As the third new Blondie album of the 2010s, Pollinator falls into something of a familiar pattern. Ever since 2011's Panic of Girls, the revived Blondie have been determined to fit within the confines of contemporary music, riding the remnants of the new wave revival and emphasizing electronics. Unlike Ghosts of Download, which was buried as a second disc with a collection of re-recordings of greatest hits in 2014, Pollinator pushes splashy guest stars. Blood Orange co-writes "Long Time" with Debbie Harry, Joan Jett guests on the opener "Doom or Destiny," Strokes guitarist Nick Valensi appears on "Best Day Ever," which he co-wrote with Sia Furler, and the group cover both Johnny Marr ("My Monster") and Charli XCX ("Gravity")…
“The Best of Blondie” is a compilation album by American rock band Blondie. It was released in October 1981, and peaked at no.1 in Australia, no.4 in the UK and no.30 in the US. This edition remastered 2006 includes 3 bonus tracks.
With many clips unavailable for decades, these videos chronicle the evolution of one of most influential bands in pop music. Includes the hits Heart Of Glass, The Tide Is High, Rapture, Maria and many more top hits, along with several fan favorites. Witness the evolution of New York's greatest genre-breakers.
The Hunter is the sixth studio album by American band Blondie, released in May 1982. It was Blondie's last album of new material until 1999's No Exit. It was recorded in the fall of 1981 and January and February 1982.