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From Supply and Demand, pg. 290:
I loved Blondie as a little kid. From "Heart of Glass" to "Call Me" to "Rapture" to "The Tide is High," Blondie rocked styles as disparate as disco, rock, hip-hop, and calypso. At the time, I did not understand how amazing it was that Blondie had also emerged out of the guy's world of the NYC punk scene. There were plenty of female vocalists, but Debbie Harry and Joan Jett were two of the only women who rocked hard enough to front bands in a male-dominated genre. Debbie Harry was able to maintain her dignity and be both a sex symbol and feminine role model.

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