Blondie - Atomic: The Very Best Of Blondie
NME.COM feature on Blondie - Atomic: The Very Best Of Blondie album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 03 March 2003
Two decades ago, [a]Blondie[/a] ruled the post-punk charts....
Two decades ago, Blondie ruled the post-punk charts. Ice-cool New Yorkers with an arch Anglophile sensibility and impeccably trashy glamour, they took smelly old rock down to Studio 54 and helped introduce rap to mainstream audiences. Debbie Harry was the punk Madonna , the disco Deneuve : ageless, immortal, iconic. Now she's just two years behind Mick Jagger and, judging by...
- Jan 5, 1999
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- Heart of Glass
- Sunday Girl
- Call Me
- The Tide Is High (4:39 Version)
- Hanging On The Telephone
- (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear
- Island Of Lost Souls
- Picture This
- Union City Blue (Original Single Version)
- War Child
- Rip Her To Shreds
- One Way Or Another
- X Offender
- I'm Gonna Love You Too
- Fade Away (And Radiate)
- Atomic '98 (Xenomania Mix)
- Atomic '98 (Tall Paul Mix)
It's Blondie, so we'll forgive her for this mediocre, cyber-punk with reggae crossover
- Jun 1, 2011
Blondie, Villagers, Jessie J
- May 23, 2011
It's heart of arse.
- Nov 6, 1999
"Don’t believe everything you read," state band amid speculation over their future
But Burke says 'nothing is finalised yet' and the band are due to release a new album later this year (2013)
The Debbie Harry fronted act will play a number of forest shows as part of the tour
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