Label: Chrysalis - TOCP-67895 • Series: Highest Energy & Eternal Beauty • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Paper Sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock
experimental blondie Autoamerican songs that is such a crazy album!, this is blondie going in 14 directions and jumping from one style to another. this reminds me of the clash and sandinista! released in the same christmas season and into we start with europa, a weird classical piece with atonal strings and cold atmospheres and the ending has debbie talking. live it up is disco in the.
* Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Blondie's Autoamerican is a terrible album, but it's bad in such an arcane, high-toned way that listening to it is perversely fascinating. After Parallel Lines gave Chris Stein a carte blanche, it was only a matter of time until he started living out his fantasies of himself as a deep thinker.
The B-side was Walk Like Me. Blondie also released the singles Atomic and Call Me earlier in , which could explain the seeming lack of singles from Autoamerican.
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Same "German Release" than this: Blondie - AutoAmerican, but with a slightly different label, no "LC code" and STEMRA (Rights Society [not GEMA] see pictures. ℗ Chrysalis Printed in Western Germany Released with printed inner sleeve including credits. On the sleeve, track A4 (The Tide Is High), is credited as being written by Duke Reid but on the label it is credited to John Holt.
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