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The Hardest Part - Blondie - Eat To The Beat (Cassette, Album)

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  1. 2 days ago · "Die Young Stay Pretty" Harry, Stein "The Hardest Part " Harry, Stein "Living in the Real World" Destri Blondie Eat To The Beat Vinyl LP Album Chrysalis Records CDL £ + £ P&P. IDz - Blondie - Eat To The Beat - CDL - vinyl LP - uk. £ + £ P&P. BLONDIE EAT TO THE BEAT 12" VINYL.
  2. 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.
  3. Eat To the Beat Blondie Rock · Preview SONG TIME Dreaming. 1. PREVIEW The Hardest Part. 2. PREVIEW Union City Blue. 3. PREVIEW Shayla. 4. PREVIEW Eat To the Beat. 5. PREVIEW Accidents Never Happen. 6. PREVIEW.
  4. About The Hardest Part "The Hardest Part" is a song by the American new wave band Blondie. In North America, it was released as the second single from the band's fourth album Eat to the Beat (in Europe, "Union City Blue" was released as the second single).
  5. Eat to the Beat Wikipedia article Album by Blondie. Dreaming The Hardest Part Union City Blue Shayla Eat to the Beat Accidents Never Happen Die Young Stay Pretty Slow Motion Atomic Sound-A-Sleep Victor Living in the Real World Bonus tracks on reissueDie Young Stay Pretty (live)Seven Rooms of Gloom (live)Heroes (live)Ring of Fire (live) Credits Blondie: Clem Burke - drums Jimmy .
  6. 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/5(8).
  7. Just as Blondie's second album, Plastic Letters, was a pale imitation of their self-titled debut, Eat to the Beat, their fourth album, was a secondhand version of their breakthrough third album, Parallel Lines: one step forward, half a step grizhalnamorsibumiwalonmopechand.xyzinfo was an attempt, on such songs as "The Hardest Part" and "Atomic," to recreate the rock/disco fusion of the group's one major U.S. hit, "Heart of.
  8. The album includes a diverse range of styles as pop, punk, reggae, and funk as well as a lullaby. Three singles were released in the UK from this album (" Dreaming ", " Union City Blue " and " Atomic "). " The Hardest Part " was released as the second single from the album in the US instead of "Union City Blue" (though a remix of "Union" would be released in the US in ).

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