Ramones

1976-1996
Joey Ramone (Jeffry Hyman)Vocals
Johnny Ramone (John Cummings)Guitar
Dee Dee Ramone (Doug Colvin)Bass1976-1989
Tommy Ramone (Tom Erdelyi)Drums1976-1978
Marky Ramone (Marc Bell)Drums1978-
CJ Ramone (Chris Ward)Bass1989-

Ramones Song list

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