Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

Top 10 Blondie Songs :: Top 10 Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Top 10 Blondie Songs :: Top 10 Tuesday

Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

How about a little Blondie for this Week’s Top 10 Tuesday? The Sun is out, June is in Full-Swing, and it seems the Perfect time to break out the 45’s, Albums and 8-Track Tapes and Listen to the Very Best of Debbie Harry and Blondie. There are so many Fantastic Tracks to choose from, and such Quintessential Albums, like Parallel Lines, Eat to the Beat, Autoamerican, and More.

Why don’t you get comfortable, grab a set of Headphones, or plug in your strongest Speakers, and Press Play to Hear the Top 10 Blondie Songs for This Week’s Top 10 Tuesday. And, don’t stop there, Keep Listening to Debbie and the Boys and make this a Blondie kind of Day.

All Quintessential Top 10 Lists include the Best Tracks off Official Albums, Compilation Albums, Live Recordings, EP’s, Soundtracks, Singles, and More.

Debbie Harry and Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

Blondie was founded by Singer Debbie Harry and Guitarist Chris Stein. The Band is considered a pioneer in the early American New Wave and Punk Scenes of the mid-to-late 1970’s. The Band’s 1st 2 Albums contained strong elements of both New Wave and Punk, and although successful in the UK and Australia, Blondie was regarded as an Underground Band in the US until the Release of the Album, Parallel Lines, in 1978.

Blondie Parallel Lines, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesady

The Band achieved several Hit Singles, including “Call Me”, “Rapture”, and “Heart of Glass”, and became noted for their Eclectic Mix of Musical Styles incorporating elements of Disco, Pop, Reggae, and early Rap Music.

Blondie broke-up after the Release of its 6th Studio Album, The Hunter, in 1982. Debbie Harry continued to pursue a Solo Career with varied results after taking a few years off to care for partner Chris Stein, who was diagnosed with pemphigus, a rare autoimmune disease of the skin.

The Band re-formed in 1997, achieving a renewed success and a # 1 Single in the UK with “Maria”, in 1999, exactly 20 years after their 1st UK # 1 Single, “Heart of Glass”.

Blondie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in 2006.

The Band has sold 40 Million Records Worldwide, and is still active. Their 11th Studio Album, Pollinator, was released earlier this year.

Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

My 1st 45″ was a Blondie Single, “Call Me”. I went back to the local Record Store a week later, babysitting money in hand, and bought 2 more Songs. That started my Love of Debbie Harry and Blondie, one that has never left me.

In the Late 80’s/Early 90’s I frequented Underground Hollywood Clubs that Spun Blondie’s Music heavily, especially Club 1970 and Hot Lave. And, my first car, had at least 2 Blondie Cassettes in rotation for Car-Concert Play, at all times.

Choosing just 10 Songs was not an easy thing to do as there are so many Best Blondie Songs, but with multiple Plays and careful consideration, we present you with Lyriquediscorde’s Top 10.

Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday


1. “Atomic”
from the Album, Eat to the Beat (1979)

“Ah, oh your hair is beautiful.
Ah, tonight.”

2. “Sunday Girl”
from the Album, Parallel Lines (1978)

“Baby, I would like to go out tonight.
If I go with you my folks’ll get uptight.
Stay at home,
Sunday girl.”

3. “Rip Her to Shreds”
from the Album, Self-Titled (1976)

“Oh, you know her, ‘Miss Groupie Supreme’.
Yeah, you know her, ‘Vera Vogue’ on parade.
Red eye shadow!
Green mascara!
She’s too much.”

4. “Heart of Glass”
from the Album, Parallel Lines (1978)

“Once I had a love,
and it was divine,
soon found out I was losing my mind.
It seemed like the real thing,
but I was so blind.
Mucho mistrust,
love’s gone behind.”

5. “Dreaming”
from the Album, Eat to the Beat (1979)

“I don’t want to live on charity.
Pleasure’s real,
or is it fantasy?
Reel to reel is living rarity,
people stop and stare at me,
we just walk on by.
We just keep on dreaming.”

Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

6. “Walk Like Me”
from the Album, Autoamerican (1980)

“Tell that girl you like her badge.
Tell that man you’re the Nazz.
Tell them you’re not the last walking in parade.”

7. “(I’m Always Touched by Your) Presence Dear”
from the Album, Plastic Letters (1978)

“Was it destiny?
I don’t know yet.
Was it just by chance?
Could this be kismet?”

8. “One Way or Another”
from the Album, Parallel Lines (1978)

“I will drive past your house,
and if the lights are all down.
I’ll see who’s around.”

9. “Rapture”
from the Album, Autoamerican (1980)

“Fab Five Freddie told me everybody’s high,
DJ’s spinnin’ are savin’ my mind.
Flash is fast,
Flash is cool.
Francois sez fas,
Flashe’ no do.”

10. “Detroit 442”
from the Album, Plastic Letters (1978)

“Well, I eat danger,
any stranger is all right.”

Blondie, Top 10, Top 10 Tuesday

What do you think of the Top 10 Blondie Songs?

What Songs would you choose? Do you have a Favorite Blondie Song?

What would you want added to the list?


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