February 09, 2019

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth (1984)

*U.S. first pressing on CD. Digitally remastered from first generation tapes by: Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC, March 1992. This pressing contains 4 bonus tracks. 16 tracks total.

Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
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© 1984-1992 Blackheart Records
AllMusic Review by Tom Demalon
From her days with the all-girl band the Runaways through her work with her own band, Joan Jett has been a pioneer, if not an innovator. She has always paid loving tribute to the riffy rock music that she loves. On album number six, Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth, Jett, backed by her Blackhearts, churned out more of the same, but with some of the most satisfying and strongest material of her career. The album is an engaging collection that ranges from a glam-inflected update of the Runaways' classic "Cherry Bomb" to the swagger of the Gary Glitter hit "I Love You Love Me Love." Other songs include Jett's versions of "I Need Someone" and "New Orleans" and standout originals like the rocking "Frustrated," the full-tilt boogie of "Long Time," and a ballad, "Hold Me," that would sound mawkish coming from anyone else. Infectious choruses, crunchy melodies, and Jett's growling vocals make this album an excuse to turn the stereo up just a bit more.

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