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Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Blondie

I Blondie sono un gruppo new wave statunitense, fondato da Deborah Harry e Chris Stein. Fu fondamentale nella scena punk e new wave della metà degli anni settanta. Il primo album contiene importanti elementi del genere. Nonostante il fortissimo successo nel Regno Unito e in Australia, il gruppo era considerato negli U.S.A. come "underground" fino al 1978, anno di pubblicazione di Parallel Lines. Nei tre anni successivi i Blondie portarono al successo molti singoli e divennero importanti per l'eclettico insieme di elementi disco-pop e reggae.

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For Blondie

1) Heart of Glass 2) Call Me 3) One Way or Another 4) Atomic 5) Maria 6) The Tide Is High 7) Hanging on the Telephone 8) Rapture 9) Sunday Girl 10) Dreaming 11) Denis 12) Heart Of Glass - Special Mix 13) Picture This 14) Rip Her to Shreds 15) X Offender 16) In the Flesh 17) Fade Away And Radiate 18) I'm Gonna Love You Too 19) Union City Blue 20) One Way or Another - Remastered 21) Island of Lost Souls 22) (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear 23) I Know But I Don't Know 24) Pretty Baby 25) 11:59 26) Just Go Away 27) Will Anything Happen? 28) Heart Of Glass - Remix 29) The Hardest Part 30) Heart Of Glass [24-Bit Digitally Remastered 01] - Remastered 2001 31) Long Time 32) Atomic - Remastered 33) Heart Of Glass [24-Bit Digitally Remastered 01] 34) War Child 35) (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence Dear 36) Hanging On The Telephone - Remastered 37) Die Young Stay Pretty 38) Rifle Range 39) One Way Or Another - 2001 - Remaster 40) Kung Fu Girls 41) Once I Had A Love (AKA The Disco Song) - Remastered 42) Good boys 43) Shayla 44) Man Overboard 45) Little Girl Lies 46) Hanging On The Telephone - 2001 Digital Remaster 47) In the Sun 48) Detroit 442 49) I Touch Myself 50) Accidents Never Happen

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