Blondie - Eat to the Beat (Vinyl)

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Limited 180 gram vinyl LP repressing of this classic album from the new wave icons. Eat To The Beat is the fourth studio album by Blondie. It was certified Platinum in the United States, where it spent a year on the Billboard album chart. Although it peaked at #17, it was one of Billboard's top 10 albums of 1980. It also reached #1 on the United Kingdom album chart in October 1979 and was certified Platinum by the BPI. The album includes a diverse range of styles as pop, punk, reggae, and funk as well as a lullaby. Three singles were released in the UK from this album ("Dreaming", "Union City Blue" and "Atomic"). "The Hardest Part" was released as the second single from the album in the US instead of "Union City Blue".

Product Details

Barcode
600753550359
Department
Music
Released
16 Dec 2016
Artist
Blondie
Format
Vinyl
Genre
Rock
Label
CAPITOL/UMC
Tracks
[Disc 1]
  1. Dreaming 3:08
[Disc 1]
  1. The Hardest Part 3:42
  2. Union City Blue 3:21
  3. Shayla 3:58
  4. Eat To The Beat 2:40
  5. Accidents Never Happen 4:15
[Disc 2]
  1. Die Young Stay Pretty 3:34
  2. Slow Motion 3:28
  3. Atomic 4:40
  4. Sound-A-Sleep 4:18
  5. Victor 3:19
  6. Living In The Real World 2:53
Year
2015
Videos
Blondie - Atomic
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Published 9 years ago by BlondieVEVO
Duration: 04:14
Official Licensed Video
Blondie: Slow motion (HQ Version!)
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Published 8 years ago by QueenOfRockChannel
Duration: 03:11
BLONDIE - ACCIDENTS NEVER HAPPEN (1979) VINYL
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Published 5 years ago by Igor Karevski
Duration: 04:06
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Supply Source
USA

Blondie

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Profile
American band, formed in 1974 by Chris Stein and Debbie Harry. Drummer Clem Burke and keyboard player Jimmy Destri joined in 1975. In 1976 they recorded their first album "Blondie", released in 1977.

After several more releases the band fell apart in the early 1980s. However they reformed in the late 1990s.

Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2006 (Performer).
Members
  • Chris Stein
  • Clem Burke
  • Deborah Harry
  • Frank Infante
  • Fred Smith
  • Gary Joseph Lachman
  • Jimmy Destri
  • Leigh Foxx
  • Matt Katz-Bohen
  • Nigel Harrison
  • Paul Carbonara
  • Tommy Kessler
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