July 12, 2011
Five Seven Music
Pop/Rock, Disco, New Wave, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Punk, Club/Dance, New York Punk, American Punk, Punk/New Wave, Dance-Rock

Album Review

Blondie’s first album of new material in eight years, Panic of Girls was recorded in late 2009/early 2010 and is only the second Blondie album not to have been recorded in Manhattan. The final album was whittled down from a massive 35 tracks that the band actually recorded, and includes “Sunday Smile,” a song written by and featuring guest vocals from Beirut’s Zachary Cordon. Blondie released Panic of Girls independently after numerous record company delays., Rovi

Track Listing

  1. D-Day
  2. What I Heard
  3. Mother
  4. The End the End
  5. Girlie Girlie
  6. Love Doesn't Frighten Me
  7. Words in My Mouth
  8. Sunday Smile
  9. Wipe Off My Sweat
  10. Le Bleu
  11. China Shoes
  12. Horizontal Twist [Bonus Track]
  13. Mirame [Bonus Track]
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