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8 thoughts on “ Die Young Stay Pretty - Blondie - Eat To The Beat (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jan 01,  · IMHO Blondie's finest, featuring a wide spectrum of music styles from power pop (Dreaming) to white soul (Slow Motion), reggae (Die Young Stay Pretty) to lullaby (Sound Asleep), as well as the obligatory disco number (Atomic)/5().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Eat To The Beat on Discogs.
  3. Die Young Stay Pretty Lyrics: Die young, stay pretty / Die young, stay pretty / Deteriorate in your own time / Tell them you're dead and wither away / Are you living alone or with your family? / A.
  4. Mar 09,  · Some promo copies of this release came with an extra package included for retailers / record stores to promote this album. A folder that contains two 8X10 photos (black & white) and a six page booklet titled "Blondie Travel & Restaurant Guide" that tells a story about Eat The Beat and a poster for an upcoming event that on back states "IMPORTANT!/5().
  5. referencing Eat To The Beat, LP, Album, CDL , CDL IMHO Blondie's finest, featuring a wide spectrum of music styles from power pop (Dreaming) to white soul (Slow Motion), reggae (Die Young Stay Pretty) to lullaby (Sound Asleep), as well as the obligatory disco number (Atomic).
  6. bezogen auf Eat To The Beat, LP, Album, CDL , CDL IMHO Blondie's finest, featuring a wide spectrum of music styles from power pop (Dreaming) to white soul (Slow Motion), reggae (Die Young Stay Pretty) to lullaby (Sound Asleep), as well as the obligatory disco number (Atomic).
  7. Just as Blondie's second album, Plastic Letters, was a pale imitation of their self-titled debut, Eat to the Beat, their fourth album, was a secondhand version of their breakthrough third album, Parallel santhtolagumrentmonvereworthpencipe.co was an attempt, on such songs as "The Hardest Part" and "Atomic," to recreate the rock/disco fusion of the group's one major U.S. hit, "Heart of Glass," without similar success.
  8. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review The success of Parallel Lines saw the band vying to recreate some of that magic in the form of Eat To The Beat (). Still, some less-inspired Disco/rock numbers such as "Atomic" and "The Hardest Part" can't hide the fact that "Dreaming" is a great pop song and the album still stands strong.

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