Just Go Away - Blondie - Parallel Lines / Plastic Letters

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  1. Vudojas
    Parallel Lines. A Shark In Jets Clothing. Blondie. Accidents Never Happen. Eat to the Beat. Plastic Letters. Contact in Red Square. Plastic Letters. Danceway. Live in Toronto. Denis. Just Go Away. Parallel Lines. Kidnapper. Plastic Letters. Kung Fu Girls. Blondie.
  2. Yodal
    May 24,  · Graded on a Curve: Blondie, Parallel Lines. I really kind of miss the hopelessly horrible band that gave us Parallel Lines’ predecessor, Plastic Letters. “Just Go Away,” which boasts wonderful shouted backing vocals and really snotty vocals by Harry. And then there’s the pneumatic “I Know But I Don’t Know,” which features.
  3. Kazidal
    Oct 25,  · Parallel Lines, the greatest moment in Deborah Harry and Blondie's wonderful career as a band. Many will argue against it as it is incredibly commercial, even for a late 's record. But as Pop-tastic as Parallel Lines may be, it still carries the punk rock attitude and street smart swagger that Debbie and the boys have always been known for/5().
  4. Virn
    "I'm Gonna Love You Too" is a song written by Joe B. Mauldin, Niki Sullivan and Norman Petty, originally recorded by Buddy Holly in It was recorded 20 years later by American new wave band Blondie and released as the lead single in the U.S. from their multi-platinum album Parallel bluesrock.muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfo: Rockabilly.
  5. Mezil
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Blondie - Parallel Lines / Plastic Letters at Discogs. Complete your Blondie collection/5(6).
  6. Voodooran
    Plastic Letters: In The Flesh Lyrics: Blondie: In The Sun Lyrics: Blondie: Island Of Lost Souls Lyrics: The Hunter: I´m Gonna Love You Too Lyrics: Parallel Lines: I´m On E Lyrics: Plastic Letters: Just Go Away Lyrics: Parallel Lines: Kidnapper Lyrics: Plastic Letters: Kung Fu Girls Lyrics: Blondie: Last One In The World Lyrics: The Curse Of.
  7. Dalkis
    Blondie just had far better pop success, which started with ’s Parallel Lines, produced by Mike Chapman. This third studio album, which masterfully blended bubblegum pop with elements of punk, went on to sell over twenty million copies worldwide and reached the Top 10 on both sides of the Atlantic.

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