The new releases all have mucho bonus tracks (demos, single versions, live cuts), great extra photos, cool essays, detailed session data, etc. And the sound is as you like it, baby. So if you’ve ever waxed nostalgic for "Beat on the Brat," "Pinhead," "Teenage Lobotomy," "Ramona," "Needles & Pins" or "Rock ’n’ Roll High School," and if you miss Joey as much as we at Metro Times do, this is your glue … come on, sniff it.
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