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Album Review: Blondie - 'Panic For Girls'
It's Blondie, so we'll forgive her for this mediocre, cyber-punk with reggae crossover
Meanwhile, 'D-Day’ and ‘What I Heard’ are nicely adventurous cyber-punk, on which Debbie shows upstart [a]Lady Gaga a thing or two about Warholian pop sleaze. Christ, if only the other half of this album didn’t spiral off into wretched reggae stylings, this would be alright. Actually, forget that, this is fucking Blondie, we owe them, they can have a 6.
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