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Debut album released in 1976 Features the singles, X Offender, In The Flesh, Rip Her To Shreds Produced by legendary Brill Building songwriter, Richard Gottehrer

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ADRIENNE MILLER
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
"Acting like a soap opera queen..."
Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2014
Blondie were a fascinating new wave band. And their self-titled debut album is the best place to start. This album was probably the band''s most "new wave" sounding record. But even from the beginning, the band always cleverly mixed different musical genres into their songs.... See more
Blondie were a fascinating new wave band. And their self-titled debut album is the best place to start. This album was probably the band''s most "new wave" sounding record. But even from the beginning, the band always cleverly mixed different musical genres into their songs. You can hear a touch of bluegrass on the sassy, "Little Girl Lies", and you can also hear a little bit of Southern California pop on "In The Sun" and "Man Overboard". Debbie Harry was and STILL is an accessible, outrageously talented singer/songwriter. Her voice can fluctuate between a soft, sexy alto on the deeply romantic, "In The Flesh". And then her voice can take on a feisty, soprano edge on my personal favorite, the deliciously snarky, "Rip Her To Shreds". Of course the rest of the band were extremely talented as well. Co-founder Chris Stein (Debbie''s boyfriend at the time) demonstrates his genius brilliantly on the avant-garde, "The Attack of the Giant Ants" which is filled with trippy, sound-effects and a gorgeous piano solo at the end of the track. Keyboardist Jimmy Destri proved he always that effortless, pop sensibility and a flair for spacy synths on tracks like "Look Good in Blue" and "A Shark in Jets Clothing". Everyone KNOWS Clem Burke was the "brain" behind Blondie''s signature sound. His drumming and timing were impeccable! Bassist Gary Valentine was also a vital part of the band, even though this was the ONLY Blondie record he is featured on. Valentine left the band a year later, but he still left us with a great track, the risqué opener, "X Offender". There isn''t one bad song on Blondie''s debut album. I also enjoy the incredibly strange, "Rifle Range" and the energetic, "Kung Fu Girls". This album was produced by Richard Gottehrer. He also produced the band''s sophomore album, "Plastic Letters". I thought Gottehrer was an important stepping stone for the band. He really encouraged the band to stay true to their infectious sound. I like how the album has this cool, timeless edge. This record didn''t make Blondie a household name, (that wouldn''t happen until the release of "Parallel Lines") but every band has to start somewhere and what an incredible start it was. Enjoy!
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JC
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This Blondie Album is Not One to Miss
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2019
A Definite essential if you''re a Blondie fan. I love the old-school sound throughout this album. Refreshing and enjoyable, this is one of my favorite albums.
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paul in ports
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Digital remaster?
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2016
Fun happy music from the most influential band of our generation. The first group to cross rock, disco, rap, new wave and punk in a way that really works. This group is the ''real thing'' not like the sea of wanna be''s in the mainstream today. I bought this cd to replace the... See more
Fun happy music from the most influential band of our generation. The first group to cross rock, disco, rap, new wave and punk in a way that really works. This group is the ''real thing'' not like the sea of wanna be''s in the mainstream today. I bought this cd to replace the original issue I got years ago because the original cd didn''t sound anywhere near as good as the vinyl LP. This one says its digitally remastered but it doesn''t sound any better than the original issue. I was expecting more clarity and higher quality sound and it isn''t there. This one comes with really cool extra pictures and several extra songs so it is worth buying for sure but don''t expect it to sound as good as vinyl.
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James Gettens
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BUY THIS ALBUM!
Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2015
This is a great showcase of Blondie in its early days. They were a part of the emerging "punk rock" scene in lower East Side New York. This shows their grittier side ... the rocking Debby and group! I "discovered" them with this album and was happy to find... See more
This is a great showcase of Blondie in its early days. They were a part of the emerging "punk rock" scene in lower East Side New York. This shows their grittier side ... the rocking Debby and group! I "discovered" them with this album and was happy to find it again at such a good price. I know I am biased but I can remember that when I played this record (yes, I owned it as a record) my friends all said "Blondie who?" Then, when Parallel Lines came out, everyone wanted to hear their origins. Before they "disco-fied" they were the greatest band I ever heard! You owe it to yourself to listen and learn what a great band sounds like! BUY IT
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A. Read
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The music of my childhood
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2021
I listened to Blondie when I was maybe 12, and just returned to it recently. I was surprised at how well the music aged. Clem Burke’s drumming is still furious and driving, and of course Debbie Harry’s voice is still amazing. The remastered tunes sound great and still sound... See more
I listened to Blondie when I was maybe 12, and just returned to it recently. I was surprised at how well the music aged. Clem Burke’s drumming is still furious and driving, and of course Debbie Harry’s voice is still amazing. The remastered tunes sound great and still sound fresh to me.
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hjon203
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bad selections
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2021
None of the hit songs included, bad selections like a demo tape
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James Boyd
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Debbie even Weirder !
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2018
Never heard these odd ball tunes before ! I''ve always loved her voice and her group has wonderful musicians to back her well. A real treat for Debbie fans and a must have .
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SYBIL BLAZEJ-YEE
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Blondie - Blondie CD
Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020
A wonderful singer and band who contributed so much to the flavor of the music of the 80s. The package arrived efficiently and in a timely fashion. Many thanks!
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Mandrek Larl
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s Blondie, but not as we know them ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 27, 2020
1978 and Debbie Harry, then riding high in the charts with "Denis" was the pin-up girl of the sixth form common room along with a selection of Page 3 models, notably Sam Fox and Linda Lusardi, and Charlie''s original Angels. But before the fame and the pop hits there was...See more
1978 and Debbie Harry, then riding high in the charts with "Denis" was the pin-up girl of the sixth form common room along with a selection of Page 3 models, notably Sam Fox and Linda Lusardi, and Charlie''s original Angels. But before the fame and the pop hits there was Blondies'' eponymous debut, released largely unnoticed in 1976. With a different Blondie sound, or perhaps I should say with many different sounds ranging from early ''60s surf, pop-rockabilly, and girl group, through late ''60s cool sophistication to mid ''70s glam and punk, it''s almost like they had been in the dressing-up box and were trying everything on to see what suited them. And on the whole it''s the punkier tracks that worked better then, and looking back now from a distance of forty plus years these are the ones that still work better, and they''re the ones that give more of a clue of the direction that the band would follow to find fame. Opener and lead single "X Offender" is just such a track, its structure, timing and layers of sound are near perfect, however second track "Little Girl Lies" which opens with a Dick Dale style guitar solo sounds as though it belongs in 1962 and not 1976 with its mix of surf rock music and girl group vocals, its'' OK but it was never going to be the basis for a pop future in the late ''70s. "In The Flesh" is pure Phil Spector girl group, think the Ronettes perhaps or the Crystals, but it doesn''t have Spector''s Wall of Sound production and just doesn''t do it for me [surprisingly IMO this was the second single released from the album]. "Look Good In Blue" has something of the late 60s cool sophistication about it and sounds as though it could have come from one of those "Music To Watch Girls By" compilations, while next up "In The Sun" is the closest to the future Blondie sound with its punky-edge fuelled by Clem Burke''s drum-fills, I love it. The final track on the original first side, "A Shark In Jet''s Clothing" has a clever title and a very Stranglers-esque organ lead from Jimmy Destri, but it''s very thin sounding and that''s a problem common to many of the tracks here. "Man Overboard", the opening track on the second side is similarly thin sounding; both this track and "A Shark In Jet''s Clothing" are interesting but need a bit more welly to hit the spot. Elsewhere on side two, third single "Rip Her To Shreds" is probably the best track on the album, it''s spikey with some nice guitar work from Chris Stein; while "Rifle Range", another with a late ''60s vibe, runs it a close second and at three minutes forty-one seconds it''s the longest track on the album and one that gives everyone a chance to show what they can do. The last two tracks "Kung Fu Girls" and "The Attack of The Giant Ants" are fun if not entirely serious, particularly the latter with it''s B-movie sound effects [and I wonder whether these might have influenced the Rezillos]. My 2001 re-issue then has five bonus tracks including demo versions of "X Offender" and "In The Sun", apart from the first of two these bonus tracks, the Dusty Springfield sounding "Out In The Street" and the punky "The Thin Line" these add little to the album. So it''s not the punk-pop powered Blondie that was to come later; it''s a pot pourri of styles, some work some don''t but overall its interesting to hear the band before they coalesced around the Blondie sound and hence the four stars. But in all honesty it''s probably one that''s more for rock historians than for lovers of the "Sunday Girl", "The Tide Is High" or "Rapture.
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Brian G
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Punk,rock,disco and?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 12, 2021
This was one I had on vinyl when it was first released back in those mists of time. They were a band like no other at that time. To say they were a "punk" band, does them a disservice. They were much more than that blinkered description. It is true that they exploded on the...See more
This was one I had on vinyl when it was first released back in those mists of time. They were a band like no other at that time. To say they were a "punk" band, does them a disservice. They were much more than that blinkered description. It is true that they exploded on the music scene at a time when disco was king. So what does a new band do? Well folks they did the unthinkable! They not only satisfied the rock fans, but they were also at home on the disco scene. As this was their first release, you may think that this album has nothing to do with the disco scene. That in part is true. But they were a savvy band that had their eye on the music scene. Because of that they could easily transition from one style to another. We are fortunate that this is a reissue because the remastering is excellent. You also get the bonus tracks which are worthy of inclusion.
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KT
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s Deborah
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 22, 2017
Blondie'' s 1976 eponymous debut is their most fun album. It''s a spikey breeze of new wave/punk that also proved to be the launch pad for the (soon to be) goddess of the day, ''Deborah Harry''. Bags of cool tunes, ''In the Sun'' being the standout. Listen out too for the short...See more
Blondie'' s 1976 eponymous debut is their most fun album. It''s a spikey breeze of new wave/punk that also proved to be the launch pad for the (soon to be) goddess of the day, ''Deborah Harry''. Bags of cool tunes, ''In the Sun'' being the standout. Listen out too for the short demo of ''In the Streets'', which raw as it is, hints at some of the beautiful Blondie tracks to come.
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Well worth a listen
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 2, 2016
Blondie''s debut is quirky, fun and infectious. It set the groundwork for what would be one of America''s more endearing and enduring rock bands. The songs here are more punky, with a retro 50''s/60''s flavour. Although there isn''t the usual standout single, the whole album in...See more
Blondie''s debut is quirky, fun and infectious. It set the groundwork for what would be one of America''s more endearing and enduring rock bands. The songs here are more punky, with a retro 50''s/60''s flavour. Although there isn''t the usual standout single, the whole album in fact, doesn''t feature one dud track. Its a great listen all the way through. I would say this, along with Parallel Lines and Eat To The Beat, are the essential Blondie albums to buy if your new to the band. This is a great chill out album. Recommended.
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idleshark
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Still fresh today
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 25, 2013
Surprised by just how good and fresh this debut album sounds even today.Previously I only had a blondie greatest hits compilation which I found very hit and miss. I was a teenager at the time but there were so many great `new wave` bands at the time that one had limited...See more
Surprised by just how good and fresh this debut album sounds even today.Previously I only had a blondie greatest hits compilation which I found very hit and miss. I was a teenager at the time but there were so many great `new wave` bands at the time that one had limited funds and money to follow all of them.Blondie were commercially the most successful of the American ones and give or take Talking Heads deservedlyBlondie`s debut and 3 rd albums are 5 star albums - pity about the 2nd & 4th which I`ve now listened to and clearly were full of weaker material left off the debut and 3rd albums
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