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The Mercury Albums Anthology


Download links and information about The Mercury Albums Anthology by The Runaways. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 42 tracks with total duration of 02:29:38 minutes.

Artist: The Runaways
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 42
Duration: 02:29:38
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No. Title Length
1. Cherry Bomb 2:18
2. You Drive Me Wild 3:21
3. Is It Day or Night? 2:45
4. Thunder 2:32
5. Rock 'N Roll 3:16
6. Lovers 2:09
7. American Nights 3:14
8. Blackmail 2:40
9. Secrets 2:44
10. Dead End Justice 6:58
11. Queens of Noise (Live In Japan) 3:21
12. California Paradise (Live In Japan) 2:54
13. All Right You Guys (Live In Japan) 3:30
14. Wild Thing (Live In Japan) 3:47
15. Gettin' Hot (Live In Japan) 2:58
16. Rock 'N Roll (Live In Japan) 4:38
17. You Drive Me Wild (Live In Japan) 3:17
18. Neon Angels On the Road to Ruin (Live In Japan) 3:32
19. I Wanna Be Where the Boys Are (Live In Japan) 2:55
20. Cherry Bomb (Live In Japan) 2:10
21. American Nights (Live In Japan) 4:02
22. C' Mon (Live In Japan) 4:12
23. Queens of Noise 3:28
24. Take It or Leave It 3:26
25. Midnight Music 2:52
26. Born to Be Bad 4:30
27. Neon Angels On the Road to Ruin 3:28
28. I Love Playin' With Fire 3:21
29. California Paradise 2:54
30. Hollywood 2:57
31. Heart Beat 2:51
32. Johnny Guitar 7:17
33. Little Sister 3:04
34. Wasted 3:26
35. Gotta Get Out Tonight 3:31
36. Wait for Me 4:55
37. Fantasies 5:37
38. School Days 2:53
39. Trash Can Murders 3:16
40. Don't Go Away 3:32
41. Waitin' for the Night 5:02
42. You’re Too Possessive 4:05



The original lineup of the Runaways existed for less than two years, but the three albums they released together remain one of the best hard-rock trilogies of the ‘70s. The Mercury Records Anthology collects those three LPs (1976’s The Runaways and 1977’s Queens of Noise and Live In Japan) and adds the band’s first album after Cherie Curie’s departure as vocalist (Waitin’ for the Night, also 1977). The Runaways combined the sass of glam, the anger of punk, and the danceability of pure pop music. The combination made for some timeless anthems of teenage rock ’n’ roll, among them “Cherry Bomb,” “Queens of Noise” and “California Paradise.” Even the lesser tracks are glorious, driven by blasts of livewire guitar and Sandy West’s tribal drumming. Live In Japan is the band’s peak, and shows them delivering their slumber-party heavy metal to an auditorium full of manic Japanese fans. Waitin’ for the Night (the last 10 tracks here) shows things just weren’t the same after Curie’s departure. “Little Sister” and “Gotta Get Out Tonight” display Joan Jett’s development as a singer and songwriter, but the band wasn’t as powerful as a four-piece.