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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 Deborah Harry

I seem to have stumbled upon “new wave” in my last couple of posts writing first about The Clash and then Madness. I am still however not entirely sure how to define… 845 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


July 1 in history

69  Tiberius Julius Alexander ordered his Roman legions in Alexandria to swear allegiance to Vespasian as emperor.

1097  Battle of Dorylaeum: Crusaders under Bohemond of Taranto defeated a Seljuk army under Qilich Arslan I. 1,181 more words


Blondie's - New York

Realeased in 2014 this rockumentary/documentary takes a look at the early years of Blondie in New York.

This band had a big influence on the punk scene. 6 more words


Deborah Harry - Necessary Evil

01 – Two Times Blue
02 – School For Scandal
03 – If I Had You
04 – Deep End
05 – Love With A Vengeance… 31 more words

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Deborah Harry - Strike Me Pink (CD2)

01 – Strike Me Pink
02 – 8 1,2 Rhumba
03 – Blondie – Dreaming

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