Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? is back with an awesome new episode! Not long ago, we received an invite to meet up with legendary Ramones drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Marky Ramone.

With over 1,700 Ramones gigs under his belt and many more with the Misfits, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, Dust, Wayne County and the Backstreet Boys, the Intruders and Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg, Marky has cemented his status as a punk rock drumming icon.

This is a must-see for Ramones fanatics, because once and for all, Marky clears up some practically immortal punk rock folklore that has surrounded the Ramones for over 40 years. What really happened during the Ramones' fabled End of the Century recording sessions with producer Phil Spector? What is the true meaning behind songs like "The KKK Took My Baby Away" and "I Wanna Be Sedated"?

Marky tells all in this video, including some of Dee Dee Ramone's famous exaggerations, an on-air fight about alcohol while Marky and Joey Ramone visited The Howard Stern Show, Joey's complex medical history and much more.

We're proud to bring you the Marky Ramone edition of Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? right now! Check out the video above and enjoy! To grab a copy of Marky's new autobiography, Punk Rock Blitzkrieg, click here.

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