Blondie Music Video DVD An exclusive, compilation of original videos.

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1 In The Flesh

2 In The Sun (Promo 1976 Edited From Rage Australian TV 33 Rpm Remastered)

3 X Offender

4 Denis (BBC TV's Top Of The Pops '78)

5 Detroit 442

6 Atomic

7 (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear

8 Picture This (BBC TV's Top Of The Pops '78)

9 Hanging On The Telephone

10 One Way Or Another (Live Video)

11 Sunday Girl (BBC TV's Top Of The Pops '79)

12 Heart Of Glass

13 Dreaming

14 The Hardest Part

15 Union City Blue

16 Shayla

17 Accidents Never Happen

18 Sound-A-sleep

19 Victor

20 Slow Motion (Live Old Grey Whistle Test, Apollo Theatre, Scotland '79)

21 Living in the Real World

22 Call me

23 The Tide Is High

24 Rapture

25 Ring Of Fire [Live] (Roadie) (1980)

26 Backfired - Debbie Harry

27 Island Of Lost Souls

28 In Love With Love - Debbie Harry

29 French Kissin in the USA - Debbie Harry

30 Maria

31 No Exit - Blondie ft Coolio, Mobb Deep, Inspectah Deck & U God

32 New York, New York - Moby ft Debbie Harry

33 'We Three Kings'

34 Mother

35 Sugar On The Side (live Video)

36 Fun

37 Long Time

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BIOGRAPHY

Blondie were the biggest commercial success to rise from New York's punk/new wave scene, amassing a string of adventurous but accessible pop singles in the '70s and '80s. Founded by Deborah Harry and Chris Stein, Blondie were one of the first acts on the CBGB scene to sign a record deal (and Harry became punk's first glamour girl), and their first two albums melded downtown energy with trashy '60s-influenced pop. With 1978's Parallel Lines, Blondie added some polish to their sound and were rewarded with a number one single, "Heart of Glass," while 1979's Eat to the Beat and 1980's Autoamerican found them flirting with dance music, hip-hop, and Caribbean sounds while earning critical and commercial success. Blondie split up after 1982's The Hunter, but Harry and Stein revived the band with 1999's No Exit, recording and touring periodically ever since. ~ Mark Deming

Blondie Music Video DVD

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