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Bad Reputation (Remastered)

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Download links and information about Bad Reputation (Remastered) by Joan Jett. This album was released in 1981 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 52:20 minutes.

Artist: Joan Jett
Release date: 1981
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 52:20
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Bad Reputation 2:50
2. Make Believe 3:09
3. You Don't Know What You've Got 3:45
4. You Don't Own Me 3:27
5. Too Bad On Your Birthday 2:58
6. Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah) 3:46
7. Let Me Go 2:41
8. Doing Alright With the Boys 3:38
9. Shout 2:48
10. Jezebel 3:28
11. Don't Abuse Me 3:38
12. Wooly Bully 2:21
13. Call Me Lightning 2:25
14. Hanky Panky 3:33
15. What Can I Do for You 2:15
16. You Don't Own Me 2:41
17. Bad Reputation (Live) 2:57

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Joan Jett’s best asset has nothing to do with the volume at which she plays guitar and sings, or the fact that she helped define what it means to be a potent distaff rock ’n’ roller in what was traditionally an all-dude’s game. Nah, her best asset is she’s made a career of creating big, loud, wondrous albums that are really rock ’n’ roll love letters to glam and punk and girl groups and bubblegum and pop. She kickstarted that tradition here (alongside super-pop songwriter-producer Kenny Laguna) on her 1980 debut solo album, a year after her band The Runaways ran out of gas. From the pogo confessional of the title track to Leslie Gore’s stand-taking “You Don’t Own Me” to the chugga-chugga riff-out of “Don’t Abuse Me” to the power readings of two Gary Glitter greats (“Doing Alright with the Boys” and “Do You Wanna Touch Me”), Bad Reputation is class-act rock ’n’ roll, not classic rock. It’s fitting that the unmistakable Sex Pistols attack of guitarist Steve Jones and drummer Paul Cook, as well as Blondie men Clem Burke and Jimmy Destri, are also featured.