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Blondie – Parallel Lines (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (2008)

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Blondie – Parallel Lines (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (2008)
Pop/Punk | MP3 – 192Kbps | 16 Tracks (4 Bonus) | 59.30 Min | 82 MB | English
RAR Recovery Record: YES @ 5% – Compression Method = Best

Peerless purveyors of pure punk power-pop!

And with the sexiest lead singer ever!

Hard to believe this work’s 30 years old! It still sounds fresh and vibrant!

This special edition has some extra tracks and is remastered. Included in this re-release are 4 brand new tracks, including remixes and French versions.

The new 30th Anniversary edition of seminal New York punk band Blondie’s crossover smash album Parallel Lines was released this summer. Containing smash hits like “Heart of Glass”, “Hanging on the Telephone” and “One Way or Another”, among others, this was the album that transformed Blondie from an underground fave to the top of the charts.

Blondie first gained fame in the late 1970s and have so far sold over 60 million records – including sales by the current version of the band, who reunited a few years back after a long period of hiatus.

Blondie were a pioneer in the early American punk rock and new wave scenes. Their first two albums contained strong elements of these genres, and although successful in the United Kingdom and Australia, Blondie were regarded as an underground band in the United States until the release of Parallel Lines in 1978.

Over the next three years, the band achieved several hit singles and was noted for its eclectic mix of musical styles incorporating elements of disco, pop and reggae, while retaining a basic style as a new-wave band.

Tracklisting

1: Hanging on the Telephone (2:21)
2: One Way or Another (3:33)
3: Picture This (2:55)
4: Fade Away and Radiate (3:58)
5: Pretty Baby (3:17)
6: I Know But I Don’t Know (3:55)
7: 11:59 (3:20)
8: Will Anything Happen? (2:59)
9: Sunday Girl (3:05)
10: Heart of Glass (5:48)
11: I’m Gonna Love You Too (2:06)
12: Just Go Away (3:24)
13: Heart of Glass [7″ Single Version][*] (4:09)
14: Sunday Girl [French Version][*] (3:03)
15: Hanging on the Telephone [Nosebleed Handbag Remix] (6:13)
16: Fade Away and Radiate [108 BPM Remix] (5:15)

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September 28, 2008 Posted by | Blondie, Debby Harry, Music_Pop, Music_PostPunk, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Blondie – Parallel Lines [FLAC+CUE+LOG+PAR2]

Blondie - Parallel Lines (DCC GZS-1062)

Blondie – Parallel Lines [DCC GZS-1062]
July 29, 1994 | Original Release Date: September 1978 | DCC | ASIN: B00000017K
FLAC+CUE+LOG+PAR2 | COVERS | RAR | 303.33 MB

This is a true pop-punk classic from the New Yawk new-wavers.

Some wonderful pop moments throughout.

Debbie harry sure looked hotter than Georgia asphalt too then!

Blondie turned to British pop producer Mike Chapman for their third album, on which they abandoned any pretensions to new wave legitimacy (just in time, given the decline of the new wave) and emerged as a pure pop band.

But it wasn’t just Chapman that made Parallel Lines Blondie’s best album; it was the band’s own songwriting, including Deborah Harry, Chris Stein, and James Destri’s “Picture This,” and Harry and Stein’s “Heart of Glass,” and Harry and new bass player Nigel Harrison’s “One Way or Another,” plus two contributions from non-bandmember Jack Lee, “Will Anything Happen?” and “Hanging on the Telephone.”

That was enough to give Blondie a number one on both sides of the Atlantic with “Heart of Glass” and three more U.K. hits, but what impresses is the album’s depth and consistency — album tracks like “Fade Away and Radiate” and “Just Go Away” are as impressive as the songs pulled for singles.

The result is state-of-the-art pop/rock circa 1978, with Harry’s tough-girl glamour setting the pattern that would be exploited over the next decade by a host of successors led by Madonna.


Tracklisting

1. Hanging on the Telephone (Lee) 2:17
2. One Way or Another (Harrison, Harry) 3:31
3. Picture This (Destri, Harry, Stein) 2:53
4. Fade Away and Radiate (Stein) 3:57
5. Pretty Baby (Harry, Stein) 3:16
6. I Know But I Don’t Know (Infante) 3:53
7. 11:59 (Destri) 3:19
8. Will Anything Happen? (Lee) 2:55
9. Sunday Girl (Stein) 3:01
10. Heart of Glass (Harry, Stein) 3:54
11. Gonna Love You Too (Mauldin, Petty, Sullivan) 2:03
12. Just Go Away (Harry) 3:21
13. Heart of Glass [Extended Disco Mix] 5:50

Here be Debbie n’ da boys;

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June 19, 2008 Posted by | Blondie, Music_Pop, Music_PostPunk, _MUSIC | Leave a comment