By Josh Stillman
September 25, 2012 at 12:00 PM EDT

Joey Ramone‘s been dead for more than a decade but his legacy lives on — literally. All sorts of fans, friends, and celebrities have teamed up in a new video for his hometown anthem “New York City.” Shot by filmmaker Greg Jardin, the stop-motion video features appearances from the likes of Andrew W.K., Matt & Kim, comedians Kristen Schaal and Scott Adsit, and foodie-troubadour Anthony Bourdain. It’s a loving tribute to one of punk’s most prominent figures.

A deluxe edition of Joey’s final solo record, …Ya Know?, will be released Nov. 23 on BMG.

Watch the video after the jump.

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