that shouldn't have worked on any level but did, beautifully. Only a handful of tracks on We're A Happy Family: A Tribute To The Ramones match that level of pleasant surprise. The usually dour Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder cuts loose on fun covers of "I Believe in Miracles" and "Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)." '70s arena-rockers KISS gleefully tackle "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio;" what's truly funny and perverse about their appearance here is how much they fit in, not how they stick out. The Red Hot Chili Peppers slow down and funk up "Havana Affair" -- never one of my favorite Ramones songs, so I actually see this remake as an improvement. Heavy metal veterans Metallica -- whom I normally can't stand! -- find the dark heart of "53rd and 3rd" without sacrificing the disturbing catchiness of its melody. And Chili Pepper John Frusciante strips down "Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World," to powerful effect. Of course, in the realm of remakes, the best artists make others' songs utterly their own while maintaining some sense of what makes the originals so appealing; on this disc, these heights are achieved by the only two female artists. Though I'm unfamiliar with the original, I don't think the misery and faint hope of "Something to Believe In" could be better expressed without the delicate reading that Chrissie Hynde (with the Pretenders) gives it. Meanwhile, Shirley Manson (with Garbage) taps into the urgency of "I Just Wanna Have Something to Do" in this lusty, propulsive rendition. The aforementioned Chili Peppers and Metallica tracks are almost as good, but the top prizes go to the ladies!
A few of the tracks settle for pleasantly predictable. Leave it to that trifecta of old-school-punk mid-'90s breakout bands -- Green Day, Rancid, and the Offspring -- to faithfully render "Outsider," "Sheena is a Punk Rocker," and "I Wanna Be Sedated," respectively. And folk-rock troubadour Pete Yorn earnestly resurrects "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend," one of the Ramones' sweetest tunes (and not really a punk song to begin with).
My two favorite acts here, oddly enough, turn in the most disappointing performances. On U2's "Beat on the Brat," the rest of the band is in good form, but Bono just doesn't have the voice for it; I can barely hear him above the mix, and nobody could sing this song like Joey Ramone anyway. Tom Waits sounds like he's having a good time on "Return of Jackie and Judy" -- possibly returning the favor after the Ramones' wonderful 1995 cover of his "I Don't Wanna Grow Up" -- but in light of his more theatrical recent work (Blood Money, Alice), he just seems awkward in this track's rock 'n' roll setting. But while Bono and Mr. Waits seem out of their depth, they can at least carry a tune -- which is more than I can say for Marilyn Manson (no relation to Shirley!) and Rob Zombie (this disc's co-producer). On "The KKK Took My Baby Away," Mr. Manson strips away all traces of the original's pop beauty (and thus its subversiveness), and unimaginatively seethes the grim lyric; not surprising, considering that he did similar damage to the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams are Made of This" several years back. And shame on Mr. Zombie for what he does to the all-time classic punk anthem, "Blitzkrieg Bop;" he seems to have forgotten that the Ramones were all about tuneful energy and endearing simplicty -- qualities that must be foreign to this guy. I recommend this CD as a curio for fans of the Ramones; for the uninitiated, don't bother until you at least have the self-titled 1976 debut (re-issued on Rhino in 2001), and either the single-disc collection Ramones Mania (1987) or the 2-CD anthology Hey-Ho, Let's Go! (1999). Gabba gabba hey!
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