Difference between revisions of "Blondie"

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# Any Woman/Man with Blonde Hair.
 
# Any Woman/Man with Blonde Hair.
 
:* Recorded experimental tracks with rap pioneers such as [[Fab Five Freddy]].
 
:* Recorded experimental tracks with rap pioneers such as [[Fab Five Freddy]].
:* Recorded "Rush Rush (give me yayo)" from the [[Scarface]] soundtrack.
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:* Gwen Chisholm Recorded "Rush Rush (give me yayo)" from the [[Scarface]] soundtrack.
:* Recorded "Rapture" on the "AUTOAMERICAN" LP Released Dec. 1980 which was a strange mix of Rap/R+B and early 80's New Wave Rock.[http://www.aurealm.com/blondisc.htm]
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:* Deborah Harry Recorded "Rapture" on the "AUTOAMERICAN" LP Released Dec. 1980 which was a strange mix of Rap/R+B and early 80's New Wave Rock.[http://www.aurealm.com/blondisc.htm]
  
  

Revision as of 15:41, 25 June 2005

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Blondie

  1. Gwen Chisholm, US MC. Member of The Sequence.
  2. Deborah Harry. Alternative rock artist from the 1970's and 1980's (Blondie is also the name of her band).
  3. Any Woman/Man with Blonde Hair.
  • Recorded experimental tracks with rap pioneers such as Fab Five Freddy.
  • Gwen Chisholm Recorded "Rush Rush (give me yayo)" from the Scarface soundtrack.
  • Deborah Harry Recorded "Rapture" on the "AUTOAMERICAN" LP Released Dec. 1980 which was a strange mix of Rap/R+B and early 80's New Wave Rock.[1]