Blondie - Original Album Classics
NME.COM feature on Blondie - Original Album Classics album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
It's Blondie, so we'll forgive her for this mediocre, cyber-punk with reggae crossover
More showing their roots than going back to their roots, this is Blondie attempting a Killers-style anthemic electro-rock makeover but with only limited success. Lead-off single ‘Mother’ , a recollection of Debbie Harry[/b]’s days on the New York nightclub scene, shows their genius for big radio choruses is still very much alive and kicking. Meanwhile, 'D-Day’ and ‘What...
- Jun 1, 2011
Blondie, Villagers, Jessie J
- May 23, 2011
It's heart of arse.
- Nov 6, 1999
...only a cloth-eared android could pretend that [B]'Nothing Is Real...'[/B] is anything more than genetically-modified [a]Blondie[/a] substitute cloned from the leftover DNA of their immortal sex-dis
- Jun 5, 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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