Blondie is an American rock band that first gained fame in the 1970s and early 1980s. They were pioneers in the early American punk rock and New Wave scene. Blondie got their first record deal in the mid 70s, and released their debut album, Blondie, in 1976, along with the single "X-Offender". The singles "Rip Her To Shreds" and "Heart of Glass" were released at this time.
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Blondie released a further five studio albums, each exhibiting a stylistic progression from the last. The band broke up in 1982 and Deborah Harry concentrated on her solo recording career and acted sporadically in film.
In 1999, Blondie reformed and in the U.K., achieved a number 1 single, "Maria", and a number 3 album, No Exit. They released the album The Curse of Blondie in October 2003, followed by the single "Good Boys".
In November of 2005, it was announced that Blondie would be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame having been the influence for many future musicians. Among them, Madonna, Shirley Manson, the band L7, and Gwen Stefani. Musical critics have even drawn many parallels to the band No Doubt, including the drastic stylistic changes from album to album, and the enormous popularity of their lead singers versus the rest of the band.
As of 2006, Blondie continues to tour and record. They are also the only American band to have had UK No. 1 singles during the 1970s, '80s and '90s. Blondie is touring with The New Cars in 2006.