39 rows · Oct 11, · referencing Def, Dumb & Blonde, LP, Album, CHR I have a second /5(). Great album. My favorite Debbie Harry solo album. Her voice is great as always, and the songs are typical late 80s pop/rock. Catchy, or just plain fun to listen to. My favorite is "He Is So", which is my favorite Debbie solo song and is even better than a lot of Blondie songs/5(45). Although Debbie Harry's popularity had decreased by the late '80s, wasn't a bad year for her at all. That year, Blondie's former lead vocalist successfully portrayed a struggling singer on the brilliant but underrated CBS crime drama Wiseguy, and demonstrated that she could still have considerable fun in the studio. Under the direction of hit producer Mike Chapman-- who had worked with 9/ Finally, in , Deborah Harry released an album that was not only produced by Blondie's main producer, Mike Chapman, but was every bit as strong as `Parallel Lines', `Eat to the Beat' and `Autoamerican'. `Def, Dumb and Blonde' is Harry at the peak of her enigmatic powers, tapping punk, new wave, dance, pop and 60s girl bands to create a delectably assured whole. The discography of Deborah Harry, an American pop/rock singer–songwriter, consists of five studio albums, five compilations and 24 liaskutereantabe.forfcartprogasetnigalducalruriweb.co , Harry used her nickname "Debbie" on all releases but she is now known professionally as Deborah Harry. Deborah Ann Harry (born Angela Trimble; July 1, ) is an American singer, songwriter and actress, known as the lead singer of the band liaskutereantabe.forfcartprogasetnigalducalruriweb.co recordings with the band reached number one in the U.S. and UK charts on many occasions from to Born in Miami, Florida, Harry was adopted as an infant and raised in Hawthorne, New Jersey. DEBBIE HARRY Def Dumb & Blonde ( UK track LP including the singles Kiss It Better Brite Side Sweet & Low Maybe For Sure & the classic I Want That Man glossy picture sleeve with album credits inner. The sleeve shows minimal wear the inner and labels show light foxing whilst the vinyl has just faint signs of play CHR)/5(30). I consider this one to be Debbie's lost masterpiece, and definitely the one that stands out among all her solo efforts. I'm sure Def, Dumb, & Blonde would have garnished more attention had it included the Blondie name because the songs resemble the Blondie sound and capture the roots of diversity that Harry made so acceptable in pop music/5(45). 'Brite side' was released as the third single from Deborah Harry's third solo album, 'Def, dumb and blonde'. The single was only released in the UK and a limited edition was released in a poster sleeve (just like my copy). The song is an eerie and smoky ballad which sounds very unlike the harder, edgier material from her Blondie days.
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