Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Blondie Biography And Top 10 Songs

There were two chief grounds Iodine started listening to Blondie and they were: first I thought Debbie Harry was amazingly beautiful and 2nd the style of music they made. At the clip Iodine got into Blondie I was listening to a batch of hood and new moving ridge material like The Sexual Activity Pistols, The Clash, Fake 69, The Exploited, Ramones, Ian Dury, The Stranglers, etc... and it also helped me to annoy my parents. I actually used to wish putting postings on my wall when I was a child at school and one of my postings was a full size posting of Debbie Harry.

Blondie are an American punk/new moving ridge cross and were formed in 1975 and consisted originally of Chris Stein, Debbie Harry, Jimmy Destri, Clem Edmund Burke and Gary Valentino. They were originally named "Angel And The Snake" but changed their name to Blondie in 1975 because Debbie Harry was repeatedly referred to as Blondie.

The ego titled Blondie introduction record album was released in 1976 and then re-released somes twelvemonth later when they signed to a new record company. The set first received commercial success through an Australian television show cock-up, the show was supposed to play the picture to Ten Wrongdoer but actually played the picture to In The Flesh. This event saw the record album range #5 in the chart. In 1977 Gary Valentine had left and the record record album Plastic Letters was released and saw Blondie accomplish success in the United Kingdom when the album went in to the top ten.

The hole that was made when Gary left the set was filled in 1978 by the inclusion of Frank Infante and then a new member (Nigel Harrison) was also added and Blondie embarked on a monolithic United Kingdom circuit which included a gig at The Roadhouse where The Boomtown Rats Opened. This circuit made Blondie one of the first American New Wave sets to achieve success in the UK.

Blondie started to see even more than success after the release of their 3rd record album Parallel Lines in 1978 which contained the song Heart Of Glass which was their first United States #1 hit and actually went on to sell over 1 million copies. Blondie seemed to be more than popular in the United Kingdom and this was somewhat owed to the singles Lord'S Day Girl (which went to #1) and also One Manner Or Another. Their 4th record record album Eat To The Beat also had many singles which were popular in the United Kingdom (Dreaming, Atomic and Union City blues).

1980 proverb Blondie rise again in the United States chart with the Release of the album Autoamerican which contained the hit singles The Tide Is High, Ecstasy and Call Me (which was recorded for the film American Gigolo). Ecstasy is the lone Blondie single to acquire a higher chart place in the United States (#1) than the United Kingdom (#5) and was radical because of the combination of rap/hip-hop with their usual sound.

The Hunter was released in 1982 and didn't make as well as some of their former record record albums and both Debbie Harry and Jimmy Destri had both released solo albums in 1981. After the diminution in popularity of the set and the rise mass media attending of Debbie she decided to go forth and Blondie broke up in August 1982. In 1997 they reformed and in 1999 the release of No Exit proverb them go back to the top of the charts once again and the single Mare reached #1 in the United Kingdom exactly 20 old age after their first which was Heart Of Glass.

Blondie released the record album The Curse of Blondie in 2003 and March 2006 saw Blondie inducted into the Rock And Axial Rotation Hallway Of Fame and also onto the Rock Walk Of Fame at Guitar Center on Sunset Avenue in Hollywood.

My Top 10 Blondie Songs are:

01. Island of Lost Souls

02. Dreaming

03. One Manner or Another

04. Ten Offender

05. Kung Fu Girls

06. (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence Dear

07. Union City Blue

08. For Your Eyes Only

09. Maria

10. Good Boys

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1 Comments:

Blogger chris said...

I like songs but now days I am hooked up with my favorite tv show. I am watching Smallville Episodes online.

April 4, 2011 at 6:11 AM  

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