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Founding members Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, and Clem Burke infuse Panic of Girls, Blondie's first studio release in seven years, with the same day-glo sonic colors and hipster attitude found in the group's seminal hits. Harry’s vocals are huskier than they were 30 years ago but still convey her unique combination of girl-group sweetness and dominatrix bite. Tracks like “Mother,” “What I Heard,” and “Love Doesn’t Frighten Me” surge with classic new wave drive, while “The End the End” and a cover of Sophia George’s “Girlie Girlie” renew Blondie’s old love affair with reggae. There are 21st-century updates as well, such as the abrasive electro-pop vibe powering “D-Day.” Though Harry carries herself with a bit of grande dame elegance these days, the likes of “Horizontal Twist” and the Latin-styled “Wipe off My Sweat” are drenched in down ‘n’ dirty erotic gusto. Move over, Gaga and Katy—Debbie and her Blondie mates are dishing out flashy, trashy, ear-grabbing fun once again.

Customer Reviews

Pure Blondie.

I love Blondie their work is like art,Curse of Blondie was as good as Autoamerican just perfect and now i will sound snobby buy if u r not a true Blondie fan you will not enjoy this.. Panic of Girls i preferred the original 'What I heard' not the upper paced one chose for the album. Alas they still steal my heart.
They will always be Blondie but if the public in America could let go of then and see Blondie now they could see what a mature band they have turned into.
All my love Blondie...


sanfranboy nailed it, those 3 songs are the only good ones on this very weak album. 2 stars.

It Was Okay I Guess, Worth The Panic...

I really, really hate to say it, but I believe this isn't Blondie's best effort... It was great!! And worth the wait, but I'm just not sure if they were even trying to impact the charts... Sorry, Blondie.. But, I still believe it is a good album, though.


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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