2010 two CD collection from one of the greatest Rock 'n' Roll artists of our generation, female or otherwise. Includes all her hits, re-recordings of three tracks ('You Drive Me Wild', 'School Days' and 'Love Is Pain') plus the previously unreleased 'I Want You'. Joan Jett has transcended genres and generations, becoming a respected Rock icon while doing it all her own way. From her days with The Runaways to her successful (and long-lasting) solo career, Joan personifies the Rock 'n' Roll dream. This two disc collection features 21 tracks including eight songs featured in the 2010 film The Runaways. Contains the hits 'I Love Rock 'n' Roll', 'Bad Reputation', 'I Hate Myself For Loving You', 'Cherry Bomb', 'Light Of Day', 'Fake Friends' and many more. Blackheart Records.
TENNIS rackets at the ready for some serious air guitar to Joan and her greatest stompers. Noisy as hell and with a voice that can grate cheese it's hard not to love her full-on pop/rock. Enjoy 'I Love Rock n Roll 'and 'Cherry Bomb', Gary Glitter's 'Do You Wanna Touch Me? 'and tracks with The Runaways. Get ready for a JJ summer too with a tour and even a movie on the way. --Daily Express.
As she led the charge into a singalong of 'I love Rock' n' 'Roll', which has been her calling card for almost 30 years, Jett denied her fans not a milligram of the simple, unthreatening pleasure the song can bring, emitting a series of fabulous yowls. She was a sound performer, a hearty singer, and she had a vital quality, which we rarely associate with rock - decorum. --The Daily Telegraph review of the 100 club show - published 16/06/2010.
Why did we ever care about Courtney Love when we had Joan Jett? She's been missing from this country for too long - Holy moly.com Joan Jett is mesmerizing, a consummate performer and musician who can still rock out with the best of them. --Distorted magazine review of the 100 club show - published 16/06/2010