Subterranean Jungle is the seventh studio album by the American punk rock band the Ramones. It was released on Sire Records in February 1983 and peaked at position eighty-three on the Billboard album music chart. It was re-released on August 20, 2002 on CD by Rhino Records.
"Time Bomb" features Dee Dee Ramone's first lead vocal on a Ramones album. "Little Bit O' Soul" was a cover of a song originally recorded by The Music Explosion in 1967. "I Need Your Love" is also a cover song, originally recorded by The Boyfriends, as is "Time Has Come Today", originally recorded by The Chambers Brothers in 1968.
Marky Ramone was dismissed from the band during the production of the album. He can be seen lurking almost invisibly behind the window on the front album cover. Heartbreaker Billy Rogers filled in for him on "Time Has Come Today", and the album also features Heartbreaker Walter Lure on guitar. In the music videos for "Psycho Therapy" and "Time Has Come Today," Richie Ramone plays the drums.
"Outsider" was later covered by Green Day on We're a Happy Family: A Tribute to Ramones and also released on their album Shenanigans. "Psycho Therapy" was recorded by Skid Row as part of the group's album, B-Side Ourselves. Swedish rock-band the Hellacopters later covered "What'd Ya Do?" for the tribute album The Song Ramones The Same.