Download Angels On The Balcony - Blondie - AutoAmerican (Vinyl, LP, Album) album flac mp3


1980
Label: Chrysalis - CHE 1290 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop, Disco
Angels On The Balcony - Blondie - AutoAmerican (Vinyl, LP, Album)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Autoamerican" on Discogs/5().

Manufactured by Toshiba EMI, Ltd., Japan. Recorded at United Western Studio, Hollywood CA., Fall-Winter , except single's track A1 recorded at The Power Station, NYC, on January, Release includes bonus promotional 7' single limited to the first , copies of the album, full-size poster of Harry in blue dress and sticker/decal of.

Blondie - Angels On A Balcony. ; Blondie – Rapture. ; Lists Add to List. Vinyl appears dark brown when first looked at, when held to natural light, vinyl is blue. Title (Format)Label Cat# Country Year; Autoamerican (LP, Album, Pitman Pressing) Chrysalis: CHE US: AutoAmerican (LP, Album)Chrysalis, Chrysalis:

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.

But "Autoamerican" isn't a total departure of the classic Blondie sound. There's a couple of fun rock/pop tracks, "Walk Like Me" and "T-Birds" which I believe should've been released as a single. "T-Birds" is my favorite song on this record. My pick for the BEST song on "Autoamerican" is "Angels on the Balcony"/5().


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "AutoAmerican" on Discogs.

  2. 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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