Blondie : No exit

It's heart of arse.

And, wooh, eerie, hold the concept, here are Blondie.

But for all their late-'70s influence on everything from New York (from new wave to hip-hop), 'No Exit', though it features the ninth- and tenth-in batsmen from the Wu Tang Clan, Inspectah Deck and U-God, is a pretty nasty piece of work. It's heavy metal. It's JS Bach's 'Tocata En Fugue In D Minor'. Let's face it. It's heart

of arse.

David Stubbs

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