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Panic of Girls

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01
D-Day
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
3:37
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02
What I Heard
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
3:17
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03
Mother
Artist: Blondie, Kato Khandwala
3:10
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04
The End the End
Artist: Blondie, Kato Khandwala
3:41
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Girlie Girlie
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
3:25
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06
Love Doesn't Frighten Me
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
3:18
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Words In My Mouth
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
4:19
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Sunday Smile
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
4:48
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09
Wipe Off My Sweat
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
4:13
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10
Le Blue
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
4:28
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China Shoes
Artist: Blondie, Jeff Saltzman
4:21
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 42:37

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this is blondie of the 80's..i'm very impressed!!

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unlike "no exit" which was a mess in the in the market place, this release makes up for it and very impressively!!I I'm so overjoyed to hear the band doing tunes that sound like the same blondie that made "parallel lines" and "eat to the beat" such awesome releases.they're problem with "no exit" and the other mess they recorded ,was imo that they tried to sound too current ,with the notion that if they didn't nobody would be interested.i believe that they were too concerned that their sound would be come off as soundling retro and that it wouldn't sell/ continuing the sound that sold their records is the winning choice..blondie needs to be blondie..not a new updated 2012 or 2013 blondie as that isn't blondie..it's someone that sounds remotely like them but trying to sound like something they're not..as long as they continue to be who they are which is the blondie of the 80's they'll be okay..cause that's who they are and that's what sells them.

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Who Are…Bleached

By Tobi Vail, Contributor

When women and girls listen to love songs written by and/or performed by men, we have to filter stuff out, switch pronouns and, often, navigate a sexist point of view. After a lifetime of listening to male-dominated pop music I'm used to making these kinds of adjustments in my head, but I still feel starved for love songs that I can actually identify with and dance to without a power struggle. This drives me to… more »

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Icon: Blondie

By Ira Robbins, Contributor

In the fall of 1975, when Blondie could often be found playing the back room of Mother's, a gay bar-turned-rock club on West 23rd Street, it seemed far from likely that they (or, for that matter, any of the amazing bands at the forefront of New York's quixotic rock scene) would go very much further. Or that they even wanted to. While Blondie's self-conscious revivalism held plenty of in-crowd appeal for the motley crew of… more »

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Icon: Blondie

By Ira Robbins, Contributor

In the fall of 1975, when Blondie could often be found playing the back room of Mother's, a gay bar-turned-rock club on West 23rd Street, it seemed far from likely that they (or, for that matter, any of the amazing bands at the forefront of New York's quixotic rock scene) would go very much further. Or that they even wanted to. While Blondie's self-conscious revivalism held plenty of in-crowd appeal for the motley crew of… more »