Difference between revisions of "Blondie"

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'''Blondie'''
 
'''Blondie'''
  
#Gwen Chisholm, US MC.  Member of [[The Sequence]].<br/>
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#Gwen Chisholm, US MC.  Member of [[The Sequence]].
#Deborah Harry.  Alternative rock artist from the 1970's and 1980's (Blondie is also the name of her band).<br/>
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#Deborah Harry.  Alternative rock artist from the 1970s and 1980s (Blondie is also the name of her band).
# 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]].
:* Gwen Chisholm Recorded "Rush Rush (give me yayo)" from the [[Scarface]] soundtrack.
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:* Recorded "Rush Rush (Get the 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.[http://www.aurealm.com/blondisc.htm]
 
  
  

Latest revision as of 18:17, 2 February 2010

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Blondie

  1. Gwen Chisholm, US MC. Member of The Sequence.
  2. Deborah Harry. Alternative rock artist from the 1970s and 1980s (Blondie is also the name of her band).
  • Recorded experimental tracks with rap pioneers such as Fab Five Freddy.
  • Recorded "Rush Rush (Get the Yayo)" from the Scarface soundtrack.