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Old 02-19-03, 11:47 PM
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I've recently discovered that I really like Blondie. But, the only album I have of theirs is the Back to Back Hits one with Pat Benatar (who is also really good). So, what's a good first album to get of theirs? And, on a slightly different note, is there anyway to get all of their albums for one cheap price?
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Old 02-20-03, 02:19 AM
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Go for Parallel Lines first, and The Hunter last...

everything else falls in between.....
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Old 02-20-03, 02:27 AM
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They even recently remastered their albums with bonus tracks.
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Old 02-20-03, 07:40 PM
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For me anyway, Blondie IS, and always will be, "Eat To The Beat"
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Old 02-20-03, 11:29 PM
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If you are on a fixed income, I'd start the one below and go from there. I have not upgraded my Best of Blondie CD yet (which has 12 of the 19 tracks) but I plan on it. A friend has Greatest Hits and it's awesome.

This cd features 7 number one hits:
Heart Of Glass (US & UK)
Sunday Girl (UK)
Atomic (UK & US dance chart in 1995)
Call Me (US & UK)
The Tide Is High (US & UK)
Rapture (US)
Maria (UK, only # 82 in the US)

Also get these 12:
One Way or Another
X Offender
Hanging on the Telephone
Rip Her to Shreds
Picture This
In the Flesh
(I'm Always Touched by Your) Prescence, Dear
Union City Blue
Hardest Part
Island of Lost Souls
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Old 02-21-03, 12:12 AM
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I want to stay away from best ofs, so I think I'm going to get Parallel Lines. This is kind of off-topic, but are there any other CD clubs besides Columbia House and BMG? I want to get the reissues (for Blondie and The Ramones, to be specific), but neither club offers all the cds.
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