Second album, same as the first. Only, not quite. The production is softer, with a more rounded, less edgy sound to Johnny's jackhammer chords and a topical move from glue sniffing to carbona sniffing, but these are the only changes that are reflected in the 'spread your wings' album title. The cartoonishly exaggerated themes of punk, good times, goofiness, drugs, late summer nights on the town and B-grade horror movies are still here and many of the songs sound like rotated subs from 'Ramones': 'Blitzkrieg Bop', 'Judy Is A Punk', 'I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend', 'Havana Affair', 'I Don't Wanna Go Down To The Basement' and '53rd and 3rd' are switched for 'Pinhead', 'Suzy Is A Headbanger', 'I Remember You', 'Commando', 'You Should Never Have Opened That Door' and 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl'. In short, if you loved 'Ramones', you'll like 'Leave Home,' but the undecided will have to wait for 'Rocket To Russia.'