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Necessary Evil

Debbie Harry

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This is it...

...Debbie's best solo work. She's obviously having fun and it's clear in her vocals and especially her lyrics that she's doing what she loves to do. Too often she gets pigeon-holed and not allowed to be anything other than Blondie. Debbie is still doing it her way and Necessary Evil proves that. Listen to it and let it work its way into you. It gets better and better with each play.

If you only know Debbie Harry via Fall Out Boy...

Your review doesn't really count. Debbie is an icon. She (with Blondie) managed to fuse punk, new wave disco and hip hop, and is widely credited with releasing the first mainstream rap song. Has anyone else done that? I thought not. As for the album, I've never been a huge fan of Debbie's solo work. Def, Dumb & Blonde had some great tracks, and I'd say this stacks up equally to that. To me, her work with Blondie is much better, but this is definitely one of her best solo albums.

Support a Music legend! Debbie delivers

This Cd is great, Debbie's BEST solo CD since Def, Dumb and Blonde. As always Ms. Harry does different music styles so this Cd never bores. standouts: Two Times Blue, Love with a Vengence, Necessary Evil, What is Love?, Whiteout, You're too hot and the SHOULD HAVE BEEN 1# song, If I Had You. Also if you can check out her new internet song, Fit Right In, F*$king hot!


Born: July 1, 1945 in Miami, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As the face and sound behind one of new wave's most influential bands to emerge during the punk heyday of the '70s, Debbie Harry was the ultimate diva. She was the Blondie frontwoman, a vixen with hypnotically wild stage moves and an edgy cool...
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