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Valentine Love 3: New Blondie Album greenYgrey3 Coincidence

When I posted the Deborah Harry and Taylor Momsen 2017 gYgPOP remix Valentine’s poem for the first day of this month-long love celebration I thought it was a pity Deborah Harry and Blondie hadn’t released a new album lately, to mirror the new one released last year by The Pretty Reckless. 222 more words

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I finally stopped listening to Christmas music today.
Sad face Robynbird.
But when I went back to my ‘regular’ playlist I heard a little Blondie, and was glad I’d left the Christmas music behind. 11 more words


105 Must See Films: Videodrome (1983)

Starring: James Woods, Deborah Harry,Sonja Smits

Director: David Cronenberg

I found this one a bit of a hard watch, and I think that with Cronenberg films, that’s kind of the point. 249 more words

105 Must See Films

The Infinite Jukebox: Iggy Pop and Deborah Harry's 'Well, Did You Evah?'

Sometimes, as they grow older, rockers choose to opt for respectability. They cut back on the guitars and call up the strings, they mute their holler into something approximating a croon, and they record albums of ‘standards’. 420 more words

Soundtrack Of A Lifetime

Review: Videodrome (1983)

In Videodrome, director David Cronenberg’s usual fascination with the body comes in the form of a repeated phrase in the third act, ‘Long live the new flesh.’ On the one hand, the line can be read it as a celebration of Max Renn’s (James Woods) bodily transformations in the midst of vivid hallucinations that he experiences as a result of the Videodrome broadcast signal, which he investigates through the course of the film. 1,623 more words

Denis, Blondie and Debbie Harry

I seem to have stumbled upon “new wave” with my last couple of posts, writing first about The Clash and then Madness. I am still however not entirely sure how to define… 857 more words

1970s Songs

Classic Rock Almanac July 1, 2016


Today’s Question: Twenty years ago today (July 1st, 1996), Neil Young became the first major rock solo performer to preview an entire not-yet-released album on the Internet. 659 more words