Blondie 4(0) Ever

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Blondie 4(0) Ever
Blondie - Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux.png
Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux cover
Greatest hits album / Studio album by Blondie
Released May 12, 2014 (2014-05-12)
Recorded 2012–2013
Studio
Genre
Length 95:13
Label Noble ID
Producer
Blondie chronology
Panic of Girls
(2011)
Blondie 4(0) Ever
(2014)
Pollinator
(2017)
Ghosts of Download cover
Blondie - Ghosts of Download.png
Singles from Ghosts of Download
  1. "A Rose by Any Name"
    Released: June 21, 2013
  2. "Sugar on the Side"
    Released: December 17, 2013
  3. "I Want to Drag You Around"
    Released: April 3, 2014
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
Consequence of Sound D+[2]
PopMatters 8/10 stars[3]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[4]

Blondie 4(0) Ever is a double album by American rock band Blondie. It was released on May 12, 2014, by Noble ID in celebration of the band's 40th anniversary. The two-disc package consists of Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux, a collection of re-recordings of Blondie's past singles, and the band's tenth studio album, Ghosts of Download. The latter spawned three singles: "A Rose by Any Name", "Sugar on the Side", and "I Want to Drag You Around".

Background and recording[edit]

Blondie began working on their tenth studio album shortly after the release of the ninth, Panic of Girls (2011).[5] In early March 2013, the band announced via Facebook and Twitter that they were putting finishing touches to new music, and it would be released later that year.[6] The album was recorded at Mercy Sound Studios in New York City and at Skyline Studios in Oakland, California.[7] Guitarist and co-founder Chris Stein announced that artists scheduled to feature on the album include girl group Stush, hip hop group Los Rakas, and Colombian electronica artist Systema Solar.[6] On June 18, the group announced through Facebook that they were still recording but almost finished, while revealing that their next album would be titled Ghosts of Download.[8] Stein stated in August that an EDM collaboration with Hector Fonseca would be included on the album.[9]

"We have live performances on there that bring out the style of Blondie," Harry told Classic Rock. "I don't think it sounds entirely like a dance record… We did this in a very economical way, actually. Chris [Stein] and Matt did all of their work on computer, then we would send files to people and they would play to it, or sing to it, or write to it, or whatever. So it was kind of in the ghostly era of electronics."[10]

"This project was ongoing since we finished Panic of Girls," Stein commented. "It's been like two years that I have been working on this. This one is more computer-based than the last record, which was more band-based. A lot of the programmed parts remained on the record, more so than the previous records. I spent a lot of time doing this at home, and then sending things back and forth with our producer Jeff Saltzman. He helped develop melodies with me, and that was really gratifying. And he had this assistant, Natalie Hawkins, who helped with the melodies too. There was a lot of collaboration with this record, more so than previous records, except perhaps for Autoamerican (1980) which had a lot of outside players on it, even an orchestra."[5]

Harry also commented, "It's always the music; the music is the primary inspiration. Every piece has its own mood, its own arc and a lot of times the lyrics sort of suggest themselves."[5]

"Oh, with Debbie, we just have a lot of unsaid communication, a lot of non-verbal stuff goes on. I don't have to ask her much because she will always have the same conclusions", Stein said. Harry agreed: "Most recently, there were a couple of lines in a song that he came up with, and then there were two more lines that had to be written, and I had already written them. So I mean, it just sort of happens. It's easy for us."[5]

Release[edit]

The title of Blondie's tenth studio album was confirmed to be Ghosts of Download on June 18, 2013.[8] According to Stein, the title refers to "all spirits in the background of electricity and data".[9] An early version of the track listing was unveiled on June 28 through Pandora, along with previews of the tracks.[11]

The album's release was postponed several times. It was originally scheduled to be released in November 2013,[9] but the release was pushed back to January 2014 in order to avoid the rush of albums released for the Christmas period.[12] On December 31, 2013, Harry stated in an interview on CNN's New Year's Eve Live that the album would be released in March 2014.[13] The January 2014 issue of British magazine Mojo confirmed the album's release date as March 17, 2014, to be supplemented with Blondie's 40th Anniversary World Wide Tour.[14] However, the release was ultimately delayed to May 13, 2014.[15]

It was announced in the February 2014 issue of Vanity Fair magazine, for which Harry was photographed by Annie Leibovitz, that Ghosts of Download would be released as part of a two-disc package titled Blondie 4(0) Ever—coinciding with the band's 40th anniversary—which would also include an album of the band's greatest hits.[16] The final track listing for Blondie 4(0) Ever was revealed in late March 2014 on Pandora.[17] The first disc, Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux, features brand-new studio recordings of eleven of Blondie's hit songs,[15] except "Maria", which appears in its original 1999 version.[18] The deluxe edition includes the two-disc set, a DVD of Blondie's 1977 live performance at CBGB, a concert poster from 1979, and five postcards of Stein photos.[15][19] Three additional Ghosts of Download bonus tracks were made available upon pre-ordering the digital album via iTunes and/or Amazon. The iTunes pre-order also included an instant free download of the song "I Want to Drag You Around".[15]

Artwork[edit]

The artwork for Ghosts of Download was designed by J. H. Williams III, who has previously worked for DC Comics and also created the cover art for the singles "A Rose by Any Name" and "Sugar on the Side".[20][21] A high-quality version of the cover, with text reading "Blondie Ghosts of Download", was released to iTunes and Amazon at the end of April 2014. Further pages from the booklet (created by Williams) of the album, containing handwritten lyrics for select songs by members of the band, accompanied by skeletal images of them, were posted on Williams' website on April 22, 2014.[22]

Promotion[edit]

On March 20, 2013, Harry and Stein stopped by the talk show Soundcheck on WNYC 93.9 FM to premiere the track "Make a Way".[23] The band embarked on the European Blast Off Tour from June 11 to July 10, 2013. The band performed six songs from the album: "Rave", "A Rose by Any Name", "Take Me in the Night", "Winter", "I Want to Drag You Around", and "Sugar on the Side".[24] Prior to this, Harry and Stein appeared on BBC One's The One Show to promote the new album and the Blast Off Tour, with Stein saying that he felt the new tracks were the best yet.[25]

"A Rose by Any Name" was released on June 21, 2013, as the lead single from Ghosts of Download in Europe.[26] On June 18, Blondie announced their North American No Principals Tour for fall 2013. Each ticket purchased for the tour included five tracks from the album: "Make a Way", "I Want to Drag You Around", "Can't Stop Wanting", "A Rose by Any Name", and "I Screwed Up".[27][28] However, some fans received "Sugar on the Side" instead of "A Rose by Any Name". The song "Mile High" was debuted during the later shows of the tour.

On October 24, 2013, Harry appeared on the Project Runway: All Stars season 3 premiere as a guest judge, and the song "Sugar on the Side" debuted on the show's Twitter account during the episode.[29][30] The track was later released on December 17, 2013, as the album's second single in North America.[31]

The album's third single, "I Want to Drag You Around", made its world premiere on BBC Radio 2's The Ken Bruce Show on April 3, 2014.[32] It was also named "Record of the Week" on BBC Radio 2 for the week beginning April 21, 2014.[33] A lyric video for the song, featuring J. H. Williams III's graphics for the album, was uploaded to the band's official YouTube page on April 23.[33] The official audios for "Sugar on the Side" (from Ghosts of Download) and the reworked version of "One Way or Another" (from Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux) were uploaded to YouTube on April 22, 2014, to promote the album. The official music video for "Sugar on the Side", directed by photographer Rankin, debuted exclusively on Hunger TV on April 30, 2014.[34] The album itself became "Record of the Week" on BBC Radio 2 for the week beginning May 5, 2014, meaning that one song from the album was played each day on BBC Radio 2. From May 5 to 9, The Guardian streamed tracks from Ghosts of Download daily on its website via SoundCloud.[35][36]

The band recorded a session at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios for the BBC Two show Newsnight on May 13, 2014, featuring new songs as well as classics.[37] On the same day, the band appeared on Good Morning America to perform "Sugar on the Side".[38] Blondie also performed "Sugar on the Side" and "One Way or Another" on The Daily Show on May 14,[39] followed by a performance of "Heart of Glass" on Live! with Kelly and Michael on May 19.[40]

On May 24, 2014, the band embarked on a world tour in support of Blondie 4(0) Ever, including dates across North America and Europe. The tour kicked off at the Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and wrapped up on October 3, 2014 at Harrah's Resort Southern California in Valley Center, California.[15]

Commercial performance[edit]

Blondie 4(0) Ever entered the US Billboard 200 at number 109, selling 3,000 copies in its first week.[41] The album debuted at number 16 on the UK Albums Chart with first-week sales of 4,148 copies.[42] On occasion of Blondie's co-headlining Australia and New Zealand tour with Cyndi Lauper in April 2017, the album reached number six on the New Zealand Heatseeker Albums chart.[43]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one: Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Heart of Glass" Kato Khandwala 4:32
2. "Dreaming"
  • Harry
  • Stein
Khandwala 3:04
3. "The Tide Is High" John Holt Khandwala 4:37
4. "Maria" Jimmy Destri Craig Leon 4:05
5. "Sunday Girl" Stein Khandwala 3:03
6. "Hanging on the Telephone" Jack Lee Khandwala 2:19
7. "Rapture"
  • Harry
  • Stein
Khandwala 5:32
8. "One Way or Another" Khandwala 3:31
9. "Call Me" Khandwala 3:31
10. "Atomic"
  • Harry
  • Destri
Khandwala 4:36
11. "Rip Her to Shreds"
  • Harry
  • Stein
Khandwala 3:19
Total length: 42:09
Disc two: Ghosts of Download
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Sugar on the Side" (featuring Systema Solar)
  • Stein
  • Jeff Saltzman
  • Natalie Hawkins
  • Systema Solar
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
3:46
2. "Rave" (featuring Miss Guy)
  • Harry
  • Stein
  • Saltzman
  • Hawkins
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
4:01
3. "A Rose by Any Name" (featuring Beth Ditto)
  • M. Katz-Bohen
  • Jeremy Scherer[a]
  • Siegel[a]
  • Joe Tomino[a]
  • Conrad Kaneshiro[a]
3:34
4. "Winter"
  • Harry
  • Stein
  • Saltzman
  • Hawkins
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
4:15
5. "I Want to Drag You Around" Matthew Barus
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
3:14
6. "I Screwed Up" (featuring Los Rakas)
  • Harry
  • Stein
  • Saltzman
  • Hawkins
  • Mikael Johnston
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
3:59
7. "Relax" (featuring Keilah Baez, Felicia Dennis and Keisha Williams)
  • Saltzman
  • M. Katz-Bohen
  • Stein
  • Archie Ekong[a]
5:49
8. "Take Me in the Night"
  • M. Katz-Bohen
  • Dave Smith
  • M. Katz-Bohen
  • Saltzman
3:23
9. "Make a Way"
  • Harry
  • Stein
  • Saltzman
  • Hawkins
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
3:55
10. "Mile High"
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
3:38
11. "Euphoria"
  • Harry
  • Stein
  • Saltzman
  • Hawkins
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
4:39
12. "Take It Back"
  • Harry
  • Stein
  • Saltzman
  • Hawkins
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
3:45
13. "Backroom"
  • Stein
  • Barbara Sicuranza
  • Saltzman
  • Saltzman
  • Stein
4:06
Total length: 53:04

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer.

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Blondie 4(0) Ever.[7]

Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux

  • Ryan Ewing – additional cover treatment
  • Josh Flaherty – management
  • Paul Glass – business management
  • Kato Khandwala – production (tracks 1–3, 5–11)
  • Allen Kovac – management
  • Craig Leon – production (track 4)
  • Tim Mandelbaum – legal
  • Mark Needham – mixing
  • Trevor Niemann – design, layout
  • Rony Pineda – business management
  • Bruce Solar – agent
  • Chris Stein – photos
  • Steve Strange – agent
  • Monika Tashman – legal

Ghosts of Download

  • Keliah Baez – featured artist (track 7)
  • Felicia Dennis – featured artist (track 7)
  • Beth Ditto – featured artist (track 3)
  • Archie Ekong – additional production, programming (track 7)
  • Josh Flaherty – management
  • Hector Fonseca – additional vocals (track 10)
  • Paul Glass – business management
  • Paul David Hager – mixing (tracks 1, 2, 4–9, 12)
  • Natalie Hawkins – additional vocals (track 5)
  • Mikael Johnston – mixing (track 10)
  • Conrad Kaneshiro – additional production (track 3)
  • Matt Katz-Bohen – production (tracks 3, 7, 8)
  • Allen Kovac – management
  • Marcussen Mastering – mastering
  • Miss Guy – featured artist (track 2)
  • Rony Pineda – business management
  • Los Rakas – featured artist (track 6)
  • Jeff Saltzman – production (tracks 1, 2, 4–13)
  • Hernan Santiago – mixing (tracks 3, 11, 13)
  • Jeremy Scherer – additional production (track 3)
  • Jamie Siegel – additional production (track 3)
  • Bruce Solar – agent
  • Chris Stein – production (tracks 1, 2, 4–7, 9–13)
  • Steve Strange – agent
  • Systema Solar – featured artist (track 1)
  • Monika Tashman – legal
  • Joe Tomino – additional production (track 3)
  • J. H. Williams III – art direction, design
  • Keisha Williams – featured artist (track 7)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2014) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[48] 72
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[49] 106
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[50] 75
Croatian Albums (HDU)[51] 48
French Albums (SNEP)[52] 118
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[53] 44
Scottish Albums (OCC)[54] 11
UK Albums (OCC)[55] 16
US Billboard 200[56] 109
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[57] 21
US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard)[58] 22
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)[59] 30
Chart (2017) Peak
position
New Zealand Heatseeker Albums (RMNZ)[43] 6

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Edition Label Ref.
France May 12, 2014 Digital download Standard Caroline [60]
United Kingdom
  • 2-CD
  • digital download
[61][62]
2-CD + DVD Deluxe [63]
Canada May 13, 2014
  • 2-CD
  • digital download
Standard Universal [64][65]
2-CD + DVD Deluxe [66]
United States
  • 2-CD
  • digital download
Standard Noble ID [45][67]
2-CD + DVD Deluxe [68]
Japan May 14, 2014 Digital download Standard Hostess [69]
Germany May 16, 2014
  • 2-CD
  • digital download
Caroline [70][71]
2-CD + DVD Deluxe [72]
France May 19, 2014 2-CD Standard [73]
2-CD + DVD Deluxe [74]
Australia May 23, 2014
  • 2-CD
  • digital download
Standard Universal [75][76]
2-CD + DVD Deluxe [77]
Canada June 10, 2014 LP + DVD Standard [78]
United States Caroline [79]
Japan July 2, 2014 2-CD Hostess [80]

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