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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Blondie gets Creative

    When this album was originally released in late 1980, coming off the monster success of ''Call Me'' the #1 Song of 1980, and defining the 1980's ''It's all about me'' decade with the theme from ''American Gigolo''. Little did Blondie and the world in general realize how influential the 2 #1 songs of AutoAmerican would be. Blondie introduced to millions of rock fans around the world Reggae and the unknown and little heard of Rap. Although Blondie was neither a Rap/Reggae artist, their talent was evident in these 2 outstanding tracks. Rapture has gone on to become one of Rock Music's finest and most outstanding performances. Other relative tracks on AutAmerican are ''Faces, Here's Looking at you and Call Me''. Call me, was never featured on any Blondie album, just on their hit packages. This full length version, very rarely heard on radio, is still as vibrant and catchy as it was in 1980. All in all, the re-released album, gives you 3 #1 songs, which is rather impressive buy for a music consumer.

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