Good Music is the fifth studio album by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The album was released in 1986.
Track listing 
All tracks composed by Joan Jett and Kenny Laguna; except where indicated
- "Good Music"
- "This Means War"
- "Roadrunner" (Jonathan Richman)
- "If Ya Want My Luv"
- "Fun, Fun, Fun" (Brian Wilson, Mike Love)
- "Black Leather" (Jett, Reggie Griffin, E. Morris)
- "Outlaw" (Jett, Laguna, Ricky Byrd)
- "Just Lust" (Terry Abrahamson, Rick Nowels)
- "You Got Me Floatin'" (Jimi Hendrix)
- "Fantasy" was also recorded for this album but was instead featured as the non-LP b-side to the "Good Music" single. It also appeared on Jett's odds-and-sods album, Flashback.
The song "This Means War" also appeared on the concurrently released soundtrack to Joan Jett's debut movie Light of Day. The two versions are identical.
A video was shot for the shortened single-mix of "Good Music", following Joan Jett around New York City. Jett was seen in her limo--throwing 'bad music' tapes out the window--as well as playing guitar in her loft and even washing her hair in the shower. It climaxed with an in-concert appearance with her band at CBGB, however the video was rarely played on MTV.