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Women Who Rock: The 50 Greatest Albums of All Time

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Blondie, 'Parallel Lines'


Blondie, 'Parallel Lines'
8/50

Crysalis, 1978

Deborah Harry and her crew might have started out as CBGB punks, but her voice was clearly always meant for the big time. She poses and preens, with a heart of glass and a heart of stone.

Essential moment: "Hanging On The Telephone," when she growls, "I can’t control myself."


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