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Johnny Thunders – Jet Boy – The Anthology (2020) CD

Band: Johnny Thunders

Album: Jet Boy - The Anthology

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Acoustic Garage Rock Rock & Roll

Label: Anarchy Music

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 18 Tracks CD


Queens, New York-born guitarist, singer, and songwriter (July 15, 1952 - April 23, 1991) who first came to prominence as lead guitarist for the New York Dolls and later with The Heartbreakers (2).


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18 Tracks
1 Jet Boy4:51
2 Born To Lose3:07
3 Chinese Rocks2:57
4 It's Not Enough4:13
5 Pirate Love3:59
6 Born To Cry2:23
7 Pipeline2:39
8 I Only Wrote This Song For You2:34
9 You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory1:45
10 Little Bit Of Whore3:01
11 M.I.A.2:01
12 Get Off The Phone2:02
13 London Boys2:28
14 Too Much Junkie Business2:25
15 Personality Crisis2:36
16 Crawfish3:28
17 Hurt Me2:54
18 One Track Mind2:36

In O-card.



The printed tracklisting lists only 17 tracks. Track 6 is listed as "Blame It On Mom". "Crawfish" is omitted, with "Hurt Me" and "One Track Mind" listed as tracks 16 and 17 respectively.



The sources are:

1: 1973 demo

2-5, 12, 18: from Heartbreakers* - L.A.M.F.

6, 16: from Johnny Thunders & Patti Palladin - Copy Cats

7, 9, 15: from Johnny Thunders - Born Too Loose (The Best Of Johnny Thunders)

8, 10-11: from Johnny Thunders - Que Sera, Sera

13-14: demos

17: alternate version, from Johnny Thunders - Born Too Loose (The Best Of Johnny Thunders)




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