After snatching a record deal due to the brute strength of a single rehearsal, The Runaways proceeded to change the face (and gender) of rock and roll with the release of their 1976 debut. Full of tough, snarling tales of misbehavior and anthems of offbeat adolescence, the album established these juvenile idols and remains a source of inspiration for the next generation of rebels. Includes the delectable "Cherry Bomb," "American Nights," a venomous Velvet Underground cover, and so much more! From start to finish, The Runaways captures a band that tapped into the zeitgeist of it's era with curiosity and passion, chugging power chords, snarls and screams. Though it was under-appreciated when it was released, it captures a moment in quintessential '70s rock.