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Blondie (band)

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Blondie was a very popular band in the 1970s and early 1980s. Sometimes disco, sometimes punk, sometimes new wave, sometimes rap, Blondie re-invented themselves at every turn. Also exhibiting a good deal of longevity, their better known hits were "Call Me" and "Heart of Glass".

The band was founded in 1974.

Band Members

  • Deborah Harry - Lead singer.
  • Chris Stein - Lead guitarist.
  • Jimmy Destri - Keyboards.
  • Clem Burke - Percussion.
  • Paul Carbonara - Second guitarist.
  • Leigh Foxx - Bass.


  • Blondie (1976)
  • Plastic letters (1977)
  • Parallel lines (1978)
  • Eat to the beat (1979)
  • Autoamerican (1980)
  • The best of blondie (1981)
  • The hunter (1982)
  • Platinum Collection (1994)
  • No exit (1999)
  • Live (1999)

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