Includes Blondie's new album ‘Panic Of Girls’ with 2 Bonus Tracks & Exclusive Artwork; plus photos & a spectacular 132-page magazine.
Fans who buy the Blondie Fan Pack will be able to hear Panic Of Girls weeks before it goes on sale in the UK record stores. What’s more, the Fan Pack version of Panic Of Girls comes with two bonus tracks – that will not be on the record store version of the album.
The Fan Pack magazine is 100% Blondie-approved and contains major, all-new interviews with Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, Clem Burke and all the other members of Blondie, as they talk us through the making of the album and look back over a history that has seen them sell 40 million albums and break new ground in the worlds of pop and fashion.
The magazine is packed with a wealth of exclusive, never-before-seen pictures of Blondie – including rare treasures from Chris Stein’s own archive. A must for all Blondie fans!
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Inside the Blondie Fan Pack
The Fan Pack of Panic Of Girls comes with two bonus tracks – Horizontal Twist and Mirame.
Blondie’s first album since 2003’s The Curse Of Blondie features new single Mother plus hits-in-waiting like What I’ve Heard, Girlie Girlie and China Shoes. The legendary Debbie Harry describes the long-awaited album as “spanning a lot of styles and sentiments...a very strong album full of the spirit of Blondie. I have a good feeling about it.”
The Fan Pack magazine contains major all-new exclusive interviews with Debbie Harry, Chris Stein and Clem Burke plus additional band members Leigh Foxx, Matt Katz- Bohen and Tommy Kessler. They discuss the making of the new album and the very special history of this unique, timeless band. There will also be interviews with the album’s producers and sleeve-art designer.
Chris Stein provides never-before-seen archive photos from the band’s illustrious past which shed new light on their years of global pop-rock dominance. On top of this a host of the finest rock writers from various generations share memories and enthusiasm. Barney Hoskyns writes on Blondie’s rise to the top through the punk and disco years, while Harriet Gibsone explains why Debbie Harry is the most influential female icon in rock history. Their New York roots are examined. Every classic Blondie album, from Plastic Letters to Parallel Lines, from Eat To The Beat to Autoamerican, is discussed and re-evaluated in depth by today’s most respected critics, as are all the many books, videos and films involving Blondie.
As Debbie Harry tells editor Chris Roberts, “It’s such a beautiful concept, a great package, just gorgeous. I’m already envisioning autographing them...”
- What I Heard
- The End The End
- Girlie Girlie
- Love Doesn't Frighten Me
- Words In My Mouth
- Sunday Smile
- Wipe Off My Sweat
- Le Bleu
- China Shoes
+2 bonus tracks
- Horizontal Twist
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