Pet Sematary

by Friendship Commanders

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Friendship Commanders covered the Ramones' classic 1989 song "Pet Sematary" to release as a Halloween single, but also to raise awareness about the issue of addiction. The song was penned in part by longtime Ramones bassist, Dee Dee Ramone, who passed away on June 5, 2002 as the result of a heroin overdose. Dee Dee sought sobriety for thirty years of his short life, and wrote about it openly in his autobiography, Lobotomy.

Money made from the Friendship Commanders single will go to the Hazelden Foundation, to benefit addiction research. All donations will be made in Dee Dee's name.

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released October 22, 2013
TTS046

B. Arson - guitar and vocals
Jerry Roe - drums, bass and harmony vocals

Written by Douglas Colvin, John Cummings, Jeff Hyman and Daniel Rey
Originally recorded by Ramones
Recorded with licensed permission

Produced and recorded by Jerry Roe and B. Arson

Tracked at Diamond Sound and Fort Knockout in Nashville TN

Mixed by Jerry Roe at Fort Knockout in Nashville TN
Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master in Nashville TN

Cover art by B. Arson

© 2013, Trimming The Shield Records

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