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  1. Blondie Vinyl Records, Blondie Music CDs Greatest Hits, Blondie Photos, Chrysalis Rock Records CDs Blondie, Blondie Picture Disc Vinyl Records, Sony Cdp Cx, Blondie & Dagwood Golden Age Comics (), blondie eat to the beat, Blondie Single 45 RPM Speed Vinyl RecordsSeller Rating: % positive.
  2. Parallel Lines Blondie. Genre: Rock Release Date: Explicitness: notExplicit Country: GBR Track Count: 16 ℗ Capitol Records Inc.
  3. Eat to the Beat is still my favorite Blondie album for the first four songs: Dreaming, The Hardest Part, Union City Blue, and, of course, Shayla. Atomic is also a favorite on the album. Sound-a-Sleep isn't a bad song, just slow, and not really what I would consider a song I enjoy listening to. Victor comes in after Sound-a-Sleep, however.
  4. Eat to the Beat, an Album by Blondie. Released 13 October on Chrysalis (catalog no. CHE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Clem Burke (drums), Jimmy Destri (keyboards, vocals), Nigel Harrison (bass), Deborah Harry (vocals), Frank Infante (guitar, vocals), Chris Stein (guitar), Mike Chapman (producer), Dave Tickle (engineer), Pete Coleman (engineer), Steve.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Eat To The Beat on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - CHE ,Chrysalis - CHE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Reggae • Style: New Wave, Reggae-Pop, Disco/5().
  6. Blondie Vinyl Lp. Condition is newsnesouthvadutosrobovacoparo.coinfo has a few light marks but plays nice, sleeve is in good order with just light rubbing to edges. BLONDIE "EAT TO THE BEAT" VINYL LP RECORDS. £ 3 bids Joan As Police Woman: Live at the BBC VINYL Limited 12" Album Coloured Vinyl. £ P&P: + £ P&P. Popular.
  7. May 20,  · 'Slow Motion' from Blondie's fourth LP 'Eat to the Beat', was slated as the final single from the album. However, as time progressed and 'Call Me' shot straight up the charts blowing 'The Hardest.
  8. 's EAT TO THE BEAT was Blondie's fourth album, and the first to follow the enormous commercial breakthrough of 's PARALLEL LINES. Though its singles, the brilliant "Dreaming" and the disco-influenced "Atomic," were lesser hits than PARALLEL LINES' "Heart of Glass" and "One Way or Another," EAT TO THE BEAT's success cemented Blondie's status as by far the most commercially viable of /5(97).