Bad Reputation (Joan Jett Album)
Bad Reputation is the debut solo album by Joan Jett, originally self-released in 1980 as Joan Jett after her previous band The Runaways disbanded, then re-issued on Boardwalk Records in 1981 as Bad Reputation.
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... "Bad Reputation" (Jett, Ritchie Cordell, Kenny Laguna, Marty Joe Kupersmith) "Make Believe" (Joey Levine, Bo Gentry) "You Don't Know What You've Got" (Jett, Ritchie Cordell, Kenny Laguna) "You Don't Own Me" (John Madara, Dave White Tricker) "Too Bad On Your Birthday" (Charlie Karp, Arthur Resnick) "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)" (Gary Glitter, Mike Leander) "Let Me Go" (Jett, Ritchie Cordell, Kenny Laguna) "Doing All Right With The Boys" (Gary Glitter, Mike Leander) "Shout" (O'Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley) "Jezebel" (Jett, Kenny Laguna) "Don't Abuse Me" (Jett) "Wooly Bully" (Domingo Samudio). ...
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