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Blondie

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Blondie was a new wave and punk band formed in the late 1970’s by Debby Harry in New York City. They owe their success to a mistake on the music TV show Countdown played the video for “In The Flesh”. The song was the B-side of their single release at the time, “X-Offender”. The song made it to #2 on the charts in Australia in 1977. They didn’t break out in popularity in the United States until their third album, Parallel Lines.

Genre

New wave, pop rock, punk rock

Labels

Private Stock
Chrysalis
EMI
Beyond
BMG
Epic
Sire
Sanctuary
Eleven Seven

Artist Website Link: https://www.blondie.net/

Discography

Blondie – Released: December 1976
Plastic Letters – Released: February 1978
Parallel Lines – Released: September 23, 1978
Eat to the Beat – Released: October 13, 1979
Autoamerican – Released: November 1980
The Hunter – Released: May 1982
No Exit – Released: February 23, 1999
The Curse of Blondie – Released: October 13, 2003
Panic of Girls – Released: May 30, 2011
Ghosts of Download – Released: May 12, 2014
Pollinator – Released: May 5, 2017

MultiTracks

Heart of Glass (vocal only) – Blondie

One Way Or Another (vocal only) – Blondie

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