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Heart Of Glass - Blondie - The Best Of Blondie (CD)

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  1. Tamuro says:
    May 04,  · As a band Blondie had experimented with disco before, both in the predecessors to "Heart of Glass" and in live cover songs that the band played at shows, such as the cover of .
  2. Douzahn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Blondie on Discogs/5(65).
  3. Bam says:
    Album · · 29 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Sign In Atomic/Atomix - The Very Best of Blondie Blondie House · Preview SONG TIME Atomic. 1. PREVIEW Heart of Glass. 2. PREVIEW Sunday Girl. 3. Heart of Glass (Inch Instrumental Version).
  4. Shakaramar says:
    "Heart of Glass" is one of those songs that managed to change the playing field for an entire musical genre. By virtue of the song's unqualified success, reaching number one in both the U.S. and the U.K. and beyond, the stakes for the new wave/punk movement had been raised.
  5. Faujar says:
    Oct 17,  · referencing The Best Of Blondie, LP, Comp, CDL TV1 Track A1 Heart Of Glass on this pressing is the USA version with the lyric 'Pain in the Ass' at the end of the last chorus. I spent ages looking for this version and when found it on a single I then found it everywhere, on 70s compilations and now on this Blondie LP/5(2K).
  6. Fauzahn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Blondie on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis (2) - CDP32 2 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Pop • Style: Pop Rock4/5(1).
  7. Dikasa says:
    The Best of Blondie (released in Germany and the Netherlands as Blondie's Hits) is the first greatest hits album by American rock band bolbatagastzenrecharcmysqnitualhygu.coinfo was released on October 31, , by Chrysalis Records. The album peaked at number four in the United Kingdom and number 30 in the United States, while becoming the band's only number-one album in Australia.
  8. Shaktisar says:
    Editors' Notes Between and , Blondie released a peerless string of singles that reshaped the pop mainstream with underground attitude. Debbie Harry’s sneering taunts on “Rip Her to Shreds” betray the group's punk past, but the starry-eyed “Dreaming” summoned the dawn of New Wave, while the synth-powered knockout “Heart of Glass” and the rap-infused funk of “Rapture.

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