A new one Blondie the box set is on the way: Against Odds: 1974 – 1982 includes remastered versions of their first six studio albums: Blondie, Plastic Letters, Parallel Lines, Eat to Beat, Autoamericanand The Hunter. The foil -wrapped collection also includes over four dozen demos (including Blondie’s very first recording session), alternative versions, studio outtakes, Erin Osmon’s liner notes, track commentary -by-tracks from the band, essays by producers Mike Chapman, Richard Gottehrer, and Ken Shipley, an illustrated discography, and numerous photographs from the period. Against the Odds for from August 26 through UMe and Group number. Listen to Blondie’s unreleased recording of “Doors’Moonlight Drive”Below.
Debbie Harry said in a statement, “It was an amazing look at how far we had come when I listened to these early attempts to get our ideas on the relatively old equipment. Fortunately the essence of being in a band in the early ’70s there were some anti-social, anti-cultural strengths of influencer groups in the’ 60s.I enjoyed this special collection.If I listen to these old ones tracks, it puts me like I’m a time traveler. Even though it’s bad sometimes, it’s just as good. No regrets. More music. “
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