Band Name The Runaways. Album Name Goldstar Demos. Labels Unknown label. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. Recorded in Goldstar Studios, Hollywood, California, USA, 03/10/1975. 5. You Drive Me Wild.
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Harrison fared less well, with three of the five demos failing to be included on the White Album. A studio version of Not Guilty should have appeared on that record, although it was eventually included on Anthology 3. Circles, meanwhile, wasn't issued until Harrison's 1982 solo album Gone Troppo. Sour Milk Sea was given to Apple recording artist Jackie Lomax.
The Runaways is the debut studio album by American rock band the Runaways. It was released on June 1, 1976, by Mercury Records.
Album's title: Goldstar Demos. The Runaways - Goldstar Demos MP3 version. 1505 downloads at 25 mb/s. The Runaways - Goldstar Demos FLAC version. 1853 downloads at 22 mb/s.
The Runaways Videos on Fanpop. Sandy, Joan & Micki's demos from 1975. Songs include Rock and Roll, Secrets, Yesterday's Kids, You Drive Me Wild and Thunder. Recorded at Gold Star Recording Studios in California, 1975. Audio & slideshow posted by Ljerk @ YouTube.
When the Runaways debuted in 1976 with this self-titled LP, aggressive female rockers were the exception instead of the rule. Women had no problem becoming folk-rockers, singer/songwriters or Top 40 icons, but female artists who had more in common with Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith than Joni Mitchell were hardly the norm. With this album, the Runaways made it crystal clear that women (or specifically, adolescent girls) were more than capable of playing intense, forceful hard rock that went directly for the jugular.
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Written-By – K. Krome*
Written-By – K. Krome*
Written-By – K. Krome*, K. Fowley*
|4||Rock 'n' Roll
Written-By – L. Reed*
|5||You Drive Me Wild
Written-By – J. Jett*
- Bass, Vocals – Micki Steele*
- Drums – Sandy West
- Guitar – Joan Jett
- Producer – Kim Fowley
NotesGoldstar Studios, Hollywood, CA.
September 3, 1975.
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