The recordings were likely the result of a much publicised session from back in 2003, when the Ramones drummer and three members of Teenage Head re–recorded 12 of the band's songs with Ramones producer Daniel Ray. Those recordings have been shelved for years, although the new version of "Top Down" can be streamed from the Teenage Head's website. No firm release date has been announced yet.
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