Flashback (Joan Jett album)

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Flashback
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Flashback Coverart.jpg
Compilation album by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Released November 15, 1993
Recorded 1979-1993
Genre Hard rock, punk rock
Length 72:05
Label Blackheart
Producer
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts chronology
Do You Wanna Touch Me
(1993)
Flashback
(1993)
Pure and Simple
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau A–[2]

Flashback is the eighth studio album, and a compilation album of outtakes and rare songs released by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The album was initially released in late 1993 and was reissued in 1998 with a slightly different track listing. The 1998 version dropped five tracks from the 1993 release: "Summertime Blues", "Louie Louie", "Star Star", "Stand Up for Yourself," and "Call Me Lightning" and replaced them with "Real Wild Child (Wild One)", a live version of " Bad Reputation", and "Right 'Til the End", which was only available on the cassette version of the 1993 release. "Call Me Lightning" and "Summertime Blues" were later added as bonus tracks on reissues of Bad Reputation and "Louie Louie" became a bonus track on the reissue of I Love Rock 'N Roll. "Star Star" was included as an unlisted "surprise" track on the 1983 cassette release of Album, but was later removed after the original cassette was pulled from some stores because of non-labelled "explicit" track lyrics. The song was restored on the CD release.

Track listings[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Year of recording Length
1. "Hide and Seek" (Bunker Hill cover) David Walker 1984 2:40
2. "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran cover) Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart 1981 2:15
3. "Indian Giver" (1910 Fruitgum Company cover) Bobby Bloom, Ritchie Cordell, Bo Gentry 1990 3:06
4. "I Hate Long Goodbyes" Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna 1984 2:26
5. "Cherry Bomb" (The Runaways cover, live featuring L7) Jett, Kim Fowley 1992 3:57
6. "Fantasy" Jett, Laguna 1984 4:16
7. "Light of Day" (from the soundtrack of the movie Light of Day) Bruce Springsteen 1986 3:32
8. "Gotcha" (written for the soundtrack of the movie Gotcha!) Jett, Janna Allen 1985 3:01
9. "She Lost You" (The Zephyrs cover , from the soundtrack of the movie Less Than Zero) Pete Gage 1987 2:55
10. "MCA (EMI)" (Sex Pistols cover) Steve Jones, Paul Cook, Glen Matlock, Johnny Rotten 1984 3:14
11. "Louie Louie" (Richard Berry cover) Richard Berry 1981 2:57
12. "Star Star" (The Rolling Stones cover) Mick Jagger, Keith Richards 1983 3:58
13. "Rebel Rebel" (David Bowie cover) David Bowie 1983 4:10
14. "Be My Lover" (Alice Cooper cover) Michael Owen Bruce 1990 2:57
15. "Bring It On Home" (Sam Cooke cover) Sam Cooke 1984 3:23
16. "Play with Me" Jett, Laguna 1985 3:19
17. "Activity Grrrl" Jett, Laguna 1993 3:34
18. "Heartbeat" Jett, Allen 1985 3:11
19. "Stand Up for Yourself" Jett, Laguna 1984 3:53
20. "Black Leather" (original demo) Jett, Reggie Griffin, Eddie Morris, William Adler 1986 3:59
21. "Call Me Lightning" (The Who cover) Pete Townshend 1979 2:24
22. "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" (Arrows cover, featuring Steve Jones and Paul Cook) Alan Merrill, Jake Hooker 1979 2:58
Cassette version bonus track
No. Title Writer(s) Year of recording Length
23. "Right 'Til the End" Jett, Jules Shear 1987 3:55
1998 Edition
No. Title Writer(s) Year of recording Length
1. "Real Wild Child (Wild One)" David Owens, Johnny O'Keefe 1997 1:36
2. "Hide and Seek"     2:40
3. "Indian Giver"     3:06
4. "I Hate Long Goodbyes"     2:26
5. "Cherry Bomb" (live)     3:57
6. "Fantasy"     4:16
7. "Light of Day"     3:32
8. "Gotcha"     3:01
9. "She Lost You"     2:55
10. "MCA (EMI)"     3:14
11. "Rebel Rebel"     4:10
12. "Be My Lover"     2:57
13. "Bring It On Home"     3:23
14. "Play with Me"     3:19
15. "Activity Grrrl"     3:34
16. "Heartbeat"     3:11
17. " Bad Reputation" (live) Jett, Cordell, Laguna, Marty Joe Kupersmith 1981 3:02
18. "Black Leather"     3:59
19. "I Love Rock 'n' Roll"     2:58
20. "Right 'Til the End"     3:18

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