Live every moment, laugh every day, love beyond words.
In each moment we should make an attempt to make the best out of it, whether it be a situation that is already positive, or whether it be a situation that we need to help spin in a positive light. Live every moment, and remember that eventually the future will be the present.
Take time out to laugh each day, laughter is not only food for the soul, but it also helps to heal the soul in parts it may be broken.
Love with everything inside of you. Love because love is the center of life. Our souls are filled with love, so be sure to thoroughly love whatever may be in our hearts. Love the people around you. Love your friends. Love your enemies. Love the memories you are able to make. Most of all make sure you will love the legacy you leave behind on earth.
Bad Reputation is the debut solo album by Joan Jett, originally self-released in 1980 as Joan Jett after her previous band The Runaways disbanded, then re-issued on Boardwalk Records in 1981 as Bad Reputation.
After independently recording the album with producer Kenny Laguna, Jett took the record to a number of major record labels, all of which were uninterested in releasing the project. Rather than continue to hunt for a willing label, Laguna and Jett decided to fund the pressing of the album themselves. The original, self-released, version of the album was simply titled Joan Jett and was sold directly to concert-goers and record stores out of Laguna’s trunk.
The album sold relatively well, prompting its re-release a year later as Bad Reputation on Boardwalk Records, with identical tracklisting. Jett said that the new title referred to the bad reputation that she had as a former member of the Runaways.
Recorded before Jett formed The Blackhearts, it includes performances by a large number of well known musicians, including The Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook and Steve Jones, Blondie’s Clem Burke and Frank Infante, The Ramones’ Dee Dee Ramone and Marky Ramone and The Tyla Gang’s Sean Tyla, Micky Groome and Paul Simmons.
When the album’s European rights were secured through Ariola Records, “Hanky Panky” replaced “Wooly Bully” as the final song on Side 2. When the record was issued through Boardwalk in the US under the title “Bad Reputation”, the label stuck with “Wooly Bully” as the final track, making the “Hanky Panky” import version a real collector’s item. However, the song was included as a bonus track on the 1999 CD re-issue.
Rolling Stone Magazine named the album #36 on their ’50 Coolest Albums of all Time’ List in 2005.
In 1999, the album was again re-issued, this time on CD with several bonus tracks and a remastered version of the original album.
The title track “Bad Reputation” was covered by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne and appears as a video montage on her The Best Damn Tour – Live in Toronto DVD, and was later recorded and included as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of her 2011 album Goodbye Lullaby.
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“Radio” is a song by Celtic folk rock band The Corrs. It was released in November 1999 from the album The Corrs Unplugged with a “Dreams” from the same album as a b-side.
The song was originally slated for their previous album Talk on Corners but was shelved after failing to develop a suitable arrangement at the time. An “electric” version appeared on their next studio album In Blue. The single became a reasonable chart hit, reaching the top 20 in the British, Irish, and New Zealand charts.