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Album Premiere: Joey Ramone's Posthumous ' . . . ya know?'

Preview second solo album by the late Ramones frontman

May 15, 2012 8:00 AM ET
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Joey Ramone, ' . . . ya know?'
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Joey Ramone's second solo album . . . ya know? is a posthumous collection of demos and unreleased tunes that the Ramones singer recorded over the last 15 years of his life. The set may have been written and recorded at different times, but it's very cohesive, thanks to the rocker's distinct vision as a songwriter. The record will hit stores on May 22nd, but you can purchase it here. You can stream Joey Ramone's . . . ya know? below.

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