This album is exactly what you'd expect from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, and the opening track, "Any Weather," is well-placed as the best of the bunch. Crunchy guitar riffs and great hooks abound, and if you can get past the lackluster chorus of "TMI," and the repetitive "Different," the other lyrics aren't half bad. Jett hasn't quite lost her youthful outlook; many of these songs could have been on a Runaways album. Some relate to those currently living through teen angst, and some to old farts like me with perspective and social consciousness. Live cuts of old favorites are an added bonus.