Exclusive Stream: Joey Ramone's Lost Rocker 'There's Got to Be More to Life'

Listen to flip side of late punk icon's Record Store Day single

April 19, 2012 10:00 AM ET
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Joey Ramone as a child with his father.
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Click to listen to Joey Ramone's 'There's Got To Be More To Life'

"There's Got to Be More to Life" is the AA side of a brand new Joey Ramone 7-inch single that will hit shops as part of Record Store Day on April 21st. Like the A side, "Rock 'N Roll Is the Answer," the song will appear on the late rocker's forthcoming posthumous solo album . . . ya know?, due in stores on May 22nd. The single art, which you can see here, is a never-before-released baby photo of Joey with his father.

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