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Joan Jett album

Joan Jett  album
Performer: Joan Jett
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MP3 album szie: 1656 mb
FLAC album size: 1415 mb

The discography of Joan Jett, an American rock singer, includes 44 singles and 14 studio albums. As a part of Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, her most successful release is 1981's I Love Rock 'n Roll. The album reached number 2 on the . Billboard 200 chart and was certified Platinum in the United States and as well as 2 Platinum in Canada while selling over 10 million copies worldwide. This album spawned two Top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, the highest being "I Love Rock 'n' Roll".

Album is the third studio album by Joan Jett and the second to feature her backing band The Blackhearts. The album was originally released in July 1983. Unlike Joan Jett's two previous albums, only two tracks are cover songs, though this had not been the original plan. When we included lots of covers, people would call us on it. If we don't they'd say, 'Where's the covers?'".

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Studio album by Joan Jett. The Hit List is the seventh studio album, and the first cover album by Joan Jett. The album was released in 1990. All of the tracks are covers of famous songs. Dirty Deeds" was released as a 7-inch vinyl single and also cassette single, backed with the non-LP track "Let It Bleed", a cover of The Rolling Stones song.

Album (Joan Jett album). Album is the third studio album by Joan Jett and the second to feature her backing band The Blackhearts. 1 Background and recording. Background and recording. Unlike Joan Jett's two previous albums, only 2 tracks are cover songs, though this had not been the original plan.

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Recorded before Joan Jett formed The Blackhearts, the majority of the album featured Jett backed by members of the Roll-Ups, with Lea Hart on guitar, Jeff Peters on bass and

Album is arguably Joan Jett's strongest non-compilation release, featuring a consistent, freewheelingly wide range of material (which the Blackhearts really tear into) and punchier, more detailed production. Once again, Jett delivers strong, enthusiastic performances, but this time, the quality of the material lends her equal support. The singles "Fake Friends" and "Everyday People" (the Sly & the Family Stone song) scraped the bottom of the Top 40 charts; other highlights include Jett's original "The French Song," which details a ménage à trois.