Good Music is the fifth studio album by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The album was released in 1986. The album's working title was Contact, after the final song off the album (hence the contact sheet of photographs on the cover), but it was changed to Good Music in its final stages.
"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 is 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 CBGBs, however the video was rarely played on MTV.