That's Cherie Currie growling the vocals here, which were performed by Jett when she left the band. You know what else is on her resumé? Chainsaw artist. That is, she carves wood sculptures using a chainsaw. No, really, she's good. Check her personal site here
. How's that for machisma? If you don't see how carving art with a chainsaw is a metaphor for punk rock, we obviously haven't been explaining this stuff clearly enough to you.
By the way, modern audiences might easily get Joan Jett and Lita Ford
confused - their styles are very similar. They were both in The Runaways at the same time and basically wrote the book on all-girl punk bands in the '70s - but really, they're a continuation of the lineage first started by Suzi Quatro, whom Jett cites as an influence. You can hear the go-to-hell delinquent rebel in the style of all three, right?