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Blondie, Parallel Lines

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Blondie, Parallel Lines

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1430752

Disk length: 41m 26s (12 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1978

Label: Unknown

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“Parallel Lines” Tracks & Durations

1. Hanging On The Telephone 2:26
2. One Way Or Another 3:37
3. Picture This 2:59
4. Fade Away And Radiate 4:04
5. Pretty Baby 3:23
6. I Know But I Don't Know 3:57
7. 11:59 3:21
8. Will Anything Happen? 3:02
9. Sunday Girl 3:06
10. Heart Of Glass 5:48
11. I'm Gonna Love You Too 2:09
12. Just Go Away 3:26

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Review

Until 1978, Blondie was perceived mostly as a '60s-referencing, British-Invasion-meets-girl-groups band. With veteran producer Mike Chapman at the helm for their third album, though, everything changed for this group bred from the New York punk scene. Honing in on Blondie's strongest points--Deborah Harry's come-hither vocals and Clem Burke's powerhouse drumming--Chapman helped recast the band to the power pop side of new wave, and with impressive results. Driven by the punk-meets-disco chart-topping hit, "Heart of Glass," and the herky-jerky "One Way or Another," as well as a muscular cover of the Nerves' "Hanging on the Telephone," Parallel Lines established Blondie as major stars. --Billy AltmanUntil 1978, Blondie was perceived mostly as a '60s-referencing, British-Invasion-meets-girl-groups band. With veteran producer Mike Chapman at the helm for their third album, though, everything changed for this group bred from the New York punk scene. Honing in on Blondie's strongest points--Deborah Harry's come-hither vocals and Clem Burke's powerhouse drumming--Chapman helped recast the band to the power pop side of new wave, and with impressive results. Driven by the punk-meets-disco chart-topping hit, "Heart of Glass," and the herky-jerky "One Way or Another," as well as a muscular cover of the Nerves' "Hanging on the Telephone," Parallel Lines established Blondie as major stars. --Billy Altman

Other Versions

Albums are mined from the various public resources and can be actually the same but different in the tracks length only. We are keeping all versions now.

Blondie - Parallel Lines

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 41m 26s

Blondie - Parallel Lines

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 39m 9s (-3m 43s)

Blondie - Parallel Lines

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 39m 9s (-3m 43s)

Blondie - Parallel Lines

Tracks: 16 (+4 tracks), Disk length: 56m 57s (+15m 31s)