Articles tagged deborah harry

Blondie: Panic of Girls

Both instant gratification and an acquired taste, Panic of Girls finds Blondie as unpredictable as ever.

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Deborah Harry: Koo Koo/Def, Dumb & Blonde

Koo Koo (1981) and Def, Dumb & Blonde (1989) find Deborah Harry breaking convention and aiming for that elusive hit.

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26 Mar 2009 // 9:58 PM

Elegy

Coixet’s examination of age and the natural process of dying are refracted through a spectrum of cultures, ages, experiences and fears that are atypical of contemporary American films.

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Deborah Harry: Necessary Evil

Deborah Harry's first solo album in 14 years is mostly awful, a depressing example of an artist failing at the very things she used to better at than anybody else.

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20 Nov 2007 // 11:00 PM

Deborah Harry

Nowhere will you find a more voracious audience for Deborah Harry than in the East Village. But what happens when the ticket doesn't read "Blondie?"

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“Acufunkture” Revisited: An Interview with Nile Rodgers

Record Mirror called Debbie Harry's KooKoo "riveting". Smash Hits called it "dull". PopMatters speaks with the man behind a notoriously misunderstood album and why listeners didn't even remove the shrink-wrap.

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Get Ready for Her Sexy Battle: An Interview with Deborah Harry

The doyenne of New York's downtown scene gets "dirty and deep" with her fifth solo album. Harry talks to PopMatters and we offer a guide to her solo years.

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23 Feb 2004 // 1:00 AM

My Life Without Me (2003)

Her capacity for intense focus, as Polley observes, makes Ann seem unusual, 'incredibly efficient and practical'.

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20 Nov 2003 // 1:00 AM

My Life Without Me (2003)

Ann's decision not to tell seems simultaneously selfless and selfish.

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The Sound and the Warmth: An Interview with Cardiknox

// Sound Affects

"New York's Cardiknox are taking more steps in their goal of world domination. With their debut record Portrait out, the band are dreaming big, wanting to transcend the indie pop scene.

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