Too Tough to Die is the eighth studio album by the American punk rock band the Ramones. It was released on October 1, 1984, and is the first Ramones record to feature Richie Ramone on drums. With ex-member Tommy Ramone producing, the recording process was similar to that of the band's 1976 self-titled debut album,. Likewise, the record's style-both lyrically and compositionally-saw the band returning to their roots.
Too Tough To Die is without a doubt the most underrated Ramones album ever. RAMONES! Production value is pretty tight, rich and enjoyable, thanks to the wonderful studio producers Ed Stasium and Tommy Ramone. Lyrically this album goes beyond what the Ramones had written before, just as Chasing The Night and Danger Of Love is a new yet interesting take of professional song writing. Yet, the punk songs are still there, and oh boy are they punk as fuck.
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Too tough to die (x3). Up late light my chocolate sweet Down at the gym where the muscle boys meet I am very nice guy very sincere In real good shape I have no fear. At the concert when the band comes on I am in the ring where I belong On my last leg just gettin' by Halo round my head too tough to di. .Too Tough to Die" Track Info.
Apart from the occasional foray into pop, such as the surprisingly effective Dave Stewart-produced "Howling at the Moon," the album is a sterling set of lethal punk, the best the Ramones had made since the end of the '70s. It was also the last great record they would ever make.
Born To Die In Berlin.