Blondie So named because she was so light came in from Essex suffering slight mange and apparent exhaustion.
For a brief period Blondie were sheer pop punk perfection.
The 70s are heavily represented with Blondie, Nirvana, the Sex Pistols - there are those who will think it's inappropriate, but a kid getting into rock might like a vintage sound and want to wear a vintage look that matches.
Shag hair styles are popular in the mainstream punk scene: just think of Blondie and her platinum rocker shag.
Inspired by the musicians in garage bands such as Blondie, the Velvet Underground, and the Ramones, these rebels of pop music gave something raw and edgy to the hair industry and their music fans.
Eat to the Beat is the title track from Blondie's 1979 mega-hit album - recently digitally remastered and re-released with a companion DVD of new music videos created by the band.
If for some reason Blondie DO in fact need an introduction, follow the link, and you'll be able to check out this landmark album in its entirety.
Flash took a little bit of Queen and a little bit of Blondie to not only create what is now a hip hop classic but to introduce musicians and fans to the new worlds of possibilities sampling provided.
Highly stylized Blondie shared none of Devo's experimental nature.
Blondie was all over the board in terms of musical influence: punk, disco, pop and even reggae flavors touched the songs, and that is what kept audiences interested.
Despite these various inspirations, however, Blondie remained distinctly New Wave.
Like Blondie, the Talking Heads drew from diverse influences.
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