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Joan Jett vs. X

by Blow-Up

Critically acclaimed Hollywood-based band with New York influences best known for Easy Knowledge LP and Up the Academy soundtrack.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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  Song Share Time Download
1. (It Isn't) 1965
4:45 FREE
2. Something Else
2:18 FREE
3. Mercy Mercy
2:38 FREE
4. Tell It to the Judge
3:08 FREE
5. Armed Robbery
2:58 FREE
6. Teenage News
2:48 FREE
7. Local Hero
3:51 FREE
8. Watching Watching
2:43 FREE
9. It's a Crime
2:27 FREE
10. Hanging Out At the 7-Eleven
2:46 FREE
11. You're the One That I Want
4:15 FREE
12. Downtown
4:16 FREE
13. New Orleans
2:55 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Recorded April 3, 1979 at the Whisky A-Go-Go. With Levi & the Rockats. Jody Worth: Vocals; Bruce Nicholson: Guitar; Pat DiPuccio: Guitar; Christian Super: Keyboards; David Harrington: Bass; Arthur Arroyo: Drums. For Leee Black Childers.
A packed house. Sharing the bill with Levi and the Rockats, a good band managed by the late, wonderful Leee Black Childers. During the encore, a selection with which Exene and Billy Zoom took loud exception from the crowd in front of the stage, Joan Jett came flying down the stairs from the VIP section to defend our honor, shouting "these f*#^ers are great" all up in their grills. It was pretty entertaining to watch from my vantage onstage. Ironically, our then manager Ron DeBlasio wound up handling X for over 30 years. For aficionados of the first, two-guitar era of Blow-Up, this one features Bruce Nicholson alongside Patrick DiPuccio. - Jody Worth



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