Nov 18, · I Love Rock 'n Roll is the second studio album by Joan Jett and the first with her backing band The Blackhearts. Soon after the first recording sessions at Soundworks Studios, original Blackheart guitarist Eric Ambel was replaced by Ricky Byrd/5(12). Feb 03, · [Intro] | E | A B | | E | A B | | E | E | [Verse 1] E I saw him dancin' there by the record machine E B I knew he musta been about seventeen A B The beat was going strong E A Playin' my favo/5(). Also, Joan Jett saw The Arrows do the song on the tv show "45" in the UK when she was with the Runaways. Their only tv appearance with the song. The Arrows weekly uk tv series was in mid , and their single "I love rock n roll" was long gone and yesterday's news by then for The scottdwebgraphics.comts: "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" is a rock song written in by Alan Merrill of the Arrows, who recorded the first released version. The song was later made famous by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts in The only Arrows band member still living, Merrill still plays the song live, B-side: "Broken Down Heart".
A cover of "Cherry Bomb" is featured in the music video game Rock Band as a downloadable single track. Listen to this album and millions more. At one point during the filming, one person was introduced to the crowd as having been in the original video as he set up to stage dive for that take. Digital download . Top 40 Singles. In , both Aaronson and Rey went on to other projects.
Retrieved 8 November The Hit List is the seventh studio album, and the first cover album by Joan Jett. Switzerland Schweizer Hitparade . Top Charts. Reviews Review Policy. Germany Official German Charts .
In , both Aaronson and Rey went on to other projects. The Runaways. Chicago Sun-Times. Listen to this album and millions more. The documentary film Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways states that the album's first track "Cherry Bomb" was written ad hoc during the audition of lead singer Cherie Currie and the title is a play on the pronunciation of Currie's first name. Retrieved 11 November Q Magazine Lists. Archived from the original on 2 April The song was originally recorded and released by the Arrows in on Rak Records , with Merrill on lead vocals and guitar and Mickie Most producing.