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Album Review

In honor of the band's 40th anniversary, Blondie 4(0)-Ever bundles together two full albums in one package: a collection of new material called Ghosts of Download, and Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux, a re-recorded set of Blondie favorites. While 2011's Panic of Girls suggested that Blondie wanted to make room for all of their many influences in their new music, Ghosts of Download is instead an album clearly made with the dancefloor in mind; electronic beats and gleaming synthesized melodies dominate the tunes, and the current EDM scene was a clear influence on these songs, which include guest appearances from Beth Ditto of the Gossip, and Latin EDM artists Systema Solar and Los Rakas. On disc two, Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux contains newly re-recorded versions of 11 of Blondie's best-known sides, and features the full band playing with professionalism and a certain elan (Clem Burke's drumming is as crisp and forceful as ever), while Deborah Harry's vocals are in pleasing form here. [Blondie 4(0)-Ever was also released as a CD/DVD set.]

Customer Reviews

Ghosts of Download

40 years down the line and Blondie are still making records that put everyone else in the shade. This album has something that a lot of modern albums lack, it’s really fun and feel good. No thinking required, it’s just good old fashioned escapism. I highly recommend that you purchase this album, you’ll have an absolute whale of a time. I haven’t given Deluxe Redux a listen yet so I’ll be back to review that!

Top Tracks: Backroom, Take Me In The Night, Rave, Drag You Around, Mile High and Winter. Though they’re all actually brilliant.

Worth the wait

It sometimes seemed that this album was never going to see the light of day but it's worth every minute. Not a single track that I would skip. The one track I had doubts about was Relax but it's fantastic. Fabulous album featuring a fabulous lady

What a masterpiece!!

I have been a Blondie fan for a few years and I must say that this is probably Blondie's strongest album since they reformed in the 90's. The tunes are dance friendly and wonderfully catchy, with not a single 'filler' track to be seen. The album itself sounds current and of a band who love what they do. The re-recorded hits sound revitalised and just as fabulous today as they were nearly 40 years ago. Debbie Harry commands the vocals on all fronts, showing why we fell for Blondie all those years ago. I would thoroughly recommend this album even to just a casual listener, it is well worth the money. It'll bring a smile to your face and rhythm to your feet. Happy 40th Birthday Blondie!


Formed: August, 1974 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Embracing a broad range of pop music that encompassed British Invasion rock, garage rock, disco, reggae, Latin rhythms, and hip-hop, Blondie was the most commercially successful band to emerge from the New York punk/new wave community of the late '70s. The group was formed in New York City in August 1974 by singer Deborah Harry (b. July 1, 1945, Miami, Florida), formerly of the folk-pop group Wind in the Willows, and guitarist Chris Stein (b. January 5, 1950, Brooklyn, New York) out of the remnants...
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