Исполнитель: Blondie Альбом: Blondie 4(0)-Ever: Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux / Ghosts of Download Год: 2014 Страна: USA (New York City, New York) Стиль: New Wave/Electropop Битрейт: MPEG-4 AAC LC / M4A (Apple MPEG-4 audio) / 256 kbps Длительность: 01:46:27 Издатель: NOBLE ID / ESMG. Размер: 228.9 МБ Треклист: Greatest Hits Album (00:42:12) 1. Heart of Glass (04:33) 2. Dreaming (03:04) 3. The Tide Is High (The Paragons cover) (04:38) 4. Maria (04:05) 5. Sunday Girl (03:03) 6. Hanging On the Telephone (02:19) 7. Rapture (05:33) 8. One Way Or Another (03:31) 9. Call Me (03:31) 10. Atomic (04:36) 11. Rip Her To Shreds (03:19)
Ghosts of Download (01:04:15) 1. Sugar On the Side (feat. System Solar) (03:46) 2. Rave (feat. Missy Guy) (04:01) 3. A Rose By Any Name (feat. Beth Ditto) (03:34) 4. Winter (04:15) 5. I Want To Drag You Around (03:14) 6. I Screwed Up (feat. Los Racas) (03:59) 7. Relax (feat. Keilah Blaz, Felicia Dennis and Keisha Williams) (05:49) 8. Take Me In the Night (03:23) 9. Make a Way (03:55) 10. Mile High (03:38) 11. Euphoria (04:39) 12. Take It Back (03:45) 13. Backroom (04:06) BONUS TRACKS: 14. Put Some Color On You (03:52) 15. Can't Stop Wanting (03:11) 16. Prism (05:08) + Digital Booklet
Информация: BLONDIE 4(0) EVER TO INCLUDE GREATEST HITS ALBUM PLUS A BRAND NEW COLLECTION OF SONGS
New York, NY – April 22, 2014 – 2014 marks Blondie’s 40th Anniversary and in celebration of this amazing milestone, the band will release a special double-disc package entitled Blondie 4(0) Ever on May 13, 2014 via NOBLE ID / ESMG. It will include a highly anticipated new collection of songs entitled Ghosts of Download and an album entitled Deluxe Redux: Greatest Hits, featuring brand new studio recordings of the band’s biggest songs. The iconic Andy Warhol ‘Debbie Harry’ portrait is the cover art for the greatest hits album.
Undeniably one of the most trailblazing and influential bands of our time, Blondie – pioneering frontwoman/songwriter Debbie Harry, guitarist/conceptual mastermind Chris Stein and powerhouse drummer Clem Burke, along with newer band mates Leigh Foxx (who has been with the band since ’97), guitarist Tommy Kessler and keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen – kicked off their 40th year in true fashion. They rocked NYC’s Times Square during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest, followed by an electrifying performance on Super Bowl Boulevard ahead of Super Bowl XLVIII and buzzed-about performances at SXSW. Most recently Debbie Harry surprised Coachella crowds when she appeared during Arcade Fire’s set. The performance set the blogosphere ablaze and was unanimously said to be one of the top moments from the festival. Rolling Stone said: “Harry was totally badass, her glam charisma and luscious vocals a high point…” With a world tour in the works, there is no doubt that 2014 will continue to be a whirlwind anniversary celebration for Blondie.
The ever-prolific band began working on new material right after the release of 2011’s critically acclaimed LP Panic of Girls. The result is their 10th studio album and most collaborative to date, Ghosts of Download, which promises to offer some of the most infectious and memorable songs of Blondie’s catalogue. Produced by Jeff Saltzman, it’s an exhilarating mix of dance-floor-ready sounds, with more than a little pop radio flavor stirred into it and a few surprises along the way. “A Rose By Any Name,” is a cool electronic pulse of a duet for Harry and Beth Ditto of the Gossip. “Drag You Around” and “Backroom,” a sly tale of after-hours vampire group-groping, boast reggae grooves, while a cover of Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s infamous eighties anthem, “Relax,” is turned into a slow, echo-chambered secular prayer before morphing into a more familiar thumping acid-house beat. Other album guests include downtown New York City club fixture Miss Guy (on “Rave”), Columbian Cumbia/hip hop/R&B group Systema Solar (“Sugar on the Side”) and Oakland–based Panamanian rappers Los Rakas (“I Screwed up”).
Among the tracks on the Deluxe Redux: Greatest Hits disc are the groundbreaking rock-disco hybrid “Heart of Glass,” the equally influential hip-hop fantasia “Rapture,” the stalker-love song “One Way Or Another” and the lilting calypso “The Tide Is High.” It’s a thrilling journey back to when Blondie pushed punk onto the dance floor and introduced a wider audience to hip-hop sounds, all the while building a catalog of enduring hits along the way.
For the last four decades, Blondie has become and still remains a true national treasure; one whose influence both shaped and continues to inform the worlds of music, fashion and art. From an irreverent Lower East Side punk outfit to bona fide international ambassadors of New York cool, Blondie will forever be synonymous with that punk spirit that lives somewhere in all of us. Their chart-topping success, fearless spirit and rare longevity led to an induction into the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame in 2006 and more than 40 million albums sold worldwide to date. As we look back at the band’s storied career, it makes Blondie’s current vibrancy that much more stunning as they enter their 40th year of entertaining all of us.
Blondie 4(0) Ever Tracklisting:
Greatest Hits Album 1. Heart of Glass 2. Dreaming 3. Tide Is High 4. Maria 5. Sunday Girl 6. Hanging on the Telephone 7. Rapture 8. One Way or Another 9. Call Me 10. Atomic 11. Rip Her to Shreds
Ghosts of Download 1. Sugar on the Side 2. Rave 3. A Rose By Any Name 4. I Want To Drag You Around 5. Winter 6. I Screwed Up 7. Relax 8. Take Me In The Night 9. Make A Way 10. Mile High 11. Euphoria 12. Take It Back 13. Backroom