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  • Audio CD (12 Jan. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Cherry Red
  • ASIN: B0000BZO2K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,940 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Queens of Noise
2. Take It Or Leave It
3. Midnight Music
4. Born to Be Bad
5. Neon Angels On the Road to Ruin
6. I Love Playin' With Fire
7. California Paradise
8. Hollywood
9. Heartbeat
10. Johnny Guitar

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Reijo Piippula on 18 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Runaways' probably break some noise records with their second album. This band is: Joan Jett, Sandy West, Cherie Currie, Lita Ford, and Jackie Fox. Although many people nowadays haven't heard of them, I can quarantee that they were the best girl rock band ever! Cherie Currie is at least as good vocalist as for example Doro from Warlock. Both are great singers and both can use their voices in different situations...whether it is ballad or real upbeat rock song. It is quite funny that Lita Ford doesn't sing in this fact she is the only one who doesn't sing background vocals although she has had a great solo carriere with songs like "Kiss Me Deadly", "Hungry", and "Close My Eyes Forever" (with Ozzy Osbourne). Well, all the band members are great singers and they play very good their guitars and drums. "Queens of Noise" is a great album...maybe it is better than their first one but I think both records are great. They both sound quite "innocent" albums. They have that original rock sound. So, if you liked the first album, you probably like this one too. The songs "Queens of Noise", "Take It Or Leave It", "I Love Playin' With Fire", and the upbeat song "Neon Angels on the Road to Ruin It" are quaranteed to be excellent rock songs. Also the tracks "Hollywood" and "California Paradise" are great ones. They are already small signs of the commercial sound and losing the original innocence. "Johnny Guitar" is the only weak link in this album. It is very long and boring...the reason why this isn't so perfect. The slower songs "Heartbeat" and "Midnight Music" are great and excellent songs...Read more ›
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
The Quintessential Session 3 Jun. 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Runaways got a lot of press back in their heyday. People either loved 'em or hated 'em for their own reasons. The Runaways may only be remembered as a bad thing to some but there were plenty of us that totally dug their music, and it wasn't such a bad thing that they were all pretty "foxy" to boot. They had fans like myself who will always cherish those days gone by. When I hear songs like "California Paradise" it reminds me of seeing The Runaways play The Whiskey or The Starwood. This album brings back so many great memories of my youth living in the San Fernando Valley. Now I'm a geek working in the Silicon Valley and only The Runaways can revitalize what's missing in my life. What I really loved about The Runaways on this record was how Cherie Currie sang most of the mellow stuff and Joan Jett sang mostly the harder rock and roll stuff, and then they'd switch! It's still exciting to hear Joan sing soft, and then hear Cherie rock out on this record. And I don't have to remind you how mind-blowing it was to witness these teenage girls (who could have been my classmates at SFVH if they weren't rock stars instead) play some explosive rock and roll, especially Lita Ford and her impressive guitar work. I love this whole entire record, but if I had to chose only a few as my favorites: "I Love Playin' With Fire" "Hollywood" "Queens of Noise" and "Take It or Leave It". The Runaways can still rock this ex-teenager's world.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I didn't know what I was missing... 8 Aug. 2005
By Samantha - Published on
Format: Audio CD
...for all of these years. You know when you hear about something, in this case a band, and always mean to give it a listen? I finally did. I love this band. Joan Jett has a sharper edge on her Runaways stuff (which I love) then on her solo records. The drummer (Sandy West) is amazing - her playing actually blew me away just a little more than Lita's 17 year old guitaring. Singing of teen angst among great, strong drums and rhythm guitar. Mysterious ballads from Cherie Currie, with smoky, sexy vocals (MUCH better than her awful solo stuff), and a wild album cover to boot. The opening track is amazing, Joan singing the title track. My other favorites are "Neon Angels on the Road to Ruin", "Hollywood" (Joan is TOTALLY punk rock on it), and Take it or Leave it (wild, screeching back-up vocals---great!)
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Much better overall than their first 16 Mar. 2005
By Nom DePlume - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is the 2nd (and last)LP by the original Runaways. It has much better production than the 1st album and the songs are not as repititive as on the first. The sound has a bit more pop sheen to it, but you get the feeling Joan and Lita (and svengali Kim Fowley, a guy for those not in the know)weren't just writing around riffs they were capable of playing, that more was going into these songs (even if they were from outside writers). All members seemed to have improved on their instruments quite a lot since the 1st LP. The title track is a great piece of pop bliss and I love toward the end where the background singers do call and response with Cherie, they sound great. Take It Or Leave It is their typical tough girl song and it rocks. Midnight Music sounds like a dead ripoff of Make Your Own Kind Of Music, an early seventies piece of pop drivel by Mama Cass Elliot, and it doesn't improve here. Born To Be Bad, another tough girl anthem is really great, it starts off as a ballad and slams into the chrous as a hard rock/metal power chord fest. Other great songs are I Love Playin' With Fire which is a metallic rocker (and should have been a hit single),Heartbeat, an early power ballad & Johnny Guitar shows off Lita's improving guitar skills as a pseudo-bluesy number. All in all its a much more listenable affair with every song being listenable and much more enjoyable than their first album.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Way ahead of the times 3 Sept. 2002
By V A Manning - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"Queens of Noise", the second album by The Runaways, is probably the best of all the albums. I know it is one of my all-time favorite albums. This is straight-ahead rock n roll. Litas lead-guitar licks are as good any males, if not better. Joans rhythm guitar playing and animalistic growls are what real rock n roll is all about. The rhythm section of Jackie Fox (bass) and Sandy West (drums) are faultless. Cherie Currie shows off her vocals nicely on the ballads "Midnight Music" and "Heatbeat". This line-up is the best and probably best remembered. I'm still hoping for that Runaways reunion. By the way, does anyone out there know what ever happened to Jackie Fox? She was always my favorite Runaway. If you want good straight-ahead rock n roll, then by ths album. You won't be sorry.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Runaways - 'Queens Of Noise' (Cherry Red) 6 May 2006
By Mike Reed - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Originally released in 1977, this was THE '70's all-female band's third effort. Melodic, yet hard edged rock,with that 'girl's night out' vibe to it. Choice cuts are the title track "Queens Of Noise", "Neon Angels (On The Road To Ruin)", "California Paradise" and the in-your-face "Johnny Guitar". Line-up: Lita Ford - guitar & vocals, Joan Jett - guitar & vocals, Cherie Currie - lead vocals, Jackie Fox - bass and Sandy West - drums. Should appeal to fans of Girlschool, L7, The Donnas and Hole. Definitely recommended.
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