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Blondie is the name of an American rock band that first gained fame in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band was a pioneer in the early American punk rock and New Wave scenes.

Discography

Studio albums

Year Album U.S. UK AUS SWE GER AUT U.S. Sales
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1976 Blondie - 75 14 - - - 70,000 Re-issued in 2001 with 5 bonus tracks
1977 Plastic Letters 72 10 64 33 9 - 200,000 Re-issued in 2001 with 4 bonus tracks
1978 Parallel Lines 6 1 2 9 - 24 Platinum Re-issued in 2001 with 4 bonus tracks
1979 Eat to the Beat 17 1 9 2 23 19 Platinum Re-issued in 2001 with 4 bonus tracks
1980 Autoamerican 7 3 8 11 42 18 Platinum Re-issued in 2001 with 3 bonus tracks
1982 The Hunter 33 9 15 18 49 - 300,000 Re-issued in 2001 with 1 bonus track
1999 No Exit 18 3 72 36 18 20 450,000 Swiss Charts-21

French Charts-25

2003 The Curse of Blondie 160 36 83 - 84 - 40,000 French Charts-113




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