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American Punk,Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,Punk/New Wave,Dance-Rock,New York Punk,Disco,House,Punk,Club/Dance
  • Performer:
    Blondie
  • Title:
    The Best of Blondie
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    American Punk,Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,Punk/New Wave,Dance-Rock,New York Punk,Disco,House,Punk,Club/Dance
  • Date of release:
    1981
  • Duration:
    44:02
  • Size FLAC version
    1374 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1667 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1520 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    909
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Songs in album Blondie - The Best Of Blondie (1981). 1. Heart Of Glass (Best Of Blondie Mix). Call Me (Theme From American Gigolo) (Single Version).

Blondie is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Blondie, released in December 1976 by Private Stock Records. The first single "X Offender" was originally titled "Sex Offender", but since radio stations would not play a song with such a provocative title, the band renamed the song. After disappointing sales and poor publicity, the band ended their contract with Private Stock and signed with Chrysalis Records in 1977

The Complete Picture. Авторы текста и музыки. Chris Stein, Deborah Harry. UMG, WMG, SME (от лица компании "Chrysalis Records"); LatinAutor - PeerMusic, UBEM, BMG Rights Management, Abramus Digital, CMRRA, LatinAutor, ARESA" и другие авторские общества (13). Call Me (Theme From American Gigolo). Mean Girls (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Deborah Harry, Nigel Harrison.

Although Blondie made several first-rate albums, most of their best songs were released as singles, which makes The Best of Blondie an essential collection. The Best of Blondie glosses over their punk roots - very little from the first album, apart from the vicious "Rip Her to Shreds" and the seductive "In the Flesh" - but the band's pop hits are among the finest of their era and encapsulate all of the virtues of new wave.

Blondie is ranked number 242 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 12,481. Members who like this artist also like: Talking Heads, Lou Reed and Brian Eno. Atomic: The Very Best Of Blondie Compilation.

Redirected from The Best Of Blondie). The Best of Blondie (released in Germany and the Netherlands as Blondie's Hits) is the first compilation album by the band Blondie. Released in October 1981, the album peaked at in the UK, in the US, and became their only album in Australia

Blondie came out of New York City's punk scene, but they were more tuneful (and pop-minded) and less artsy than most of their contemporaries. So, you'll find a sample platter of sounds on our list of the Top 10 Blondie Songs. 10. 'The Tide Is High'. From: 'Autoamerican' (1980). Few fans will dispute Parallel Lines' status as the band's best album (four of its tracks make our list of the Top 10 Blondie Songs). It may not be their most diverse LP, but it's close.

The Best of Blondie (released in Germany and the Netherlands as Blondie's Hits) is the first compilation album by the band Blondie. Released in October 1981, the album peaked at in the UK, in the US, and became their only album in Australia.

Blondie's producer Mike Chapman remixed four tracks specially for this album. "Heart of Glass (Special Mix)" is a version that combines elements from the original album version (also 7" single mix in the UK) and the instrumental version. "In the Flesh (Special Mix)" is a mix, with lots of echo.

Credits

Howard Barrett - Composer
Blondie - Primary Artist
Clem Burke - Drums
Mike Chapman - Producer
Brian Cooke - Photography
Jimmy Destri - Composer, Keyboards
Tyrone Evans - Composer
Martyn Goddard - Photography
Richard Gottehrer - Producer
Nigel Harrison - Bass, Composer
Debbie Harry - Composer, Vocals
John Holt - Composer
Frank Infante - Bass, Guitar
Jack Lee - Composer
Giorgio Moroder - Composer, Producer
Chris Stein - Composer, Guitar
Gary Valentine - Composer
Peter Wragg - Art Direction

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Heart of Glass Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 4:34
2 Dreaming Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 3:08
3 Tide Is High Howard Barrett / Tyrone Evans / John Holt Blondie 4:39
4 In the Flesh Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 2:31
5 Sunday Girl Chris Stein Blondie 3:04
6 Hanging on the Telephone Jack Lee Blondie 2:33
7 Rapture Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 5:36
8 One Way or Another Nigel Harrison / Debbie Harry Blondie 3:36
9 (I'm Always Touched by Your) Presence, Dear Gary Valentine Blondie 2:42
10 Call Me Debbie Harry / Giorgio Moroder Blondie 3:32
11 Atomic Jimmy Destri / Debbie Harry Blondie 4:42
12 Rip Her to Shreds Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 3:25

Ironrunner
"EVEN A BLONDE MAN COULD SEE"BLONDIE-THE BEST OF BLONDIE: New wave-bubblegum's secret weapon was ex-Playboy Club bunny DEBBIE HARRY, a cool chanteuse who exuded tuff girl-group chic; casual listeners assumed her name was actually BLONDIE, solidifying the anonymity afforded the band itself. BLONDIE's multi-genre approach served them well, paying big dividends...HEART OF GLASS' throbbing pulse made disco safe for rock fans, THE TIDE IS HIGH coasted on breezy reggae vibes, and RAPTURE spotlighted HARRY's awkwardly enticing spoken word bridge amid its funky dance club grooves. Doubters of the group's rock credentials need only to hone in on heatsinkers ONE WAY OR ANOTHER or HANGING ON THE TELEPHONE, while SUNDAY GIRL and I'M ALWAYS TOUCHED BY YOUR PRESENCE DEAR sound like salacious, long lost sixties pop gems. Although their finest album PARALLEL LINES is an undisputed stand alone masterpiece, THE BEST OF BLONDIE proves a campy compilation of some of the finest audio fodder eighties radio had to offer.RATING: FIVE BOTTLES OF BLEACH
Vichredag
I can't say nothing except a rerelaes that includes all 15 tracks not 14 or 12
Wilalmaine
Blondie, while not necessarily a bad band, never really made a definitive album. However, "The Best Of Blondie" tries to somewhat correct that by collecting almost every hit single up to that point from the band. The bubble gum, jovial rhythms of Blondie are showcased incredibly well on the LP, with many tracks bouncing along so well it's hard to catch your breath. Blondie prove they are one of the most diverse top 40 bands of there time period by jumping from rap to post disco dazed funk numbers, sometimes even on the same side of the record. Despite the sheer amount of diversity the compilation stays as cool as it's titular band, and sequences itself in such a way that it can be thoroughly enjoyed. All in all, most of Blondie's best songs are better served under this context rather than sandwiched in between some slightly disappointing album tracks. "The Best Of Blondie" is a complete and whole portrait of a band with some of the best singles by never becoming completely bloated like some compilations. It instead goes for the biggest and most dynamic hits, rather than filler. Final Rating 10/10Stand-Out Tracks- "One Way Or Another", "In The Flesh", "Heart Of Glass" and "Hanging On The Telephone"