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The song " Carbona Not Glue " was taken off the album because it potentially violated the trademark of the stain-removal product Carbona. The track was replaced with "Babysitter" in the United Kingdom and " Sheena Is a Punk Rocker " in the United States prior to its inclusion on Rocket to Russia ; both "Carbona" and "Babysitter" were included on the expanded edition.
Critical reception for the album was generally favorable, with several reviewers pointing out the fact that it highly resembled the band's debut album. Critics also said the album was less groundbreaking than their debut but had humorous and enjoyable pieces. The album peaked at on the Billboard despite its critical acclaim as well as the band members expecting more commercial success.
The writing and structure are both somewhat more sophisticated than the songs on their previous record. Guitarist Johnny Ramone relates: "We recorded them in the order they were written; we wanted to show a slight progression in song structure. I wrote most of the stuff I contributed at my apartment in Forest Hills before I left and moved back to a place in the city.
I had no amp at home, just an electric guitar. I recorded it onto a cassette and played that back at rehearsal. We had better production, we were playing a little faster, and we had a lot of songs accumulated.
We were in really good shape for that album. Author Joe S. Harrington called the band's production "brilliant", and noted that it "put them ahead of the run-of-the-mill garage band. The album cover was designed by Moshe Brakha, who had worked with the Rolling Stones to yield the Black and Blue cover art, and would later work with artists like Devo and Iron Maiden.
The image would soon become the band's logo. The original release included "Carbona Not Glue" as the fifth track. However, a month before the band released Leave Home , Ramones' manager Danny Fields announced to the band that Carbona was a registered trademark and that their record label had to remove the song from the album's track listing.
Legs McNeil recalled: "I was shocked. It was such a great song, so radio-friendly—like a song the Beatles or the Rolling Stones would have written if they were just starting out in , with great harmonies and catchy lyrics.
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