The All Music Guide to Rock claims that Joey Ramone's "aggressive vocal performance" on the track is wasted by a "shamelessly polished synthesizer backing track". This song has been covered by Children of Bodom, The Meteors, Plan 4, Nosferatu, Mortifer, Farben Lehre, Psychopunch and Acid Drinkers.
A music video for this song was filmed, but for financial reasons, was never completed and released. However, a rough cut of the track can be found on the Ramones: It's Alive! 1974-1996 DVD. This version was performed without Richie Ramone.