The original UK version of the album did not include "Devil Gate Drive", although it was added to the album in most countries. Conversely, "Friday" was omitted from the original US release of the album. The US release also featured a slow arrangement of "The Wild One" in place of the original UK version, though both versions were arranged by Phil Dennys.
"The Wild One" was featured in Floria Sigismondi's 2010 film, The Runaways, a coming-of-age/biopic about Cherie Currie (portrayed by Dakota Fanning) and the 1970s all-girl rock band, The Runaways (the film was inspired by and loosely based on Currie's 1989 memoir, "Neon Angel"). "The Wild One" plays during Joan Jett's (portrayed by Kristen Stewart) opening scene when she buys her first set of leather pants and jacket. Joan, in a shaggy hairstyle also inspired by Suzi Quatro, meets a friend after putting on her new leather set and asks her, "Who am I?" Her friend playfully guesses "Elvis Presley", to which Joan then responds, "No, I'm the Glycerine Queen... I'm the fucking wild one!" Later that night, Joan practices the song on her unplugged electric guitar, though badly. Suzi Quatro was a major influence both musically and personally for The Runaways and especially Joan Jett, so the film makes several references to her. "The Wild One" was also featured on the film's soundtrack.