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The Donnas' self-titled debut album presents the girls as the most convincing Ramones ripoff band ever. Song titles like "Get Rid of That Girl," "I Don't Want to Go to School," and "Teenage Runaway" should make this painfully obvious. Their three-chord punk songs have an innocent sound that is upended, as most of their lyrics consist of tales of teenage rebellion ("I Don't Wanna Go" and "Get Rid of That Girl") and drug use ("Huff All Night," "Everybody's Smoking Cheeba," and "Friday Fun"). What makes this slight record so much fun is the tempo of the music, the lo-fidelity recording, and high-school cheerleader backing vocals that give the songs a "rah-rah" excitement. Like most complaints about the Ramones, all of the songs on The Donnas sound the same — but at least it's a good song.

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They Should've Added a Few More Songs. . . But still worth buying!!

First of all, the Donnas are great. I have nothing against them. They're great, but I wish they have more from the CD's Spend the Night, Gold Medal, and B****in'. It's kind of disappointing. I think they should've had all they're singles on here, and some of their remakes of other bands' songs. But otherwise, this album is worth buying!


This entire album rules! from start to finish, the old and new is really really awesome!


This cd is sooooo good even tho its a best hits cd there are some new songs too and some great oldies if ur a donna fan you will love this cd


Formed: May, 1993 in Palo Alto, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Aspiring to nothing more than a good old-fashioned rock & roll party, the Donnas won a cult following and considerable media attention in the late '90s after scoring a record deal right out of high school. Early on, they were invariably described as "the Ramones meet the Runaways," with a definite emphasis on the former (they'd even adopted identical first names as a tribute). But their bratty high-school-delinquent image was clearly indebted to the latter, as their songs concerned themselves mostly...
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