Rifle Range - Blondie - Blondie (Vinyl, LP, Album)

24.01.2020
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  • Blondie, an Album by Blondie. Released in December on Private Stock (catalog no. PS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave. Featured peformers: Deborah Harry (vocals), Clem Burke (drums), Jimmy Destri (aka_text {farfisa organ} role_id aka_text, piano, grand piano, organ), Richard Gottehrer (producer), Rob Freeman (recording engineer), Don Hünerberg (assistant engineer), Craig Leon.
  • LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Blondie Format: Vinyl. I grew up listening to Blondie and to find this album on CD, thus replacing my old vinyl copy, was a real treat. Each track on here is a gift in its own right. From disco-driven "Heart of Glass" to heart-thumping "Union City Blues", sneering (yet insecure) "Rip Her To Shreds" and timeless /5().
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Santa Maria Pressing Vinyl release of Blondie on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - CHR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Santa Maria Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave.
  • Two things save Blondie's music from a lack of focus and sincerity. One is producer Richard Gottehrer's adroit echoing of decade-old pop songs, replete with hooks and innocent melodrama. The other is Deborah Harry's utter aplomb and involvement throughout: even when she's portraying a character consummately obnoxious and spaced-out, there is a Missing: Rifle Range.
  • 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/5().
  • 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.
  • The album was first digitally remastered by Chrysalis Records UK in In , the album was again remastered and reissued, this time along with five bonus tracks. "Out in the Streets" (The Shangri-Las cover), "The Thin Line" and "Platinum Blonde" are three of five tracks from a demo recorded by Alan Betrock ; all five were first.
  • Finally Blondie's first 6 albums get repressed on gsm vinyl in a tight but smart slipcase. Obviously the covers are rescans but you can see a lot of effort has gone into this set. From Parallel Lines onwards we get inner sleeves. And in terms of sound quality they sound great. Recommended addition to the Blondie 4(0)ever celebrations!/5(19).

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